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Spaldinr Chainlets Bicycles while they last only s*o.oo. J. A. MONTGOMERY, SOS Gloucester St. VOLUME 11; NUMBER 172. SEYMOUR KILLS HIS OWN MEN Rather Than Have Tnera Tortured by the Yellow Fiends. ——.— ■- .'v.. (Special to The Times) Tien Tsiu, July 16—While the relief force of Ad miral Seymour, the British commander, was retreating he ordered his wounded men killed in order to save them from Chinese torture KILLED 3,000 Tien Tain, July 16—An official report to the Low ers says that three thousand Chinese petitioned Prince Tuan to spare the legations and inmates, but instead the prince ordered all killed including the three thousand who signed the petition Tien Tsiu, July 11. —Via Shanghai, July 1?. —lu a bloody engagement today, in which seven thousand allied troops attacked the Chinese city walls protected by twenty thousand native soldiers'. The Americans lost twenty five per cent of total number of their torces- The fire was terrible, and up to this*TTcflft“*"6he result still lemains in doubt. Colonel Liscum of the Ninth Infantry, and Captain Lewis, of the Marines, are among the American officers killed. Old officers who have seen many warm battles declare that this one exceed in fire the eharge'of Santiago. REMEY REPORTS. Washington, July 16.—Admiral Remey cables the war department that the allies attacked the native city and were repulsed, with great loss. • Thanks For Condolence, umbertand, Md.,July 16.—Yester day's paper published of Hon .J. J. G'arnwell, Stale Senator p from Hampshire oonuty, W. Va. Last nigbt a prominent oitlzsn here, I'egraphed oondol-n 3* tolhe Sena- and received an answer, aif u<rd by the supposed dead man, tendering “thanko” and stating that ha was atill vary much alive. Four Elephants C 0 D Martinsville. Ind., July 16.—Rob ft ineon, the oircus owner, exhibiting i bare, Friday repeived four elephants ■by express from Persia, bought for 'Him Hageheok, of Hamburg, Germany They oami V. O, D. with SII,OOO obarges. They were formerly owned by a pasha and kept ttyjNflise hie harem, f Got Away. Buly Id.—Carrying a re- j which be had ii s antlj t .killed Georgia Coleman, 2!i, Virden ■Matthews yesterday afternoon ran woo her house udimpeded by any of The three witnesses, and escaped. All are had been drinking Vaksar, Mich., Aug. tin, im. HR was wounded at the battle of Pittsburg endlug in IMti. hlood poisoning set in and B|ave been troubled witli my kidneys ever Since. Have been under treatment of a number ! of physicians aud have tried a variety ot patent j hut luve taken nothing that gate me j sp much relief as l>r. J. H. McLean's Lite' and Kidney Balm. lam upw M years old. JosEru Shook. loraaleby W.J. Butts,The 111 Uf gist. Doing the Printing P The job oft| te of The Tint*" and Call ! are iurning out all k nds of work. With three presses, two job printers, •ad two pressmen we are prepared to do toy aud aji kinds of wq*k. Beat grade of Tallapoosa grape juioe at Thoa. Keany . Beat grade of morning atarcb at Thoa, Xeaoey. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. CALL OF MEETING. Demorcrats of the Fourth Disrrlct to Meet at Woodbyne. The convention of delegates for the Fourth .Senatorial District of Georgia ta called to meet at Woodbyne, Ga., on Wednesday morning, July 18th, 1800, for the purpose of nominating a democratic canidate for Htate Senator of said district and selecting anew executive committee and transacting such other business as may be proper ly before the convention. This, July 14th, 190Jj^ A. FoSTlfti, Ch’m. Diet, Ex. Com. Ham’l. C. Atkinson, Aacting Secretary. Wonderful Cnrs. The Wonderful Ourer cure* all cura ble diseases quickly, without pain or medicine. Olllce, Michelern; block, up-etair, Gloucester street. Hours from 7to 12 a. m., 1 to 6 p. tn,, for whites; colored 6 :30 to 8 p. m. Con sultation aad test free, ( 'sneers, Tu mors, Paralysis, Rheumatism, Dis eases of Ladies and Children. Terms two dollars cash, at time of treatment. SHIPPING REPORT. Corrected Diily by Capt. Otto Jo hannesen Port of Brimswiok, July Iff, 1900. ARRIVED. 88. Geo. Farwell, Fiokett, Savan nah. Nor. Bark Ifotka, Erickten T-.bl Hay via. Papelo, Sch. Laura M. Lunt, Uommings, B-slor, SAILED. Nor. Bark Vanila, I‘etereer. Bristol. Bumps or Bruises, sprains or sores, burns or scalds, wounds or cots, tetter or eczema, all quickly cured by Banner Halve, the most hea’ing medicine in the world. Nothing else “just as good.” W. J. Butts, the druggist. JifllE CUES S ME UB Some Good Base Ball On For This Week TIE FIBST GAME TODAY Brunswick Will Go Up Agaii st Florida's Crack Team Fcr Three Games. The craik team of Jacksonville will play three games here, beginning ting afternoon. Th? Brunswick boys recently visited Jacksonville anil were defeated three games, but the team has been considerably strength ened since that time, and, as Jackson ville has one of the best teams in this section, some good ball playing Is ex pected. The Jacksonville team will arrive this morning and the tlrat> game will be playtd this after noon at 3:30 at tbe fair grounds. At this game ladies will again be admitted free and it is hoped that our oitizens generally will turn out better crowds than they have recently and encourage the great sport in our city. BUNS ON CHE FOO. Nashville and Terrible Turn Their Guns on the Town. New York, July 18.—A dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser from Che Foo Bays; The guns of the British oruiser Ter rible. the American gunboat Nashville and the other warships in the harbor were trained on the city Saturday in answer to urgent messages _sent oat from ashore that an outbreak Was about to take pJaoe. AIJ the foreigners were oalled out for defensive guard duty and they re sponded with alaority. Sentries, were posted and close watch Kept on the natives. The man on board the ships were kept oloe to their guns, prepared to open fire on a moment’s notice, but the occasion did not arrive. MET THE BOLOIEBS The Brunswick Kill.men Entertained The Amerious Hoys, The Brunswick Riflemen, one of tbe most hospitable military companies in the state, met the Amerious Eight Infantry last night and royally enter tained them. The boys bad a line time anti are high in tneir praise of Brunswick’s boys. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Li Hung Cbang is reported ill. Heavy rains are reported from Tex as. Atlanta now has a police sensation to keep her busy. Llano, Tex , was badly damaged by a tornado yesterday. Men and boys of Kansas City rocked a Chinaman yesterday. G'niral de Pellieux of Dreyfus courtmartial fame is dead in Paris. Uo, Chancb, the famous ltbor leader, die-l at Philadelphia yesterday. Wm. Barnie, the well known base bail naauager, is dead at Hartford, Coon. Ex-Lieutenant Governor G. ¥• Esk ridge of Kansas, committed suicide yesterday. Prescott, Ari., was almost complete ly destroyed by tire Saturday night. The loss will reach $1,000,000. Newoaet I**, Cal., was the icme of > disastrous fire Saturday. All of the fruit warelionses and the principal business houses of the town were de stroyed at a loss of over $1,000,000. BRUNSWICK. GA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1900. MOIII If 111 Seaboard Air Line to Conti nental Trust Cos, -A.- SEVENTY-FIVE MILLIONS The Revenue Ssampa Alone Net a To tal or Nineteen Thousand and Odd Dollars. Mr. I. N. Jones, of Baltimore, reached the oity yesterday bringing with him the famoua mortgage of the Seaboard Air Line to tbe Continental Trust Company, of Baltimore. Tbe paper in question is for tbe amount of sevety-flve million dollars, and tbe total cost of tbe revenue stamps on tbe paper la nineteen thousand and twenty-eevdP dollars. The stamp run from one liundrtd dollars down to one. Quite a large number will doubtless visit Clerk dußignon’s oftloe to see this big paper. Mr. dtißignnn’a fee amounts to something less .than fifty dollars. FIRST TO ARRIVE - '-- 1, Amerious Light Infantry Cams in Inst Night. The ilrst company of tbe Fourth Georgia regiment arrived last night. It was the Amerious Light Infantry, Every company in the regiment which intends going into eimps will erriye this morning. WONT RON Southern Bay* IF, Train to the Ball Ground Wont Pay. Manager Henry Htraoh of the ball team, enOdavorfU yesterday to get the Southern railway to run a Shoo Fly out to the games but the railroad company laid it would not pay. Woman’s Righta Many women suffer all sorts of socalled “female weaknesses’' just because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know Foley’s Kidney Cure Is just what is needed by most ailing women. W J. Butts, the druggist. MAY BE ROCKHILL. Wash ngton, July 16.—1 t ia rumor ed that W. W. Rookbill was named as the repreantatfve of tba United States in China. Tbe report la not yet oonflrmed . FAIR ASSOCIATION. Tbe Southeastern Fair Aaaooiation held a meeting last night and a num ber of important matters were dis cussed. The hilt of Wouodad who have been healed by Banner Halve is very large. It heals all wounds or sores and leaves no veer. Take no substitute. W. J. Buttf, the druggist. HOT IN NEW YORK. New York, July 16.—This waa the hottest day of the jftjer here Tbe tiiemometer registered 95in the shade. Cheap Inauranoe Many a man has; been inaured against Bright’s disease diabetes or other danger ous ailment by a titty cent bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure. W J Butts, the druggiet. You never reail of such cuies elsewhere as those accomplished hy Hood’s Sarsaparilla, did you? ft in Amereica’s greatest medicine. Best grade of morning starch at bos. Keeney. Beat grade of Tallapoosa grap juice at Thoi. Keany. fill HE IE I ■ Atlanta Making Ready to Entertain Them. SOME LOCAL YETS GOING Just Now It Is Not K' own How Many Will Attend From Glynn. The reunion cf tbe Blue and Gray, whioh occurs in Atlanta the latter part of this week, will be largely at tended. Brunswlok will send a good ly delegation and every state in the union will be represented. Extensive preparation^are being made to give the visitors a warm welcome and a royal good time, and no doubt is entertained that this com mittee will snooeed. Borne of the most prominent speakers in the United States will deliver addresses . It is not known just yet bow many will attend the reunioo from Glynn county, but there will be quie a num ber. Hates a Dull Time Nome, June 25, via Sun Frauoisor, July 16.—Charges have been filed against Major Patriok Henry Kay, who, previous to the coming of Briga dier General Randall, commanded tbe troops in Alaska, by Captain Wright of oompany L, Seventh Uni ted Statee infantry, who, in turn, has been made the eubjeot of a counter complaint by the accused major. The chargee againel Bay contain over 20 specifications involving bis integrity and conduct as an offloer. Wright Is obkrged with disobedience of.orders. Randall will hold the ft v - court of inquiry at Kgbarr, where Ray la now stationed. . T • • Ppstoffice Fafe Blown. Mattewan, W. Va., July 16.-Tbc poatoffloe here wae robbed last night. The safe was and SSO in money and a large quantity of stamps were secured. There ia no clue. JgV Hill to Speak. e Richmond, Va., July 16:-David B. Hill, of New Vork, has accepted the in vitation of the Old Dominion Demo cratic Club to speak hero duriDg the campaign. The date will likely be Bep tember 3. Have You Heard Of It ? Grand moving pictures exhibition will he given on the 18th of July at the School House by A Von Kossousky & Cos., of Brunswick, Come one, come all and sec different views of Brunswick during tbe Hood, freeze fire and so on, also other objects of great Interest. Over three hundred different pictures, besides interesting moving pictures. Everything first-class. For furrther information see posters. Keep yonr system in perfect order and you will have health, even in the most sickly seasons. The occasional use of Priokly Asii Bitters will insure yigor and regularity in all the vital or gans. W. J, BUi’Tb, Special Agent. Ship Ntj^oe. Neither the master,owners, nor con signees of the Norwegian Jiark Kotka will bo responaible for any debts contracted by the orew of said vessel. Eriokeor, Master. When in need, call on-). W. Watkins. He loans mo ney on personal property. CABINET HOLDS WAR COUNCIL Washington Government Considers the Cninese Situation Grave. Washington, July 16—The cab-net held a council of war this afternoon and President McKinley, who is in Canton, advised them that he would return to Washington at once. All the cabinet was present and President Mc- Kinley was in toueh with the members by means of a long distance telephone This disaster which befell the Ninth Infantry was the immediate cause of the president’s return to Washington, and his presence is now almost a neces sity It is geneaally believed that the president will im mediately call an extra session of congress TO SEND TROOPS Washington, July 16—Not less than ten thousand troops Will be hurried to China at once They will be tak op from every available quarter All regiments in Cuba will be sent immediately, and should conditions noth,,- I) rove an extra session of congress will be called for the purpose of obtaining authority to call for more men OFFICIAL STATEMENT Washington, July 16—Secretary Long late this af ternoon gave out the following official statemen; Remey cabled directing him to consult, the representatives of other powers and ascertain whether Or not it will be necessary to send more troops and how many ABOUT THE RACES- The Atlfl Gives it Tfitsr l a Column.’ The fallowing from the Atlanta Journal, of the race oircuit recently formed in Georgia, will be read with interest by those interested: At last Georgia has a horse racing circuit. Racing, tbe moat spectacular of all sporta aud the most intensely thrilling, is to be a fixture in the state; and the efforts of every one who loves a good hone or a “craoking” raoe will be centered in this new as sociation to make it a sucooess. Tbe organisation is to bs known as the Georgia Racing Association, The charter members of the associa tion are Atlanta, Valdoata, Bruns* wiok, Jacksonville and Weycrosa. It ia highly possible that to these will be added the names of other principal cities within a short while, and it ia probible that this association will be the neucleus of the larger circuit whioh Mr. T. H. Martin of this city is interested In. purses reach $16,000. Mr. W. M. Toomer has been eieoted president of the new association, and Mr. W. W. Sharp sjcretary. Sixteen thousand dollars in purses have been offered by tbe cities which have enter ed and as other cities come in this sum will b greatly increased. Sav annah will, it la confidently asserted, take twelve or fourteen days of raoing, thereby adding materially to the in- ducements to liorsa owners to bring their horses south. _ With tbe formation of this o’rouit raoing in G torgia has taken on a rosier bun which ie pleasant to look upon. At one time it seemed there would he friction between the ele- ment that wanted eo take only the larger citiee in a circuit, and the ele ment thatjwanted the smaller ones. Now it sa Imore than prosaible that the two projects will be thrown into one and that the circuit will grow In to one of the largest in the country, Birmingham hae arranged for raoing in Ootober and it ie hoped to put that city on tbe circuit with all tbe riob BEST ON EAKTH! The New Domestic Sewing Ma chine, latest improved ball bear ing. Have one left at yourhome lor trial. Easy payments. J. A. MONTGOMERY, BOS Glouceater St. PRICE FIVE CENTS prizet that are to be pot up there. Aliasing, as a matter of fact, were look io} aa one of the leaders ia'the bigoirouit project but now is a disposition to bring Birmingham into tbe other and gat in with her. PLAN! FOR RACING HERB. In speaking of raoing the other day, Mr. Martin, secretary of the Georgia lair aisooiation, said it was desired to let the raoing begin in this city im mediately after the close of the Lex ington meeting, and offer sufficient inducements to bring the best of the horses there to this city . This is a pirt of the present project. | JAt the meeting yesterday is was de cided to let the racing in Atlanta be gin on October 23. will be im possible. The selection bf this date is an error which immediately recti Bed. Tbe stute fair opens on October 10 and tbe\ fair raoing will begin on Ootober 17, and continue un til 27cb. Therefore these dates con flict. The same horses that ruD here will probably run at other traots in the circuit, so it be necessary for the as sociation to make this change. The seventeen days between November 10th and 27ih are yet to be assigned, and it >s prolnble that these will go to Savannah. The Kenedy forStomaoh and Bowel Tronblai "l have been in the drug business for twenty years, and have sold most all of the proprietary meiliciues of any note. Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ucmcey for all stomach and bowel troubles,” says O. W. Waketield, of Columbus, Ga. “This ; remedy cured two severe eases of cholera i morbus in my family, and I have recoin • mended and sold hundreds of it to my ) customers to their entire satisfaction^^ • affords a quick and sure Jcure in a picas , ant form. No family should be without ; it. I keep it in my house at all times.” For sale by JJr. Bishop’s drug store, LADIES The best and quiokoet preparation for cleaning [gloves is the Laßelle glove cleaner. For sale by H. V. Ad derly. Try it.