Daily Herald Santa Fe New Mexico, August 30, 1888

Daily Herald Santa Fe New Mexico

August 30, 1888

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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE DAILY HERALD. VOL. I, SANTA FE, NE1Y MEXICO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1888. NO. 32, TEN THOUSAND. That's The Number of Dollars President Cleveland Contributed to the Campaign Fund. Cold Blooded Murder of a Prominent Business Man of Chillicothe. Mo. a Lot of Rounders Fired Out of Aspen, Colorado, by the Gity Authorities. cleveland gives $io,000. Washington, D. C, Aug. 29.-The Star says: "The reported �10,000 campaign contribution from the President was the theme of discussion up-town and down-town to-day. When asked by a Star reporter about the story, Colonel Lamont said: �'I don't see anything very startling about the story. It is well known that the President has always openly: and above board been in the habit of making such contributions- as his means justified toward defraying the necessary legitimate expenses of his party's campaign, whether he has been a ' candidate for office or not, and this year is not likely to be an exception. The expenses for documents, meetings, etc., in an additional campaign covering the whole country, run up into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. "Somebody must pay and none could be expected to more cheerfully than those who are supposed to have a personal interest in the party's success. The President will, as heretofore, assist the Democratic party in the manner as far as he thinks fair and proper, just as I suppose General Harrison and General Fiske will aid the Republican and Prohibition parties. I don't know what sum he will give and I don!t understand that it is any of my business, but lam quite sure that the sum you mention ($'10,000) is not unusually large." To the farther question as to whe-. ther or'not the story published was true the Colonel refused to reply, saying: "That is all I have to say on the subject. I think the statement published to the effect that such large sums have been given before is all nonsense. The Critic says: President Cleveland is not alone in his contribution to the campaign fund. Says the World: His check for #10,000 has been "seen" by Cb airman Brice, who "goes him $10,000 better," and Congressman W. L. Scott does the same-thing. Thai-makes $4o,oooTrom two of the wealthiest workers in the party. Secretary Whitney [chips in $10,000, and Secretary Endicott has followed suit. Don W. Dickinson has made a similar subscription. Pat Kelly of Minnesota, chairman Barnum, Herman Oelrich, and Oliver Payne each made a like contribution, so that with the President's subscription the grand total foots up, #20,000, and many counties yet to be heard from. ------......... shot from JiEIIIND. Chillicothe, Mo. Aug. 29.-M. W. Openhiem, a well known clothing merchant and highly respected citizen, was murdered about noon today by Harry Hudson, who since March last had lived here and been employed as a switchman in the yards of the Chicago, Milwaakee and St. Paul railway in this city. The trouble grew out of debts owing by Hudson to Openhiem and others who \ liad garnisheed his'wages. The mat-ter had been arranged to the satisfaction of all parties, as was thought, but this morning Hudson renewed the quarrell with Openhiem and struck him, the latter making no resistance. At noon Hudson again went to the store and renewed the trouble, when Openhiem turned away without speaking to him, whereupon Hudson whipped out a revolver and shot him, the ball entering the head back of the left ear. He uttered a scream and fell to the floor, and died two hours later without regaining consciousness. Hudson was immediately arrested by a citizen and turned over to the sheriff. The murder has created intense indianation. exodus of kounders. Aspen, Colo. Aug. 29-There has been an exodus of rounders from Aspen. Marshall Sutton served notice that he would arrest any whom he found here after dark last night, and about forty have taken their departure. The action was precipitated by the beating of a dance-hall girl by one W. R. Johnson, a prize lighter, for not getting more money for him. He had been living off of her earnings, and when she was only able to give him $6 Saturday night he whipped her. Late last night some one of the gang remaining undertook to murder Officer Webb. The latter was passing up the alley east of Mill street when a man sprang out in the dark-,ness and hurled a stone jug at his head. It missed its mark, but the man escaped before the officer could turn on him. Telegraphic Markets. kansas city cattle. Kansas' City, Mo., Aug. 29.-The Live Slock Indicator reports cattle receipts at 5,700; shipments, 4000. Good to choice corn fed, �5.00(0) 5.50; common to medium, $3.25(a) 4.75; stockers and feeders $t.60(a) 3.65; grass range steers, $ 1.80(g) 3.25; cows.-S 1.25(0)2.75 Sheep. - Receipts, '600; shipments, none. Steady; good to choice muttons, �3.50(0)4.00; common to medium, $1.50(0)3.00. chicago cattle. Chicago, Aug. 29.-^Cattle -Receipts, 14,000; market slow and unchanged. Steers, $3.80(0)5,00; stockers and feeders $2.00(0)3.30; Texas cattle, $r.50(0)3.50; western rangers, ers, $3-75(�.l World, and offer* superior wlvaulwjm in all th ,Unres of business, to- (/ether irit/i -unequalledfinancial security. AGENCY AT SANTA FE, N, M- "Trskcom, national hank TEC ID FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF- WM W, GRIFFIN, President. R, J, PALEN, S^ISTT-A. FE- 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. SPIEGELI3ERG. President. W. G. SIMMONS. Cashier St. Michael's College SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. This Institution, under the direction of the Brothers of t/ic Christian Schools, was established in 1850, and incorporated in 1883, with full collegiate privileges. The Curriculum, embraces the nsual Primary and Commercial branches. lessons in Erem-h, Spanish, O'er/nan, Phonography and Type-Writing are given without extra charge. Chemistry, Assaying, Telegraphy and instrumental Music (brass instruments excepted') are charged extra. TERMS-Hoard, Tuition, Washing and Bedding, per month, 823.50. Use of Typewriter, SI .50. Eor further information apply'lo BROTHER BOTULPH, F�resident- THE SANTA FE BAKERY. Bread, Pies and Cakes^ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. F, SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor, San Francisco St. - - Santa Fe, N. M, CITY MEAT MARKET rurtTTiT -fy-i^*-'1*1 IN 1859. Santa Fe, New Mexico AUGUST KIRCHNER, - - - Proprietor. Dealer in all kinds of fresh and salt meats. SAUSAGES OF ALL 80RT8. SAN FRANCISCO ST.......... ......SANTA FE, N M 554 60 ;