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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 18.
INI TO Til
Imperial IM Issued ly
PLAGE ENVOYS SELECTED
Li Hung Cfitng Given Two Ass<d
oiates to At With Him—Pow- '
ore May ReCuse to Reoog
aize thj> Envoys.
Shanghai, Sspt. 4. —An imperial
' edict :>m issued, appoints Priooe
Chin*, Yang I.u end Hear Ting to
act; wet!) Li Hang Chang in negotia
ting peace with tbe power*. The
Yang T* viceroy* are entirely ig
WON’T RECOGNIZE COMMISSION.
London, Sept. 4.—A diepateh from
Shanghai, giving tbe names of tffe ool
_Jeaguee of Li Hung Chang in tbe
negotiations, says that tbe pow-
refuse to recognizs this com
mission, personnel of wbiob is
composed , 0 f 00e Cbinese and three
VroAT QUIUESK papers say.
Shanghai, Sept. 4 —Dispatches an
wounding that tea American govern
ment refuses to sgree ta * witbdrswel
of the troops from Pekin before satis
faction for outrages and
Americans have been received here,
and are applauded by tbe entire for
eign oolony at Shanghai. Maasee of
Chinamen now believe the Cbinese
army was victorious against tbe allies?
The native papers print lurid acoounts
of tbe Chinese soldiers, and also show
pictures of foreign missionaries being
tortured in tbe pretence of the vice
HOW GERMANY STANDS.
Cologne, Sspt. 4.—Tbe Gazette, whose
utteranoes are usually inspired offi
cially, in discussing the policy of Ger
many in China, denies allegations of
the foreign prese to the effect that
military preparations m
dioate an adventurous policy. Tbe
Uazette announces that Germany
will not attempt any dismemberment
of China, but merely desires atone
ment for the murder ef her minister
and an extension of
ilegea. The Gazette adds; “Our oom
meroial interests point unmistakably
to tbe policy of non-partition, and im
peratively demand that sueb a polioy
not only be theoretically acknowl
edged, but adhered to established
MARCHED THROUGH PALACE.
London, Sept. 4.—The latest reliable
Pekin date la now neafly a fortnight
An undated dispatch has been re
ceived at Vienna, reporting that tbe
allied troops marebed through the im
perial palace August 28tb, but it was
known that this day had been fixed by
tbe allied commander* for a formal
protnenaoe. There Is no other of any
M. Deßlowitz, the Paris correspond
ent of tbe Tims*, asserts that tbe ori
gin of Russia’s deoiiion to evacuate
Pekin was her desire to frustrate tbe
schemes of Emperor William and to
orrect the impression produced by
tbe Kalset’t speech, attributing to
Emperor Nicholas tbe initiative In
tbe appointment of Field Marshal
Coant von Walderiee to tbe command
of the international troopa.
TROUBLE IN HONG KONG.
Hong Cong, Sept. 4. -The anti-for
eign feeling israpldly deepening here.
In Canton province mob* of unem
ployed men are reported to b looting
house* and store*.
THE OREGON REPAIRED.
Captain Wilde Sends Report of the
Grounding of tbe Warship.
Washington, Sept. 4.—The navy de
partment has just received by mail the
official report of Captain Wilde of tbe
battleship Oregon, of the elreumetaucea
attending the grounding of that ehip In
the gulf of Pechill last June, and her
successful salvage. The report goes to
confirm the department’s previonsly ex
pressed conviction that the grounding
was not in any respect attributable to
fault on the part of Captain Wilde or
any officer of the Oregon, who, in fact,
appeared to have exercised extraordi
nary precrutions to guard against the
accident. The Orej-uanow been
day at Woo Sung, where she is to form
one of the international fleet to guard
the transpsrt service during the exist
ence ef the Chinese troubles.
PLANS FOR PEACE,
Q&iiin Powers Are Working On a
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t. 4,—lt is r.saored In of
s that certain powers are
a program ; embodying con
which peaec can bt restor
ed In UhinA.
It is proposed that the question of
withdrawing the troops from China
will be ignored. Thl* arrangement
will be a rebuke to Russia’s proposal.
SEW ALL WILL DIE.
Physicians Say His Death Is Expected
at Any Moment.
Rath, Me., Sept, 4,—The condition of
Eon. Arthur H. .Sewall is unchanged at
midday. He had not con
sciousness, and it was stated phy
sicians that there was absolutely no hope
for his recovery. His death is expected
at any moment.
Arrested On the French Frontier Yes
Rome, Sept. 4—Bohn Guinoppo. a
noted American anorebist, was arrested
on the Frenoh frontier this morning;
the Italian authorities are advised that he
came over from the United Slates to
kill the emperor of Austria,
WILL GO FOR HIS DAUGHTER.
Detorlt, Sept. 4.- President H, B.
Ledyard, of tbe Michigan Central
railroad, has received a oablegram
from his daughter, the widow of
Barron von Ketteler. the Germrn am
bassador to Chins, who was murdered
at Pekip, saying:
“Come to Yokohama for me.”
Mr. Ledyard will start for Yokoha
ma September 12th,
Mr. M. Ku*er will return from a
trip to Europe some time, next week.
BRUNSWICK. GA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5,190 ft
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o’kii * ia
He Will Be Nominated bj Aoola
mation T hie Morning—Wood-
raff for Lt. Governor.' 1
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Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 4.—The New
York republican convention was called*
to order at noon today and adjourned'
shortly afterwards. The coavsftlion
was reconvened at tour o’eloek. 1
reports of the different committees Were
read, and when tbe credentials commit
tee announced that there was no con
tests; the whole convention burst into
Nevada M, Straathan was made per
manent chairman. :/ , .i
When the convention meets tomorrow
morning ex-Gov. Black Mill. nominate
Genjamtn B. Odell for governor and
Timothy L, Woodruff for, lieutenant
governor. • - ~ 'W /
Thificon vent ion is very harmonious,
PRIZE FIGHTER KILLED.
fie Wins ths Fight, Ratifies Shortly
Loudon, Sept. 4.—Ponk Andrews
and paok Coon, two looal pugilists,
bad a savage fight last night. In tbe
fourth round Andrews received a
terrific blow in the jaw and neok, but
revived before he wa* counted out,
add continued tbe light. In the fif
teenth round Andrews laotid a knock
out bjow and wM declared tbe Winner.
Soon afterward# he began to feel badly
and an examination showed he was
suffering from ths resuts of the blow
in the fourth round. He grew steadily
worse and died this morning.
COFFEE COUNTY POPULISTS
They Put Oats Ticket for the County
Douglas, Ga., Sept. 4.—When the
democratic convention a week ago put
out a ticket for county offlesre it was
thought that the populists would not
putouta ticket, as the ordinary’s place
was left vacant for them lo fill. They
met here, however, Saturday and made
a full ticket. This results In there be
ing three candidates in the field for
representative. Judge C. A. Ward, Jr.
regular democratic nominee; J. M.
Denton, Independent, and T. L. Paulk,
NAVAL RESERVES RETURN.
They Report a Good Time At the Shoot
The team representing the Naval Re
serves which entered the shoot In Savan
nah, returned to the city last night.
While this team did not make a very
high score In the contest they report a
royal time. They all say that they en-
Joyed the trip, and speak in the highest
terms of the Forest City.
Cowarflly lillin Near
YOU MSN SHOE TO PIECES
H."?VV-*v v 7-' i-<& ■
Simply Because He Loved a Girl
and Defiantly Saw Her,
Four in Jail.
A-dnupfr . ..It a
Atlanta, Sept. ,4.—A special to the
Constitution from Colombia, 8. C.,
v.s.'W#* ■' • i.g" 9 *-*' -
Tbk body of H. Taber Earl, proprie
tor of a restaurant in Seneoa, was
fished out of Ssn*£| river this after
noon, three miiee from town, by tbe
sheriff of tbe eounty, while UatUe
Games, a young woman, gave direct
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ions to the officers where to And her
Earle and the girl were sweethearts
against the wishes of -the young wo
man’s family. They forbade Earle
entering tbe house, so lbs young,
couple mat in a nook by the river
where the water tumbles over great
rook: and the scenery is beautiful.
KaiW went to these meetings on his
iiic/clr, hie sweetheart living three
milei from town. Saturday
brothers and a brother-in law sus
pected the meetings, followed tbs
young woman and surprised the pair
together- The girl and Earle pleaded
for hie life, but the young men were
relentless and shot him to death.
Then they tied tbe body to hjs bioyole
and threw both foto /deep hole in the
river. t s
•v, m. ■& *,
The woman wis arrested
when jSlrf^ 5 , could not be found, and
someone reported baying seen them
together. After tryingTo shield her a
relations for a time ebe told tbe whole
story. All are in^jaiL
TO DISMLS3 APPEAL.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 4,—-In tbe
Third department of the Superior court
bore today, Attorney General Davies
moved to dismiss an appeal taken by the
“Ice Trust’’ from Justice Chester’s de
cision, thus permitting Referee N use
baum to go on with the examination of
the officers of the ice company. Tbe at
torney general’s motion for a dismissal
was based upon the ground that tbe or
der of Justice Chester at special term is
not applicable to the appellate division.
SPANISH WAR VETERAN,
Washington, D. C., Sept. 4,—The
veterans of the Spauish-American
war are bolding a reunion here today.
The gathering ie a large one, and
much enthusiasm i* manifested in re
collections of Cuban and I’orto Rican
campaigns. Tbe convention will last
Utica, Sept. 4.—Tbe Montreal Ex
preas and tbe Adrioodaok Express met
in a head-on collision at Holland
Patent thia morning. The engine
were wrecked. Five hundred people
were aboard tbe two trains, but none
were seriously inj ired.
RIFLEMAN MAT ENTER.
Mac* Talk Among Them of the Prize
Drill in Atlanta.. J
It is very likely that tbajßrunswioa
Riflsmen will enter tbe competitive
drill to be held in Atlanta at tbs fair
next month. As it only requites3s
men, including the officers, to enter,
the .Riflemen eoold easily get np a
orask team. ’
Considerable interest is already be
ing manifested, and it is thought tbe
military feature* of tbe fair will be
among the most entertaining to visit
or* ae well as to tbe soldier boys them
The three military day* are October
lltb, 12th and lltb, the latter being
the day of tbe great sham battle.
Colonel Park Wopdward, of tbe
Fifth regiment, waa seleoted to take
oharg* of all arrangements for tbe
sham battle. He will also hays tbs
troop* under bia commend daring the
Tht prizes determined upon to be
competed for Ootober lltb and 12, b,
are as follower
Company drill—First prize, $$00;
second, S2OO, and third, SIOO.
Squad drill—First prias, SIOO, and
Individual drill—Firat 'And only
The judges will ba selected from
regular army offliers, and only thoaa
from dlatant aides will be considered.
In thia way absolutely unbiased men
will ba sebbred.
Tents will be farnlehed all visiting
companies tree of coat, and meals will
iMbiairrsii at nominal prioea.
The outlook is for a splendid milita- *
ry exhibition, the beat Atlanta has ,
ever seen. Jjjj
A BOER FTiAQ.
Game Ne*r Causing a Riot \\ BafkariC
. bor7 Maine.
Bar Harbor, Ale., S'
Van if ess, a New porker, came near
tit a riot hero todays
When ttlo ships arrived
this afternoon, Van Ness hoisted a
large Boer flag on his lawn, and great
excitement was the result.
Large crowds gathered in the vicinity
of the flag and trouble would have fol
lowed had not the' chief of police ar
rived and pulled the flag down.
It Was Leading in the Shoot in Savan
From Mr. Indy itoss, who returned
from the shoot in Savannah last night,
the Timts-Call learned, that * Major
Dart’s battalion was leading for the
battalion prize in Savannah yesterday.
There are several battalions contesting
for the honor, and it was impossible to
finish yesterday, but after the close of
the day’s shooting Major Dart’s team
was in the lead,
FIRST NEW RICE,
The Savannas News of yeeterdsy
The first two cargoes of the new sea
son’s orop of of rioe arrived at the
Planters Mill yesterday, consigned to
W. OTlfforrell. Of the consignment
2,1100 bushels were from Mr. Utlpb
Elliott’s plantation jmd 1,000 buabels
The .grain looka very baTrt4ftl and
j KiCE FIVE CENT*:
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Chaffee Wails Only Firs
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II PEACEFUL CABLEGRAM
As Water in the River is FalJing
Rapidly He Wants Sup
plies to Be Sent
Washington, Sept. 4-General ;Ohaf
fee cable from Taku today that hostih
tiei are practscally over and
ke needs duly fi v thousand men in
China for the Winter, <•
Chaffee alto states that water in the
r * v * r ia falling rapidly and ha mast toon
have suppliei as flty miles of the railv
road which was torn up will not be re
paired before the rirer freezes.
The Weather Man Tells of g
The following was reooived by Mass.
’*■’ 'lVnnin.l g torm oentrtl
SpjiOtttheast Cuba. Vee-
J'io ith Will probably encoun
ter sf *. nortl *east Winds for next
iwaor tee flays. Storm may possi
ble if so timely
wiP’ will be given.
P- ra - Advisory, nortbeaat
storta moving 4:30p. jm. from Cedur
Keys, Tgmpa, Punta Ounta, Key
West, Miama and Jupita; Tropical
storms moving northeast over Western
Cuba, High and probably dangerous
north and northeast winds along
Florida coast during next 36 hours.
For Brunswick and vicinity: Proba
bly showers Wednesday; fresh to brisk
northeast to east winds.
PLAGUE IN GLASGOW.
Glasgow, Sept. 4.—A bulletin from
the medical offloers in Glasgow this
morning shows that an additional
plague case has been reported. This
now makes a total of 13 doubtful oaaes
tbers, under observation, 103.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPGH
NKW YORK COTTON.
New York, Sept. 4.-The following table
showK the range In price* of cotton for the dif
Open. High. Low. Close
October asr g7a NOO g 3
December. 84M BS3 g 8 „
Jan '"‘ r J’ 84# B|B 845 g M
April ** • *4B *4B
PRO DUCK MARKET.
New York, Sept. 4.-The leading mture,
ranged M follows In the New York Produoe
: vruoat, No. a-open. High, LOW. close
a V ,p * r ® 4 78 1-8 781-X
DeC ‘ L 1-2 41 I.* 408-8 4i3.i
Mr. M. Jsaao, the merchant tailor and
clothing dealer, ha. removed lnlo the
store adjoining Mrs. M, Isaac, where he
La. one of the prettiest place, of the
-IrifliTin the city,'