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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES.
VOLUME 8, NO. 144. Next Sunday—The Best, Brightest, Biggest Newspaper Ever Issued in South Georgia Will Be Sent Out By The Times. WHERE OLD OCEAN LAVES THE LAND. Times Special Correspondents Give the News of Life at the Resorts. VISITORS AND THEIR VARIED WAYS. Breezy Bits of the Beaches, the Bather:: the Hotels, and the Happy Habitues That Linger on the Strand. Mrs. L. c. Bodet and son Roy also spent the day in Brunswick. Lieut. F. D. Aiken’s family have settled in their cottage for the summer. Captain Frank Grady’s family have rented a cottage at King City for the summer. Judge and Mrs. Crovatt, and Miss Mary Lee went up to town on Satur day for the day. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker has been very ill for the past two or three weeks. Mr. Walter Isaac has succeeded Mr. Dexter as cashier and bookkeeper at the Tlotel St. Simon. The pilot boat race is almost a cer tainty, Manager Clancey has worked very hard for its success. The summer girl is abloom in all her glory. The summer man is visible too, but he runs mostly to golf suits and “clucks.” The baby of Editor and Mrs. Clark Howell is rapidly improving owing to tile health giving properties of St. Simon breezes. General Floyd King arrived at St. Simon from Jacksonville on Wednes dap, and leaves Sunday for Nashville, Tenn., to he gone two weeks. The l’ope Catlin proved herself in the rain storm of Friday, though her trip was lengthened owing to the ex cessively strong tide and winds. Those of the islanders who are of a scientific turn and have no nerves “to worry about,” enjoy the electrical storms of the past few evenings. Parties of bicyclers and turtle hunt ers sally forth daily and nightly from the hotels. Fifteen rode awheel to Frederica, and thirty to the mills on Friday. Arrivals at Hotel St. Simon, Dr. H. Cooper wife and daughter, Mrs. Sarah A. Tucker, R. A. Sprattlinir, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. B. Boyd, G. B. Felder, Salford Seiddell, C. \V. Lufbtirro. At the VVaycroßS colony the follow ing families have arrived: John Rig ley, Mrs. Hamilton Douglass, and Miss Downing of Atlanta: the family of 1). W. Krauss of Brunswick, also have a cottage there for the season. Service in the chapel will be enjoyed and appreciated to day as the follow ing ladies will constitute the choir: Miss Bessie Fox, Fannie Nightingale, Mrs. George Miller, and Mrs. Adams. Miss Nightingale will be organist. At present there are quite a number of prominent men. Mr. B. F. Scott, of the editorial staff of the “Western Lumberman.” The chief of police of Chattanooga, Tenn., F. W. Hill and Mr. C. 11. Pritchard, of the Atlanta Constitution are recent arrivals. The register at Ocean View contains the following recent arrivals: F. W. Ilill, wife and children, Chattanooga, Tenn., J. S. Barnes, O. F. Camp and wife, T. J. Buchanan, Atlanta ; B. B. Cobb, Chicago; C. 11. Pritchard and wife. Misses Norma and Carrie Pritch ard, Master Joeßedwine, I’. 11. Moore and wife of Atlanta. Rainbow No. I. the Old Pioneers of the Rome Fire Department, and Moun tain City, No. 2. of the same matchless organization of fire lighters, leave Rome on Jnl h \th for Cumberland and St Simon fo* |weeks frolic along the saline shore. 1. will go out over the River Side route, while No. 2. will leave via the Southern. What these gallant laddies do to the enterprising turtles will be a plenty.-Rome Hustler, I.At.. AT CUMBERLAND. The News of That Resort Told Graphically by “Jay.” The tides are just right for a morn ing dip in the surf. A six-foot shark of the man-eating variety was captured at the steamer dock yesterday. The board walk to the beach has been put in elegant order by Mr. Shinhol zer, who has charge of the bicycle liv ery. Several large limbs were blown oil the trees during the gale of Friday evening. The wind’s velocity was very great ami was accompanied by a heavy rainfall. The waiters of Cumberland are get- j ting up a swell cake walk for the night j of June 29. It will take place in the j teachers’auditorium. A charge of 25 cents will be made. A iarge force of men are at work putting the car track in lirst-class condition. Mr. Carroll, who has charge of the livery and car line, is determined to keep everything in good order. There are rumors atloat over here that by next season an electric dyn amo will be put in the hotel. This would he a great improvement. Cum berland hotel should have electric lights. The races that are to take place on July J are the subject of a good deal of comment over here. It is thought that large crowds will attend. A late boat from Cumberland will he run to Brunswick. Mrs. E. B. Willingham, of Macon, entertained the guests of Cumberland hotel with several choice vocal selec tions Friday night. She has a voice of rare sweetness and power and is often called upon to display her tal ents. The following guests registered at Hotel Cumberland yesterday: Wm. 11. Felton, Mrs. Wm. 11. Felton,Master Willittm 11. Felfnn Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Burke, Macon; J. E. Kidd, Milledgeville ; 11. E. Moore, M. 8. Moore, Miss A. M. Culver, Cul verton ; Dr. A. B. Hinkle, Americus. A large Maconites, headed by Judge Felton, will leave tonight for Cumberland Island, where they will spend several weeks fishing and enjoy ing the cool sea breezes. Judge Fel ton is an expert bass fisherman ag'd he expects to hook many fine specimens during the next week, as reports from Cumberland are to the effect that they are biting fast and furious. —Macon News. Two car loads of guests were enjoy ing the surf when the storm struck the island on Friday evening, and during the rush for the cars the nurse and child of one of the guests was left behind at the hath house. The mother was much worried about the little one. A carriage being sent to the bath houses, found both nurse and baby safe, though considerably worse for the rain. They Will Be ':i It. The Oglethorpe division, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, the prize team of the state, will be handsomely represented in TiikTimks’ Midsummer Issue, with a cut showing the entire company after returning from the drill at Savannah in which they won the first prizes. The Knights are a public-spirited organization and take pleasure in contributing to an enter prise that will he of benefit to the en tire town. Atlanta Party Leaves. The large Atlanta party, which has been spending sometime at Hotel St. Simon, came up to Die city last night and a'ter supper at the Oglethorpe, left for home. The party was headed by Editor Clark' Howell, of the Con stitution, and Dr. A. W. Calhoun, the famous oculist. BRUNSWICK, GA.. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1897. I LEAN HOT AFTER HANNA'S METHODS. The Cincinnati Editor Inaugurates a Most Unusual Cam paign. SHREWD AGENTS SEEK FACTS. Will Disoover Just How Much It Cost to Buy State Delegations for McKinley. Washington, June 19—John R. Mc- Lean is about to bring a lot of miser able chickens home to roost in Mark ll&ruuUs-baclc yarrU McLean has em ployed a number of shrewd special agents to go through Southern States and ascertain exactly what it, cost to buy the delegations for McKinley in the winter of 1895-96. They are get ting facts with affidavits. McLean sagely works on the theory that the fellows who received money more than a year ago are without money now. They want more money. With a little financial inducement they will talk. Some of them are talking. AH of the information which the McLean men gather, and it must he supported by affidavits, will he published in the Cincinnati Enquirer and republished in the democratic papprs of the south. The experienced Republican politi cian who gives your correspondent this information says that Hie corrup tion in Louisiana and Texas has al ready been demonstrated. There are also agents of McLean investigating with some degree of success tlie meth ods which were used to take the state of Minnesota away from Senator Davis, the state of Illinois away from Senator Cullom, the state of Nebraska away from Senator Manderson, and the state of Vermont away from Speaker Reed. McLean does not em ploy cheap men. He has the best men that can be fmind fur I his wnrl^^*L.'-B = , "'vesUgatlon. McLean is out for the senatorship and he means business. He is going after Hanna with a long stick and a sharp knife. Colonel Ike Hill says: “Johnny McLean will go all over Ohio witli a whetstone in Ins bootleg and his galluses down until after harvest.” PEACE CONCLUDED. The Greeks and Turks Have at Last Ai ranged Terms. Constantinople, June 19.—The nego tiations between the representatives of the powers for the establishment of peace between Turkey and Greece have been brought to a satisfactory conclusion. Ail points involved have been settled, except the method of guaranteeing the indemnity to be paid Turkey by Greece, which is fixed at 36,000,000 pounds, Turkish money. It is regarded that probably a com mittee composed of influential Greek residents of foreign countries will be appointed to control li nances of Greece and stand security for the pay ment of the indemnity Arreutad Prather. Indianapolis, Did., June 29. — Benja min I’rather, late chief of the Indiana house of representatives, is under ar rest charged with embezzlement. The charge is made by the Travelers Mu tual Accident association of Indian apolis. Mr. I’rather was formerly secretary of this concern. It is al leged that lie failed to account for about $3,500 that came into his hands. To Tackle Reciprocity. Washington, June 19.—Early next week the republican members of the finance committee will take up the consideration of the proposed reci procity clause of the tariff hill as the recommendations upon reciprocity must be forthcoming very soon. ARMED CRDISERS TO BE PROVIDED. Spain Takes Steps Owing to the Strained Re lations. PARENTS PAY FOR SONS’ RELEASE. Government Vessel Sunk at Banco—Some Generous Spaniards, Anyhow. New York, June 19.—A dispatch from Havana says a Madrid dispatch says that, since January l iwar 000 has been paid into the government treasury by Spanish parents, redeem ing their*sons from military service in Cuba and the Philippines. This money has been turned over to the navy department to increase Hie navy. In Havana it was reported yesterday that orders have been given to trans form twenty of the best vessels of the transatlantic into armed cruisers for immediate use in West India waters in view of the strained state of exist ence between Spain and the United Stares. At the arsenal here a double force of employes is working both day and night, and new torpedoes are be ing laid at tiie entrance to Cuban ports of importance. From Banes word comes that a gov ernment vessel was sunk at the en trance to the harbor during the last bombardment by a shell from Roloff’s rebel batteries upon the shore, tints closing the port to navigation. In a petition to General Weyler the Spanish troops of Guines garrison asked permission to give half their daily rations to starving Cuban women and children. MARRIED TWICE. Colonel Dyer Secures a Second Divorce From _w;° -Wife.——= Kansas City, Mo., June 19.—Judge Henry lias granted a divorce to Colo nel D. B. Dyer from his wife, fda M. Dyer. Mrs. Dyer was allowed the tine of her maiden name, Ida M. Casey, s9ooalimony, and the home 2904 Troost avenue. Colonel and Mrs. Dyer are wellknown socially in Kansas City. At one time Colonel Dyer was associ ated with the Jarvis-Conklin Trust company. Later he went to Augusta. Ga., anti became president of the street railway system of that place. Mrs. Dyer is the daughter of Dr. Newton Casey of Mound City, 111. I)r. Casey was twice governor of his state during the war and was later a member of congress. Mrs. Dyer has written a book called “Fort Reno” and has contributed to newspapers and magazines. This couple was once before divorced, but were remarried. MOTIVE OF THE FIGHT. Ck::n:d That a Discharged Official Wanted a Fat Job. Macon, June 19. It developed today that the whole scheme to place the Southern railway in the hands of a re ceiver was the work of a former offi cial of the Georgia Southern and Flor ida railroad, who had been deposed from a lucrative position, his object being in this last move to become re ceiver of the Southern. A few prominent men, who had been induced to join in the fight against the Southern, now declare they were de ceived as to the real motive of the suit. It has become evident that popular feeling is wholly against a receiver ship and -wrecking vast investments simply to right some fancied wrong. Stirm in the Channel. Dover, Eng., June 19.—The storm in channel continues. A large steamer is reported adrift and cross channel boats are greatly delayed. WHERE ARE AMERICANS? The London Jubilee Speculators Miss Our Caih. London, June.l9.—London is in the midst of the jubilee fever. The streets are impassable, resembling the mix ture of carpenter shops and country fairs, and are crowded with excur sionists from all parts of England. Everything seems to have been half done. Many of the decorations are al ready seedy from a two days’ storm. Nothing seems to be lacking in en thusiasm, unless it is in the oase of the syndicates of speculators in jubilee seats, who, at all places except St. Paul’s cathedral, are accepting any reasonable offer. The combined losses of the four largest speculators exceed $200,000, and on every hand are inquiries as to “where are tlie Americans?" Gonsid siderable disgust and even resentment are expressed at the fact that Ameri cans have not bought all the available seats at the speculators’ prices. Much sarcasm is directed against the stock holders. Rebels Are Aotive. Victoria. B. €., June 19.—The Pa cific mail steamer Braemer brings news that Chinese rebels in Formosa are preparing for a second attack of Taipeh, the capital of Formosa. The government authorities have taken vigorous measures to repel the attack, and are enlisting numerous volun teers, and regular troops are stationed there. Streets Flooded. Rotterdam, .lime 19. —The streets of this city have been flooded by a severe storm of rain and wind, which has done much damage to all coasting ves sels. Among the latter, however, no lives have been reported lost. Sackett Dead. Buffalo, .liino 19.—John It. Sackett, postmaster at Buffalo (luring Presi dent Cleveland’s first term and re cently treasurer of Erie county, died today. THE MARKETS. Quotations By Telegraph for The Time')’ Commercial Readers. I’aine, Murphy & Co.’s Crain Letter. Savannah, .1 tine 19. —A range of only about 2 cents per bushel for the week, with the close today practically the same as last Saturday, describes the action of the market forsix days about as well as we can tell it. News has been of no importance, and no attrac tion to speculation and the waiting mood that seems to prevail at the pres ent has created nothing more nor less than a scalping market. Corn has held steady the whole week. Provis ions closed weak, with apparently no encouragement to holders. Paine, Murphy Co/b Cotton Letter. Savannah, June 19. — In spite of the fao' of good sales in Liverpool our market was dull and sold down below close of last night. There seemed to be no evidence of buying till toward the close when a more active demand set in and market advanced from 7 to 8 points above the lowest of the day. Paine, Murphy & Co.’a Stock Letter. Savannah, June 19. —The stook mar ket was less active today, but showed considerable resistance to continued pperators designed to bring about a reaction. There was a fall of over 1 per cent, in sugar on what was re garded as Washington selling, al though it rallied partially near the close. ______ Chicago Quotations. Paine Murphy & Co.’s Quotations. I,at nijrht’a Wheat-- clohi*. Open. Close. .July . rx :;-t i < r-x ,‘ . .* nher .. t! 3-4 4 5-8 4 .Mi’ll-- .1 u!v J-8 25 Sr • i*mlM , r 25 7-S 25 3-4 ♦ HI B-- || I v 1m 1-8 18 1-8 .Sentrmoer IS 1-8 18 1-8 j'Ml'h-- JiPv 7 32 7.32 Si ptrmher 7 42 7.40 i..ii‘fl-- ~111;.' 3.ti5 8.62 ; eplember . . ... 3.75 3 72 . i 18~ Ilily 4.32 4 32 .September 4.37 4.37 PRICE FIVE CENTS. JAPAN MAOS HER FORMAL PROTEST. Indicates That Remonstrance May Be Followed by Re taliation. INCREASED DUTIES WILL INJDRE. The Nation Objcots to the Prohibitive Duties on Cheap Silks, Matting, Hemp, Etc. Washington, June 19.—The protest made by the Japanese government against the pending hill is formally embodied in the note from Minister Tone Hoshi of a date as late as June 3. The note is couched in courteous lan guage, hut. there is a firmness to the tone observable that indicates that re monstrance may he followed by acts of retaliation if disregarded. The note begins with an apology for ex - pressing an opinion that under or dinary conditions might be regarded as trenching upon domestic affairs, hut cites as justification that Japan ese interests are involved, and in the opinion of the Japanese minister tlie proposed increase of duties will injure the United States no less, than Japan by retarding the growth ot commer cial relations. Besides the more important articles that will be injudiciously affected are lightweight silks, silk handkerchiefs, matting, hemp, jute, rugs and carpets and tea. in the case of silks the min ister says the proposed duty will amount to an advalorem rate of be tween 95 and 100 per cent, anti upon handkerchiefs the duty will be 10 per cent. more. The rates, it is stated, are practically prohibitory and hear upon I he cheap silks peculiar to Japan. Strike About Over. New Yotk, .rune Ist.--h our hundred and thirty-eight contractors signed the agreement givingahsolute security to the Brotherhood of Tailors. One hundred and twenty are still out, and as a result about 1,100 tailors are still out. The leader of the st rikers expects the difficulty will he over Monday. Severe Storm. Macon, June 19.—A severe storm swept over Bibb and Monroe counties this afternoon. The Brown House, this city, was struck by lightning. Signs and trees were tdown down. At Bolinghroke one man is reported killed. Six Thousand Killed. Simla, June 19.—1 t is announced to day that over 0,000 lives were lost by earthquake disturbances which have recently visited the province of As sam. A message of condolence has been received from Queen Victoria. An Atlanta Engagement Atlanta, June 19. —The engagement of Miss Julia Collier, daughler of Mayor Charles A. Collier, and Mr. Julian Harris, son of Joel Chandler Harris, is announced today. They will he married in the fall. Special Services. New York. June 19. —Special ser vices in commemoration of the six tieth anniversary of the coronation of Queen Victoria, will beheld tomorrow at Trinity church. Hat Causes Fight. Claxton.Ga., June 19.—Milton York and Sid Lewis had a dittioulty near here today about a hat. York shot Lewis through the abdomen. They were drinking. A Fatal Bath. Athens, Ga., 19.—Fred Wylie, aged 14, was drowned in the Oconee this afternoon while bathing.