THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBERS.
Mcatel tif a Score of
Seven to Two.
PLAYED WELL. HOWEVER
A Rotten Decision Demor
alized the Brunswick
Savaunsb, Aug;. 22.—The Brunswick
baseball olub was defeated by Fernan
dina this afternoon by a score of 7 to
Thar, tbe local team played excellent
b ,ll there was no doub', but a rune!
bad luck and a rotten decision got the
club demoral zed and the result was
viotory for the Floridiunr,
Quito a large crowd w the guile,
and all seemed to think that both
clubs[layed the real article.
If Brunswick wins tomorrow the
grounds will be too sra-.1l to hold tbe
people who are sure to come out on
Odds are of course being offered I hr
B'unewiok team backers, but they are
k-eping lheir money in their pocket.
Brunswiokiins who went over to
■ee the game yesterday were compelled
to leava Savannah before Um game
was river in order to get here last
nigbt. They were surprised to bear
that our team bed been defeated, as
wben they left after the fifth ion ng,
tbe score Mood one and one, and they
oouid hardly account for the other
Manager Hirscb was readied bj
telephone last night by the 1 imes Cali.
and be aa'd tu nn to i< quires:
•‘Brunswick lost a very pretty gam
to Fsrnandtna today. I* is very sel
dom that I make sntxeusetor a de
feat, but tody’ gam- we were cheated
oat of by the umpire.
“Butier, of the FernanJiua teem,
was put out on third bj Garrett by at
least three feet. The umpire raid stfe.
The grand stand h'.seeil him and the
•ntire crowd was crying out out, out,
but It did not go and the Florida te m
made four tuns in '.bis inning, winning
the gam*, as two men were on'.
“After the game, Mansger Bordan,
of the Feruandina team, Bankston.
Who pitched for Fern ac din a, aid three
more members of the olub came to me
sod admitted that Butler was out.
‘•Hot ao eiror was made by either
aide, and it wan one of the prettiest
games played tt is season. Bi leu'.yr.e
and Villiansu both made three bag
gers . On account of a wet ba 1, nei h
of the pitchers could do g od work.
“Wolff pitches tomorrow’s g.me
against Hooker, who was to have
pitched tedey, but. while practicing
before the geme, be was hit in the
mouth wltb the ball and could not
Ring up phone 109 when in need of
the finest goods. W. H. Devoe.
nANY WARSHIPS ARE
NOW AT SHANGHAI
International Jealousy Said to Be the Cause of
London, Aug. 23. —A Shanghai dispatch says there are twenty-seven
warships ot various nations are there and at Wu Sing. The combined
displacement is about 77,000 tons, and the crews aggregate seven thou
sand. More vessels are expected today. It is believed here that inter
national jealousy is the cause of this great naval assemblage.
May Have Cut Communication.
London, . —Foreign consuls at Shanghai, not having re
ceived anything rom Pekin other than dispatch of August 17, fear that
Chinese troops are opearating along the rear, cutting off communica
Washington, Aug. 23.— -Special Commissioner *W\ W. Rockhill re
ports his arrival at Yokohoma. He will proceed to Pekin unless oth
BACK TO DOVER.
Wilkinson Goes to Face Charge of
Deserting His Wife.
Atlanta, Aug. 23.—Dr. Howard M
W.lkicaon, in charge of Detective
Bernard J. McVey, of Wilmington,
Del., boarded a soutbeun train last
night at 15:50 o’clock for Dover, and
left Atlanta and Georgia without
requisition papers to face the ohjrge
of wilfully deserting bis wife
Dr Wi kinson expressed pleasure at
the prospeots of returning to Dela
ware. He was in sood spirits as he
wtlked from the police barracks last
night, and bid farewell to ihe officers
thanking them for the courtesies they
had shown him since hit incarceration
in the station.
Detective McVey, who was detailed
to take charge of Wilkinson, reached
the C'ty yesterday sf'ernoon at 3:50
o’clock an 1 went immediately to the
Kimball houte. As soon as be bad
registered be w°nt to the police bar
racks, He is a tall, well-built man,
with short stubby moustache, and is
a typical locking dttseiive.
He conversed fraely and told of his
trip south. Mr. McVey says there is
considerable feeling in Dcv-r against
Wilkinson, and the pe. p ! e are entire
ly in lympathy with his wife.
Washington, Aug. 23 —The Chinese
situation has reached such a critical
stage that President McKinley has post
poned his tiip to Cb cago. He wired
canceling his trip yesterday.
SEVERAL LADIES DEAD.
Shanghai, Aug. 23 —lt is reported
that a number of the legation ladies
have died from the effects of the hard
ships while besiegtd,
BRUNSWICK, GA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1900.
ns if i is i in as
The Mob Is Still Much Excited and All
Citizens Are Uneasy.
Akron, Ohio, Aug, 23.—Although
banks, stores and places of busine s
generally, opened as usual this morniDg,
the situation is precarious, but it is hop
ed that the presence of the troops wil
prevent further violence,
New York, Aug. 23. —Mayor Gang
was called up by lung distance tele
phone this moraing at ten o’clock and
said: “The situation seems more satis
factory, The militia responded very
promptly to my request last night and
with fixed bayonets they marched
through tho stree sand dispersed the
tnob. The chief of police escaped from
bis residence last night and is now in
my house. The other officials are here
too, and we are being protected by the
military. We will have a conference
and devise means to protect the city.
Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 23 —A sp-cial
msetirg of the stockholders of the
Boston and Mitr.e rtilri.ad was hell
here iuday for the purpose of ratifying
the purchase of 3(>,000 of preferiod
.took of the Central Massnofu efts
railroad compiny at $65 a share. ’The
agreement, under the above purchase
cal's for payment by October 1, and it
is likely by that date that the railroad
con missiorsrs will have and cided what
price sta'l be psid for ibe additional
10,600 sheres of minority priferred
stock and 35,000 rhartsof common
It is feared that there will be mote
A detachment of military are at the
city hall si;e. The building was de
stroyed by fire and dynamite.”
Akrou, 0., Aug. 23.—The Fourth
reg ment arrived here early this morn
ing and the presence of the military no
doubt kept the mob in check. The
property destroyed lasr night will run
up to something over two million dol
lars, the city hall aione wa9 worth half
Cleveland, Aug. 23 —Peck, the other
negro the mob searched for last night,
Is in jail here Another negro named
Howard, was also brought here, as the
mob in'ended lynching him.
OUT FOR A RECORD.
New York. Aug. 23.—The new French
line steamship La Lorraine, whose fast
trial a short time ago astonished the
whole watsr front, makes bsr initial
trip eastward today. It is given out
that she will attempt to lower all exist
ing records. The vessel Is of 15,000
tons register, 23,000 horse pow. r, and is
of the twinescrew pattern
Akron, Aug. 23.—Chief of Police
Harrison went crazy last night. He
thought the mob would murder him and
this deranged his mind.
THE INDIANS’ OBJECT.
Anti-'Curtis Bill Resolutions Were
Mußcogec. lnd„ Aug, 23. —A conven
tion of the business men of the Indiau
Territory is in session here today to
frame resolutions objecting to the Oar
The Creek Indians have manifested
a deeided objection to the bill, and
representations liave besn made to the
business man of tho surrounding states,
a large number of whom are in attend
ance at the convention.
J Fishmuau, of tine city, has been
most aciiye in bilnging about a move
ment, having visited the prominent citi
ies of Kansas and Missouri in behalf of
the merchan sol this section.
At the meeting today, the bill rfas
condemned and resolutions to be placed
before Congress urging a treaty with
the Reda to take tho place of the bill
Bad Time for the Petition.
Detroi>, Mich., Aug. 23.—'Jhe Stale
Federation of Colored Women yester
day afternoon adopted a memorial to
President McKinley petitioning him to
ask congress to pay to the widow of tho
late Postmaster Baker, of Lake City, 8.
C., $40,000, her husband having lost ills
life during a race riot in that place The
memoaial also states:
“We would like to ask for a law to
to be enacted to this effect that
should any state be found guilty of
mob laws and lynching it be expelled
from the union. The biscks could then
evacuate and all the negro haters could
have a state of their own wherein they
need not see a black face. Thus we
solve the negro problem."
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Tula Was a.lass of
11! THOUSAND POTSENT
The Speech of Acceptance
Was a Uraml One and
Brought Forth Much
Topeka, Aug. 28 W illiain Jennings
Bryan was today fotmaby notified of bis
uominallon for president of the United
Stateß by the populist party.
Ai ear y as Tuesday every train reach
ing this cty was packed with visitors
anxious to see tbe gieat leader and nom
inee of three powerful parties, and today
they were here by the thousands.
Mr, Bryan’s speech was great, grand
and glorious. Enthusiasm reached tliu
highest pitch possible.
AN Il FOREIGN YE l’.
Chinese Governor Has Exitrmntted
Shanghai, Aig. 23 —I he Chinese re
port that the al ies at I’ekin have de*
manded the execution ot Prince Ching,
the foremost. leader of the anti-foreign
movement. The governor of Hunan prov
ince has posted placards announcing the
extermination of the foreigners in north
China and u-giug all Chinese to do like
Ills Report Encourages the
LondoD, Aug. 2.H. —Roberts cables that
it se ms certa n that DeWct is finding it
hopeless to continue his way eastward
and lias recroseed the Malieslierg, few
wounded, with the Intention of return
ing to the Orange river colony, liis
guns are mostly buried, and Li* personal
following is not mure than three hun
HE PLAYED BALL.
Hot Mr. Henry Pearson Will Hardly
Play Any More This Season.
Sir, Henry Pcarsou was out yesterday
playing an exhibition game of base ball.
He was catching the ball in every way,
but someone threw him un “upshoot”
and instead of catching it in his hands,
he used his mouth, and quite a neat lit
tle gash is left aB a mark. Ho has de
cided not to catch for the Brooklyn
team next season.
A FIRE AT DOUGLAS.
Douglas, Ga , Aug. 22. -A house be
longing to Buck & Downing and occu*
pied by Ella Moore, a negro woman,
waß completely burned, with nearly all
its conten’s, at 9 o’clock Tuesday night.
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