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Vh) Mite* Chanted Pfoo*.
ft Ui »at<J IS Ika ear depart Rim t (hia
lirlrtil Miles rktnM his plan <*( •>* |
,»<k .«! porta Rico has b**n received |
It out Uitt tor faitfßl a |iian of ■
tnin New York paper mm than ope*
»U«I •.(. <! of pio-htianuh proclivities.
Had General Mile* followed the Fajar- j
the rtvasln* of Porto Rtro
The Second Arkansas Out Report on
i the Camp.
Chickamauga. Sept. 9.—The Second
Arkenaas left today for Anniston. Tbe
departure of thla regiment leaves only
three, tbe Ninth New York, the Sec
ond Kentucky and the Sixth volunteer*
at Chickamauga The Ninth New York
fravea toot' rrow for New York end the
H.nn.l Kratrcky leav e Sunday far
Tbe Grlyaby rough riders are leav
ing for their hi tres In amall partlea to-.
ttey. The report of Mattox. Snnger and
Hro. appointed an exnmlninK borrrt to |
ascertain the reuse of the sickness at;
f'anip Thomas i» mjde public. The
hoard flnde thet the gound Is not well j
adapted for the encampment of a large j
body of troops, but states that much ,
sickness was due to mismanagement.
The Q. A. R.
Cincinnati, 0.. Sopt. 9.—The G. A. R.
rncampment ibis morning finished the,
electicd of officers. James A. Ig>ston. ;
of Chicago, was chosen ccmmsoder-ln- j
chief last night and ihe following we:«|
elected today by acclamation: Senior,
vice corotrander-ln-chief, W. C. John- j
con, of Cincinnati; Junior vice com
mander, David Ross, of Delaware; j
rurgecn general, D. R. Pierce, of Ne
braska, chaplain-ln-chief, Col. Lucas,
The Course They Will Take.
Csooa, Pep!. 9. —The admirals of the
foreign power* replying to the protests
c' the Cretan executive against the re
cent massacres have declared they will
recommend their respective govern
ments to solve the question deflnltey by
the removal of the Turkish troops from
the island of Crete and the appoint
ment of a governor to be selected by
The Preacher Alust Hang.
Dovei, Del., Sept. 9.—The Delaware
supreme court sustained the decision of
the lower court which Imposed the sen
tence of death on the Rev. Wm. H.
Fisher, colored, of Wilmington, charg
ed with breaking Into the house of Mrs.
Jlaiia Hunt, of that city, at night, with
th> i mpose of committing a felonious
assault. Fisher was sentenced to be
hanged October 7th.
Air, Bayard Weaker.
Denham. Mass., Sept. 9.—80 n. Thos.
F. Bayard is very weak this morning,
hirt there is nc perceptible change from
hit erudition last night, which is net
nearly so favorable as that of twenty
four hours ago.
REMEMBER THE HERALD'S NEWS IS THE BEET**SO IS ITS ADS KEEP UP AND READ THE HERALD.
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THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
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A* ll' (rtatkßt Ik* mnlint* or pro t»li*
TRAGEDY IN SUnTER.
Charles Fuller killed by Disk I rar'cr
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SfHUirrah «ih! a*»n, Jim*** aRd
ilt-rpr. liatfip liollli.
i hmiu» i% mm « by Entiirr wl<h
m« ut tlw mur dmted. Fi*xJ**r ordßfß*
j r ull**r ofi inr umt. him h ii»>‘ *• 1
*»n*» bullet i*l«*rt ina hl« b**irt.
I From account* of the ahootin* re
i.ut prove cation. Wh*n the coroner ex*
amlned the tody <*f Fuller t«*diy no
weapon of any kind win found. Frailer
'!■ reported to hive front* to t arte un
known. The oily wit new lo the (rax
ed y was Fuller’! brother, but for amne
reieon the emon »r*a jury ruled out hi*
teatlmony and rendered the remirka
]t»)« verdict lhat the dee#*»*.*d came to
hip death it the hand* of a party un
AFTER LOUIS ROBINSON.
The Savannah Detectives Put on His
I Savannah, As., Sept. 9.-Officers
have been out on the track of Louis
Robinson, formerly manager of the
Robinson Printing company, of this
city. Robinson left Savannah about six
months ago. and left liehind him what
Is alleged to lie a lot of forged papers.
The amount. It Is said, Is about *5,000.
'Several v.orthless notes are now In the
• hands of the Chatham lank, of this
•city. With which he did business. The
grand Jury found an Indictment io the
lease, charging forgery, and a bench
| warrant was Issued. Robinson was well
known here, and for ,a time was sup
posed to be doing a good business. He
Is believed to have been located and It
Is expected that he will be brought to
the city before long.
NO PARADE IN NEW YORK.
The Surgeons Advise Against It at
Montauk Point, L. 1., Sept. 9.—The
information is given out at Sharfter's
headquarters that Col. For wood and all
the surgeons who wore requested hy
make recommendations with regard to"
a parade of the troops in New York
had ail recommended against the pa
rade. The surgeons state the troops
would not be in shape to stand the ex
ertions of the march before the expir
ation of at least a month or six weeks.
The High Water Has Run Them Cut
of the Swamps.
it great many lovers of the gun and
dog have been having great sport
around the river swamps. The high tvi- j
ter has run all the rabbits to the dry
land, and-the men and dogs q,re kept
busy making the "mollies" get. a hump
Hundreds have been killed and near
ly every party has good sport.
I SECOND SOI®
SIM W f I SERVICE
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•nrota Tim Ftr»* Rilt M
transfer rtsl to Ik# ibcoftd iRd
tirw *lll he diwca.god tm*
•W. T. Atkinson Governor."
M km Thev Are.
The First Is now nt
Knoxville, in command of
Col. A. R. Uwtoo of Savan
nah The Second, which re
mains In service. Is nt Hunts
ville. It is commanded by
Col. Gecsr Brown ot Atlnntn.
formerly Adjutant General of
Ni GROES CROWDING IN.
Texarkana Is In a State of Fright and
Texarkana. Ark.. Sept. 9—Texarkana
is in a state of alarm over the large
number of negroes who throng the
town and the ctttxens ere organising
J vigilanee eimmltteos for th protec
tion of property. The unusual Influx
lis due to the operations of bands of
white caps In Titus. Care. Red River, j
Hopkins and other counties In the cot
!ton districts of north Texas, whence
1 tbcvssods of negroes fled on account of
[notices posted; and In some case vio-j
1 1rues was used to run them out. These ■
J people, being run out of the cotton |
I fields, huve sought refuge in the towns |
nnd Texarkana has been the refuge of |
a large number. One negro from TI-;
tos eonnty snys luat while a number
[of his rare were at work In the fields a !
mob of white caps concealed in a fence
corner opened fire on them. The ne
groes fled, leaving three of their num
ber behind wounded and perhaps kill
ed. They had been warned to leave
the county and paid no attention to the
warning. Other similar incidents are
reported by the incoming negroes. In
some localities of Titus county, which
was formerly densely populated by ne
groes not a colored man, woman or
child remains, according to stories told
by those who reached this place. '
A Nice Operation.
Yesterday Dr. A. S. Tinsley, Augus
ta's well known specialist, performed
quite a nice operation.
A young gentleman from Columbia
has been suffering with an extra
growth of the nasal bene. Dr. Tinsley
removed a part of this bone and the
patient is o. k.
The erookedest brook in America is
the No Name Pond brook in Maine,
beside which an electric road runs for
some distance below Crowleys. The
Songo river is no instance to this
crooked little stream. It is so crooked
thqf. suckers; caught there have curva
ture of the spine, according to a .Lewis
ton humorist. k
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Idiyi am, J A. Orman rldhr
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'.ti* mnx th** i«K*«! nmiir of Dr. Ilirbro.**
THst to Whet This General Snys
i Camp Meade. Middletown, a.. Kept t.
—Secretary Alger end drnrrsl hhaftcr
rr vie wist the troops here l-Uy. H|wsk
lug of the controversy with ilcnrrsl
Miles. General Hhaflei said:
• It is all poppycock. There is no fric
tion between General Miles and myself.
At least there was not when he left
Santiago, our relations have always
been pleasant, and I do not understand
all this talk. The general may have
been talking, buti I believe much of It
is due to antagonistic newspapeiß."
(]en Clay l egally Separated From
.His (Jlrl Wife.
Louisville. Ky.. Sept. *.-A s|H»clal to
The Post, from Richmond. Ky.. says
that Cassius M. Clay was granted a di
vorce from his girl wife, Dora Richard
son Clay, try Judge Boott. The decree
restores the de endant to her maiden
name. The suit was filed several weeks
ago. No reference l» made to alimony,
and It Is understood hy the attorneys
and the court lhat he he had Blready
made ample provision for his wife.
Lincoln Guards of Macon Coming
Here Next Tuesday.
The Lincoln Guards, a colored mili
tary company of Macon, Is coming over
hc,o next Tuesday. The Columbia enm-
I B ny .that was to have come here yes
terday. did not do so, on acocunt of the
excursion falling through. However, a
sergeant and two privates would not l«e
cut of their trip after having donned
their regimentals, so rame anyway.
FROM THE FEVER
The Reports That Were Received This
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 9. No new
cases of yellow fever were reported to
day. The situation Is reassuring.
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 9.—Alabama
still maintains a strict quarantine
against a few towns in Mississippi near
the points of infection.
Preparing to Break Camp,
The Tenth regiment has begun prep
arations for breaking camp. They will
leave, as stated yesterday, on a special
train' over the Georgia road, embark
ing at Wheless station.
The- Prisoners Off.
New York, i Sept. 9.—-Tift;,’ Spanish
prisoners captured In the naval battle
of July 3 off Santiago arrived In Jer
sey City today bound for home. They
have been htfifl-prisoners at Norfolk.
Big Hotel Burned.
Williamsport. Pa., Sept. 9.—The
Grand View /hotel, the largest hostelry
of Highland JLake, has boon destroyed
by the. The do so is forty thousand.
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AMaaiMhpi Press Vekngrere# usstws,
the ItorehF a apet tsta.
fly hpaatnt Mire.)
m,. '. m ftv- sUasMssa k»v~<
t.assta fla la Haastsls.
The Nlasttoa to Ora* a.
may rirwff ihi* < ouniry into i itrucxl**
with th«* pnippfw. It I® w irto«* roa
•oni Dial th» I*rr#i4«-nt md Mi advii*
vrst iihduTVt ittrh ipcrpt-y nrifirernlnflK
rt MPfropi thp
CMU’ Ortfm From War Ikfwittmfid.
It la »ißdrn»t*Nid tlißi cj**fu*pii Ot W no
\%y with ordrr* fn*m the war d« |»art
ttient. Khlrh had teromp Irninttent at
the tnauraent leadDFa reh#«lllt>fi* action
In reofcupylna the treliche* and throw*
Inx up earthwt»rk*. deaplte th«* fact that
an arm lit Ice waa In operation.
A**otiated Press Confirms It.
New York. Sept 9, A dispatch to
The Herald from Manila says: The a;-
thude of the Philippine Insurgent lead
er* is becoming more and more alarm-,
irg. So <x>poaari are they to the
American authorities that the attua-j
thin la strained, and reconciliation
may he difficult. What makes the
attua;lon more troublesome is the un
disguised rivalry between the f’Bow
ers of Agulnaldo and Gen. Plopllar.
who covets the honor which Agulnaldo
has acquired. Plopllar Is In command
of the Insurgent troops stationed In.
South Manila. He uses them In a
way that is moat annoying io Agulnai
do, and at the same time makes every
effort lo show disregard to Amerl
can officials. His forces continue to
patrol the city, encouraging lawlers-j
ness In every direction. They are
constantly annoying the American
troeps who are engaged In the difficult
task of preserving older.
Agulnaldo no longer attempts to
conceal his hostility to tbe officials of:
the United States, and yesterday is-!
sued an order prohibiting the soldiers
frrm entering the American lines.
This was probably deemed necesaaiy
In order to prevent them becoming so
well disposed towards the Americans
as to destroy his power hy repudiating
bis leadership. The altitude of the
severnl rival leaders cannot fall lo In
jure the cause of Philippine Independ
ence. Certainly it will prevent the i
presentation of a strong ease before j
the Paris commission in behalf of the
MR. THOS. J. ROONEY.
Once Again Is Charged With Selling
Liquor Without License.
A rase has been docketed against Mr.
Tom J. Rooney at police station. The
charge is one that Mr. Rooney has
been confronted with before—selling li
quor without a license.
Judge Baxter called the case this
morning. Mr. Rooney appeared, as did
also four colored witnesses. Another
witness in the case for the city is Chief
The chief was detained away Just at
the time, and so It was decided that
the case should go over until tomorrow
morning. The violation of the ordinance
is raid to have taken place last Wed
SAG AST A WILL RESIGN.
He Will Step Out as Soon as the
Peace Bill Is Adopted.
Madrid, Sept. 9.—The Liberal again
make the asekrtion that Sagasta will
resign as soon as the chamber adopls
the peace bill.
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M~aiUmirai Rawi Una HDns,
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l(f 1.4 sjf (v inmNa Ism
TRII D I IcIUE
A Private at lira fMHk T.toa la Tad
Hts I Mr.
. . . a fawaal' na m<+ f an/t
A friend diarorerrd a two miner
tmttlc v* laudanum half emptied hr
him Mrdlrol aid was iiimmoaed and
Hr negro was soon in the bands of
Afl*r wotß# work (hr dortor* wrrr
1 aiUßwrfrt in doing ««*ny with (hr rf
|fa «# ikn (|Fll! *41(1 thf rnnf] ia (MltM
The Central Gel* Important Rights
I Savannah. Ga., Kept. *.-The city
- council last night gavr a most Impor
tant mnceiwintt lo the Ontral of
i Georgia Railway company--one that
I has I wen sought for year*—a complete
(right of way along River street, ex-|
tending almost the entire wharf front
sae of the city. It was awarded In
that company on practically one cm
dltlnn that the road shall not charge
more than *1 per car for Iranafers any
where along River street. Tills conces
sion will shorten the transfer routs by
some alx or seveh miles. Cars to be
transferred from the Central to the Sa
vnnnah, Florida and Western wharf at
the present time have to go atvay
round by Mouth Over Junction, which
la some four or five miles south of the
Another advantage gained by thla
| route will be that passengers from ihe
upper part* of the slate on excursion
trains ran be taken to Tybee boats
without change of car*. The Central
gains the advantage »f having all com
petition against It shut out on the river
Wealthy and Prominent Citizen Takes
His Gwn Life.
Indianapolis, Sept. 9. Wm. H.
Tucker of the firm of Tucker & Dor
sey, manufacturer*, suicided (his
morning. He has been despondent
since the death of bis wife. He was
u prominent citizen nnd very weal
The dance given lost evening at Lake
view wits one of the most enjoyable
ones given there this season. About
thirty couples attended, and Messrs.
Whlllaw, Mtokes and Ritchburg, who
managed It, are to be congiatulated on
the success of their entertainment.
SEAGOING BATTLESHIP MASSACHUSETTS.
New York, Seplr 9.—The battleship Massachusetts reached this harbor
today. . - j...
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ns ieri a fleure In the
ißrest- for -h pa»* twelve vrer. l'<
i« a n miff* of the Benate rommsttew
t n ( ur r!in rHttim thus making thrSR
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Bion I* generaSl? regarded
CHANOES ON THE CENTRAL.
Western Traffic Hen Are Change
Around. Soma Having Resigned
Tbe Central of Georgia railway an
u<w nr-a a number of ihangre la Its
TM utpoihlHien* of Mr. C. W
< bears to i«* aimtoefeial agent at Onto
itmbns. titwas mem »n«d a fear days
.igo li) (he (hnilUuMoii.
u C. Ncfipr4g appointed - ommerctol
I ngrrit at Mcmpblk vice Zlba Hennatt,
II: I. Morgan becomes soliciting
lugotlt In M«b)phta. succeeding Mr. Na
iler, pri muted
K. W. Whlta atirceeda R. C. Hicka,
resign'd, a* gonaval western agent at
Mr. White wan commerelal agent at
Cincinnati He la succeeded there hy
(1. T. Solar, who ya» traveling freight
agent. A, W Thompson la tbe new
traveling freight agent.
RIGHT GOOD SALES.
Nine Thousand Dollars Worth of
Realty Changes Hands.
Tutt £ Hoylston, real estate agents,
have made a pretly good sales record
in the »>ASt four day* They have di»-
Four houses and lots on upper Hroed
On* foetiiiP afrd lot on Walker, below
hjiuseb'i' niM lots onWorks
street. , y, I *®(
One houM b»I on Robert
Two vacant lota on Chafoe ave
nue/ . 1 ’' -i
One farm fourj miles from the city,
and another farm five miles from the
The aggregate amount from these
sales was *9.200. This is a new firm,
told of In The Herald the other
Philadelphia, Pa.. Sept. The Con
shoshocken Brewery is destroyed by
fire. The loss is a hundred thousand.