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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
nliuiis Hear 116 Great
1Y PROMINENT SPURS
The Afjsi; Patriotic Pdtaonstration
Ever Held in Greater New
York—Bryan Given a
N * York, Oct. 10.—The hum of
preparation for the reception of Wil
liam Jennings Bryan, the democratic
candidate for the presidency of the
United States, been ail day stirring
and electrlfyiug tiie unterrified democ
racy Of Greater Hew York to its very
heart core. *
Every democratic, club is aroused and
displaying a high degree of esprit de
corps. They are all out tonight in full
force, Richard Croker estimates them
to the tuna of at least 100 000 strong,
eager 'or the fray.
Ma;:*on Square Garden is cen
tral point of this great and splendid
demonstration. Edward M, Shepard
has been elected among vociferous ac
clamations chairman of this monster
Bryan spoke for more [than an hour.
Every sen'.ence he uttered was wildly
a claimed, When he first appeared on
the stand a continuous roar of applause
greeted him, which lasted fully fifteen
minutes. The great speaker was at his
best: his speech was highly flavored with
pungeu. eplgr: trcastic comments
and caustic attacks on the main issues
of the campaign.
The city in all directions is ablaze
with electric illuminations, chief
among 'base is Tammany Uall, which
is fairly ablv/.e with a splendid dis
play of multicolore i lights, The old
wigwam's very founds ions are shaking
with the unbridled manifestations of
the followers of the Tiger’s enthusiasm
Adiai Stevenson followed Bryan,and
his reception was almost on a par wl h
that accorded to the head of the
The heavens are lighted up with the
lurid glare of bon fires and fireworks
of all descriptions.
Bryan isEow speaking at one of two
■other poiatl selected, In tbs meanUße
a score or the most brilliant speakers
in the democratic ranks are awaiting
their chance to have their say to the
large Madison square audience. From
an impartial standpoint the meeting is
strand political success.
HEW FREIGHT SERVICE.
lips to IT| Between Norfolk and
European Ports, j
Rw York, Oot. 10 —lt is understood
■ \ Atlantic freight service ar-
ranged by the Norfolk and Western, the
ChesatetT e ank Ohio, and the Southern
railway will soon bs put in operation,
A number of steamers will be employ
ed, most of them leaving Norfolk and
others Newport News,
There wll. be direct sailings from
Hamburg, Rjtterdam, Antwerp. Glas
gow, Loud n, Liverpool, and other
points in Europe.
Each oi the three railroad companies
named will have allotted to it a fixed
percentage of the freight space of eact
steamer. The cargoes will consist
chietty of grain, cotton, cotton seed, oil,
packing hour* .product, tjafewco, Uni
fier, flour, pbosph ite rock, emlplfr iron.
No coal will be carried. On the west
ward voyages it is expected the steam
ers will, as a rule, come in ballast.
A Detachment Surprised and Many
Manila, Oet. 16.—A detachment of
20 men of the Twenty-fourth regi
iment, while engaged in repairing tel
egraph wires near San Jose, Nueve
Eoija province. Isle of Luzon, were
set upon by 200 rebels and overpow
ered and scattered. Seven Americans
reached San Jose, but it is probable
the others were captured^
The enemy surprised of
sooutsofthe Forty-third infancy at,
a point from Takiohao,
Leyte, killing three Americans at the*
first volley. Two esoaped and gave the*
alarm, but the enemy succeeded in
evading the pursuers. The native po
lice of Takloban has ooo&pired to sur
prise tbe Americans. The bodies of
tbe dead soldiers weie badly muti
Governor Sayers Says the Death List
WRI Run Up to G,OOO.
New York, Oot. 10.—Governor Jos,
,D. Ssyers, of Texas, who is hsre at
tending the bszaar for the benefit of
suffers, said last night:
“The horror of Galveston has been
in no way overestimated. The most
conservative now put the losj of life
at 6,000, and the estimates run all the
way from this minimum to a maxi
mum of 12,000, The truth will never
be known, f r. beyond que tion, hun
dreds were swept away and their bo
dies sank at sra. The property leas
is in tha millions—in the tens of rail!*
ions, indeed. A great part of the city
was destroyed, and it was all damaged.
KILLED IN RUNAWAY.
Chattanooga, Oct. 10.—Late last night
a team of horses drawing a buggy con
taining several occupants was fright
ened at a street car in the suburbs of
this city and threw the party in'o a deep
ditch, the horres falling on top of them.
Mrs. Daisy Royall and a 3-months-old
child were instantly killed. Three peo
ple were injured.
KURDS ARE RISING.
Constantinople, Oot. 16.—Tribal ris
ings among the Korda are assuming
threatening proportions . The author
ities are greatly ooncorned. Troops
had to intervene in the Oiarbikir dis
trict, where a number of Christian and
Musvelmen’d bouses have been razed.
BRUNSWICK, GA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1900.
■ i ■
Will Hereafter let lele
pieatly in Chile.
OTHERS KOI CONSIDERED
'The fear's Goygpmjmt J&rd?©-
termined to Steer Its
;v Own Oanoe.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 16.—The Rus
sian government formally announces
that it has determined to assume an at
tltude entirely independent from any
which may be takon by the other pow
ers having Interests at stake in China.
This step is taken, it is thought, on the
assumption that she has all she wants
by her invasion of the vast province of
Manchuria, insuring her a free hand on
.. , TpffiV
tbe Amurnver. jf.
FRANCE'S NOTE ACCEPTED.,
Minister Conger 3tt£ns tube the Malji;
Man Who Makes a Ktok. v
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Oct. TO.-OAt the
cll today, Miniater of Foreign Affairs
Delcnase announced that ali the pow
ers have accepted tbe French note ass
basis for negotiations. The minist**! 1 '
added that be had been informed that
Li lluug Chang had Just ordered tho
Blsok Fisc's and RWang-fif 1 ‘troop's
which are traversing the province of
Hu-Nsb.on tbe way to joinjhe court
at Sian Fu, to abandon the march and
return to Canton,
KING IS ILL.
Dresden, Oot, 16.—The illness of
King Herbert of SiKuny has become
more aontg. Hi# ms jeety faiDted yes
terday, causing considerable alarm.
THE STRIKE SITUATION.
LSh; ford, I’a., Oct, Mt —About V.oOO raon and 60 women and girls marched
18 miles from the I-fft/.leton region duriny the night for Panther Creek valley,
where they expei’ed to close nil of the ten collieries of the Lehigh Coal and
Navigation company, but just as the weary marchers were nearing their desti
ation this morning they wero met ou the mountain road by three companies of
infantry anil at the point, of the bayonet were driven back four miles to Tamaqua
Anoiber otowd of 800 strikers from the north side of Hrzleton also marched
here and succeeded in closing tne company's colliery at Nssquelronlng before it
was scattered. The presence of the soldiers was entirely unexpected and the
the iirikers were very much cres fa len. It was probab'y the most
exciting morning that Panther Creek and Nesquehonlng valleys ever
experienced. The strikers wore scattered over 'he various roads and companies
of soldiers are scurrying In all directions heading off the marching men. The
troops were patient with the mob of strikure, wh lie the laboring men re re very
careful not to commit overt acts in the presonco ot the troops, for the moi-ent
just after the two forces met on the road in the darkness It looked as though a
clash would come, but the good sense of thu-e who had charge of the sinkers
prevented a possible conflict.
Hazleton, Oot. 16.—The Pardee company his made demands on the gov
emor this afternoon for troops, and so bine the Lehigh and Wlikesbarre Coil
Scranton, Oct. 16.—Assurances are now certain that the ml of the miners’
strike will occur today. Preparations are belug made all liirougb the Lacka
wanna valley speedy resumption of work. JIhB
fl II! HI
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Repicans Rustling Ora
tors Oii Tim.
BRYAN’S CHANGES THE BEST
F?ghts Also Tand
to Make the Campaign a
Very Warm One.
Salem, lnd„ Oot. 16.—Tbe republi
cans of this State, especially here in
tbe southern part, are waging a cam
paign, probably unequalled in aotiyity
in the United Statas, The leaders are
confident of oarrying the S'ate by at
least 20.000. '‘The democrat!*) Third
diatriot” is being stirred' as never be
fore. Mr. Hugh CCottiwr; the repub
lican nominee!Ttor congressman, from
this distriofflMld spoke at as tinmenße
. •" .*a' e
mass ftere today, waa enthn-
He found imme
diate favof? with his listeners, as he
bas done be hift'fcppeared.
Htf Cratiktww** candor, together
with hi* obavaotsristio epeeobea, friawe
iu(idi : foMi 1 i 3r bos t*,o f friends who will
deidonat rate gifs esteem apd adhiira
’Won at the polk. ’ ~
lit* speech today contained many
good point#, yunong wbioff was the
“When Grover Cleveland and bis
party were eleoted to power along in
1892, tbe startling our in
dustrial policy, by tbe adoption of free
trade, threw raeobanics and laborer#
out of employment, depreciated weges,
stagnated farm produots, closed tb#
faotoriee and mills, and brought on
(be panic of 1893.
“This alarm continued up to, and
during the campaign of 1896, when tbe
democratic party foreswore Cleveland,
found a boy orator aomewbere out id
the west, and made a declaration of
its policy of free coinage of silver, at
the ratio of 16 to 1, without tbe con
sent of aDy other nation.
“So violent in its effeot would the
success of this policy have been, that
business, whatever there was left of it,
stood a*ill, in fear and amazement,
and the oountry was financially on the
pat of its back, Mr. Bryan was in de
mand, he w ; i W doctor, be trav
eled allovi f C 'Hryiike sn
tieots coiild raise Doctor
Bryan declared they should swallow
his free'cuiuatTf fiYiTa, "But the sight o
them only increased the general mal
“Bryan was paid f6r bis oratory but
tbe people would not take his medi
cine. They turned to a man who bad
onoo before given some very effective
remedy in the shape of a tariff bill
and they were promptly returned to
financial health and prosperity.
“Now if they would not take Bryan’s
speoific when they were siok, does if
seem reasonable that tbey will blindly
swalloypbis decoction when they are
ACTIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Boers Are Hot Vet Subdued by fyorjl
Opt. Ji'.v-liord Roberts, at
Pretoria, Oot. 15!b, wires as follows :
“General French bas started from
’Maobadodorp toward Heidelberg to
clear a part of tbe country not yet vis
ited by oor troops.
“Mahon, commanding the mounted
troops, successfully engaged the en
emy Oot. 13th, but his losses were
Severe, three officers and eight men
bqprtg killed and three officers and 25
i- "General French occupied;* Carolina
yesterday, oaptnring a oonvoy during
Lord Huberts also r sports a number
of m nor affairs, showing that the
Boers are still aetive over a wide field.
KENTUCKY TO LEAVE,
New York, Oot. 10.—The battleship
Kentucky, wbiob has been ordered to
the Asiatio station, will leave the
Brooklyn revyyard tomorrow. She
will take 300 marines from the Ver
mont to the Asiatio -squadron to fill
out the various vessels in Admiral
It haa been rumored that Rear Admi
ral Barker, the commandant of Ibe
Brooklyn navy yard, may bs a si.
to duty at tbe Asiatic statin
latter bas received no auob
UPRISING INC' -NA.
Hong Kong, Oot. 16.—Tbe Ameri
cans and their extyitaiva interests in
tbv far sooth of China are imperilled
by a rebellion irffCemang-Tung prov
ince. ready Jbe revolt fa growing
to such p. •vorciona that tbe ChlLese
authorities -e unable to suppress It.
Mr, Wildma*. United States consul
general at F Kong, has -<ne to
I Manila- to ci with Qrta. M,©.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
lionets to IM Fire
INY I AFTER HIM
Several Detectives Are-, v Here at
Worn on the Case and the
Murderer May Yet Be
The man hunters now have a change
to get what could be called a lucky
The governor has offerod a reward of
S2OO and it is said the Order of Railway
Conductors SIOO, and the Southern
Railway S2OO, making a total of $.")0O
for the capture of Freyer, tbe negro
who killed Conductor Latimer.
These rewards have caused a number
of renowned detectives to work on the
Foremost among these is Mr. Con
oley. It was this gentleman who ran
the famous Dalton gang to earth, and
he ha&done other excellent Work,
If Freyer continues to hide ji haw
must get far away from thos
they are hot on Ms trail.
IMI3O DEN GETS OF.
Case Against Him for RuntrimSHfl
Wild Cat Bank Dismissed.
Kansas City, Oct. 16.—The case o
Leonard Imbcden, who in Sep'.smber,
1899, was sentenced to the penitentiary
for ten years for conducting a “wild
cat” bank, has been dismissed. Im-
hade appealto the supreme
court, wninh recently decided that
there was not sufficient evidence pro*..,
ituced to warrant conviction.
When the case was called for re
trial the prosecuting attorney, having
no new evidence, decided that it was
useless to prosecute the case further...
Imboiien was charged with starting
the Planters’ bank in Kaneaß City
without capital and with forging a
draft for $15,000 to obtain capital.
BARK MEROM WRECKED.
Driven Ashore on Kodiak Tsland Du
ring k Gale.
Seattle, Wash , Oot. 16.—The bark
Merom, of San Francisco, ownad by
tbe Alaska Packers Association, was
driven aabore and totally wrecked on
Kodiak island in a gale on tbe after*
noon of Ootober 6. A sailor of tbe
orew, known as “Dutch Bill,” remain
ed on tbe vessel and went down with
her. Fifteen others were aboard, in
cluding Capt. Peterson, whoesoaped
by swimming to shore through the
surf. Tbe bark was broken In pieces
• striking. Her cargo at
the of 50,000 cases .of