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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE DAILY HERALD. VOL, I, SANTA FE. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JULY 28, 1888, NO, 4, BLOODY DEEDS Seven Lives / Lost in Stevens Kansas. A Murderer Suspended by a Dakota Mob. of the fashionable east end. by assaulting and robbing several prominent ladies in broad daylight, was sentenced to-day twenty-five years County, imprisonment at hard labor in the Riverside penitentiary. One of his victims, Mrs. B. L. Wood, wife of a wealthy and prominent citizen, died last Monday of paralysis of the heart, the result, it is believed, of the nervous shock snstained at the time of her robbery and assault. The United Labor Puzzle in New York. isleeding kansas. Liberal, Kan., July 38.-Joe Shorty, a livery stable keeper at Hugoton, gives the following particulars rc- saved by the tide. San Francisco, July 28.-The North China Daily News is authority for the statement that the United States steamer "Juanita," which went ashore at Gough Island, while on the way to Chemulpo, Corea, to protect the ____ ____ ._...... _ American consul from Corean mobs, garding the terrible encounter bet-' *?} ?K the mud bankr with the f. IT . ... . , , tide, on the night of June 22a, and ween the Hugoton and Woodsdate j,roceeded agai, t0 seaJ. men, in Stevens county, whereby__ no'Tess than sevenmen lost their lives: ; courtland cremated. Sam Robinson, city marshal of; Long Island City, L. I., July 27- Hugoton, and Mr. Cook, of the same the body of Courtland Palmer was place, yesterday went to the* Dudley placed in the retort at Mount Olivet ranch,near Pony creek, accompanied j crematory shortly before two o'clock by their wives, to look up some this afternoon. The remains were cattle which they were trying to buy. reduced to ashes five hours later. While taking dinner, deputy Sheriff I They will be removed from the Shorty, a VVoodsdale man, accom- j oven to-morrow, panicd by five other Woodsdale men, rode up to the party and asked Robinson to surrender, as he had a warrant for his arrest. Robinson said he would go a short distance from camp leaving Cook and the ladies behind, and then give his enemies a chance to take him. He did so, and on reaching a convenient spot both parties opened fire with the result that four VVoodsdale men were slain. The others fled to a piece of timber, and Robinson escaped without a scratch. Cook hastened to Hugoton and gave the alarm, and soon an armed squad went to their assistance. Meeting a lot of VVoodsdale men an encounter took place in which three more persons were killed and a number wounded. According to the livery man Shorty, the whole county is virtually at war. John Cross, sheriff of Stevens county, was oneo'fthemen killed in the second fight. The names of the other killed could not be learned. suspended in dakota. Wahpeton, Dakota, July 28.-The body of L. D. Elmer, who so cruelly murdered pretty Mary Karbel, hangs , suspended from the bridge over the Hois De Sioux river. A masked mob of 100 determined men overpowered Sheriff Miller and deputy before daylight this morning, broke through the jail cages and took the murderer out. The mob was well organized and headed by resolute men of Wahpeton and Breckenridge. The sheriff offered all the physical resistance his 260 pounds afforded but did not attempt to shoot or fight, because the mob were all his friends, and he said the life of the murderer was not worth the life of a friend. After the hanging the mob quietly dispersed and the hundreds of men and women who witnessed the lynching went home satisfied. Elmer said he did not know why he killed the girl, and was sorry. When asked if he wished to pray, he said "no." a political l'uzzle. New York, July 28.-The 812 inspectors of election, of the United Labor party, who were appointed in this city for the last election, on November 7th, were to hold office for one year. This year the election comes off on November 6th, and these inspectors will still be in office. Not having polled the necessary vote at the last election, the United Labor' party is not entitled to election inspectors, and what to do with these inspectors is what is puzzling the police board. It is stated that there will probably be litigation over the matter. not a millionaire. Salt Lake, Utah, July 27.-A spe-cialdispatch from Silver City, Idaho, says: Robert Henderson, a resident of this city, pays taxes on three thousand dollars. He was] the man who went east to buy a steamboat to navigate Snake river, but was no millionaire. BASE BALL NOTES League game at Las Vegas to-day Santa Fe will not be at the bottom when the league schedule is finished. Lookabaugh, Santa Fe's new pitcher, left for Las Vegas to join the nine. ' The giants will hereafter play a stronger game than ever, and have the chance to fly the pennant yet. Fisher, the new 3d baseman, and Fowler, the 2d baseman, will arrive at Las Vegas to-night and play in Sunday's game. Fowler, one of the new players that Santa Fe has sent for, is a colored man, whose skin is exceedingly black. He has a fair record. Kid Browner is capable of pitching a good game, and if he receives proper support will make it warm for Las Vegas in- the game he pitches.-Las Vegas Optic. Favour, having been honorably released from his engagement with the Santa Fe association, has gone to his home in Milwaukee. He was a good pitcher, but out of health. Lookabaugh, Santa Fe's untried pitcher, made a good record in the east this season, and our heavy batters will have to keep their eye on the ball all the time, if they hope to hit safe.-Optic. A young man who is supposed to be the mascot for the Santa Fe ball club, made his exit from the train this morning in a peculiar mode. He had probably been stealing a ride, and crawled through a window to evade the collector.-Optic. He did not belong here, as our mascot caged, and he was on hand at breakfast, this morning. He must belong to Albuquerque. George Fisher, who played in Albuquerque with Whitehead, Murray, Crawford, etc., has been signed to play .with the Santa Fes. He is a corker at. the bat.-Albuquerque Citizep. The Citizen is wrong. Fisher, the new third baseman, never played in New Mexico before. Yesterday the game at the base ball .park resulted disastrously to the Albuquerques, they losing the game in the seventh inning by two inexcusable errors of Capt. Dallas at third base. Score, 7 to 3. The boys from the ancient city, however, put up a strong game.-Albuquerque Citizen. GREAT SCHEME. Organization of a Corporation with Twenty-five Million Capital. Do Oorsey, Hadley, and Owyer want the Earth? statement, and hereunto set pur hands and seals this 21st day of July, 1888. STEPHEN W. DORSEY, OZRO A. HADLEY, JOSEPH DVVYER. righteous sentence. Pittsburg, July 28.-Joseph Welch, who created a reign of terror some months ago among the women Ex-Empress Eugenie will give to Princess Letitia Bonaparte, on the occasion of her marriage to the Duke of Aostra, the celebrated fan which the Prince Imperial, killed by the Zulus, gave to his mother on her birth-day in 1876. On this fan is the first drawing which the Prince Imperial made, surrounded with precious stones costing over $100,-000. know ALL men hv these presents: That we, Stephen W. Dorscy, Ozro A. Hadley, and Joseph W. Dwyer, of the Territory of New Mexico, desire to form a company for the objects and purposes hereinafter set forth, under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, and do hereby certify and declare as follows: That the corporate name of the company shall be The American Meat Company. That the objects for which the company shall be and is formed are to breed and raise cattle, horses, hogs, sheep, and other domestic animals, and to purchase, sell and slaughter the same; to acquire, own, purchase, sell, mortgage, or convey such real or personal property as the purposes of the corporation shall require in any part ot the United States, in the Republic of Mexico or elsewhere, including feeding pens, farms, ranches, lands, rights of way, buildings, slaughter houses, stores, markets, warehouses, refrigerating establishments, refrigerator, cars and other cars, steamboats, steamers and ships, and all other and every description of property that may be deemed necessary and convenient; to have power to create debts in the form of notes, drafts, bills of exchange, bonds or other forms of acknowledgment of indebtedness, and to secure such indebtedness; by mortgage upon any portion or on all of the afore des cribed property, and to create such indebtedness at such rates of interest as may be determined upon by the stockholders of the company; and, in general,to conduct a mercantile business in all its details, including the transportation of cattle and meats to any point or points within the territory of the United States, the Republic ot Mexico or elsewhere, and for this purpose to operate and conduct a general transportation business. That the amount of the capital stock of the company shall be #25,000,000. That the time of the existence of the company shall commence on the 21st day of July, 1888, and shall terminate upon the expiration of fifty years. That the number of shares of which the capital stock of the company shall consist shall be 250,000 of the par value of $100 each. That the number of" .directors who shall manage the concerns of the company for the first three months shall be fifteen, their names and places of residence being as follows: Ormond Hammond, Jr., of Baltimore; John H. Flagher, J. O. Moss, Robert J. Ini^ersoll E. C. Converse, J. S. Cox, VV. Howard GLder* Chas. E. Coon, M. S. Paton, D. M. Ripley, of New York; O. A. Hadley. J. W. Dwyer, D. C. Holcomb, Chas. H. Dana, Sigmund Lindauer, of New Mexico, All of whom are citizens of the United States and of whom at least one-third are residents of the Territory of New Mexico. That the name of the city or town and county in which the principal place of business of the company is to be located in the Territory of New Mexico is the town of Deming, county of Grant. The company is to have a branch office in the City of New York and Other branch offices at such other places within the United States, the Republic of Mexico and elsewhere as the directors may determine. In witness whereof, we make this All persons who cashed money orders or postal notes at postofficc during last week will please give the town where issued from to the undersigned. A. SELIGMAN, Postmaster Bids for $50,000. "Capital Contingent Fund" bonds of the Territory of New Mexico will be received by the undersigned at Santa Fe, N. M., until 12 o'clock m., August 7, 1888. These bonds are issued under the authority cf an act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, approved February 14, 1887, and run fifteen years from April 1, 1887, bearing 6 per cent interest per annum, payable semi-aunnally, principal and interest payable at First National Bank, New York, where bonds will be delivered to the purchaser. The act of the Legislative Assembly of New Mexico authorizing the issue of these bonds has been approved and validated by the Congress ot the United States. WM. W. GRIFFIN, Committee. Ssnta Fe, N. M., July 24, iSSS. Estatolislied 186B. C. M. CREAMER, Santa Fe, New Mexico Wholesale a.md Retail Dealer in Brushes, Sponyes, Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Articles. Choice WINES, LIQUORS^ �Sc OIQAR8 Our large Slock is Genuine and at the best quality. Mail orders receive prompt atlenlieiV. o. m. creamer, Santa Fe, 3ST. !M. THE First National Bank. OF- S0L0M0N :�: STOELBERG. (Kstablished in 1854.) I'lie old and reliable merchant of Santa Fe, has added largely to his stock ol GENTS' and tliosc in need of any articles in his line would do wel1 to call on him ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET. WM. W. GRIFFIN, President. R, J, PALEN, PEDRO PEREA, Vice-President. Cashier. THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PAID UP - - - - $150,000. Does a general banking business and solicits patronage of the public. L. SPIEGELBERG. President. W. G. SIMMONS, Cashier The old reliuljle tinier resort. All the Mmforts of life. A line IIILI.IAKU TAULE attached. Edgewood & Giickeniieimer Rye Whiskies, AND IMI'nKTIU) wines & gigars. VICENTE MARES, i'mp. East sidt: of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M. DR. J. H, SLOAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, SANTA FE, N. M. Olliceand residence acl Hour of Cirllliii lilock, on Washington Avenue. Physician in charge of St. Vincent's Hospital. LUIS E. ALARID. Real Estate AND Collection AgeriGy. Translating aud Copying A SPECIALTY. Contractor for Fire Wood in any quantity. Fence Posts and Pules for building purposes. I* O. |Iox,No, ya, Santa Fc, N. M. X. IFi. HUDSON. Mexican Manufacture}' of - Filigree - Watch Repairing a Specialty. Jewelry! Seieiny Midline Repairinej and nil kinds of Sewing Machine Supplies. A fine line, of Spectacles and Eye- Glasses. Photographic View* . of Santa Fe and vicinity. SOUTH-SIDE OF PLAZA, SANTA FE, N. M. h BE GOLD -tiik best stock of- GENERAL MERCHANDISE- in the cm: Aheays keeps oh hand a full line of DR Y G O DBS, FANCY G O 01)S, GENTS' Fir/tNJSlIING GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, and CAPS, HOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, LIQUORS and CIGARS, GLASS, CHINA and HARDWARE, and a full stock of Flour, Hay, Grain. WOOL AND PELTS BOUGHT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE agent for MICHAEL'S SANTA I--K, COLLEGE, NEV MEXICO Under the Direction of the Brothers of the Christian School: rjVWMS payable lialj yearly or quarUrly in aJ-Loard and Tuition, per mnnth........... Hoard and Wniiliii'S, ..........$20.00 ........... ISO Holding. " " ,'\ ]�� Lessons in Chemistry, French, Cjerman and Instrumental Music, are charged extra. Hooks md Station-cry at current prices. For further particulars address liROTHEli UOTULPH, Pretident. St. Michael's College, Santa Fe New Mcjuco. ISF.ST �� Hunini Celebrated Claret Wine, the country. Opposite Herlow's Hotel. Goods delivered in any part of the city. San Francisco Strert. E. A. LINN, wholesale and retail dealer in Navajo and Mexican Blankets, MEXICAN ART GOODS, INDIAN GOODS, GOLD and SILVER FILIGREE JEWELRY, CURIOSITIES, FEATHER and WAX WORK. INDIAN POTTERY, SPANISH and MEXICAN RELICS. S. E. Corner of the Plaza, - - - Santa Fe, N. M-
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