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THE BRUNSWICK. DAILY NEWS.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 264 wm_ Local Seilers to Bid on Big Shipment ol Cy } press Lies LOS THE mm RAILROAD Another Hundred Thousand Wanted By the Government to Continue Work on the Road—Bids will Be Opened Next Week. All of the Brunswick across-, lie deal ers are now making bl/is for another hundred thousand c.yit/ess ties for the United States gavermnent to be uses in the construction /of the Panama railroad. The order has beN advertised by i). Wl Ross, general /purchasing agent of the government, and all bids will be opened in Washington on next Tuesday, September IS. ,In case the order is placed in this city it will the shipping of these hundred thousand tfes through tile .port of Brunswick and will serve to swell the /volume of -ermimene for the month/iu which tiie shipment is made. J tt is uiuerstood that crosstie dealers both on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts will submit, estimates on the cargo. LA MAI SON PARISIEMNE TO OPEN OCTOrirF? :3T Madame It. Donizet/the prop* -otor of La Maison Parisi/nne nanoii'iies elsewhere In this is/ue that s if? will open her handsomer parlors on New castle street on October and '.’ill display the handsomest line of millin ery hats and geipral goods over dis • layed in this -c/ty. The greet hall; of these goods Shave been nnaoite.i direct from Palis j>a:id some of the creations are amply hewll lc iiu’ in tlieii- lovliness.l The ladies af Brunswick are cor dially invited to remember rlio date of the opening. Madame Denizet is surrounded with ample help and there will be iw> trouble to display 111 0 goods. | UNKNOWN MAN IS STILL IN A CRITICAL fcoDITION. The unknown white man, who was placed in the city hospittil Thursday afternoon, and who hails from a sta tion on the A . B. & A. railroad, was reported to he in a critical condition yesterday, and the physicians do net think there is much liape for his re covery. The man has belli unconscious since his arrival at tl/e hospital and his name is not ye! known. It was not ex per ted that/ he would live through the night. SOUTHERN INSTRUCTION OAF! TO VtBIT THE CITY The Southern Halfway instruction car No. 719, will ar/ive ip Brunswick ip a few days for /lie purpose of in structing the eigii/ers, firemen, flag men and conductor in regard to com bustion. air brakes, machinery and Other matters. / The car is similiar to the one which was here several weeks ago to in struct employes/ of the A., B. & A. it will visit all cities on the South ern, remaining two or three days in each city. BIG FOUR-MASTER HERE FOR A t CARGO OF TIES Brown & Com pi ny, the large cross tie dealers, are iow loading in the southern section if the city, the lar gest four-master ichobner afloat. She 16 the Governor ] ’owers and is a six eeu hundred ton 1 vessel and will car ,-y j n the neighborhood o£ 25,000 cross ties. She is taking on the cargo tor New York. ______ for the Dog Show/; The children of Brunswick, and the old folks, too* lor that matter, are waiting with interest fo see Gentry’s dog and pony show, which will give two performances in the city next Saturday. The show is said to be larger and better than ever this year a number of new features having been added. Hossie Will Make Trips. The steamer Hess'.e will make two trips to St. Simon pier tomorrow, leaving the city at 9. a. m. and 2,30 p. m., and returning from the island At 11 a. in. and 5,30 p. m. NOW HEADY 10 BEGIN WORK —t — Southern Bell to Start on lls New System in Brunswick ALL AHIEMENIS IDE If City Will Allow Excavation to go On Now the Work Will Begin At Once on the Central Energy System. The communication received from the Southern Bell /Telephone and Telegraph Company by city council Thursday night,/.notifying the city that they were ready to begin work on the new system in Brunswick, it tiie city would alkftr the company to make the necessary excavations should be a good niece of news to the people of Brunswick. As is well krown the telephone company intends tff'mstali a complete new system in Brunswick., known as the central energy /ystem, They will erect on the lot an Richmond street recently purchase by tli company, a very handsome f,\ lildiug, which will be used exclusively by the company. The work of patting in the new sys tem will be no shiyjl job, as every wire will be paced under ground. \ large force of wijnunea will be re quired to do the Work and it will take •some time to complete it. The petition l/om tiie company was referred to the Loard of health, will n body will probably act on it imme diately, and it is \dieved that :v, com jpany wifi lie gtvt’ry permission to ■proceed with the work. As is well known there is a city ordinance which prohibits the excavations during the summer months, and for the tele phone company Asked permision of council. ( The summer ISqUmut over now anl and it, is believedTthat there •is no danger of sicknesf being the result Of this excavation, 'be two 01 three weeks before/ the telephone people will lie ready to begin the work. By that liitie it will he muca cooler and ilicre will he hut lilt lo danger. / It is lnderstood /that the company now has a large/ force of men at work in a nearby (city, who are just about to complete/ their joh, and the company is auxioyis to remove the force to this city. it. is probable that the hoard will take the matter up at once and give the teeip-hone company a reply. “A RUNAWAY MATCH” PLEASED. Played to a Fairly Good/louse at the Grand Last wight. “A Runaway Match/ a very laugh able farce comedy, was tbe bill at the Grand last night/ and considering the fact that it was the warn, est evenings of the amntrier, the at tendance was iinusui/lymrge, The attraction wai % good one arm the audience evinced their approval of the production by a liberal ap plause duriug the evening. Some interesting specialties were introduced and on the whole the company was aboye the average. CONGREGATION OF THE SYNA ! GOGU'_ TO HAVE ONE DURING HOLIDAYS. The eongiegation of the synagogue Beth Teflldh has arranged for] a rabbi to visit, the city during the coming Jewi9h>hlldays to conduct services in thbrUTty. They have secured the services or Rabbi Minkm, Of New York, who win arrive nex/ week and will remain throughout the noltdays, which win be usherea in next Wednesday. The rc/rubers of the congregation haye beet! frying fo call a rabbi to this city! permanently, but so far have notV succeeded, although they hgve several well known men in view gud may call one before the winter season heglng. Removal Notice. C. Goldstein has removed his shoe shop from 309 Newcastle street to 317 I Newcastle street. PALMA TO RESIGN AS PRESIDENT OF CUBA n rrnrn iiirsf i LtLbty !I§P TWO SLICK CROOKS WORKED QUITE A SMOOTH GAME ON PEOPLE ALCJ/NG SOUTHERN A well kndwn timber and cros.-t;.' man who in the city yesterday from a pom t on the Soulh'Tii rail way near Ahe city, telis of a couple of shrewtf fakirs who robbed sevor.-i business/men of that city and use l Brunswick in ills little game. It scans Hull several wo is ago a well pressed man going and r tli? name r.f Col. Gordon, of Savanna.;, appeared! at Mcßae and other points and reiVesented himself to Ife tin agent of >the "Eastern Building and l.oan and! Trust Company," and . .> fered to lop.ll money to the people at six per He was plausible and succeeded i/ 1 catching some of Ho liest people! in that section for amounts ranging from Sir. to $35. Tiie man Jstated tliat the loans' would [luvcjto be approved by “Col. Mace," of Savannah, anl worked the old assessment plan on the* inuooen people to gJod advantage. Many ap plications lor loans were liehl, iml alwavs “Col.;, Mace" wrote Dial the company was not y.-ady to mate them Finally “CoS Gordon" appeared on the scene as id attempted his game again, but Jtvas not successful am sought new |ilelds to conquer. A strange} feature of the matter Is that several/ of the letters were writ ten by "Op 1 .. 11a: e” dated from Brunswick, f but an examination oi the envelopes always revealed tiie fact that they were mailed on tno Central lupin between Albany ana Columbus. t; The Bnhiswlck visitor stated yes-1 terday tllaf tiie .people of .Mcßae and other poiias in that neighborhood had been fleeced out of several Inin- dred dollars by this pair of sharps. LITTLE INTEREST TAKEN IN JUDGES FIGHT HERE. Which of the tw</ cuitTiiual.es for justices of the new/courl of appeals will carry Glynn e/unty in the elec.- ice: to lie hold /m GcSober a? It may he that some of the politicians Imre a lip amt will know who to work for on tljjc day of Ihc elect ion. hut as fori the average voter he hardly knows w/Ro the sev: ral can didates are. Nona or them arc well \ known in Lliis coanty, and it is har I to tell al this /time which of Uc candidates will feet the vote of this county. | ~i — MERCURY T AA( ES A SHOOT; FLIRTS (A/ITH THE NINETIF Yesterday wlia unquestionably one of UlO warmclt days tiie people of Brunswick havl exponenc: and Ibis sum mer. The melcury took an upward shoot and waslvvell into the ninei.it: during the entire day. But little breeze prevailed to cool off the at mosphere and the day was a very u •oml'orlalilc one. IN A FRENZY OF FEAR MEN BEAT MANY WOMEN New York, Sept. 11 A series of deafening and blinding c'eetrical ex plosions in the subway ti linel, 50 feet under Bark avenue, during the down town rush hour today, threw the .pas sengers in eight coaches of a Urea-I way express train info the wildest panic. Many women became hysteri ca! and several bad to be restrained by the men from crawling through the windows, which were o; en at; the top. The most serious part of the panic was caused by men. Almost as hys terical as the women, they rushed fo"- (he doors in each ar, hauling the wo men aside and knocking them In the third car a small nmn grabbed ,t woman by the neck at (lie door ami mil led her to a. side sent. She held to his coat and he turned and kicked her j Several mca in the car wi o were noi I so excited, attacked the offender, ..no at Fourteenth street he left the train to iiave a doctor f’y his taco. WOMAN BANDIT IN AUTO RANSACKf! FARMER’S HOME Lilli.* ;■'ill;-'.,, x. Y., Sept it. -A styl ishly dressed ylung woman in a large Ired aulomobilA accouipaniea, by a man, appeared ibe noniu o' Jainea Thompson, a wealthy farmer, of Hal- Isbury, and askeryUi se<- him A maid told t/.-r that nobody was at. home. The lonian df-w ,i plslo-, warned her she /would be l-dUod ii screamed and (idered her to go into the house. Thin the man took the pistol and kept Iguard over the maid while the bandit ransacked the house. \ BRUNSWICK. GA.. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15. 1906. QtTPTIHI! 10 MiliAiiild Boos viiii anl Cabinet Offi cers Held Con! rente in Oyster ysy Gilllili'S END li. NOW BELIEVED THAT THE CU BAN GOVE KNME:/i’ is ABOUT lO FALL- TWO',AMERICAN CRU SIERS HA V Ejr BEEN ORDERED THERE. / / H J Havana, Sfpt. 14.—1 tis reported tl.af Presidei t Palma proposes to re sign the prc.i idency of Cuba. The congi ess has not yet met, claiming thal there is no quorum and it is believe and that this is Palma'* reason for resigning. The rebelslperristed today in their desire lo sufrender to the American forces. Washington, Sept. 14.— The crui sers Des Manes and Dixie have been ordered to fcrocccd to Cuba. Oyster f/ay, Sept 14.—President Roosevelt,/Secretary Taft, Secretary Bacon, Pcitmaster General Cortelyou, and Secretay Bonaparte heid a con ference here today for the purpose of discussing the Cuban situation. It is now believed that the Cuban government is tottering to its fall. SAYS A SHIP IS ON THE WATCH FOR FILIBUSTERS. Key West, Fin., Sept 11 The f-rttbD ■ Moim-s arrived lien* this | uftcrncon and Immediately landed all her small boat;; lo begin coaling. She will await orders hero. Pilot boats and steamers entering here repori. that nil American warship is in ihc Quit stream searching for illibushq-H, The Dublin consul here has engaged several launches for searching among Die Florida keys, where, he say;;, an insurgent expedi tion is being made tit* OEALIS/CLOSED R. E. HUNTER SELLS OUT Ht r >j STOR E>fn t> WILL MOVE To/FLORIDA. Adi al was Alnally consummated >'<•: Icrdaj whereby Hunters’ I’lnti macy was sold/to p, (' Mailt!■ ,v 1? :i! has been conii*. t, ~| with ibo l.usin*--; •• l’yir some limf Mr. vianoe IrojKi# l '-: to install a first! class druggbf in a few days and is going to mafic his store one of the most allraclive of the kind in thv city. J Mr I!, L Hunter will early next week remo o to Dowling. Park. Fla, where lie i oor to accept a position i,l l the 1 iwliug Naval Store;- and I .urn her Company. The News wishes all parties to the deal sac ess p, their respective Ht-Idr. PLAIN T. C. CRENSHAW AND AND DEMOCRAT M’LENDON. Ordinary Dari/ Is now engaged In ar:an-, in;, for !;/• election Cm Ociobc 3, ami bo half made up a lie tick* t v.blch will lie '.filed for in tills county on that day. fit will carry |thc ntitaol of S. G. M.(J,endoii, dui.iobi'at, ami I that, of T. of t'.i enshaw lot railroad | commissioner The fact thai the one nippeared as ' ilento rni" and the Qtlirr plain T. C. (iron haw. y.aittr and com ment. The i'tjolv i, a:, arranged will b raliier o ong one for voters, but it will I o a l rraua(;d so that ev er ir .<'■, will understand whit. It. in - cludes and iixclud.es. In Commission Again. After tailing u \-£*\ y/ aiout six months the |hji,,i.lji>l Klien lij Jordan was ■pla.v'.ec* into cofcimission again a i few days ago. Tile Jordan/ is one of the best boats on'the bar/and w ill take the place of the Oracle. ANOTHER office of the a. b. & A. HAS HEADQUARTERS IN BRUNSWICK NOW. j . i Ordcres were Issued yesterday bv j General Superintendent Wilburn, or I the A.. B. and A., railroad, for the removal of the office of stock claim agent ot the company from Fitzgerald where il lias boon located for some lime, to this <dfy. A clerk in the | ‘dllei of Superintendent Wilburn will jbavc this myvning Tor Hie purpose of packing 11/ the office ilxtures an t removing fh/111 to Brunswick. in this Connection It. may be ot interest 1 J say that recently a change has beeY made in this office. It. V. Swain, /ormerly sto. k claim agent, having /resigned, and W„ jV!, Mash, for a fear chief clerk in the train nia.-.icijf; office, having been appointe I to tin/ position. The office of Mr. Mash will lie lo cated in Ihe Grand opera house luflhl iug along with tne other offices ot Lie company in tliis city. GEORGIA SOLDipfcs MAY BE ORDERED TO CUBA. 1 lie follywingYspecial seal out from Washington ycatciday will be of in terest : “Secretary Bonaparte left on the congressional Jimitod tliis afternoon to consult wiffli the president on the Cuban sitirjthjn. "ConMrmatiod of tiie press dispatches this morning jfwftf, the only word re ceived by tiny state department today on the Cuba* question. A combined atiii k upon Il ivana by Ihc Uuuirgcnts at any tiuielwould not he a surprise to this govliument. “The fad Jhat the revolution is daily assuming larger proportions lias led the chief tm staff to issue orders to the Federal staff of the army to 0111- line a plat for the occupation. The war depart pent, proposes to he ready for any on urgency. “At pres nt there are 5,000 troops at ('hickan nuga, (in., which could be embarked or Cuba from Tampa, Fht within thi ly-six hours. BOY KIC ti IN MOUTH BY STUBBORN HORSE. Anniston, Ala., Sup I 1 I While driv ing a horse into a stable at Oxford yesterday afternoon the $, year-old son of W. F. Curvin was kicked in tii" head by animal as lie stooped to pick up a stick to beat the brute. The boy was hit in fib" lupulh by tlje horse’s hoofs, receding a broken jawbone ands frac.lurqtj teeth. A TRAVELING SALESMAN DRaWMEO IN RIVER. Spartanburg, id CL, S-qd 14.-0, ii. McMillan, agv/d 25 years, of this city, traveling sidesman for the Gen • ral Fire Fytbig isher Company, was drowned in ! J aeo at, river Thursday at imiocui. He win in swimminif vy;i.lh friends, got, he ond ills dept b ana was drowned hi loro assistance could rca: li liim. y : MILLION DOLiJAR PLANT FOR ‘MAKING CEMENT. Chattanooga, fPerm., Sept 14. A million dollar ill ant is lo be iocattvi at ('openlingeii,Juear south Pittsburg, by Kansas (Jly capitalists. The i;icf 11 ,, . alri fly been purchased un i I urn Nashville load is now laying a pur track tnij Ihe proposed idaiit. ; 'i .-,e plant win have a dally output jot 3,000 bn relit. Democrat. iff New Mexico. | S.ifdiy tv. |N. Mi, Sept 14- The j democratic tffirltoilal convention to day nomlnatfjd A. O. I.anazola. of Las Vegas, for delegate to eor\g*ea. Re -.oliriioiiK imtuinliig*!n endonse aient of William J. JEfryan for the pro-mU-ucy In 1908 cally chcerej. Jolnf f ’ ? or New Mexico land A 'en dorsed. j . t "fa Russi n Courtmarttotj J, Moscow, K ipt. 14 The yVtjrt sub ject of flrun head eoilitniariiltl Is Moscow ts Vladimir Mazury, the lead er of the Moscow section of the ‘‘Fly ing Group,” who was placed on trial tod; .- on the charge of armed r<- siiitancu to llie oUlcers and coudemn ed fo he hanged. The sentence w.l'i. be executed tomorrow. Attempted train Robbery. Fit. l-’eiersbuig, Sept. 14. —An un successful and disastrous attempt at train robbery lias been made upon the Baltic railway at a point near St. Petersburg. Asa result two of the bandits were killed and a third was mortally wounded and others wers captured. HU ID CONTINUE Southeasfern Tariff Ussook tion Hill flat Bis salve SS HAS SEEN REPORTED President Richardson Says There *s Now More Need of the Associa don Than Ever— He Gives Out an Interview. The following story from the At lanta. News of yesterday will be ot interest, in truusportuiion circles of this city, as il was unifoutic and several days since that the Southea and. 'n Passenger Asso, iation would soon g,, out of business: Chairmtui Joseph Uielumh-.oii, <r the Southeastern I‘asscnger Associa tion, enters emphaiical denial i ( . ( the story sent out Irom Nett Orleans ana published in a number of state pa lairs to the effect that the roc ml. amendment lo the rale law woubi cause the association to go out of business. Air Richardson stated that because the New Orleans I as eager Bureau and the Memphis Fa; . eager (Bureau will leave the Hold tliis mouth is because* lie under stands,thut these bn,leans which are purely local are not given the sunpon. they need by various roads cure ring theso cities. “M|'. Richardson tdalea that file Boutheastern I’assouger ,Vssoctuiiou lias nothing at all to do with the making ol rates and act,; only as a publishing or clearing house for news 'ol interest to the various soul here, roads. He states that net only will the as sociation not ,;o ,ut of Uicss, bo, is more needed now than ever. "Mr. Richardson way seen by a lepi'i seiil.a!ivo£ The News today and usljed in regard to tiie .published re ' I'OiT that the SouUieaslcrn I’assen ger Association was vitally affected by the recent rate law, and will go out of business. Mr. Richurdson said; 'There ta nothing in the new law which, iu any way, affects the ,status uf the Southeastern 1.’.m.-cnger Association and there has been no correspondence or conference rela tive lo the- possible dissolution of tbe association, which is urgauized and operated slrictly in aci ordaun; vvilli the various laws affecting the con duct of passenger traffic On Uo contrary the recent amendment ta tiie interstate eomgicioc muucr more Ilian ever necuauar. a clear auce house such as Is tli Boutin ast ern I'asstniKCff Association.’ Air. Richardson further slated that neith er the Now Orleans Uu.-'senger Bu reau or the Memphis Passenger liu- I rau are in any way comnv led wit 11 the Southeastern Pa senger Associa ttoa, ad -tliat if if be a fact, as re ported, tliat those two burr arts will be dissolved at an early date, their dissolution will he due not lo an) legai necessity, but to a hole f on the part of the passenger traffic officials of Iti" flints' meniikens tlioicol', that those bureaus are iio longer necessary. H BIK/liKBEAI ATTENDANCE AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THIS YEAR WILL BE LAtGEST IN HISTORY BupertntfJlileat Ballard, of the pn he schools* talks most Interestingly of the senileu which is to open on Monday, Rfpteinber 24, and thinks u promises ap be one of the bo scholastic wears In the hlstorj ot tie schools. I He stuffs that the indications ar that the tflal increase in enrollment fil the wlite school , acme a ii! ; over 150 a'lid that a marled in-rear. ; will also occur in the colored schools of the city! This rapid growth in attendance a marked evidence of the fact thu 1 Bnuiswick's population i -.re -in by leaps and pounds. No Scrvtoes Tomorrow. Rev. s’. (>. Thomas, of Mm Pt-eal.y fcerlan church, who is spending son.' time in North Carolina, will not re turn to the/ city until next week, therefore there will be no services a the Presbyterian church tomorow. PRICE FIVE GENTS. COMPANY ID ISSUE BONDS Astern Onion Deoils Big AmounL In Make Im provements 135,000,000 iS iStFO A Meeting of the Stockholders Has Been Called for the Purpose of Taking Action—Copy of the Letter Sent Out. New York, September 14.—The di reclors of the Western Union Tele i;l'l|,h <*mwiny, at a meeting held yesterday ant ,1 President ciow- O . ill the company, to call a meet ot Hi,. stockholders on October I", to vote on a proposition to issue $“5,000,000 in gold bonds. The di rectors also voted a hat. $40,(100,000 in •and bonds lie issued immediately hn sulisciiption liy stockhulders and (he money reali.o and from the bonds is (a he used in new construction and lac purchase ot new property. A circular, which was today sent mil 10 the stockholders of the com rany in reference lo the bond Issue raid: 'Daring (he last, few years the rate of growth of the business of the com pany, and the consequent, demand for 1 net eased facilities have been greater and tiie expens# for construction aud now property have been consequently correspod’.ugly increased. All the, $20,- 000,000, 1 1-2 tier cent real estate bonds authorized [>j the stockholders in 11100 have been issued; of theso $0,081,000 were required to pay for 1 lie itevv properly acquired and new lines constructed .prior to l,S!)!l, and $1 1,242, >OO were issued lor eonsl laid ion and new property since dune 30. iSO'J.” Steel Plant on Fire. VIV'.T, sic, , iM.a.s! Held. It. The Worcesler steel plaid In Millbury was seriously damaged jbj lire today. The less will be heavyi At the Oglethorpe. i.. A. Miller, maoaker of the Hofei Cumberland, is now ;ft- the Oglethorpe looking after things! during the ab sence of Manager Porter. Prince of Prussia Dead. Berlin,Sept. hH,Allp'oeht., prince of Prussia, regent, of the Duchy of Bruns' ■vie-It, and the richest prince in Ger many, died today. Death followed a stroke of apoplexy. — \ Plenty of Weed, llarlford. Conn., Sept. 14.—Front the entire toba/o raising region of < onneollcut colors reports of a ban ner crop. Old growers say lliey can not. remember a Vear when there has be' e a season as favorable as the present one. \ The Cz4r Has Sailed. SI. Pelerslitirjk Sept. 14 -Emperor Nicholas, I'impnAs Alexdrandra an 1 family sailed oil the Imperial yacht, Sbitiibirl, today tdpwn the Gulf ot Finland on an ekeursion which wih lard, several davs \ A GREAT MILLINERY OPENING ti/liss 1 . G. Ja\j<son wirf Throw Her Doors Open Tuesday. Mrs. L, Or. Jackson, La up to date miliner and modiste, /who has come to the city from New York will on next Tuesday, Septenrjer 18, opeu her handsome parlors in/the opera house building on Nc wean lie street. Miss Jackson is going to make a specialty of carrying-; the best crea tions that money elm secure in the mllHnary line. Her stock will consist of Gage ami patteril hats, a full line of trimmings and mourning goods and a specially Uamjsome assortment of chldren's hats. Sb- comes to Brumiwk-k direct from Gotham and her slock has been sel ected from the most exclusive milli nery circles of that city. Remember her opening date, Tues day September 18 : attend it. 21uj Riblon 3ecr. Just leecived. a :ar load of Pabs Brewing Company’s Blu© Ribbon beer imc is sold at all first class saloon in the city of Bri nswick. Retail 15 - ids per bottle aid $1,50 per dozen. T. Newman, solo as mt. 218 Uav street. f WANy* D Twenty-five tie <ib ippers and ten wood cutters to wor : at Lelfcht, on the A., B. & A. railroad. Apply to superintendent of camp of Taylor- Cook CyFr* Company, Leicht, ft-