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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 62.
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Roosevelt Spate to Mao?
TWENTY THOUSAND PRESENT
A SSHrof Parades Were Held in
Honor of the Vice-President
New York. Oct. 26,— Got. Roosevelt
•poke ton ght at Madison Sqnart Gar
den, according to schedule, to nearly
.twenty rhCufcand person*. The crowd
waa larger than that which greeted
Bryan ten days ago. The speech waa
devoted mainly to militarism Rooer
velt emphatically and boldly declared
that the flag would be kept in the
Philippine*. He dwelt un'h* prosp r
itj which rules the os*in'ry, giving
the repuhlioan adminislration the full
credit for lame.
He vehemently and fiercely attacked
Bryan and the democratic platform
and its supporters.
Odell, ths candidate for governor of
New York, also spoke on the Issues of
the day, devoting bis comments most
ly to State affairs.
Twenty d.fferent parades were held,
*leaa by twice that number of bands.
Fifty thousand men were in the line
of march, eaob wearing “Teddy ft”
pink*, which com *20,000, having been
grown for tbi* special occasion. The
bands’ bills will aggregate 112,000 ad
The Italian republican associations,
which originally intended to parade on
a previous date, postponed same and
turned out tonight 10,000 strong,
The fireworks and electric light dis
play are dazzling and blinding in their
Pghtnlng like effulgence.
This occasion will make a lasting
impression as one of the greatest occur
rences in the political history of the
BKYAN AT MORRISTOWN.
Morristown, N. J., Oct. 20.—0n this
bis second day in tbe state of New
Jersey, Hon. W J. Bryan came np
here from Jersey City on a special
train and spoke from the platform of
tbe ear this morning. He then went
to Dover, where be spoke at noon. Us
afterward addressed meetings in Boon
ton and Paterson.
COAL STB IKK OFF.
▲ Joint Statement From Those at In
terest Proclaim Tbis Result.
Hazleton, Oot. 2*.—Chairman Mitob
ell and tbe executive board of the
United Mine Workers, have declared
tbe coal etrike off.
They issued a joint statement ad
dressed to the mine owners and mine
workers declaring it con
tinue tbe strike, as they were satie
fl ed with tbe ten psr cent Inoreass in
WILL BE A CANDIDATE.
Hon. J. P. Brown Saying Nothing
end Sawing Wood.
Macon, Oot. 26.—Mr. J Pope Brown
is a candidate lor governor. This can
be put down as a faot.
Mr. Brown was in Maoon Ibis morn
ing on bis way to Valdosta, where he
goes to look after ths interests of the
state fair whiob is to bs held there.
Mr, Brown is not talcing but if any
body believes he is not a candidate for
the governorship they are mistaken.
Mr. Brown will be the flrst oandi
date that South Georgia has put up in
a number of years. He has a strong
foiiOrt-.x-j; and i •reootrr.iisd as one of
tbs best qualified, as well as one of the
most popolar, men in the arate that
has been spoken of in oenneotlon with
SAW MILLS SHORT.
Washington Saw Mills Want More
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 26.—The mill
and factory Inspector of this city says
that wßges in the saw mills of the state
are from 10 to 12 per cent, higher than
they were at the time of his last res
port, and that In other industries wages
are also higher. The scarcity of lab
orers is well Indicated by the tai ure of
the hop grower* to secure enough men
to crqp. They were com
pelled to use an untpually large num
ber of women and children, and Japa
were taken into the yards for the first
The saw mills have appealed through
sn Eastern railroad for more men,
guaranteeing work for the entire year.
The retarn of a large number of men
from Cape Nome, where they made a
failure, will partly All the demand.
CAMDEN COUNTY FAIB.
It Was a Big Suocess and Many Visit
ors Were Present.
Tbe regular annual fair of tbe Cams
den County Agricultural Association,
was held at Woodbyne, on Thursday,
and it was a success in every sense of
tbe word. Tbe attendance was larger
tbis year than ever before, and the ex
hibits much better. The people of
our siiter county are a progressive
set, and they deserve suocess in every
Grifllb, G*., Oct. 26.—The Georgia
State Dairymen’s Association, wbicb
meets here on October 30tb and No
vember Ist, will be entertained royal
ly, and among the interesting matters
on ths program will be an adprees by
ex-Governor Hoard, of Wisconsin, wbo
is also editor of Hoard’s Dairyman,
the recognized authority upon all
aubjeots pertaining to tbe cow Id th's
Tbe meeting will be held at tbe
Olympio theatre and Alderman Daniel
J. Bailey will deliver tbe addreae of
welcome on behalf of tbe citizens of
Griffin and Governor Hoard will re
CAPT. PAGE DEAD.
Havana, October K.—Yellow fever
olaimed another victim today. Capt.
Page, of tbe battalion of Porto Rico
infantry, waa tbe one to anooumb.
BRUNSWICK, GA. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1900.
RALLY ON FOR TONIGHT
Col. Arthur E. Cochran to
Make an Address
SHE OF 008 LOCAL SPEAKERS TOO
Every Voter in Brunswick Should Attend—Promises to
Be the Largest Meeting Held in
There will bs a great democratic
rally at the city ball tonight,
Hon. A. E. Ooobran, democratic
eleotor for this district, will be the
principal speaker. Addresses will also
be mad* by othtr well-known gentta-
E ® n * gjfUki,
wiok Should gire Sffi'fU
ing reception. Tse presidential ejgc
titm ffeoprs on leas than
tvrteweek*. Under the plan proimit
gateji by the National Bryan and
Stevenson Club, of which W. R. Uearst
is president, democratic meetings are
to be heHrifh emy part of the ooun
try tonight. Thousands of distin
guished speakers vrill pioturttbaevils
of at Tha name
Tbe patriotic people b( America are
aroused as they bare not been for de
cades. Tbe iniquitous
republican party are
liberty—tbe very existence—q|F tsjs re-
PUt *' e '
The people of accustomed
aa they have become, to bearing the
oppressive burdens of enormous pen
sion appropriations, have yet hardly
realized the extent and tbe terrible
effects of the more recent proiluots of
tbe republican party—imperialism and
These powerful combination* of cap
ital have crashed out of commercial
exl itenou thousands of men with small
capital, have thrown out of employ
ment vast numbers of commercial
travelers and other employees, Aa a
result great fortunes have been amass
ed almoet in a day by tbe few, while
thousands of men with families have
been brought face to faoe with starva
tion . At tbe same time prices of all
commodities controlled by|ihe irusti
Many corporations and individuals
in tbis country are today worth more
than many nations io former limes.
Numbers of these financial king* have
more wealth than ths entire state of
Money is being congested in the
great financial centers sod tbs few
have it in their power to greatly op
press tbe majority.
The repubiloan party hae fostered
and is nnrturing tbe great trust sys
tem in order to perpetuate Us own ex
istence. Hanna bas but to speak, and
vast million* are poured Into bis bands
as a corruption fund with whiob to
purchair the votee that moat consti
tute their majority, if they wTfc at ail.
Ttrtffreat pension system has become
aotoajlo. Aa soon as there is a pros?
pact that tbe votlnjfjitrengtb of the
republican machine U abbut.to be re
duced, another war is trumped up,
and (he problem is’sceftkeolved.
t*taio| by tbe geld that it
givti* to its i£bh*troui
trudte— and supported by the votes of
those who drjiyv their living from the
public treasury, (h# republican party,
the party oUgreed and gold, has
handled the red flag in the face of
MM!-* tt® constitution, and
woukjLwstablisha despotism (bat would
oaar of Russia to pale with
envy. T >■
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¥§>°i der > *hen, that tha patriotio
> y%- -A' -
P*°pfe of every aeotion of the oountry
have become aroused to the neoesaity
of overthrowing this great combina
tion o! spoilsmen and would-be-ty
v.3Pbs democrats of Brunswiok should
tonight In coming together, and
thus contribute to the great rebuke
; r ' * ■
that will be administered to tbisgrch
enemy of our country.
Mr. Coobran ik'an able and enter
taining speaker, and other well Junown
local oratora will make short talks.
New York, Oct. 26.—Hon. William
J. Bryan will return to Now York to
day, and there will be an immense de
monstration tonight at Madison Square
Tbe democratic clnbj under the lead
ership of President Hearst, of the Na
tional Association of Democratic Clubs,
will parade. Madison Square will be,
tonight, as light as day.
Mr. Anson Phelphs Stokes will pre
side, and will introduce tbe first speak
er. He will be followed by BourJte
Cochran. Then Mr. Bryan will be
introduced and win make tbe principal
address After Mr.
Bryan's ovkiiibo, Senator Wellir 'ton.
the moB conspicuous convert from tbe
republican party, will speak,
Tbe streets of New York will be ttll
•d tonight with marching olubs, and
tbe Illumination by fireworks will, it is
claimed, excell anything, the Metropo
lis bas witnessed.
A NEW ANOHOR.
The Government Experiments With
Washington, Oct. 26,—A t ial was
made today in the I’etomac river of the
Langston mt or og cevice, invented by
F. M. Lingitou, The new anchor hae
already been adopted by the French
r and navy departments
are in tbe test. The device is
designed! to t. fiord safe anchorage for
Vessels under extreme conditions, It
consists of a cast iron disk that can be
made any desired diameter from ten
inches np to two feet, A heavy chain is
fastened to the disk. The idea is to
have the disk sunk in the sand or other
substance at the bottom, to a depth of
from ten to thirty feet. To accom
plish this, a galvanized iron pipe, to
which a hose is attached, is passed
through the hole in the disk anil the
outfit is sunk to tbe bottom. A stream
water at heavy pressure Is then forc
(jNbrough the pipe. The water bores
a hole through the send anp as the pipe
sinks the disk sinks with it. When the
desired depth is reached, the pipe is
Withdrawn and the loose materials close
"around the chain, leaving the disk bur
ied many feet under the bottom of the
sea. Within an hour after the disk is
sunk, lhe matersals will be so solidly
iWdked around it that it will resist aiyj
power to which it la likely to be sub
The sinking ofithe disk requires but a
few mlnfltos. In an equally short time
a hole bored down to the disk when it
is easily raised,
London, Oct, 26.—A Lydenburg dis
patch, In the Transvaal, says that the
Boers, disheartened and discouraged by
the departure of President Kruger and
the death of most of their generals, in
tend to make a general surrender today.
This atop is said to have been decided
upon after a long and stormy eonfer
• ice of leaders a’ Lydenburg.
MEMBER 100 YEARS OLD.
Boston, Oct. 26,—Today is the 100th
birthday of Mrs. Eunice Russ Amos of
this city, and it is being celebrated by
Old South Chapter, Daughters of Amer
ican Revolution, of which she is a
member. Old South Chapter is also
planning for many interesting events in
the coming sepion’a patriotic work.
JOHN ADDISON PORTER DYING.
Pamfret, Conn., Oct, 26 —John Ad.
dison Porter, former private secretary
to President MoKlnley, is in a critical
condition at bis home here, as a result
of a surgioal operation which waa per
formed last Wednesday, leaving him
in a very weak condition from whioh
he baa been unable to rally in spite i t
tbe energetic efforts of the surgeons.
Those in attendant upon him, look
for bia death Dourly.
New YpjpUPPPPIIoB?' Theodore
Roesevelt, Governor of New York,
roaottSi'New York October 27, 185(3, aid
has resided In tbe state all bis life
Hon John D. Long, Secretary of the
Navy, also celebrate* this day. an his
birthday, but he hae been crowned
with twenty more year* than has Mr,
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Of ■ MB
Directors Met a&i Names
BETTER THAN PRESIDENT
Salary Amounts to Over SSO, r 00
Annually and is the Best Job
New York, Oot. 26.—Charles H.
Hays has been selected president of
the Southern Pacific railway to sue*
oeed the late Collis P. Huntington.
Hays is now general manager of
Grand Trunk line.' He will be form
ally elected at the meeting; of tha
board of directors, which takes place
Thursday and Friday of next week.
MOOSE SEASON. 1
Bangor, Me. Oct. 20.-The moose
season which began on the 15th Instant,
has called an innumerable army of
(hunters, who are longing for shots at
the noble animals. This army of sports
men Includes all kinds.
COCKRILL’S HARD CANVASS.
MayayiUe, Mo., Oct. 26.-Senator
Cockrill ended hit campaigning tour
here today, He began his stumping
tour at Paris, Mo,, on the 25th of
September, and has spoken lit forty
Raleigh, N. C., Oct 26,-This being
Educational Day at the State Fair, it it
being observed aa a holiday by all the
graded schools of this city. All the
pupils of the city schools areal the
fair, and their enjoyment is at a high
pitch, ',The road to the fair buildings
has been filled with youngster* all day
Newark, N. J., Oct, 26,-Tbe State
Federation of Women began
session here today. There are now
twelve federated clubs in this city,
who have extended a generous wel
come to oot of-town delegates. Mrs.
Stewart Hartshorn of Women’s Club
of Orange, will be elected president, It
is thought. So far no name for vies
president has been presenttd
Chi (ago, Oct. 26.—A Housewifery
Congress began a four days’ session
here today, Tbe topics discussed were
chemistry and the like. The discus
sions will continue afternoons and even
ings, Skilled housekeepers, not pro
fessional cooks, will give demonstra
tions In practical cooking. The exhi
bits Include many articles of utility and
beauty, designs of special convenience
for house* and rooms, fruit in preserv
ed forms, in yen lions of women for dob.
mesilc comforts and suggestions fei fur
nlshiogs. The scope and aim •of this
movement is educational.