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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
I VOLUME XI. NUMBER 33.
Ei|M aifl Dnitefl Stales
to Stand Topller.
OPPOSE GERMANY’S PLAN
The Outcome Now Will Be Watched
Will Interest—More Rioting
of the Chinese Around
London, Sept. 36,—Lord Salisbury
lifts replied, to the German note re
garding the settlement of the Chinese
'question in terms identical with those
Of the United Stases, The ranges on
ope#!* the United States and Great
Britain, and on, the pther side, Ger
many France, Austria, Kussis, Japan
■an "* ‘.at|.
Germany M.y Declare War.
' V’ tftfhoa in
ing in the direct between
- ,itU the be t at reason for be
the, Shai ghai o-jrre
of tfie Morning Post, “tbit
ron Waidereee on arriving at
Taku, will present an nltlmatum de
manding the surrender of fiv* lead
ers of the anti-foreign uprising. Af
ter a few boure grace he will lormal
ly declare war, and, taking advan
tage of Germany's position as a be
iigerent, be will proceed to seizs ev
erything available with the German
forces and fleet.
‘•lt is expected that Germany will
take the Wu San* forts and the Ivi
tngan arsenal,thus dominating Shang
“It is also believed that he will at
taok the Kiaog Win forts on the Yang
Tse from land side and endeavor to
seize the Chinese ileet, including the
valuable cruisers. Failing this, she
will at least ooeupy all the province
of Kiamr Su north of the Yang-tse
“Toe French will support Germany.
This is not rumor,but reliable infor
mation, and will probably be con
firmed at the foreign office. Prompt
notion is neoessary to prevent a coup
which will constitute a serious inen
ance to British interests.’’
Walderaee Reports to Kaiser.
Berlin,' Sept. 26.—Field jjg&S
Count von Waldersee has cabled to
Emperor William direct that be has
found the general situation in China
much more dangerous than he bad
expected, as it bas^ grown wofe dur
ing the last fortnight, end the coun
sels in Central and Authern China
are expecting a geaeml uprising.
Famine is Expected.
Sept. 26.—A lieuter die-
patch froSr Shanghai, dated Septem
ber 25th, says:
•“Advices from the best eouroee in
the, north indicate that a famine
among the natives is inevitable dur
ing the coming winter. The usual
rioe supplies have not been shipped
Rioting Near Canton
Hong Kong, Sept. 26.—Further riots
have ooonrred near Canton. The
Presbyterian oburches have been de
stroyed. the oonvents looted and a
Catholic mission has been burned.
Strikers Refuse to Accept,
Hazleton, Sept. 26.—Employes of
the G. B, Markie Company refused to
aooept the terms offered by the Arm,
They claim, however, that they will
will willingly submit their grievances
to arbitration. Pending adjustment in
that manner, they will return to work,
Directors of The Travelers Will Get
New York, S?pt. 26.—At a confer
ence heltD here this afternoon, it was
decided to present the Trailers’ Fire
the Grand jury
which will be drawn to serve on the
Investigations have developed, to
day that all the millionaire directors
of the defunct Traders' Fire Insurance
Company, against the management of
wbdoh sensational-charges of fraud
were made, have bees guilty of selling
stock, last June,’when they positively
knew and Were folly cognizant of ibe
fact that the Company was insolvent.
The amount of stock sold and paid for
is estimated at forty thousand dollars.
Minister to Spain Marries His
New York, Sept. 26.—Gen. Stewart S
Woodford, former United States min
ister plenipotentiary to the kingdom of
Spain, during tho stormy time preceding
the late war, wedded here this afternoon
Miss Hanson, a charming young lady
tfho was his private secretary whilo he
was minister and bravely shared all his
perils when the proud hidalgos on the
banks of the Mausauare/. in a state of
ebulition were making things lively for
Uncle Sam’s uoforlunate subjects, who
happened to be in their midst, detained
at their posts Important duties.
TO COMPLETE RAILWAY.
Guatemala Republic Accept* Railroad
\Vashiogton, Sept. 26.—Consul Gen
eral McNally, stationed at Guatemala,
bas officially notified the State depart
ment that the republio of Guatemala
bad acoepted the proposition made by
the Central American Improvement
Company to oomplete tfte Northern
railway to Guatemala City without
concessions, stipulations or subsidies
of any kind, save that the Land Grant
Company must agree to oomplete the
railroad in three months.
BRUNSWICK. GA., THURSDAY MOKXIXG, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900.
Three Men Wounflefl ii a
Bow al Slays.
STRIKE IS STILL IlHAl!
An Important Question Is Now
in the Conrts as to Strikers
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 26.—The flret
bloodshed which may be laid to the
striker* is reported today at Sibley’s
mining settlement, at the foot of the
mountains in the Old Forge township,
six miles from here—three men were
wounded in a row. About twenty re
volver sbote were fired. The partici
pants were all Italians, mostly former
workers in the Jermyn No. I mine,
near Rsndbam, as non-unionists, but
who beoaine members of the united
mine workers a fortnight siooe. The
men got Into a light. There were sev
Can Strikers Parade?
Wilkesbarre, Sept. 26.*-Tke ques
tion of the rights of striking miners
to march public highways
will bs argued in courttoday, The
case fa'Tbafc Mhe itrlkers arrest
edat Derr t-age' yesterday an A sent to
jail in this city, Tbl hearing U thii
afternpon. Teh are charged with con
spiracy to disturb the public peaoe,
unlawful assembly, and resisting offi
cers. Their oontoution will be that
tßey were unarmed and orderly, and
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did not block the road, nor interfere
with men going to work, and had the
right of all citizens to walk along the
road', whether in singly or in mass.
Strike is Unchanged.
Scranton, Peun., Sept. 26.—The
strike in L<oka alley remains
praotioally unobanjfed. The Laoka
wanna Company is working four
washeries unmoles'ed. It is believed
the company is getting one of its
breakers ready for operating by mar
shalling enough willing for that pur
DIAZ AGAIN ELECTED.
City of Mexico, Sept. 20.—The Con
gress of Mexico last night declared
the result of the presidential election.
General Diaz was unanimously elected.
TORNADO IN IOWA,
g J)?s Moines, la., Sept. 26.—A torna
do swept over Marshal county yester
day, and four persons were killed,
and (even injured.
TOWN ON FIRE.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 26.—Tbs town
of Williarnsville is burning. The con
flagration originated in the Alton rail
St. Petersburg, Sept. 20.—The Greek
church has excommunicated Count
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Tta li 11 swii-
H OcloDer Election.
Bid HOLE fBE POLLED
Democrats Will Get Together and
RqII Dp the Usual Big
The county commissioners have
named the following as managers for
the atate and county election on Oc
Twenty-fifty distriot—Jas. D. Gould
Justins of the Peaoe, John Stevens, J.
H. Whitmire. *
Twenty-sixth distriot—Jas. T. Lam
bright, Justice of the Peaoe, W. J.
Way, R. H . Everett.
Twenty-seventh distriot-W. F.
Knight, Justice of the Peaoe, Gao. AV.
Ratcliff, Alex Livingston.
One Thousand Three Hundred and
Fifty Sixth district--Charlton O.
Wright, A . W. Coupor, D, 11. Sapp.
One Thousand Four Hundred and
Nine Ninth distriot-Jas. r P. Holmes,
Justice of the Peace, B. F. Lewie, W.
YJnty Four Candidates Will be Voted
For in Georgia.
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Secretary of State Philip Cook has
forwarded to the Stale printer the
names of the presidential electors on
four of the national tickets—the dem
ocratic, republican, national prohibi
tion, populist. From this list is
to be p. pared tbe election blanks for
use in tbe presidential election on
November Gtb, and it is interesting to
note that though there are twelve dis
tinct tickets in the field for president
and vloe-president of the United
States, the names of the Georgia elect
ors on only four of them can be regu
larly voted for on the day of tbe elec
tion. The others are omitted because,
as Secretary Cook explained yesterday,
they do not exist in tbe State.
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 26.-Dillard
Warren, sentenced to be hanged for
murder, will be hanged at Woodb' "‘jo
tomorrow. Warren was granted a re
spite three times by Goy. McMillan. It
is not thought that it will again be,
Melbourne, Sept.- 20.—Victor!* -a
of the Figl island groups, irtVking
steps to federate with New Zealand.
Edinburg, Sept. 26.—News hag been
received here of a hurricane off Jord
island on September 20. The wind blew
120 miles an hour. Nearly all the fish*
ing sruacksj were blown ashore and
houses razed to the ground. Several
persons were killed. Great destruction
of property is reported.
ABOUT THE RESERVES.
Macon People (Jreatly Regrst That
They Cannot Attend the Fair,
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The following is from the Macon
Telegraph of yesterday :
Many people interested in the
Street Fair were anxiously looking
forward to th* coining or the Torpedo
Division of the Naval Reserves of
Brunswick, which was to have been
a special feature of the attractions on
Thursday, military day.
The division was to appsar in dress
uniform and participate in .all the
festivities of the day. Their.marine
band wagjto have aooompanied them
and their coming was looked forward
to with anticipation of much pleasure
The mayor and counoil have received
information from Mr. C. W. Deming,
through whose enthusiast!* efforts the
attraction was secured, that they can
not come, Mr. Damiug’s letter to The
Telegraph, given below, explains rbe
oauee of this disappointment:
“Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 24, 1900.
To the Editor of The Telegraph: I
have today written Mayor Smith,
Cnpt. Jones of Hussarsjand Capt,
Uazlehurst of the Volunteers about
our disappointment in not ooming to
“Our new uniforms arrived yester
day but the makers sent ‘white work
ing suits’ instead of ‘white
uniforms.’ One tl for dress, the other
for work, and there is nothing that
can now be done to change matters in
bmqte go. OrjrMuft uniforms are
unfit to be seen a't?d we have no other
“ Our men are greatly dUappoinggM
but 1 am douuly kw
on the trip and ■■
arranged at this emf7Br*ppTng in fine
style. Acting Adjutant Byrd bad
granted us permission to leave Bruns
wick, our men had eeoured leave from
their work, and wo were enthusiastic
in our preparations w *en the box of
uniforms blighted our
prospects. 'Tam sorry all over but
just cannot help it, 1 thank you for
your kiDd references to us and feel
keenly the missing of our chance.
“C. W. Dkming.”
NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS,
Raleigh, N. C., Sept. 26.-A state
of democratic clubs con
vened hero today, Delegates were
appointed to the oqnventlon of the
National Assoolatioir of Clubs at In
dianapolis Ootober &-<-< which tbe
nomination of Bryan aod Stevenson
will ba ratified.
Washingljfuds heiOwfe-Tho census
bureau annoutitet; ,Jnd B'.j.Ctyuf'iatlon of
Dallas, Tex., is 43,038, against 88,007 in
!f, is an Increase of 4,071, or
l£oi per cent,
LOST BOTH CHILDREN.
Louisville, Ua., Sept. 20.—Robert, 4-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R, L, Bos
tiCK, died of congestion tonight.
terday their 2-year-old daughter, '.'it
ginla, was burled.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Jury Declares M ITilefl
is mm to DEATH
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Howard Is One of the\ Kentucky
Family of Despera^s—The
Verdict of the Jjhry Cre'-
Frankfort, Sept.f Howard,
who has been on trial hero for several
days past, charged Jvith the killing of
William Goebel, governor of Kentucky
was this morning 'found guilty of mur
der. The jury pxed his punishment at
death. The it is said, voted ten
for and two for aoquittal on
the first ballot.
The verdict .was reached alter forty
fivo minutes > delibeictions, Howard
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heard the verdict with apparent indiffer -
ence. ThakT. .-- . n - t ; l8 trial is a sur
prise to a majority of the people, as a
mistrfal was expected, Witnesses testi
fied that Howard had only reached
Frarkfort a few minutes before the
killing of UoabwLiJut they were friends
of the prisoner, nd the . > evidently
dfffaot<,9<Hiidfer'theji testimony of any
great wit >gbt
Howard ** atm was
.-he excurbfbU party cdiu
®Fol republicans, who came to
IJPKkfort to "protect Taylor” (the re
publican governor at that time). He is
a member of the celebrated Howard
family that has figured for so many
years in the feuds of eastern Kentucky,
and from which over fifty men have lost
The attorney for Howard jwill en
deavor to secure anew trial, but it is
not thought they will be successful. In
all probability h3 will pay the penalty
on the gallows.
LIGHT AND IRREGULAR
Has Been the Rainfall —Appears Over
Florida, Lower Lakes and Texas.
Cooler weather is quite general west
of the Mississippi river and in the
Northern Lakes. Temperatures below
freezing are reported from the North
The barometer is lowest in the
or Lake Region, and highest in the
Upper Valleys, where a moderate 000 l
wave is being felt. The high pressure
is giving awsy slowly along the sea
•Ginfail is light and irregularly
OTff rTirCfTed. It appears over Florida,
the Lower Lakes, and along the Texas
i r|j| temperatures are Spo-
Icsne and Bismarck, 32; Miles City,