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END OF THE ROMANCE.
-The Two Sides of An Unfortunate
And Somewhat Unsavory
Orangeburg, April 23.-Dr. Kenyon
V. Millard has been lodged in the
jail of this county by commitment of
Magistrate C. P. Brunson, of this
-city, under the charge of bigamy.
pending the preliminary examination.
The date of the preliminary has been
set for the 27th instant, and unless
the defendant can secure a good and
sufficient bond in the sum of $500 he
will have to remain in jail until the
.preliminary. If a prima facie case is
made out against Dr. Millard at the
.preliminary he will be held for trial
at the approaching term of the court
of 'general sessions. otherwise the case
-will be dismissed and he will be dis
,charged from custody.
Mr. R. L. Weeks, attorney at law of
St. George's came to Orangeburg
.and had a consultation with Solicitor
:Hildebrand in regard to the case. It
,s not expected that there will be any
Turther important developments , the
case before next Thursday. the day of
the preliminary. Mrs. Rice. of Den
-mark, the sister of Miss Kenyon. or
Mrs. Millard, came to Orangeburg,
and both of them left for Denmark.
It is said that the contention of the
.prosecution is that the wife claimed
to be the divorced one is Number i,
and that there is a wife Number z,
while Miss Kenyon is wife Number 3.
*It is reported that letters were found
in the trunk of Dr. Millard, which he
left at St. George, that supplied this
-information, and it was upon this in
iormation that- the prosecution of Dr.
Millard for bigamy was determined
-upon. The place of residence of the
-second wife or the particulars con
cenling her have not been disclosed
-to the public. It will be necessary
-for this undivorced wife to be pro
duced, or the fact of the marriage to
'be proven by witnesses, in order to
-nake out such a case that will hold
the defendant for trial under the
It is understood to be the contention
of the defendant that he has been pre
viously married, which was a number
.of years ago, but that a divorce was
:regularly and legally granted, and the
'marriage between him and his first
'wife was thus set aside. Then his
snarriage to Miss Kenyon was legal
and regular, and he is guilty of no
'wrong-doing. If the latter position is
sustained the defendant will be releas
ed from custody and permitted to go
.his way in peace.
Feeling in St. George.
'St. George. April 23.-Further de
wvelopments in the Millard incident
prv as interesting as those that
&ave already transpired. Mr. Millard
'is -new being held at Orangeburg,
'where he was arrested, pending the
-scun of -evidence as to his di
Miss Kenyon has returned to her
'home 'here, broken down.' It is ru
mored that Mr. Millard will also re
turn if he be released. He and he on
ly -must be the judge of the prudence
of -this, for the community is highly
wrought :up over his actions.'
'Miss Kenyon is one of the most cul
-tured 'and refined of the young ladies
'mere, and her friends sympathize with
!her and feel that she is the victim of
~an unworthy man.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Crazy ,Preacher Locks Rev. Sam
Jones in a.Room and Threatens
To Kill Him.
'The Rev. Sam P. Jones. of Carters
sville, Ga., the well known evangelist
'and 'lecturer, had an unusual exper
~ience 'in Montgomery on Thursday
'with another minister, who threaten
'ed his life.~
Mr. Jones was in Montgomery en
route to Tus'kegee, Ala., where he de
Iinered a~lecture to Booker Washing
eoni's school. Sam H. Windham, a
Methodist preacher, whose home is
at Dothan, Ala., accosted him on the
streets:and persuaded him to accom
~pany Windham to the latter's room
No sooner 'were the two in Wind
'ham's room than 'the preacher turned
-to Mr. Jones, after first locking the
adoor and placing the key thereto in
' is pocket, and:.said: "God has direct
sed me to go to Dothan (Alabama)
me to perform the ceremony. Then
we are to conduct a meeting in Doth
an, after which we will return to
Montgomery and conduct a meeting
"If you don't assent to this, either
you or I must die."
At this moment a bell boy knock
ed at the door and informed M.
Jones that he was wanted at the tele
phone. Excusing himself, he man
aged to leave the room. and needless
to say did not return. He was fol
lowed to :he depot however, by Mr.
Vindham, who was arrested there by
Windham, who is a former inmate
of an insane asylum, and who has
been three times divorced from the
woman he wishes to wed again, is
held at police barracks' as a suspic
A FAMOUS SONG.
How "Abide With Me" Came to Be
Henry Francis Lyte. author of that
matchless composition, "Abide With
Me," for twenty years was a sufferer
from consumption. During this time
he was the minister over a parish
composed largely of fisherfolk in a
coast town of England. He labored
faithfully among his people, yet he al
ways longed to do something that
would have an influence for the good
of humanity after his death-a long
ing which found expression in a beau
tiful poem. The story of how this
desire came to be fulfilled through
writing "Abide With Me" is related
in the Delineator in an interesting
paper by Allan Sutherland. giving the
history and romance of the famous
"In the autumn of 1847 his physi
cians informed Mr. Lyte that it would
be necessary for him to relinquish his
work and spend the winter in Italy.
When the last Sabbath of his stay in
England, Sep-. 5, 1847, arrived he de
termined to preach once more to his
ittle flock and to celebrate with them
i;e Lord's sopper. In spite of the
rotet ni iriends. he carried out his
in:ntions. a!hough scarcely able to
stand in th- chancel. In words of
eh:ng tenderness he pleaded with
his people to lead holy lives, and when
he took his leve of them there was
scarcel a dry eye in the church. The
day had been well nigh perfect, and
in the late afterncon, recoverms!
sonewhat fr'nm the' strain of the s:r
vice in the church, he walked slow.v
ad feebly down the terraced wa.
:o :he water he l.:.ved so well and~
which he was .b ut to leave fore;er.
The spell of the hour was upon the
mi~ister. While the bright sun
colors faded into the sober grays e I
twilight he slowly made his way bd~!
o the house in prayerful silence and
went to his room. When he joined
his family a little later he bore in his
hand the words that were destined to
move thousands. His prayer had
been answercaI. His last evening in
his olu home had produced that which
will be *i blessing so long as the heart
turns to its Maker for help in times
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