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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
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Iwror Beipfl Eipss
Nil to Attack: Legate,
China’s Empress Is Responsible
for the Great Trouble the
pire Has Come To
S’lcloria, B. C., Sept, i.—Chinese
fcrefngeis jjy in the North ChiM, Gazette,
here tbtb.y, that the
HHSHBS Kara ami groveling at the
W&MUir ie truLprcis dowager, bo-ought
o >t to attack the ltgstious u.i bring
HRs on the empire, but was contemptu
fctualf refused by the empress and I'riece
tame payor sajs It.at y r
American ti. ;i.-i*t cr,
Ketteler, tin; Gen a . -
amelt by three r hine* •
the but th<i lattcT refus
-eu lo an d did not go
LI Yapja the uay he was killed.
The following acepum ? tut sortie by
the American vnarottia tr. atv~n: “The,
Mex man*. American i*gtk>r. was sr
-i-ouded by thousands of Chinese, when
Jleycr men char pad and dr*vg_
them back and held there at bay until
bshlcades ouuld be built.”
UCWO.IT FOB SmOMtHAI.
tPri, Bspt. s.—a dispatch from
Bhangbsi crates that French gun
boat is on her way to that port from
Taku, for the purpose of ascending the
yang Tee Kiang river,-lor the prctec
" tion of foreigners at Kklo and Her
kow. Three additional British w,--
•hipe hare entered Vaog Tee river,
" l*dording t Nankin advices L; Hung
Chang is said to hare demanded ier-
Vicaa of tiro maritime viceroys and
M. r.g !
negotiators. Tiie French
j, opinion of America’s Cbine>o policy is
it is quite untrustworthy, being
HJjßlKhsi, S'pt 3 —Two f'i
tpriests have reacted Kan Chau from
ii-ffe f*r inferior, who were escorted the !
who!* wry by ( hioss soldiers fur
nilbsd ty Yauan Sbi Kai, governor of i
Shan Too?. They assert that Yana#
Shi Kaf has 20,000 troops beyond Kiao
Chau. He *s disp ad, apparently, to
View opposing any aitempr at German
Bxpanaion, Yauan Hm Ksi ha been
reported • desri, bu r wsi found that
nn are m e confusion of
Washington, .->ept. S.—Gen. Barry
cables from Taka as follow*:
fee has everything well in band. H>*
driving power materially asais'.eo
prompt relief to legation. Consider*
ble arduous service. Condition if
troop xoeilent.” A considerable pir
tion iiMis dispatch, which was nor
mads public, related to military dt-
Washington, S?pt. 3.—Mjv Par
ley, surgeon in charge of tbc Taku
hospital, cables: “Barrister reports
one hundred and twenty sick at front,
two hundred at Tien Ts n, and ulfirj
slightly ill. All woundtd brtugh
from front for relief. Will tsk * sii
serere cases in boats, Plenty of sup
plies, All doing well.”
CLEW 6 LETTER
Chinese Ti ruble Stops (be Tradi g
New York, Sepr. B.—Current even's
are doc favorable to the success of any
pronounced at ibis
time. While what se-erog ooDsidw-oO
basic conditions are generally satis-,
faotory and might be depended,, yjpmb,
in ordinary times to dtvrlop So <i|l
and stronger marjfct; **£, ir vjlteW?
the numeroua uncert|iwfli£
iio and the mitqgr it wajß&jH
folly tw atteaSpt
movement until s%
respite's is somewhat ftnpnjjfrd..JCfcflk
ed to these factors is the nt sfsj
willingness of the deopie to buyetofsS
at the present level in the abcence of
some very decided sSimulim. Such a
stimulus might have beee furthcoming’
had the big operators taken bold and
exercised their lifting powers; but
evidently, for such reasons as jvai
suggested, they have elected, to pvst
pohf activities of untila more
propitious time, isesitatioos ot this
sort naturally encouraged the trading
•element to take tide short side of the
nttwtk-.'t; and sales on 'W *oou#t, as
well as for a few weary bulls, have
bvoa tbe only relief in an exceedingly
asoßOtonou* atsd unioteraetiog osar
j|k < t-j.: ■■ •A' •" * '•'* if- ■y* V l i** *?&y
’nßßjtf y-of.f. ■ I rnMrri •“**•
C. J. Kelly, Femandma; K. Barber,
Cincinnati; Tho*. Joiner, Macoe.;-B/F*
Fl®yd, Waycrosa; C, F. Uabt|New York';
B, O, Middleton, AtkiusoffjJ
Macon; H. B.Weed. J U-affri.
eUabteu, Cincinnati; A.
Macon; T. Hubbard, ti*
Clark, Savannah; G. W.
•I. C. Burrows, Atlanta; I. W.NSleu afrl
Wife, Atlanta;*K. Swint, Maton;!?#.
Hiddell, AUanta;W.C,Cql,*At]#vttU;, }j
' • alnes, Jackson viiic- U. LifpV&Fit ojjlf
trie; J. il. Fultz, Altoona; J,
A 810 FEE.
Louisville, Sept. 3. It develops that
Arthur Goebel bus placed a claim of
£IO,OOO against the estate of Governor
William Goebel, In favor of Dr. J. N.
Me' iroiick of Bowling Green, forger*
| vices rendered in attendance on Goebel
| alter lit was shot. Goebel’s wound was
'realized to be a mortal one, and it. wa
his ambition, to live until he could be
as governor of Kentucky, V
Conmek worked constantly with him,
anil the b’g fee is in appreciation of hia
Bar Ha-bor, Me., Sept. 3.—Groat
Britain's North Atlantic bquadrtn wilt
be formally received and weleomi and at
port today by the Nor h Atlantic
Squadron of the United States. The
affair prorabet to be a brilliant me.
'he vessels arc expected to stay in the
harbor 'or one week
/the national league.
At Brooklyn— Brooklyn, 9; Cbict
At Bosto r —BoatoD, TANARUS; Pittsburgh.
At Philadelphia—Philadelphia, 10;
St. Louis, 2.
BRUNSWICK, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1900-
Repin® of New York,
Otal aifl Couecliciit
•* " _ " -#M
There Is' CMteaffon®?
pul,'roMnßnpA|(iTb tatet. hern
^ (V9 p fnatti
■jjfifl' . ti eftet at At^roi'bijiit-^. I Vioct-'
sow uj.. If therf*.
11 -ntdipe ten
yi 7 '-**' . -'.a
Lt. Gov. \V U !i*'til will,
•l itv. rect ivt roi.. u -
New HaveO, Conn., fjcti,'4 r -i-Tbel
Uepubl'can State Cant
htUt tier* l]a of
precosaaiVeil. *r apprehvnded,-
and the' expeeted to
g*> kfeim.: The c i*-
'.y the Stac; (jommi.ftetf had
io mtnd, being iddreksad' !y to'S**?
publicans, not to all thoaa who inteiid
•d aupp irting the Repttbllean tiekel.
Tne diseensian of ,the CarrtwiillAele
gallon at. the Miy nouveatioo ie not
expected to be repeated.
ji j/jff: K _ ?V ' e- *—- •
Bjpt. -Th.- ftipiibtl
J*i of tjkif Sjate will hold cpr veo-
nfifeiination U full
State ti.jkgt arid dlector?. E-H, Csh*
XO9 rigroeeutrfiefa in orq
vott. c:it it! the isat-'c lit
thou:•'it. to nSibiir.
B&<i IIJ EEI IfleO NVE NK.
Se’pt.. 3.—The an
nul convtnffon,of the National A
sdeia'ion of Stationary Engineers of
tbe United States opened here today.
Se -ions will cuininua until ti e :ri.
E .gin-era of prurniner.es from alt
over the country are present, and ttss
convention promises to surpass in re
■u; * auy other eu;h meeting.
Glasgow, Spt. B. Ihe bubonic
plague is spreading, and baa reached
Ga w in, on the left bank ol the Clyde,
below the city. A boy died there Sat
urday. Teday the medical authori
ties testified that he was a victim of
tbe disease. Three addition* cases
have been reported ia .he oi'y.
COTTON MILLS S'J’e K T
Biddoford. Me., Kept. 3 T* e Soco
mills started up here ort full tin e to.
dt>’. All m.l s have been c< Bed
down here for some time pa.t, and the
renewal of business greatly eases the
strained iudujirlal situation.
New York, Bopf 3.—T00 last Big re
gatta of the season is that of the Mid.
die Sin e ' Rstatta Association is be ug
held or th'- Harlem riter hero to - ay.
Great Leafier Tails telly
IS IN GOOD VOICE
•And M&te Eloiiaent "and Uon
vinciugSpeoTi Which Caught
ss? the Crowd from the Start.
8 —Pu'ly fifty thous
and at Klectrio I’ark
today to iv William J. Bryan, the
great demOcratio leader, apeak. Mr.
Bryan % at hi* beat and made one of
thoßO excellent and oonvinoing gems
oratory, for which he is hoi visually
notej- ~*f' y " € ■ '
* iiws 'FltOJtt McAHXKUK
F .. _ f*
icans Lose Oee.Rilled and
e. Six WoiiodeiL f
- ■ , v- V .
•■’•!■- :t General sU
• • •!'.! owing :
B** "ral Reports an opt
pt.' ist. Lie.its
A, W t
T.evack. of the Forty-fourth,Volunteer
InTaotty, reports an engsgemnc near
Raman Bphai. Our losa was one killed
aad *is wtundfd. The enemy’s lots
W one hundred and twenty. Further
dstalls not reoeived,”
women tq, aid.
Chicago, Bept B.—'Die headquarter*
of the Woman’s RepnbHifian ShtWcoln
were opened in tie Great
Northern hotel. Plans for a vigorous
campaign have been laid, and the fair
politicians are determined to. push
their t icket with energy. Music will
B* furnished by tile^rgjif,ixariCi; at sll
wprd ..il by the regu
lar Republic!®' The “end'ess ohain
bt letters,” wbiuh w>(l he operated
throughput the *8 f nte, ir expected to
wonuri votes for tl.e ’
' PHILIPPINE CABLE
New York, Sept. 2-Tbe first -ection
of ihe Dew Phi'ippiue cable was today
tamed over Ply the Safety Inrulntcd
and Cable Compimy fo Hie r ov
erument ofHciils bore T ’-is eeciion is
000 miles hng and cost SfloO/XlO r l’he
cable wi:| be ship, el to Afamla rn
the transport Burnside, whicn hat been
fitted Into a cab e sioaintr The st..r
on the Work of laying the P..ciUo ea' le
is 1o be made ut M mla.
8u Francisco, Sept. B.—The new
•tetmer Kimball cleared from this port
today for her second triptoNuma,
Alaska. Much interest is sat on this
two, me of the presence ot s*verai
government officials aboard, who will
investigate tba rumors of the disease
•trioken camps of gold seekers. A
number of bridal parties on their
honeymoons also sailed on the vessel,
FOR TUNE FOR LIVING.
Yonkers, N. V., Sept. 3. Simply
tor having lived 23 years, Mug Emil
H, Trevor, one of the in >st populi'
you'.g wnrneii ot this city, will today
come into a fortune of sl,lBB,T9f>. ’I his
large tnnup! represents Miss Trevot’.
ehireiof th.,Leal ate het Xaijier,
theta’* Jobu B Trevoh, wiip died
Diioember 20, JSOft .JBy the terms of
his will, liJjsYTrivor, then a giri-of
■ '1 ' :•'• ...
id,,was to reueive ouc-ftfUi el rtbe'-ft&r,
■ •• ■ V;. J ', , , :
tate, provided.she attained the ago of
20 years. That time haa-cow arrived,
and a fortune has been gained in an
extremely iinjiyii'e way,
A Day for General Hard Falls Was
i-Jiie'ri' were all kinds of accidents yes.
. tefday. F.veu before the crowd reached
their destination a carryall broke down
with a heavy load and thore was a gen
eiil scramble. The first bicycle race re
sulted in two accidents. The two wheel
men who were leading tho race collided
aud the mixup was a caution. The win
ner of thia race fainted just as he cross
ed the 1 ne, aud it took all kinds of wa
ter to restore him. .
In ttie foot race, which was next oh
• 1 /’ v *&..'%,
two of the runnere tell,
rolled over about ten timed, and on eh ad
to be carried off the track . During the
first horse race one of tho leading kernes,
wljKtfi senned to bo g'yiug at full Speed,
suddenly stopped, but the ridsr wept on
—over bis head.. Two physicians were
c|ft)Jcde #lu 4h#tiext beat horseyeoN
lided, the one stredit the
ieroe, and the other w'autjjjj to see how
tbe ground .van. V A.,
I * Then came a feature which was not
on jjxogramme, A party of race
irseW .Lltbwers, all white, got into an
nr'gamhhlt, which grew hot, hotter, hot
test. When !kis last stago ot tho dig.
fliutsioi), war* reached It look a fight to
settle tt. TWO started it, but it took
tm, .including jtao police officers, to stop
it. There Vaa' Idootl In the air, blood
on tho ground, bud blood everywhere
in fact, it : . *.s , ail,
down and dragJonjl ac’fl^p.
K few more *xo l ltin^r* l ee,i.
flcoidcot. Ah'ov,' iweo /-
live negroes, .,wh<^ wanted t? .sc'je fun
„ fem, cl|piiea :
19 n W trorrihto'wtiiS'i let '^^y
breast ho camel’s -bse!;, so diif the last
mapPbFJßak the limb’. Down It "cim*
j < vetWl * til i g.,t
It ma, Sept. 3—L g H precetdiogs
■ havu be jo opened a.-atnst Counts M& ;
latest! and Cla .cabiiia
who sue obargul w th being c nnc-eted
with the conspiracy which ei.d-.d in t e.
ranrilor of Kii g Humbert.
Bo h will ho Kdjudg.d guilty in ric
faiilt of t'u ir apptiuiarice. Ma’ut eta i
a tr sent 1 . Lordon, Chaacabtila} i.
Louisville, Ky,, bept 3 —The preei.
dential campaigu was auspiciously in*
augumed here today bv a fo-n.a. open •
ing of the campaign aqu. ti .r; a*, on
hundred and nineteen different lownr,
where addresses were mdo rlmnlisnc
ousiy. The fight promises (o be a hot
SCHOOL FOR NEGROES.
Cbamtersburg, Sept. 3. —A sch <•!
for the business lustrum on of tl.o oe< r<>
race no I’l'ei el here today. The f ur
ooB; el o s to hare a summer Chau
tauqua at < wnucobearue Ist,nil and
■mkafaii tinelcfse tduealon of iho
ra .h, iliuw log pu, Is Isom an pare of
>h non . *
PRIGE FIVE CENTS.
fle Hates a Wager of
fi HffflT FOR BRffl
If Bryan is Eleoted the Tammany
Chieftain Will Pocket $50,000
and if He Loses Wormser
Will Win $20,000
Richard Crokac stands to win 100,-
00Q upon the e’eed n of \Y, J, Bryan
while should he lose Louis W. Wertn
ser will get $20,000 of the Tammany
Me, (’loiter is known lo predict a
ururalily fur Biysn in Greater New
York or HO 000, ard this wag, r indicate
that bjs hophfnl view is pot mere cam
llfr, Wormser had already -fttagieed a
U ' K i# Ue ° n at same
J . Au’gUvt :13rd he
placed sf; ( ,<oo aea i L>l . SB,OOO. Of this
* lO ‘LoO vent o cover f l;*000 put up by-
If. A, CoopF,, The name ol tU* per on,
who advsncod b-* Otter *4,000 or- the
Bryan bet wai witiftrM Tho araruntf.
° ; M ’ orm *3f> ttyr is estimated
, t 0, 'i 1,11 i tha tempting
for Mr. Croker’a
, lr " i| " • t ’ nr, / ! " hav'ng l,(. cn
grr ’,Belland Company, a
The dFcat W.vck for governs
Bryan . SI-. l "',k-
Kcoup'ea his loss if 189?
In the opicion of -omo of tbe domo
ct’iiie h ad era, the ei<;Ctlonbettirg odds
will be shorter toward tbe end of the
xii4)ftl S n, so that it will be possible to
out hets made now, and leave a
margin of profit sbou'd
Hlryan win. without the possibility of
iiEs ir the event of bis defeat.
Sevc al other wag rahavc been mad*
o be took Exchange. John H. Dunn
p aci-rr £O,OOO on ’-iryan ogir]|t sl3 000
" ’* , wi h John U. 81,aw. Mr
Dunn iff’.aed SO.ooomore on the same
terms bu 1 his ofier wai not tnken.
HE I URN TONIGHT
3Phf local marhßmrn who went to
Snyam ill to enter the sate sbeot will
rp*u rt • tlip eln tonight or early to
nic •.-* r Si. . Tor v doubtless did
’ 1 ’ ’ imes all office
would ■u e one s-eg.d wth tele
gram, as n gbt. Beoauso of the fact
that nothing h >* beoi; heard from them
aum* one to believe that they are not
Nl ' w H"PI. 8 - The theatrical
.s. on here may n(w • oonaidered la
full blser. Tonight th. Criterion and
Lyceum theatres opened up, and these
abmt complete the list of houses to
open here this lunnsie.