m s a i «it in*
THE PRESIDENT SOLVES
THE CAMP PROBLEM
H® Ha® B®com® Daunted With th® Incom
pot«ncy of the Officials*
And Has Decided to Taks the Matter in Hb
Troop* U &• Ou*rt*r*d For th* WJnl*r In th*
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gpfrM* lo Tk* HkalA .
baA. Qt.. dep! 23 —This rsoni*
lug Rtrsrder gave • h*«rMK| to •I®*' l '
U Arrker. <ke young wl "Hi* denlec
who was rharged with shoot lag Mur
tagh F. gullivnn. ’n » aak»a os Wad
n<«da> (richi After OMBteIBS »!*»<•<
(■Mly-ln wlmkmm. the rwortfer dt*
nlaard Ilia young man from custody
Th.rr arc still fears lhar Sullivan will
die. In dismissing Archer. Aha reorder
said ha did so bacauaa of Iha physical
iiiffcrenoe In lha man Archer la vary
frail and Sullivan weighs abort ens
hundred and m-'v-oly-Bva pound* The
racordar farther aald that Archer had
been grosaiy inaoltcd by the man wrem
he shot and ha did n>t believe be nor
the •gurty should be put to th" expense
cf a trie! of the rata. Thar* la a |H»»-
eftdMty of the raarraat of Archer by
the family of Sullivan. The ■botelng
hea reused a good deal of excitement
here. Each party has strong friend*
and during the political fight two
year* ago. they took prominent pcs:
tlcne on different aide*.
San Juan. Sept. 23.—Everything re
garding the evacuation of th*> Island
cf Prrfo Rico by the Spanish troops Is
proc'rding eotisfrrtorily. The S;>sn-;
larria are acting In perfect good faith
rnd are turning over everything aa
they (juit the various towns. Prepar
ations arc being made for elabor.Ve
rnd im row.?re ceremonies when ths
American flag ia faired over San Juan.
HORRIBLE EXPLOSION THIS MORNING.
Fifty-Four Miners Entombed in a Pennsyiva_
Seven Bodies Recovered and Nineteen Unac
Brownsville. Pa.. Sept .23. Flftp-four wen were entombed in the
Umpire mine lielow Brownsville, by an explosion of gas, this morning.
Two dead bodies so far taken out. The dead are:
Searching parties are making frantic efforts to reach the entombed
miners, but progress is slow, and there is great danger of another explo
sion. which night bury them also under tons of rock and earth. Immedi
ately following the explosion of gas there was a second explosion from the
fire damp. .
There were one hundred and forty men in (he mine at the time of the
explosion, work having been begun for the day a short time previous. Tn
tel'.igence of the disaster soon spread and crowds gathered around the
mouth of the mine. TerrlWe scenes of grief and horror were presented.
The wives and children of the entombed men are frantic with grief and
1h ir shrieks and walls are frightful to hear. Notwithstanding the great
danger, the rescuing parties are working bravely.
letter. Twenty-seven of the entombed miners have just returned to
town, having escaped by traversing a mile and a half of underground pas
sages’. coming out at an opening near Lynn station, four miles from the
opening of the mine. Nineteen miners are still unaccounted for John
Baker and his son George, who escaped the back way. are terribly burn
ed a t,out the face, but will likely recover. All who escaped are injured
or burned. The dead are unrecognizable, being burned and mutilated.
Five more bodies are recovered.
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THE AUGUSTA HEItALU.
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IIM*r'IM Sft.ftM Mr ih* Philippi***.
Mm* Mr CaMft. *•# ll.Mft Mr P<*rH»
Rim Iftrrr will ft# 4LM» »rwM» M M*
prv.vW*-d Mr »l bom# T*»# r**nlar
army hfttiftrka wtil ftfwftwftftir **'
tft. pcanidMt F*« M#TM »• raft—Ml
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PLOT TO KILL A KING.
Aiiirfcit.il Df«iK« on P«rti«»r*
Measures Taken to Protect the Ro>#l
Umi. >a Slept. A dispatch to th*
daltv Mall from l-lsbon any* that eiab
orate mennoten have bee# tak**» lo pro
tect the royal reaidetwwa at Clntra and
Caarae* It anemn that the authorities
have been wtrned of an anarchist p'ot
The plot aft* the assmaatnalloß of Kin#
The Vienna eorreapond.nl of ih"
Daily Mall says that all the powers,
including Great Britain, have assented
to Italy’* propraaln looking to com
mon action ngainst Anarchists.
It to understood that the measure Jo
be adopted will bn extrem»!.v aevero.
A mere ar>*val of enarchlatic views
will crhstltute a erimlnal offence. It
t« expected that G*eat Britain will pro
hibit the Immigration of refugee An-
The fcrtgrlng diapaich Is not coo
firmed. and the statements therein are
onddered Improbable. It aerm* to tie
a feet that Itrty'a proposal* have be-n
•••mprtbctlcally received, but the dim
ci-lties in the way cf carrying them out
have as yet not beau surmounted.
Rome. B*ot 23 —The Halle says that
an irternatlcnel conference will be h- la
!n October to discus* measures for th»
suppression of anarchism.
There ere other r 'rort* to ihe ef
fect that Greet Britain and Swltxerlend
hrli: oprest International mecaurea,
jand will net abandon the right of asy
Mrs. Rolney Johnson saturated her
clothes with kerosene ivid burned her
self to death at Bowllnm Green, Ky.
READ THE HERALD FOR NEWS A OOOD "AD" IS THE UVI4T KINO OF NF WS.
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•111 h. tft* mat* rnari» ll* r«*n»l*:ln*
of Mr Halil* ftrai l*aor, Mr Jo**pr
Mulb*rta. ***oart l*oor. Mr Hamid
Kuasell. Itr* baas, sad Mr. A A. P*
lot. arroad ham. who will *ltm tt#r
i lab's arrancFini'itt of Harriot H*#rfc*r
dinar a “HiIII, Still I* lb# Niftht " Mr.
John Muihrrto will »in« “Tb* Uiat
Chord " Mia Harrison will *lnif “In
the Pa !■*# of I ft* Ktaft." by Wl*cand:
1 and Mia* Mri Kob#rtaoa will ring
i -Oft* H»e#tl* Solrma Thought "
(H R MINISTER TO SPAIN.
lien Woodford u 111 Not Return to
i Spcc’al to The Herald.
Washington. Sept. 33.—Oen. Wood
f > rd will not return to Spain as minis
ter of the United Statea
Thla ia given on the authority of a
member of the cabinet. The rewrona
! given by (Sen. Woodford for his reelg
nat lon are thnt his private Interests
demand hhla attention and the situa
tion In Madrid la not of prime Import
ance now that the war ia over.
FRENCH PRIZE STEAMER.
It Will He Disposed Off Very
New York. Sept. 23. The French
steam* r Olinde Rrdriguei srrived this
m ruing fr< in Cbar!e*ton in charge of
I United St&t. h Marsha! Sllgh, district
iof South Cnrollna. The Ollde Rodri
gc.ti was captur’d by the United Slates
cruiser New Orleans while attempting
to run 'nto San Juan, during the block
ade. It Is understood that the case will
not I) tried until the New. Orleans ar
rives here, as her crew are wltneases
for the government. Meantime her
cargo will be discharged and stored.
NO PUGII.ISM IN KENTUCKY.
Governor Bradley Has Issued a Proc
lamation to That Effect;
Frankfort. K.v., Scpi. 23—Gov. Brad
ley, upon raceiving a telegram convey
ing the rumor that arrangemdht* aro
hr: ig made to have the McCoy-Corbeft
fight in this state, near Cincinnati, Is
sued a proclamation today warning ail
persons not to attend the same and di
recting the peace officers of the state
to take steps to suppress the fight if
attempted In Kentucky.
Chinese Emperor In Danger.
London. Sept. 23.—According to spe
cial dispatches received from Pekin,
thr members of the European commun
ity there believe the life of the Em
peror of Chine Is in danger. It Is add
ed that that the dowager empress de
sires to place Prince Rung’s grand
son on the throne. The emperor, It. is
added realizes the strength of the con
spiracy against him and has ordered
the guards at the palace strengthened.
Mem el. Prussia, Sept. 23. Heavy
storms are prevailing on the Baltic sea.
One hundred and twenty fishermen
were drowned between Polangen and
Llbau, seaport towns In the province
of Couiand, Russia.
Brigadier General Miller may be
made a major general.
AUH fl A. OA
HE SOUGHT OEATH
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OEN. SCHWANN CO.MINO.
Tayor tAalah »M» Hr#M«*d a TtM
g am From th* t)#M#ral.
Mayor Walaft yndrrda* rrr*i*rd a
Vlraiam fromllm Tft*or#or* fk-ftwaoa.
brtgadlar g*a#ral of ift# Palled Stat**
roliintr*** atatlag that ft* aad ift*
. irnamio* would rlali Anauata la tft*
aril two day* for Ih* purpoa* of al*
lag op Hi* ad*ant#gr» »S*t## t>» An
mala a* a aiai*r ramping gnoad for
lunr of ift* l'glt*d Staton noldirr*
; o*w. Srbwaaa a*ha Mayor tA'alaft to
ha** arrang'd for him a map showing
lb* rlt* of ih* propoard ramp, th* wa
ter roarrra. railway adranlag#*. #tr-.
so i bat ft* may ha delayrd la hi*
Th* hoard U traveling M a prirat*
,< ar of th- Soul hr rn railway,
i Hrigadlar Orarral Theodor* Brhwaa
|l» p*-*ld*nl of thr board. Hl* aid* I*
l.lrut. G. T. Summrrtln. of the Kighth
rivalry. Thr olbrr member* of thr
! hoard ar* Col. O'Reilly, rhlef aurgroo
jof ihr Konrth army rorpa. wlih hrad
qt'artrra a! Huolavlllr; Unit. Col. K
(I. Hodgaon. of thr quarlermaatrr'a dr
pa rimrnt at Washington; Capt. W. K
Craighlll. of Ihr mginrrring ron».
who ia chief of Ihr government work*
ni Wilmington, ard Caps. Do<ld». of th*
Ninth InfiMitry. who I* acting Judge ad
vocate rs th* Dfparlmrni of the Uulf.
and also, by reason of hi* being th* ju-
I nlor member, recorder of the board. !
Augusta offers every advantage for
a line camping ground and It will in!
all rirohalilllty not be long before she
baa a regiment Installed In winter
j quarters here.
On. Schwann and romrolaalonera,
are In Macon today.
BAPTISTS BET A LEQACY.
Thirty Theuaand Dollar* Willed Them
hv a Greensboro l.ady.
■Special to The Herald.
Atlanta. Ua.. Sept. 23. The Horn*
IMi as! on Beard of Southern Baptists |
here has been notified that Mrs. F. A. I
i Stock, who recently died at Greenboio.
j left an estate of thirty thousand dol
; lara free from debt to be held In trust
Iby the board. The income is to be used
jin Baptlat. onlHi'onary work.
WILULIVE IN LIVERPOOL.
Augusta Is to Lose Two leading
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward H. Butt will learn with much
regret that they will sail, about Oct.
10. for Liverpool, where they will make
their futt're home. Mr. Butt will rep
resent Inman & Co. In the work of
pushing the round bale.
Mr. Butt is a capable business man
and an expert on rotten. Up will no
doubt make a great success in bis new
home, but it is with deep regret that
Augusta loses him and his charming
wife as citizens.
New York, Sept. 23. The United
Stales transport Seneca, from Ponce,
Sept. IS, arrived at quarantine at 6:40
this morning. Sue has on board 170
members cf the Illinois signal corps
hound for Washington barracks, and
100 troops and government employes
from this city.
Buffalo Billils Very 111.
Kansas City, Sqpt. 23.—C01. W. F.
Cody (‘ Buffalo BID.”) was taken very
111 here and removed to St. Joseph's
hospital. He is suffering from typhoid
fever and his physicians say his condi
tion is serious.
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ih* prtw<Hal rwwa*a mt th# #«*»s»at*a*
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< law** aad gpaw.*h •»*»haat« who
wtah lw a# tft# Amrrv aa fta# fMat'a# a*
awaw as pawM* <•**» ift* r*#«W hwaa*
wf Na*a«a whtrh M*da* wad## th* iwM
data of Ih# Mi«l»* **#•«#* •• not*
i *#rt<ng than **** Ift th# pa* «♦** ft
Th* gp##t«h pap*** ar* ciamorac M
. ha*# th# Caftan •»«***• diabaad *#
i .<na a* pomihli Tft* DtarM 4# U
Marta# any* that *•*.*- th*y ft#*# h*#a|
| *»if#a mt tft* i nn*# Mat**, that emta-i
Itry ehowid pay ih*m eg and am «a
lh*ir at I far* hot Ik* Cwhaaa laalaad
of iftiakiftg about duhaadiag ar* nr*-
paring ik*am#l*** a* Mr aa uh -r com
T «.* la da* in tft* t**aal lhr*at mad*
by (hi Molina han*w a* ’W*yt*r ift#
HWid.” to fh* Cabin «*a#rai B-t*a
coart tftai if h* did not ami* hut
iitmp further away from Malaaaa* ft*
wav'd go and attack him Itctanrawr;
i t p'tad ib»l he **• ready In m**i him
ith aim hr eftoa* to mm* and aa a
*af* pracauiiou mot far r*»nforcem#ati
, from Gan. R< drignex. wh'ch w#r* went
| lo ‘.'at on last Sunday.
Tft* raf*s ar* throng*# wHh Spaaiah
• fllrers who. not bavhlg anything mor*
j to do. are parading the streets, carry
ing th*lr polished sabres and looking
i upon tft* pronto* Cohen* w'iba hangh
t>. disdainful look ns of amquetwr*
No Tarther llHav.
Waahlngtoa. Repl Sl-A very per
emptory meaaagc of instruction ha*
beep sent to (he Cuban military com
mission and by thrm made the bests of
! a note to th* Spaaiah eommlselon'ra.
! The anthnrtiiea at Washington do not
make public th* term* of the note, but j
the general tenor It that the I’nlted.
Stales will not be satisfied with any
; further delay le the evacuation of
TO EXAMINE WATERWORKS.
Ihe Commission does Out so the
Works This Afternoon.
The waterworks cotumiaaionera will
‘ lake a large carryall and inspect the j
new waterworks system thl# after-1
noon. They assemble at city headquar-1
lers and stait at four o'clock. Thai
tuiiln reason of this examination is to.
1 decide with what maieral lo cover the
bottom of the large reservoir. A
scene showing an Immense amount of
wotk will greei their eyes. All of
the pipe has been laid ami work on
them completed. The clear water
basin has been finished and Is now i
ready to receive its supply of water
before transferring It to Hie city. The
filter foundations are ready for the fil
terer* and only the roof is needed to
complete the house. Near!" all of
the exeavating work on the reservoir
has been done and now only a small (
force of hands are at work dressing
the sides and getting ihe bottom ready j
for the final work Out at the pump
ing station a busy sceue U presented.
Some thlily-odd men busily at work,
with their tents near them certainly is
a pretty sight. The rock work is
steadily progressing, the foundations
going up and the tall race being hol
lowed out rapidly. Mr. Maxwell Is In
charge of the work. All of the rock
used In this foundation has been se
cured from the race. The work will
be ready for one pump about January
QOV. ATKINSON’S ILLNESS.
He Is Greatlp Worried By Persistent
Special to The Herald.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 23. —Gov. Atkin
son Is again confined to bis bed and It
will probably be some time before he
will 'be able io get out. He has been
greatly worried by office seekers, who
do not hesitate to Invade the sick
chamber in their eagerness to push
their claims. The governor today de,
dared that he would make no appoint
ments until bis condition was consider
ably improved. He will not be able to
go to Omaha on Georgia day.
New York Futures.
No w York. Sept--23.—Futures opened
steady. October 5.22, November 5.27,
December 5.32, January 5.37, February
5.40, March 5.45, April 5.49, May 5.54,
I Ik T I • » t AMR A »t **
• WittA%, IA iM
THIRD GEOR6IA BOYS
HAPPY ON THE WAY
Rr»t Section Lmfi Kookvlll* For Macon at 3
O'Clock This Aftornoon,
Other Section* Ar® In R®»din®»® to Follow
I mrnod lately.
It It Sat® That No Ra®imant at Kno»v»Ma Craatad a
F n#r Impraaaion.
R*H***tll». Tan* *m» Ml ThM as
t**ft*snw aftwst I aeftarft lbs §tm aI *h«j
thrva s« mans wft»«ft ar* iw tab* »h#
hew tirwrata rvatmeat ftnaa* wilt !*•»#
Tft* i*#im»ai la h*ma ftmdad th>*
rnnafti*# and yirapartkma ft** mm *mrty
A POSSIBLE *rm IF.
s^aia Hill laa HdMifit iht
I labor ate iMirsttlMN HKea the
Madrid •*#< St Th# Impart ta'
j »a*» that tft# Mpaftlsh f**a- <■ t'nmmi*-
I .tuneit have '•#*# iftaliurtad to met j
g#ttrait* malntalh Rpaln e adlspuiaM*
I .nvrretgnl* over >h* satire I’fttllp
pioc. This la has*# oa th* protocol
and histartcnl r#a»oft# The iMtrwr
•km* gives to tft* B*rl. !"**•* Corn ,
m<w toner* at# »oiu n nous It l*
learned that they t#capHwla«# tft# na
• gotlatlon* b#tww» Spain and Ift# Chl
-1 ted Rlatos prar##tng the war aad fix
ihe raadtlloMs of lhe independence of
| Cohn explaining (ft* rights of Spain
land reserving her rights In regard to
1 private and public property In the Ah
| Th* Instruction* lo th* Commission
' era regarding th* Philipp oca ar* grad
' »at«d so a* to meet *v**y hypothesis
leaving room for f.e* erttlclsva on
[the part of th* Commtsaloacrs liukc
i Aimadovar dc Rio minister of foreign
affairs will append lo lb* Instructions
quest lona bearing upon Ihe right* of
.■ltlxen*hlp and propert; n th* An
tilles. and the methods of affecting th*
tranrfer of lb* public administration
Further dlwusson upon the latter
points will be had at the nett meeting
of th* council.
At yesterday's cabinet council Seoor
Pulgoerver, minister of finance, read
a refiort of an allegeil interview with
tleneial Augustin, late Captain General!
of the Philippines-. In which he I* rep- j
resented tut saying he proposed to de
uomtrsie hy Aocunenls tb* govmt
lncnt's tplsmanagruient of affair* In
the Philippines. Gcnetai Augustin Is
also reported to have subl that when
Admiral Dewey learned of Augustin's
recall he exclaimed In effect "That a
the way they do things in Spaiu." The 1
queen regent ha* signed the order re
moving from their commands Ad ni (
ral Montojo, the naval command#! at ,
Manila, and Major Sostoa. the com-,
mander or the Cavite arsenal. Tills
action Is taken to allow Admiral Mon-j
10J0 aud Major 1 Sostoa to return to j
Spain, where they will be placed on
trial before the supreme council of
war and marine.
London. Sept. 23. The Bally Mall
confirms the report that the Roths-j
eh I Ids will loan Spain between $20.-1
Oim and $25,000,000 upon the conclusion j
of peace, taking as seeurity the quick
The friends of Mrs R. C. Goodrich
will regret to learn of her Indisposi
RICHARD MALCOLM JOHNSON DEAO.
The Author of a Georgia Classic Dies in Balti
He Read Before the Hayne Circle in This City a Few
Ba lit more, Md.. Sept. 23.- Richard Malcolm Johnson, the lecturer and
novelist, died this morning afterjin Illness of several months.
This distinguished Georgian was born nearly eighty years ago in the lit
tle v illage of K-wrlton. Hancock «ounty-the “Dukesboro” of the Dukes,
boro rales which first brought him into prominence. These were written
or a Tulle periodical published by a friend of his in Baltimore They at
tracted the attention of the Harpers, who brought them out in book form
uiul their gticceM was phenomenal.
(VI Johnson was well known and warmly beloved in Augusta. His
last visit to this city was In 1891, when he read from the Dukesboro Tales
before ibe Hayne Circle, which then held its meetings In the^ Library.
His daughter is the wife of Mr. Waller G. Charlton, of Savannah
Col. Johnson was the guest of Mr. John M. Walton durlngh.s visits to
Augusta. Messrs. Robert and John Walton having gone to school to him
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!tft* wrrid who ft. in a position to say
1 «pan la ly wh*thrr th* Khedive git
-.horism Ihe abandonment of Fashodh
whr* Kmia Pasha withdrew from t##
i tiyni octal province I* Stanley who to
|at It arrtt* suffertna from aa attack of
- msla-ial fever In answer ta a dispatch
.Mr Mianl** says
"I took totter* from th* Khedlv- and
! from Nobar P»a!ia to Rmtn Paaha nu
| thcr- tiiig Rmlh to abandon th* F>|ua
toctal proviuie, an It rould not be sup
plied with troop*, leaving him. how
l ev *r. the option to remain If he p!eaa#d
land waa able.
Th;*. Ik waver, did not Inrlcda
j Foahoda. wbleh Is not In th*
Ul provlnn. thta province not romhu
lower than th* lower IP Gaxal.'*
This reply from Stanley aroma to d#-
atroy forever th* French claim th#t
Kashoda was abandoned sh#n Slant**
, .inducted Km in Pasha to Ih* i-oaat,
ard that France has a right to occupy
it as a derelict territory.
DIP IN TME CANAL.
A Bridge Workman Get* a Wetting
A alight accident occurred this morn
■ >ng to rot of the carpenter# employed
in repairing the briilgc out near th#
ice factory A# the Tur
iln Hitt car passed over the bridge it
struck a locs* plank cn oue end of
which wus sested one of the workmen.
The plunk was dislodged: also the
man. but fortunaiely the rent'll was
nothing more serioos*tiia«i a dip In the
nnal and a slightly skinned arm.
SOLDIERS EROM SANTIAGO.
Two Colored Military Hen Arrived
A couple of colored soldiers arrived
here today en route to their hemes.
They had been n the fight at Santia
go. (hey said, anil If the looks of thei- (
uniform* counted for anything they
have been seeing bard service. Their
names could not be learned.
Mr. Joe Huificld. advance agent for
Al Field’s minstrels, arrived In the
city this afternoon and Is at the Ar