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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
r VOLUME XI. NUMBER 87.
LPARISAN PLOT TO KILL
> PRESIDENT M’KINLEY
f -Police Are Investigating’
? the Story
05 THE FACE OF IT
sWttS RfAL FISHY
Officer M if Plot By a
Wil'i II PLOTTER
Was Written On a Slip But the
Police Will Not Give
New York, Nov. 27.—The police of
Hoboken, N. J„ have received a letter*
alleging the existence of a plot to as
sassinate President McKinley. The
writer *t the letter gave in hie commu
nication the names of the alleged chief
conspirators, which the police refuse
to make pubiie. The letter, which ie
illegibly signed, follows:
‘‘Sir: Having almost thoroughly
assured myself of aa anarchist plot
against his exesllanoy, Mr. McKinley,
1 consider it my duty to adviss you of
the name of one who ie more than sus
pected of being a leader, whose uame
is found in the enclosed slip. Ha is a
fugitive from justice and a dangerous
man, having been oonvioted several
times, and oa the laat ocoaalon sen
tenced to five years’ imprisonment for
an anrobist attempt.
My statement can be verified on ap
pealing to the prefeot of police of
Paris, France. In the course of the
past year he concealed himself with a
man named Franooia, the author of an
anarebiat attempt at Scranton, where
ha mortally wounded an agent of po
The writer of this letter, ths police
•av, has been looated and the story is
being Investigated. J
Tbe Claim for an Americas
Soma Time Ago.
Washington, Nov. 27.—Tbs itate
department today telegram
from W. Godfrey Hob ter, United
State* minuter to Gutamala, Hondu
ras, taying tbat be nad reoeired from
the Hodoraa government ten tboneand
dollar*, in gold, in fall payment ef our
claim for killing Frank Poare, of
Fittebnrg, by Honduras soldier* in
THANKSGIVING SKRVICIi AT
BT. MARK’S CHURCH.
The at St.
Mark’s church on Tbnrsday, will be
marked by a display of frails, Cowers
and vegetables—“tbe fruits of tbe
earth”—arranged iu tbe obanoel. Af
ter service, thie oifering will be given
to tbe poor.
WOOD Most for the mon
ey Phone sl, Yard corner
Glougister and Gi ant streets
DID NOT PASS
Decisive Vote Apist il
Atlanta, Nor. 27.—The session of tha
house this morning wan largely taken
up with the debate on Ur. Houston’*
child labor bill, which was the only
Important business ot the day on the
floor of the house, Tha bill was killed
by a vote of 104 to 40.
TERM SOON RXPIR2B.
Adjutant General Byrd Will Go Into
m Jj 36 Rubber Culture,
The Atlanta Dally News says:
General Phil G. Byrd has only one
more week In office as adjutant gen
eral, hie term expiring next Saturday.
When seen this morning, General
Byrd said that he expected about tha
irstofthe year to join hla brother,
Captain R, Lee Byrd, who baa been for
two years in Central America. Capt.
Byrd ban a large plantation near Bo
eas del Toro, in the United States of
Columbia, where he grows sod ships
tropical fruits and rubber.
THE GATriS-KILCO CASE,
Many Witnesses Examined —New Ev
idence to Close Thursday,
Nileigb, N. C., Nov. 27 —Rapid pro
gress !a being made ie the Gattia Kllgo
SIOO,OOO libel case nt Oxford today.
Examination of plaintiff’s was re
sumed. Of the number examined were
m iny obaraoter witnesses, among them
Rev. F. D. Swndcll, of Goldsboro, J.
H. Southgate, Virginlus Ballard and
R. L. Flowers.
Durham attorneys say the plaintiff
will probably rest his case Monday
afternoon. It ia now thought the
evidence will be concluded Thursday
MARRIED IN CHARLESTON.
Charleston, S. C., Nov 27.—Miae
Isabel Aebley Paine, of Charleston,
and Mr, Alexander Lawrence, of Sav
annah, wars married at 1 o’clock to
day at St. Philip's obursb by Rev.
John Johnson. Tbe ohurcb was dec
orated with chrysantbsmams. A large
number of lovitod gueatt were pres
ent. Tbe bride's sister, Miss May
Pains, was maid of honor, and tbs
groom’s brotber, Samuel Lawrence, of
Norfolk, Va., ws best man.
Mr. Lawrence is well known in
DEATH IS NEAR,
ft. Paul, Nov. 27.—Senator Davis’
death Is expected at any moment.
Mr, J, T. Colson, of Brunswick, i(
registered at tbe hotel Marlborough,
New Tork City.
BRUNSWICK, GA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1900.
ie ttiv ai
i ni i
Negro Slot Dicer Was
■ Tta Killed •
MI EMM PREVAILS
Mob Fired Two Hundred Bullets
Into the Despera
Lake City, Fla , Nov. 27.—Spencer
Williams, a negro gambler was ahot
to pieces near this city this afternoon
by a posse composed of over a hundred
Williams arrived from Pensacola last
night and in resisting airest he shot
and dangerously wounded City Marshal
Strange and William Strickland a
promlneut business man.
As soon as the news of the shooting
spread, a posse was organized and went
in hot pursuit of the negro. He was
oyertaken a few miles from town and
shot to pieces, Fully two hundred bul
lets were found in the negro’s body-
* THURSDAY MOIINJNG.
By an oversight, ths noUjie of the
onion Thanksgiving servloe, to be held
at the Preebyterisn ohureh, has been
quits confusing. Our attention has
bean called to tbs faot, and itianow
stated authoritatively, that it will be
held Thursday morning at ten o’elook.
The service will not ba long, and ia
plaoed at above hour ao ae not tointer
fere with household affaire. Beoause
of siokness, absence, etc., the Baptist
choir have aeked to be exouaed,and the
choir of the Presbyterian church will
b&ve charge of tha mueio.
Amrr.ea Against Demand of the
, _*•; - .
Washington, Sv, 27. —Demands
trade on China by the Powers as cabl*
ed by Conger yssterday are regarded
aa altogether too severe to be approved
by the United Siates.
Several Hundred Join the Strikers in
Tampa, Nov. 27—8everai hundred
men were added to the striking foreee
here today. These oame mostly from
among unorganized labor and the
baildlnge in course of construction are
at a standstill.
POPE NOT DEAD.
London, Nov, 27, —The report of the
death of the pops, which reached New
fork today, was baaed on Paris rumors
circulated by a small news agency.
The pontiff waa quite well ycaterday.
The household goods of fl.
11. Raymond will be sold at
auction in the store adjoining
the Brunswick Bank & Trust
Cos., Friday morning at 10
a. m. Thisjis a good chance
to get some fine furniture at
Fob Sai.k-Cash register and iron
safe. Cheap. Apply at this office.
Was fo Haro Been Blown
HEIMS WIRE ARRESTED
Conspirators Had Laid a Mine
Under a Churoh but it Was
r ' ' ' r I
London, Nov. 27 .—According to a
special edition of the Evening Stand
ard, a plot to assassinate Lord Roberts
in which twenty foreigners were con
cerned has been discovered.
It appears that the conspirators laid
and mine which was designed to be blown
up Hun 1 1/ v U tend
ingchurchin Johannesburg, but the
police and guard frus
trated the movement. Ten men meet
ly Italians were arrested.
THE CANS HERE.
Oyster. Factory Will Soon Begin Oper
ation of Canning.
Several truoka of the Cohen Trans
fer Company were kept buay yester
day hauling oane to the plant of the
Aiken Canning Company, and from
this we are lead to believe that the
factory will be in operation within the
next few days. Messrs. Bloodwortb
& Jones removed the mamoth boiler
from the care yesterday, and will be
plaoed in position today.
Osrreoted Daily byi Oapt. Otto /shaineaen
Port of Brunswick, Nov. 27,1900.
British S. 8. Bencedlclr. Jackson, St v
Vincent, C. V.
S. 8. Klogrande, Johnston, New
Sehr. Waltham Barthor, Boston,
Tjohooner Gladys Colson, New York,
Spanish bark Linda, Ferrer, Barce
Sehr. Harold, Harold J. McCarthy,
Flynn, Sat Ula.
The greatest evidenoe of the dangers
of ebolera morbus, diarrhoea and dye
eatery le the increase in the death rate
during the summer months. Ton can
not be too oarefni, and partienlar at
tention should be paid to tha diet, A
supply of Pain-Kili should always be
et band, for It can be relied on at all
times as safe, sure and tpaedy. A tea
spoonful will oars any ordinary rase.
Avoid eobetitntee. There ie bnt one
Pein-KUler, Perry Davie’. Pnoe 350.
Pater Evans, colored, waa yesterday
tried in Justice Lambright’e bourt on a
charge of larceny made by tbe local
branch of ihe |Amsrican of
Labor, acd he was bound over. Mr.
A. L- Franklin represented the plain
tiffs, and Mr. Ernest Dart the defend
Patiis, Noy. 27.—President municipal
council tomorrow will propose in
council a vote arbitrating Transvaal
THREE DAYS OF RAIN
THEN CONIES A FLOOD
Pittsburg District Scene of
Hiss Claudia Lucas Now
Leads io tie Times-Call
HOW THEY STAND.
Miss Claudia Lucas 49
Mias Janie Symons 45
Miss Madge Young 42
Mias Dollie Tison 26
Mias Addle Tankersly 20
Total cast 224
The Times-Oall circus contest 3tarts
ed in realearnest yesterday and many
votes were polled for the different
young ladieis in the race.
The voting boxes were placed in front
of Brown’s and Butts’ drug stores and
all during the afternoon people could
be seen going up and dropping in the
little white ballots for their favorites,
aud the "contest editor” had somewhat
of a job counting the ballots.
□ Three m-ire young ladles were enter
ed by their friends, Mis-es Janie Sym
ons, Madge Young and Addle Tankers
ley and they start off with a good
number of votes to their credit.
Hereafter, the ballots each day will
be dated and must be cast on that day.
For instance the ballot that appears in
today’s paper is dated Nov. 28. Should
some of these be cast tomorrow, they
will not be counted. Tbe ballots that
appeared in Sunday’s and Tuesday’s
piper however, will be oounted if cast
The ballot boxes are placed in front
of tbe two above named drug stores
early every morning, and are remoyed
at 6 o’clock in the afternoon, therefore
you should vote before that hour, or
they can be mailed to tho contest edi
The management of the Timeb-Call
Is determined that the race shall be a
fair one, and no one connected with
this offloe will be allowed to partici
pate in the conteet.
During the count last night a large
number of votes blank on one side
were found and were thrown out. Theee
ballots were obtained from spoiled
copies of tbe paper and are no good.
For the Most Popular Young Lady
in Brunswick, I Vote tor
A SMALL BLAZE.
An alarm ef fire was turned in yes
terday about 12 o’clook from box 6.
A small blaae was looated io tbs Cath
olic church. Nodauige was dons.
MANY LIVES AND
Tloosaafls Tlrowi Oat of
Hundreds of Families Driven From
Their Homes By the
Pittsburg, Nov. 27.-After three
days of incessant rain, a flood unpre
cedented for this aeaeon of the year
swept down the Menongabela and Al
legheney rivers last night, ruining
hundreds of thousands dollars’ worth
of property, drowning at least thirty
persons, temporarily throwing ont of
employment thousands of workmen by
foroed suspension of many industrial
establishments lining the banka of
both streams, and rendering hundreds
of families homeless.
The lowlands in Pittsburg, Alleghe
ny, South Pitteburg, Sharpaburg, and
McKeesport are inundated, and nearly
every plant fronting the two rivers
have been forced to abut down. Hun
dreds of families are [either driven
from their homes or are living in up
per lloora and using skiffs. There ware
many narrow escapes from drowning
during the night, and several men are
reported missing. At Neville island
four spins of a railroad bridge in the
course of construction were swept
away during the night.
Jamestown, Tenn., Nov. 27.—Rain
baa fallen here unceasingly for four
days. All the creeks and rivera are
out of their bank). It ie feared that
muoh damage is done to farm lands,
rafts, and timber by the high water.
Jamestown is in the Cumberland moon
TORNADO IN GREENS.
Augusts, Nov. 27.
here of a tornado wbioh passed over
Siloana, Greene county. Many head of
oattle were killed and crops much
damaged. No loss of lives is rsported
Tenderness, acbing J in tbs smell of
tbe baok is a serious symptom. Tbs
kidneys ar* suffering. Take Smith’s
Su-s Kidney Cure at onoe. It is a re
liable kidney remedy and eyetem reg
ulator, and will cure tbe trouble be
fore It develops ite dangerous stag*.
Price 50 cents. For sale by all drng
Wh* yea want prompt acting little pills
that never gripe one IJeWltt’s Uttle Early
Kiwis. W. J. Betts.
WOOD—Most for the mon
ey’.. Phone 3l ' u Yard corner
Gloucester and Grant streps