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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUMEXI. NUMBER 9.
Defeated Starkey id New
"York Last Ni|M.
IM ONLY TWO ROUNDS
Bob Puts the Big
Sailor Out in Short
Order —The Fight
Seaside Club, New York, Aug. 24. —
Seven thousand people saw Robert
Fitzsimmons defeat Tom Sharkey
bare tonight in two rounds. The figll
was one of the quickest fought battles
ii the history of prize figbtirg.
Both men went at it from the first
lound of the gong, at.d fought like
lemons until it ended.
THE FIOHT IN BOUNDS.
Hound I—Sharkey starts, leading
mb left Both side step, and keep
iff lands. Tom rushes. Fitz puts
ig.||on neok. Tom misses good swing
Bob’s right goes around the sailor’s
staggers Fi;z with left od
jaw. Boh hits T.m on jaw with
right. They clinoh. Tom hooks Bob
4>*ok of ear; Bob upperouts with right
end sends left to stomach. Tom
reaobes Fitz stomaoh with hard left.
Bub staggering with heavy lsft on eye
Blow maddensFuz,who rushes in with
left and right. Sharkey rather, drops
Fi z wish left on jaw, and right on
heart, Sharkey fell on Fi zin uproar.
Round 2,—Tom rushes, Filz drops
him with right on chin, Tom rushes
Bob to ropes, but fails to land. Bob
ehif a out in oeoter of ring and stag
gers Tom with right oo jaw and fol
lows with left, on jaw and wind.
Sharkey rushes ineffectively, Fiiz
lands left oo jaw and right on ear.
He dt3|s T mwitb left on stomach;
Tom rleejLgroggy, and swing aimless
ly; Fitz steps in close and throws off
Tom’s ewing and pats corking left on
jsw, sending Sharkey down. Fitz
Sharkey falls od boards on tide
with bead turned under; Referee
White starts to count, whie Sharkey
never beard it, he is out and Lanky
Bob deolared the wioier. Time of
round, ’wo inmu'erjand tlx seconds.
Soene at finish iodesoribable. Fi'a’s
Admirers yells themselves hoarse,
‘making wild breaks far the ring.
( Police stop iherusb. Crowd starts to
leave the building. Sharkey lifted to
garner, riviying quickly. Fitz orosses
■ to sailor’e corner, shaking bands tel
ing Tom be put up a great battle.
Sbarkay nods pleasatnly. Tnen be
tivet the ring. Neither man bears
irke.tiave a scratch o S.a key’s
; utb, from which blood trickles.
A Temple Burned.
faebiigtoo, August 21.—Consul
Amoy, China, cabled this
ton that the Japanese temple at
slace was burned by a Chinese
: Marines landed to proteot Japa
* tfficeri, while order was beiDg
CHAFFEE THINKS THAT
THE FIGHTING IS OVER
A Batch of News Notes from the Seat of War—Sev
London, Aug. 24 —Additional Pekin news contained in the dispatch
received at St. Petersburg from Manager Dusso of the Chinese bank,
dated Pekin, August 14, says casualties during the siege were 75 killed
and 120 wounded.
Fighting at Tien Tsin.
London, Aug 24. —Dispatch Tien Tsin says fighting is resumed in
that vicinity. The Chinese attempted to cut the allies’ communication
but were repulsed. Losses to allies slight. Official dispatch from Pekin
received at Tokio says the allies have burned the residence ot Prince
London, Aug. 24, —Dispatch from a Shanghai news agency says
eight of fourteen English missionaries who started together from Shnassi
have reached Kanow after suffering frightful barbarities.
Waiting for Orders.
Pekin, Aug. 16, via Shanghai, A.ug. 23 —The allied troops have sur
rounded the Imperial City and stationed sentries at the gates. They
refrain from entering, pending instructions from their governments.
Chaffee says fighting is ended. Captain Reilly was buried at the lega
tion grounds. Gen. Chaffee, British and Japanese generals and many
civilians were present.
THE CZAR NEXT-
Prediction of a Rabid New York
New York, Aug. 24.—Mme. Jennie
Tannler is a rabid anarchist who has
been selling Bressi but ons for the past
"I realized $7.40 trom this sale,” she
said, 1 all of which will go to the ‘group’
to aid Bressi’s wife. Bressi wan a great
man. Humbert was a tyrant and de
served death; the czar is the same. Vic
tor Emanuel 111 is safe; he will not and
cannot live more than two years. The
emperor of Germany is bad, but not so
bad as the czar. He will be the next to
Mine. Tannler is a French woman.
A Young Hero.
Washington, Aug. 24.—Calvin P. Tit
us, who scaled the wall at Pekin and
secured for the United States ihe honor
of first planting its standard thereon, is
an lowa boy. He is only 19 years and
0 months old.
Pretorls, August 24 —Lieut. Cordua
was fouad guilty of complicity in the
plot to murder the British officer* and
abdnot Lord Roberts. He baa been
sentenced to death.
BRUNSWICK, GA., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1900.
EXTRA SESSION PROBABLE
McKinley Has Been Sounding Promi
Washington, Aug 24.—There is a
strong probability of congress being
called together in eztraordioary ses
For some dsys the president faae
been oonetdermg this and has,through
letters, been sounding prominent re
publican leaders. Tne views of a num
ber of these have already been receiv
ed, but it is probable that ne final de
cision will ba reached for a few days
yet, within which lime others w.li be
There Is * division of op nion in the
repli e which hive teen received in
response to the presidents Irquirles,
some republicans being strongly of
t e opinion that the prssident should
summon ooogress and place upon lbs
shoulders tbs responsibility for the
future policy of the government In
Chine, while others are strongly op
posed to an extra session on pcliiicii
grounds. The President ie understood
to incline toward the extra sension
idev, while S-netor Hanna and some
of the other aotlve politicians taka the
other view of it.
AKRON, 0.. MILITARY CAMP.
The City is a Mass of Bine
Akrou, 0., Aeg. 24.-Akron look*
verj much like a military oamp today,
re patrolling every part
the city. Twelve companies art now
London, Aug. 24.—A despatch from
Uoog King says the Chinese wracked
the missions at Fukinkiangsi province.
French mission at Rwantung was at
tacked by a mob, but were repulsed by
marines and the French gonboati
Her Efforts at Last Crowned
Paria, Aug. 24.—The elf rrt
tot Madame Dreyfus to secure a com
piste vindication of her husband has
at last borne fruit. President Louhe'
Is preparing a message asking for
general amnesty for Dreyfus, P qart
and five persons sentenced by high
ourt. Afterwards It is stated that
*e President will retire.
Washington, August 24 Remey
tsrfbles frem Taku, under date of Aug
ust 22: ‘‘Cables open to Pekin, and all
troops under Hancocx landed. Marines
gone Tien Tsin. Private Woods, Sla
rine corps, accidentally drowned. Han
cock carried four companies Fifteenth
infantry and lour batta'ions of the third
artillery and about five hundred inar.nes’
Bryan’s Dates in New York
New York, Aug. 24 —Chairman
Frank Campbell, of the Democratic
State Committee, announces tba
William J. Bryan will speak in tbi*
city on Ootober 16th; Aloaoy, October
17tb, and Rochester Ootober 18th
Ex-Senator Hill will preside at the
Albany meeting and make an address
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
America Will Ask for M
REPORTS FROM CHAFFEE
Russia Seems to be Going
It Alone in Pekin—The
Chinese Troops De
W ashington, Aug. 24.—The cabinet
decided at a meeting this afternoon to
invite a conference of the powers to de
termine the future of China. Two dis
patches from Chaffee sent in reply to
this government's request on "opera
tions, situations, requirements," were
considered as a leport.
Russia is taking a couise in I‘ekln in
dependent of other nations. London
dispatchss from China show a military
administration, consisting of a repre
sentative of each of the allied powers
established u I'ekin. London’s Indian
government lias given extensive con
tracts to Canadian manufacturers for
use of troops In China.
A Shanghai telegram reports that
Tuan has been captured. The empress,
after journeying from Pekin and finding
Tung Fu troops uncontrollable and
burning and ravaging the countiy, be
came terrified and turned back. Chang
confirms the report regarding the de
moralized condition of the Imperial
British Vessel Is a Total Loss.
Crew Picked Up,
Aden, August 24 The British steam
er "Ingra" bound for New York, is
ashore near Cape Guasdqua, Africa,
the ship is probably a total loss Capt.
Bui kel!, eight Europeans and twenty
blacks, all members of the crew, were
picked up. The rest era musing. The
missing took boats and may have reach
ed the coast. African savage s are plun
dering the wreeg.
It Was Filed Yesterday Morning
In New York.
New York, Aug. 24.—The will of the
late Coliis P. Huntington was Hied to
day. The dead railroad magnate left
the'bqlk of his great wealth to his wid
ow, adopted son and nephew. Mrv
Huntington bus the largest shire. The
Hampton institute got $: 1,000, Princess
II a Isle Idt g-is an income of a million
during her lifetime.
Berlin, Augm 24. —A Pekin despa’ch
says the body of Baron Von Kettelcr
has been found in the Chinese cemetery
near where the. assassination occurred.
It was found on examina ion that death
was exuaed bv a bullet in ths head. The
body will be rcintemd in the Chri.tian