THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 24.
fill in IS
Over Firty Nbpobs Slot by
Whiles for Bobbery.
Slim GROWS WORSE.
A Dreadful Condition Exists in
This Unfortunate Texas
Houston, Sept. 12.—A message from
Galveston today tells of.rioting between
tlie whites add blacks, which adds to the
innumerable horrors of those already in
the desolate city. CoDtlicts between
law abiding citizens and negroes occur
constantly, and fifty negroes have been
shot, most of them for robbing tho dead.
Gangs of blacks have in many cases
driven the rescuing whites from their
werk. Vigilant committees are being
formed. Two thousand, ’hrec hundred
_AU*L— have already been car
ried in barge* an-i lamped into the gujf.
Two hundred haye--bceu burled at Vir
ginia f’oiiiL, aixl aco?€s of todies are
buried at other points along the coast,
fcores arc'etill coming ashore at Vir
ginia Itawt. The dead are still stifling
the streets of Galveston. A heavy pall
of smoke this morning over the city tells
of the fact that debris has been set on
fire. 'he ruins are burned iu bope of
: quelling the pestilence.
Negroes Ordered Shot.
Galveston, Sept. 12.—Last night for
ty three negroes were caught in differ
ent parts of the city robbing dead bod
ies. They were tried by the court mar
tial and found guilty, and have been or
Water and Ice Needed
Virginia Point, Texas, Sept. 13,—A
bulletin received here today from Gal
veston says the situation is growing
worse in that city every minute. Wate r
and ice aie badly needed, and it is ear
nestly hoped that some will roach here
within the next few hours. People are
in frenzy, suffering from these causes.
Scores have died sinco last night. A
large number of sufferers have gone in -i
Four Thousand Have Gone After the
Tien Tain, Sept. 8. via .Shanghai,
Sapt. 11.-A body of four thousand
‘‘allies, including two hundred men of
the Fifteenth infantry under Major
Robertson, marched today against tl •
cities of Shang Ute and Sien Tilie,
where the presence of boxers threat
ens Tien Tain region. General How
ard commands the expedition.
Civil Dooket For Brunswick Circuit
The Supreme court civil dooket for
the October term was announced yes
terday by the olerk, and shows a large
number of important cases for consid
The docket for the Brunswick oir
cuit is as follows:
1 Wayorjoss Air-Line Railway v.
2 Baxley Bk’g Cos, v, Carter, et al.
3 Lang v. Savannah, Florida &
Western Railway Cos.
4 Roberta v. Glass. -ay~
6 R-diing t. Lennon.
6 Atwell Candler, gov
7 Smith v. Owen. • '
8 Carter & Ford v. Jqhnson, et #l,
9 Candler, governor, y. Kirkland.
10 Brunswick & Western Railroad
Cos. v. Hardey & 'Co,
11 Florida Central & Peninsular
Railroad Cos. v. Rudolph.
I*. Denton, administrator, v. Ward.
18 OfTerman & Western Railroad
Cos., v. Wayoross Air-Line Railroad
14 Brantley Cos. v. B*nk of Way
1$ Anderson, et al., receivers, v
Continental Insurance Cos. __.
Railway Cos. v. Beavers.
~''l7 Smith v. Turner, guardian.
18 Barrow,'et si., v. Mattox.
19 Miiburn v. Commiasiouers of
Roads *od Revenue* of Glynn Cos.
20 Arnold v, Crowell, et a>.
21 Brunswick Book Co-, v. Tyrseh
THE COLORED BALL QA MR. .<
It Was a Good One and WasSjMk "I*||a
Largo Crowd. '**
Fully one hundred whites and three
hundred negroes were out at the fair
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grounds ye tfrday afternoon to ace the
ball game between the colored teams of
Brunswick and St. Augustine.
Both thfi teams ate good ones and the
game yesterday was piayed in one hour
and twenty minutes, resulting in a vic
tory for the Brunswick club by a score
of oto 3. Up to the seventh inning
they had the St. Augustine club shut
Another game will be played this af
ternoon, and no doubt a large crowd of
both whites and colored will go out tm
And a Sure tpire for This Disease
•' i' lias been rcyn:.-/' I
to ffibliehed the following, and it is
said to be a sure cure for cholera among
One ball Sterling potash, three tea
spoonsful of benzoine, lour ounces of
borsx, one gallon of water. Mix thor
Dose—l teaspoonful every other day
until cured. Give in feed #f animal
will eat. H not, give one-lialf teaspoon
ful forced into the throat and stom
BRUNSWICK, GA. t THURSDAY Eli l'i, l’goo.
Jno.B, SfansMelflls Named
MM 1 llEUlli
The Former Was Formerly a
Warm EfilU Man—Later
He Tied to Dickey
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.Sftogß, N. Y., Sept. 12. -T|s Nkw
York. democrats nominated their State;
candidates today amid great euMktUti
awn. Sfitfleld, of Cbetnu.g,
F. McKay, of Erie, t<)i£j*teuant-gov
ernor. The formarly
a Hill man, but is now one of ftroak
some (ay a deal was mSihubeiispi
tbeJiwtjJsau e, bat oßtliMir wHPfd
Trenton. N. .f,Spt. 12.-^ThfDemo
cratic State convention bpoued here
this morning for the purpose of cioApi
natitg a full Slat eyelet aiff presi
dential eieetori. ’’ V*
fr.pt ’• .
■** kept; wligans
* New flaven, Coon., Sept. $- t H
State oonvMgtitm of Republican clubs
opepcd ifirjhis ditjr thie mornlog.-JEuII
defegatitta are present, a featured
the tneeting number cf
delegates presuft .from Swedish or
others spoke, 1-
Denver, Goto., Sept. Demo
’.■T’’ V-’ • ' fcl '’a ’’ ’ r-'H
oratio State convention opened here
today for the purpose of nominating
State officers and elector*. The ma
chine candidate* are expeotod to win
out without oppoiitijM.
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VupfflxKS IN UTAH.
SedjpKke, Utah, Sept. 12.—Senator
of Indiana, wae the etar
speaker at a monster Republican rally
here this evening.
STUMPING THE DAKXITAS.
Huron, S. D,, Sept. 12.—Theodore
Roosevelt arrived in this city this
morning on bis stumping tour of the
State. He was given an enthusiastic
weloome. This afternoon he addressed
a rnaesmseting here, and then pro
ceeded to Brookings, where a monster
welcome awaited him.
MANY ALLIES KILLED.
Berlin, Sept. 12.—A Shanghai tele
gram, dated September 10th, says a
mixed force of allies attacked the
fortreasea of Hong-Tong, in the neigh
borhood of Takn. Loss among allies
is reported very heavy.
For Weir Assistance
mif mm givers
Over. v ' i Fi% Tollars Was Sub
scribed By WelU-fcilftWßr
Citizens Up To
£ ■ ,
Ing very liberally Mayor Atkinson’s
seall to help the Teyas sufferers. The
prodSamatisM was only issued yesterday
morning, ind. up to last night'fStl 50
h'adr l:COU ahbsoribed,
The situation in' is one
*thal eaiia for. unbounded sympathy.
Certainly, jnore Ikan one thousand por
:*k aln that qity lost their Uvea in the
7F • **
storm. Half tho property has been de-
Half the poeulatipn Is pen
niless. Food and shelter are needed,
and nnjess liberal help ifi promptly giv
en ihr suilVring will bcgrcat.
-si- AH amounts wjfl be, pub
lished “fropj dayelo A? those columns,
and aIF amounts handed iu .
Fleming,. l ! Waff wfll be promptly for
warded loThose in charge of the distri
bution of funds. Following Is a list of
those who iUbscribed yesterday
JOpn Cl Green f 'i.W
Cas & -V *1 00
11. -Randolph aOO
Mrs. Mary 'Randolph 1, OOi
Mrs. Matilda Greenfield 1.... ILOO
... • V’’
tw &■]< .....: soo
M. i 00
Coney-xCj Fadfar 500
W. B. Fain.. '... 1 00
C. G. Moore 1 oO
Miss Bessie Bruce ] 00
E. C. Butts. ' 50
Capt. T. G. Clark 50
Roy 80det.... 50
H. M. Miller & Son 5 CO
J. W, Watkins 2 00
B. J. Butts 1 00
Miss C. Butts v -. 50
W. M. Tuppor 5 00
M . W. Mock 2.5
R. B. Wood 5 00
H. V. Adderly •... 1 00
Ed L. Stephens ...... 100
Howard Wsff 100
Charles Fleming 1 00
.1. A. Butts t 00,
T. Lopez 25
I’. M, Farmer; - 1 00
Mr. Roberts 1 00
Cash . . . 100
W. J. Butts..... ~WLr,, 1 00
Total *SO 60
PARIS, ONTARIO, BURNING.
Toronto, Sept. 12.—A terriflo fire ie
ragiog in Paris, Ontario. It is feared
there Is little hope of saving the busi
ness portion of the town.
MR. W. H. PRICE, SR., DEAD
■Well Known Gainesville. Citizen Passes
Away fn Uuinswick.
,•*%.W,8. Price, Sr.,-a well' known
citizen'of Ga,, passed away
in this city Tuesday night at 11:15
o'clock of acute gastritis.
Mr. Brice was connnocted with the
Southern Railway as inspector of build
ings and bridges. He was taken'ili'two
weeks ago at the home of Mr.
McCrary on E street, at which place he
died. His wife, a daughter, Miss Ber
tha, and two sons, Messrs. W. H,, Jr.,
and George G., wero with him until the
Mr. Price was born in Dablonega in
1346, therefore being 54 yenrs of age.
He leaves a wife and eight children—
Messrs. \V. H., Jr., and G. G., formerly
f Brunswick, Misses Bertha, Mattie,
Susie and Nina and Mr. H. T.* of
His remains were shipped to Gaines
ville last night over the Southern, and
were escorted to the depot by Seaport
lodge 68 and lodge 18 I. 0. O, F.j of
this cit.v he Being an active < mctuber*ot
Air Line lodge 04 I, O. O. F. of Gaines
ville. •*' 'S. : !■ "
Former Brunswiekiane May Have
Been Deatrppil. -
The many friends of lie. R. C.
Ilaalebursr,Yfr. and Mrs. W. M. Ber
ry mau and family, will regret to learn
that they were in Cfalvestoff'at the
time of the storm j and lived Yt the
lighthooee. WhMher or not they es
caped is not known, hut the fact that
they !kVoß;Jiere. and near the light
house, which was destroyed, leads to
the belief that they are lost. Quite a
number of Brunswiokians are relate
to Mr. and Sire. Berryman, and they
are oaing every effort to ascertain
MRS. O RLE AN WHITE HOPPER,
Music Teacher,. A and Rey
nolds Streets, Brunswick, Ga.
Former pupil of Carl Paelten, Bos
ton; Harry Roe Shelly, New York city;
Pror, Alex Gibson, New Hayen, Conn.
Also holding certificates from Conserv
atories in Conueecticut and Ohio; hav
ing formerly taught in Bame. Interpre
tative Technic, Terms reasonable and
made known on application. City re
COCHRAN TO "SPEAK
Waycross, September 12-Uoo.
Arthur Emmet Coohran, democratic
eleotor from the Eleventh district,
will speak in behalf of Bryan and
ilAmooracy at Baxley, September mb;
stnEoJitf-too, September 2!Kb; at S'.
MarfV, October 2fl. At Folkston,29;b
Inst., there will be a big democratic
rally and barbecue. Colonel Cochran
will oover the entire district.
THE OYSTER ROAST
The oyster roast given last night by
the ladies of the order
Star wf 'i' an ■
quito a neat sum wasM^r
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Anthracite Coal Workers
Will Unit Work.
ft HUNDRED THOUSAND 1.
Coming at the Same Time Foreign
Orders Are Pouring In the
Operators Are Caught
In Bad Shape.
Indianapolis, Sep*. 12.—The United
Mine Workers of America this evening
declared a strike in the anthracite coal
region. If the order is generally obey
- i •; ,
ed, and it wilUbe, between a hundred
and a hundred and' twenty thousand
workerß in the mines of eastern Penn
sylvania will walk out.
The strikers are aware of the large
foreign orders and they heye caught tho
operators tn a bad shape.
A REPRESENTATIVE MEETING.
Bu=iue3a Men Discuss a New Eoterpriio
A representative rdKt
men was held .it
The on Cerlm a starch
factory, aoj Mr VVade of the Southern
Railway *1 V - .-. p. D. Arnold of Chi
U is to manufacture starch
out of * csstwyH a vegetable product
which tlit 1 ibil easily produces,
Should the f irch factory be located
here mean that several thous
and acres of land would baye to be
planted to supply the demand,
Mr. Arnold will spend several days
here investigating the advantages of
Brunswick for his factory’s location,
and it is hoped he will decide to come
TO HELP SUFFERERS.
The Western Union Telegraph
Company gives out the following
“Free service is extended to all
committees for relief of the Texas
sufferers We do not have euffioient
funds at Galveston, Houston or other
points to enable us to make extensiye
money transfer payments there there
fore, we will also extend free eervioo
on messages between banks transferr.
lug money for the rel ef of the suffer
ers. Parties desiring to make pay
ments on tuoh account in Texas oan
deposit the mousy in bank, obtain a
telegram from that bank and to a
bank at point of destination ordering
payment and such message will be
Transmitted free. We are willing and
Hiffou* to do whatever lies in our
power for the relief of Texas.”