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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUMEXI. NUMBER 32.
Soie Serins Tulle
Near New Orleans
II RICE WAR IMMINENT
The Lynched Negroes Robbed a
German Conple of a Small
Snm of Money Last
New Orleans, Sept, 21.—The sandy
soil of “bloody" Tangipahoa parish was
today again dyed in crimson. The home
of Louis Hotfelter, who lives on the
Illinois Central railroad at Pouchatouia
station, was forcibly entered last Tues
day and robbed of two hundred and fifty
dollars. This crime, after a diligent
search, was fastened on a gang of ma
* cl tfeu suspected darkies were
captured ar.u placed in the more or less
insecure jail, which , ouid not resist the
attacks of a mob of determined whites,
who broke it down and took the
four negroes and hung them in the
nearby woods, riddling the bodies with
bullets as an affectionate adieu,
This is but an additional chapter to a
long list of tragic events which have
Occurred in that unfortunate parish in
the last ten years. Being near the state
line dividing Mississippi from Louisi
ana criminals seem to find easy conceal
ment from officers of ihe law by skip
ping from one state into the other when
pursuit gets too hot.
One bartender killed another in Sa
Col. Belo, a Galveston editor, says
the city will at once be rebuilt.
Judge O.W. Powers was appointed
United States Senator in Utah while
tbe governor was out of the State.
England does not like warship trace,
ferring Kruger to Europe.
Li Hung says; lias received plenty
of consideration from the United
Walcott has declined the appoint
ment of ambassador to Italy.
Thirty-flve were killed io an explo
sion at tbe French Glueck mine.
Postmaster's daughter under arrest
in Charleston for robbing the mails.
More marines are eoon to bs sent to
A big slump in tbe New York cotton
FIVE 'htAMPS KILLED.
Lexington, Sept, 31.—Five tramps
were killed and six badly injured In a
freight wreck at Sadieyllle this after
To Name Delegates for a Constitu
Havana, Sep!. 22. —Elections will be
held tomorrow in accordance with
General Wood’s decree calling far a
constitutional convention and provid
ing for the eleotion of delega’es. The
delegates elected will meet in Havana
en the first Monday in November.
The convention according to the
terms of the decree is called In con-,
fortuity with the spirit of the joint
resolution of congress and a part of
its duty will he to agree upon the rela
tion of the United Stales and the gov
ernment of Cuba.
Havana province will: send , eight
delegates to’ the convention ;
province, seven; Santa Clara proving
sevn; Mantattzas province, four; Dinar
Rio province, three. ' -;J
Connecticut Democrats in State Con
Hartford, Septa 21—The democrats of
this state met here today and nominated
Samuel J. Bronson for governor and
Cyrus G. Breckwith for lieutenant gov-
New llsven, Conn., Sept, 21. The
Democratic Slate convention to nom
inate a subordinate candidate, con
vened here today. At the meeting of
the Democratic State central commit
tee, on August 2‘2nd, ft was decided to
present the uame'of Judge BrcnsoD,
of this city. The patty in this State
has endorsed the anti-imperialist plat
form, hut lub strongly denounced the
free silver plank. The fight this fall
will be made State issues clone and
egainit a lobby candidate.
AT SALT LAKE.
Salt Lake, Utah, Sept, 21.—Theodore
Roosevelt arrived here today from Og
den, which was the first stop on his
invasion of this State. He spoke tbia
afternoon, and left tonight for Evans
ton, Wyoming, where he is to speak
tomorrow, United States Senator
Carter accompanies the governor.
AIDS FOR AKER.
Urbana, Ohio, Sept. 21.—The Repub
lican oampaign in this section was
opened this evening by Senator For
aker, ex-Governor Taylor, of Ken
tucky, is to join Foraker here, and
continue with him on a slumping tour
of the State.
JUSTIN M’CARTHY RETIRES,
London, Sept. 11.—Justin McCarthy,
the historian and novelist and member
of parliament of North Logord since
1882 and formerly chairman of the
Irish parliamentary party, announces
bis retirement from parliamentary
life on account of ill health .
Tuxedo, N. J., Sept. 21.—The an
nual horse show opened here today.
Universal Interest sli.wn. Riding
and driving have for tbe present taken
the place of the golf rage. The entries
are principally from the stables of the
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Plan Ob Fob! to Tie Ip
TRAINMEN JAKE I HI
jjany Factoriitr in the Region
•jjjew York, ftept. 21.—A yswi&l dis
patch to the 'journal from Scranton
if,*" * ' ■ ‘ '• Vi. y-T ;
says that it planned to tie up all
the coal carrying railroads, in order, to
aid tbg miners of the anthracite coal
mines. lumbers plthe Brotherhood of
Railroad are deeply in
terested In thisstruggle. They have sum
moned tUilrVf&<i paster, Hosliy, tt&b
GaTesfiurg, l'f. 3 He will arrjve tomor
row. v . ■
Factories Shutting Down.
Wilkesbarre, ± Sept. 21.—Tim f West
End colliery at Mocanaqua is working
half a forgp this morning, and slowly
but Fdrciy, tile strikers it
down. Since been tho
only colliery i the tapper coal field at
work and a half. dozen organizations
nave been ejeefting efforts to
get the mhh out.., Tfo washeries at
PitUfiofl we still working. The Strikers
at Luzerne are hfijyjhst-.lmvc driven the
men fipm woykmg for threfi day* 1
in succession? • Th#sheriff still rifuses
proteclionras -fljbrsjb conflict would
*BuCj The employes of tho New Jer
sey arc being laid oft
and the Wilkcsbt&fe shirt factory lias
sfigt dp wo, for lack fcf eojl.ASeterSl
factories will not be aJfco ter run longo
than a week or twajantthey can re -
plenish their storfk b> .‘jfuf[-
Mobs In Shenandoah VatU-.G
Mahoney City, Bepf[ 24.—MohVio*
lecco has transferred the Shenandoah
Valley into a scene of wild disorder.
Several foreigners in squads ol thirty or
more were scattered on the outskirts of
the town thiß morning. Every" man
caught going to work was intercepted
and beaten by the mobs.
Where la Mitchell?
New York, Sept, 21. —It is reported
that Mitchell, president of tbe United
Mine Workers, is in Now York now to
attend a conference of the coal opera
tors. He is not at Hazleton, and nos
body seems to know where he is.
What Archbishop Ryan Says.
Philadelphia, Sept. 31.—Archbishop
Kyjn today oonfirmed the report that
President Olyphant Teasdale bad con
sented to confer with bimon the strike.
Tbe arohbisbop says be now feels en
couraged that matters will be amica
bly adjusted. The time and place of
the conference will be determined to
Tnln Ttasjoi Gl|sß
Pflt to DlltL H
I 101 WIPED OUT
Chinese Driven to the B&nks of the
River Amar, and Then ForceH
Into the Water. *
London, Sepr. Sept. 21.—“Authentle
scoonnts havebeen received here,”
sejrs tbe Moscow correspondent of the
Standard, “of jfcdiorrjtfle massacre of
Blagevestohensk/Whiph was ondoubt
edly carried out, under direot orders
from the Russlhn authorities and
which then let loose the tide of
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slaughter through Amur.
“The entire Chinese population of
was escorted out of town
to a spot five ngjUee up Uw Amur,
flung alive into the stream, and were
stabbed or shot at the least resistance
while Russian volunteers who lined
Up the hanky olubbed or shot any who
atteroptod to land. Not one /soaped
aliye. The river bank for miles was
strewn with corpses.”
Rioting Near ffftnton*
Paris, Sept. 2k —The French co&sul
at under date of
yesterday that disorders, have broken
out In pun Tai, near Canttij).
Several village* have been destroy
ed, and othere erre besieged by boxers.
.Tbe missionaries succeeded in escap
i ug. Tbe first troops sent by tbe vice
I’oye proved powerless to subdue the
disordx, nd the foreign oOMfifite
have mtiiu a most urgent resist fpr
the of a larger bo<ty ;pf *o!-
consulate and the French gunboat
Avalanohe-will accompany the force.
LI Hung Chang at Taku.
Tung Ku, Sept, 21,-Lt Hung Chang
arrived Tuesday at Taku anchorage,
where he was visited by Rear Admi
ral Uemey with a Russian dag captain.
Earl Ei proceeded to Tung Ku today.
He*j*ceived no special honors, and at
tracted but little attention. Only Rui
sian snd Japanese oflloera called upon
him, but later he had a long confer
ence with Admiral Aiexiff on a Rus
Indorse Germany’s Policy.
Berl n, Bept. 21. Several of the
powers have expressed Concurrence ih
CermanVis China note, and the Ger
maA*Tbreign ajjoe isoonvineed that all
the powers likewise,
KRUGER GOES TO EUROPE,
London, Sept. 21.—A dispatch from
St. Petersburg says Kruger is ooming
to Europe to appeal to the tribunal of
international arbitration of the pro
jected peace conference.
COMING TO GEORGIA.
Preacher Who Edited Kansas Paper a
Week to Visit Savannah.
Sivannab, Sept. 21.—Rev. Charles
K. Sheldon, the author of “In His
Steps,” and the editor for one week of
The Topeka Capital, at Cljyfiat would
have uOiic, will visit gsyaanab on
l i . '.iyj •... ,
iNovember 18 b, and will otpoupy the
pulpit of Rev. Arthur J. Smith, of the
First Presbyterian churob, on that
day. He comes at the request of Rev.
Mr. Smith. Rev. Mr, Sheldon’s name
is well known here, and the church
will unquestionably be crowded by
those who desire to hear him.
AT THE GRAND
“Mr. Young of Utah" Was Well Pre
A small but highly pleased house wit
nessed the second performance of “Mr.
Young of Utah" last night. This com
edy is replete with ludicrous situations,
and the clever comedians of the Wood
ward-Warren Gy. were equal to the oc
casion, keeping the house In laughter
from rise to fall of curtain.
Tomorrow night, by special request,
thajtsplepdid team of specialists, Guy
Woodward and Lulu Burnley, will, du
ring one of the -.ei&fjitcts, amuse the
house with specialties. Chas. Milton
will also be on hand. '
This being the closeof the company’s
week engagement,'find the awarding of
the $25 p£l|!p taking ftlapev the house
w 111 h u re3 a be crowded,
i’rinceton, Sept. 21.—The Princeton
Theological Seminary was formally
opened this evening, William Park
"Armstrong, a graduate of the Princeton
University and the seminary, succeeds
Rev. Geo. T. Purves, who' formerly
licld tho chair of literature and exege
sis. Robert Theo
logical SemtnuH ■ gtt-y. elected to
the chair ol delivered
higinaugural address. Jas. MBoyd, B.
I)., of the University of was
recently appointed to Elliot F. Shep
ard instructorship in the Old Testament
A GREAT BANQUET. -
Paris, Sep*. 21.—President Loubet’s
immense banquet was held here
this afternoon. Fifteen thousand
guests including mayors all the towns
in Fraooe were down at the tables.
Great ffIWBA the gardens
uf tbe Tuileriea overloipiingPßTfSe
de Rivoli. The banquet will cost 500,-
OCO francs. The president will make
several addresses. Tonight there will
be a fete if* splendid illumination l ’.
FIRE AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis. Sept. 21.—The steamers
War Eagle and Carrie 8., as well aa a
blook of wharf boats, are burning.
Fivepersons are suppled to have
beentj®d. One bodv faa* been re .
Washington, September 21.—Mints' er
Conger reports the arrival of Commle
aloner Rockblll at Pekin. Ho alto
stales that ibe rebellion In Nanking is
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TEXAS HAS A
M'Msbf Towns Are
INI DIAIHS -REPORTED
It is Thought That A Number of
Villages Will be Completely
Wiped Out —Some Bodies
Dallas, Tex., Sapt. 21.—A terrible
cloudburst ocourred today near Fort
Worth, the loss to life and property
ig reported as being very large,* A
solid wall of water estimated to be 30
feet high is said to he sweeping down
the Trinity river valley, playing bavod
and oreating dismay and terror
ing to the hlghKnas.^/E/r
It is feared that Che towiis of Mand
ley, Arlington, 'foand Prairie and
Esgleford will be wiped off the faos
of tbe earth by this tremendous wali
of water rushing onward. Scores of
small villages equally as defdnseieas
against the flood are deemed in immi
A number of bodies of persons
swept by tbe torrent have been recov
ered as they floated by Fort Worth.
John-town, Pa.. Sept. 21.-The cele
bration of Johnstown’s lOotb anniver
sary. which is to list three days, began
today, Johnstown will not be 100 years
old until November Snl, but as that
date Is on the eve of the (Presidential
election, today was fixed as the date
ot the celebration. The general com
mittee, of which Mayor Woodruff is
the chairman, has prepared a program
which will long be remembered by the
citizens and the crowds of visitors.
Denver, Sept. 21.—A1l the commands
of the Knighte Templar of Colorado ar
rived this morning in full regalia to at
tend the annual conclave. It is the
twenty fifth anniversary of the organi
zation and is being observed in appro
priate manner. There will be a parade,
prize drills, etc., and a grand bail. Open
houses are being kept by all the local
OPENING OF UNIVERSITY,
Athens, G*., Sept. 21.—The opening
of (he university was the brightest in
Its history. The chapel was filled to
overflowing, and the reception given
to Chancellor Hill was an ovation.
The registration yesterday at 4 o’clock
waa 290, which i 100 in exoeea of this
day last year. The attendance on the
law olass is 90, 8,0 more than ever ate