THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 13.
118 11 1
B;i, Hitet's Slayer,
Gels a Lift Sentence.
mm BY SOLDIERS
Many Turned Out to See
the Famous Murderer
Milan, Aug. 29.—Gaetano Bresci was
found guilty and sentenced to life im
prisonmeut today for the assasslna'ion
of King Humbert. Eleven witnesses
for the prosecution and five for the de
fense were called.
The crowd cheered wiHly when the
verdict was announced.
An immense crowd gathered about
the court early this morning, although
the hearing began at 9 o’clock. Bresei
sat in the dock calm and almost indiffer
ent. His counsel, Signor Merlino,
made a request on va ious grounds for
an adjournment, which was refused. It
is said that Bresei wrote the judges he
w aid not reply to inter,' ogatories. So -
fliers and gendarmes were plentifully
(fc. ttered about the court room, The
prisoner was brought in heavily ironed
and escorted by a squad of soldiers.
MOKE ANAKCMSIS ARRUSTKD.
Rome, Aug. 29.—A number of ana'ch
ists, one of whom is named Antonio
Teprato, were arrested today in Garraro
wineshop, and in Teprato’s possession
was found orders from one ot the Amci
loan branches of the Internationa! broth
erhood giving direc.ions as to “The
King” A revolver, two poignarde and
a-bottie of oi'y fluid were found in his
The prisoner managed to chew up and
swallow paper which the police tried in
vain to recover.
TO SETTLE ALASKA CLAIMS.
Victoria, B. C., Aug. 29.--Court op
ened in Allin today to settle disputes
I )ter mining claims there and i the re-
Porcuptne district. Judge Martin,who
was recently selected by the Vntoria
government and ve ted with extraordi
nary powers on settlement, will sit on
the cases, The court is xpected to clear
up many questions which have threaten,
ed international complications.
Montreal, Can., Aug. 19 —The Ca
nadian Manufacturers’ Association
opened I’s big convention In this city
this morning Large numoers ol the
representative business men of the
provinces are present. Tomorrow ev
ening the convention will be closed
with a banquet.
TAAE SUMMER PALACE.
Pekin, Aug. 29.-The J.p.nese
troops took the summer palace today.
The Winter Palace ie -tili cloaely
guarded. The K .tsiane wish to des
troy and the Japanese to save it. Ibe
southward m x'.ni-nt was bfgoo to
day. s nun <d in- iro p 9 wl. re-ram
hereto , rote i ti'iv.il.-.
RUSSIA SAYS THE TASK
OF THE ALLIES IS OVER
A Dispatch From St. Petersburg Says the Czar's
Government Will Soon Make This
London, Aug. 26. —A special dispatch from St. Petersburg contains
a remarkable assertion that Russia will almost immediately notify the
powers that she considers the relief ot the Pekin delegations as the final
accomplishment of the military task of the allied forces.
A Cabinet Conference.
"Washington, Aug. 29. —A special cabinet conference on the Chinese
situation was held today. Coming so close on the regular cabinet meet
ing of yesterday it gives rise to expectations of important developments,
"Washington, Aug. 29.—" While the story of the defeat ot the allies
in Pekin is dicredited, both Washington and London adyices from the
China capital indicate that the international forces were six days ago
about to make a southward movement, which, until the arrival of de
tails or explanations may give rise to some anxiety. Chaffee is reported
to be preparing to maintain 15,000 men all winter.
FROM LORD ROBERTS.
His Daily English Report
the Boer War.
London, Aug. 29. Roberts reports
under date of Beldfsst, August 28, as
follows: “Bujiar advanced and occu
pied 'Maoh&didorpb. This afternoon
tbe enemy made a very poor stand and
retired northward fo'lowed by Dun-
Donalds mounted troops who ouuld
not proceed beyou-J Helvetia, on ao
oount of and Hi -u 11 nature of the grounds
and because the enemy took a position
too strong, dislodged tbe mounted
GERMAN TROOPS FOK CHINA.
Cologne, Germany, Aug. 81.—The
embarbation of the German East Asian
army brigade began today. Oyer 7,000
men will be transported, This work
must be accomplished within eight days
The yassets of the North German Lloyd
and the Hamburg-American lines are
doing the transporting. Vast quanti
ties of supplies and (war materials will
also be forwarded.
HE LEFT TOWN.
It is said that T. Borokoff, who has
been conducting a clothes cleaning
establishment on Bay street, baa taken
a rather sodden leave, and a number
of creditors are very gorry (bout bis
Washington, August 28,- John
Buchanan has been commissioned
postmaster at Lassie, Fla., and William
P. El vai s h.s tinea commissioned
p .-sttn-.-"e? •* Wit* acocchi", Fis.
BRUNSWICK, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1900.
jA BATCH OF CHINESE NEWS
| Reports From the Scene of Trouble Tell
of No Fighting.
l’arif, August 29.—Communications
are being exchanged natively between
Paris, Berlin and St. Petersburg, sub
ject of which is not disclosed.
London, August 29.—Chinese min
ister here says Chang is still in
Shanghai, he baring reoaived a
dispatch from him there dated August
Paris, August 29.—Autboritia
continue to repress disorders in tbe
BerliD, Aug. 29. According to a
WILL NOT PARADE.
The Riflemen Decide Not to Partioi
ptte is The Labor Celebration.
The Brunswick R fl-men, at Ifceir
mating last night, dec ded not to par
tic pate in the Labor day oeiebration
The fact that several of their mem
bers will be in Savannah to attend the
target shoot on that day, and aa all of
the members cannot get off to partici
pate, it was thought beat (or the com
pany not to take part in the parade.
The company voted on the motion,
and it was carried by a unanimous
¥>!* to cl.c’ir-e U.o ■rv * t '
■ h 9 ?J k - .
dispatch received today - ' from Tien
Tv.in, the .Japanese foroet are under
att . and to bs on their way from Taku to
Pao Ting Fu, with thd direct object
of occupying that city.
A CONVOY ARIUVKS.
Berlin, Aug. 29.—The G*rman vice
admiral at Taku reports tbs arrival at
Pekin, on August 22nd, of a Gorman
oonvoy with provisions, Ths railroad
from Tien Tain to Yang Tsun is work
ing, but from the latter place to Pekin
tbe road is in bad condition.
PRIZE DRILL AND DANCE.
The Riflemen Will Give One on Sep
tember 12. h
Tha Brunswick Riflemen droided at
their meeting last night to give one of
I their old time prize drills rnd danoes
oo September 12th .
Tbe Riflemen used to give these en
tainmente monthly, but they were
suspended on account of the bol
weather, and. It is thonght after this
one it given, they will give tbe young
folks a go"d **•> eh fleet AVedpusday
igt t ir (Very month ourn g be ?. la
GRAND ARMY MEETING
Mayor Carter Harrison Welcomes
to ths big City.
Chiorgo, II:., Aug 29 - The general
business meetings of the thirty-fourth
encampment of the Grand Army of
the R'public were held today. The
veterans sere welcomed by Mayor
Harrison in a short speech, to which
a response was made by Cotmnander
in-Chief Stisw. The Department of
lliinoise, through its commander, J.
M. Longeneoer, then formally wel
comed tbe visiting poets, and tbe busi
ness of tbe meetmg was opened.
Very little outside of routine matters
Tha Rifle Contest is Now on
Seagirt, K. J., Aug. 81.—The Inter
state rifle oonteat, to oontinua until
September 9, opened here todey,
There lea large repreeentation, oraok
merkemen being present from nearly
every state in the Union. Tbe lillton
tropfaoy match bae attraetrd much
interest in tbe National Guard, and
among those States to oompete are
New York, New Jersey, Masseohu
setts, I)ic r,oi of Columbia, Minneeotu
BFO MEETING TONIGHT.
The white labor union will bold a,
mammoth meeting at their hall over
Newman’s tonight, and as very iw/
portant business w’ll come up for oia>-
possl, ad ai mb r are urged to be
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Emperor William Must Bo
JAPAN MID RUSSIA WAKUD
These Two Nations Are
Suspected of Seeking
to Partition the
London, Aug. 29 - The aUies, resum
ing aggressive operations, have taken
the district west of Pekin. This state
ment, based on Chinese, authority, la
cabled from Shanghai. From the snmo
place comes the further statement that
Li Hung Chang has wired the empress
dowager at Hsian Fu requesting the ar
rest of Prluce Tuan and the disarma
ment of the boxers, in order to give him
an opening for oegitmilons with the
The illuminations projected at Shang
hai in ce'ebration of the relief of Pekin
haye been abandoned, lest they should
cause a native outbreak,
“Evidence has been received bore,’’
eay the Shanghai correspondent of the
Standard, “going to show that General
Yung Lu was the real author of the anti
foreign outbreak, the empress dowager,
Prince Tuan and the others haring been
persuaded by him to take an extreme
attitude, while he stood astdo and await*
The American refugee missionaries in
Amoy, according to the Hong Kong
correspondent of the Daily Mail, are
anxious to return to the interior, but the
United States consul has forbidden them
to do so, and urges them to go to the
Philippines or America.
Shanghai advices to the Daily News
says that consular opinion there looks
up jii -Japanese action in the landing of
troops at Amoy despite the protests of
the consuls as similar to that of Russia
a'. New Chang, the while indicating a
tendency to partition the empire.
“Russian journals agree,’’says the
Moscow correspondent if tbs Standard
“that it is impossible to deal with
China in the spirit of revenge, as
suggested by Emperor Wil iam. They
Relieve that methods lata drastis oan
belter accomplish the end* of Rusiia
in Manchuria. The question would be
satisfactorily settled to Russian mind*
by the se xure of the aorthern prov
MARKETS BK TELEGRAPGH.
NEW YORK COTTON.
Now York, Aug. J.-The following table
ebows the range in prices of cottou for the dif
Open. High. Low. Close
August 9 OS ill! 9 07 Hull
October 8 49 8 51 8 4S 8 48
December.. 8 40 8 43 8 37 8 37
.January 8 40 4 u 8 37 8 39
New York. *ig. 29.—The leading futures
ranged as follows in the New York Produce
Wheat, No. 2.—Open. High. Low. (dose
Sept 79 3-4 SO 8 3 79 1-2 80 S-8
Dec 81 '-S 82 3-8 811-2 82 38
Cos? n. No. 2
Kept 45 l* y iZ 44 3-1 L'C-8
Let. i. -s •. V -8 11.3-ti