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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                THE DAILY HERALD. VOL I, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1888, NO, 33, BY TELEGRAPH. A Grist of Political News From Various Parts of the Country. A Rich Man Joins the Majority and Leaves his Money Behind. The Manner in Which The Maxwell Grant Grew to its Present Enormous Dimensions. NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS. Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 30.-The Democratic state convention met here at 3 o'clock this.afternoon,'and placed in nomination the following ticket: For governor, John McShane, the present Democratic congressman from the first district; lieutenant governor, Frank' Fold a, of Colfax; treasurer, John M. Matterson, of Cass; auditor of public accounts, W. A-Porter, of Boone. -- as the result of a quarrel. Both are well connected. -,--,a,--_ Telegraphic Markets. president's fishing trip. .Washington, Aug. 30,-Word has been received from Eagle Rock, Virginia, to the effect that the president will not return to Washington until Saturday. -:-- HORSES liURNED, Indianopolis, Aug. 30.-A barn on Spring Valley stock farm, nine miles from the city, was burned yesterday, and eighteen head of fine horses perished. The fine stallion Brignoli Wilkes was lost; also Ina, valued at $6,000; Mary C, $5,000, Vassar Girl, Madam Hafewood and others. Base Ball. Well, we're got nnother one! It was not 11 very big one, but it w�s bigger tlinn the gsine that Albuquerque got 011 Wednesday. The fact ia that we are too generous by hul/. We presented the game to Albuquerque on Wednesday in tb.e eighth inning. We tried our best to present the game to them again yesterday, but they would not or could not accept it. Probably professional base ball courtesy intervened and told them not to take it. No, by no means, take it. It would be too bad for the Ancients. Bless their hearts! They were so kind! The Santa Fe's, as usual, went to the bat in the first inning and were promptly retired. The Albuquerque's scored one run in their half of the inning. The second inning presented six beautiful goose eggs equally divided between the two nines. So did the third. In the 1st half of the 4th there irnr considerable hilarity from the grand stand because O'Neill and Mackey each made a run, but that hilarity was speedily turned into grief when, in the latter half of the inning, the Albuquer-qucs hud scored two more runs. Dunne the 5tli inning t free tight occurred, auen to all coiners, urising out of u decision of the umpire, but Ellsworth scored all the same and that left Santa Fe two runs be hind. Then our boys bit their lips and gruspetl their sticks and knocked out three more runs in less time than it takes to tell it. In the next inning, Albuquerque, not to be behind hand in little matters of that sort, supplemented their score by three runs also, and the sky looked dark-indeed very gloomy. The eighth inning brought 110 results. The game stood seven, ruiw for Albuquerque to four for Sant/v Fe, but then there wub the glorious ninth yet to he played, Clark, Ward, Joancs, Fowler and O'Neill did the business. They cracked out five runs in fine style and the Albu-qiierqiieans becoming fatigued, promptly struck out in their halt of the inning and ended the game. Lookabaugh pitched a good game and was well supported except ut second base, and the play there ofQount Joancs, was, to use a very refined phrase, simple rotten. Albuquerque changed her pitcher near the close of the game and although the new arrival in the box turned himself literally inside oul every time he pitched a ball, yet his contortions deceived 110 one. In fact the gianls just made him sick and he was heard to remark on leaving the grounds that he wished lie had studied for the church, us he had originally intended to do. The oflicial score is as follows: A CURIOUS DISEASE, Caldwell, Ohio, Aug. 30.--A month ago a mysterious disease  appeared KANSAS CITY CATTLE, Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 30.-The Live Stock Indicator reports eattle receipts at 5,700; shipments, 4000 Good to choice corn fed, $5,001 5.50; common to medium, $3.25 4.75; stockers and feeders $i.6o@ 3.65; grass range steers, $i.8o(a. 3.25; cows, #1,25(0)2.75 Sheep. - Receipts, 600; shipments, none. Steady; good to choice muttons, #3.50(3)4.00; common to medium, $1.50(2)3.00.    CHICAGO CATTLE, Chicago, Aug. 30.-Cattle - Receipts, 14,000; market slow and unchanged. Steers, $3.80(0)5,00; stockers and feeders $2.00(^3.30; Texas cattle, Sr.5o@3.50; western rangers, ei's> $3-75(�)4.75' Santa Fe	All	H	mi	I'O	A	E Joanes 2b.	4	1	2	0	1 .	4 Fowler lb.	4	r	2	1)	0	0 Hill 3 b,	5	1	2	5	1	0 O'Neill 1. f.	5	3	2	0	0	2 Mackey c. f,	0		1	3	1	0 Lookebuugh p.	0	0	0	0	12	0 Clark c.	4	1	2	7	1	2 Ward r. f.	3	1		2	0	0 Shoemaker s. s.	4	0	0	0	5	1 	39	JO	13	20	21	y Albuquerque av		H	fill	PO	A	� Pettiford s. s.	6	0	2	2	2	1 Newman 3b.	5	3	2	1	2	2 EWworth r. f.	4	2	X	0	0	1 Dallat 2. b.	'5	1	2	1	4	0 Twinelmni c.	5	1	1	11	1	1 Smith 1. b,	0	0	2	11	0	2 Tebeau c. f.	4	0	1	1	0	0 Dettis r, f.	4	0	0	. 0	0	0 Williams p.	4	0	0	0	10	2 	47	7	11	27	19	8 Time of game 2 hours 30 minutes. Two base hits Hill, Fowler, Ward, Pettiford, DallaB. Three base hits JonncH. liase on halls Joancs, Ward, KUworth, Base on hit by pitcher, Fowler, Struck out, by Lookivbaiijdi 7, by Will-lianis 0. Passed Halls, Clark 3, Twineham 4, Wild Pilches, Lookobnugli 1, Williiuns.'), Pettiford 1. "Pettiford out for not touching base, Umpire Win. McCue, 1 2 3 4 F> .11 7 8" ii Santa Fe 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 fi Albuqurque 1   0   0   2   1   0   3   0   0 J   G.   SCHUMANN DEALER IN LEATHERI&1FINDING8. Orders by mail promptly attended to P. 0.B0X 55, Santa .Fe, New Mexico Chas. Wagner. Uua in Stock tlio Finest Assortment of Parlor, licdroom and Kitchen FURNITURE Queensware  and   Glassware, Buy nnd sell everything from it chiM'a clinlr to a monument. Can fit yon out In anything from Kitchen to l'arlor. Auction and cum minion lnmso on Sun Francisco tit. Call and sec it.s, No trouble to .show goods. All goods sold on easy payments. THE Capital Barber Shop. SUA VIKO- and If A III CUTTING   NEATLY   DONE. J^-Hatlrs reduced to 25c'.*i9a G-ive Tjis a. Call, TOIIN O. ALIRE, Prop. LUIS E. ALARID. Real Estate AND GolleGtionlJAgency. A SPECIALTY. Contractor for fire Wood in uny quantity.   Fence Pasts mid Poles for Imikling purposes. P O. liox.No. 93, Santa i'u. n. M. FOR GOOD CLOTHING, KOI l MEN,' BOYS AND  CHILDREN, AND Gent's Furnishings 00 TO J. H. GERDES, The Clothier, Hatter, and Gent's Furnisher. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M. ED MILLER, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, at Wholesale and Retail, Bridge St., South-side of Bridge, All trull* nnd vegetables sold at myuloro are ruined on my rniioli at Tesu
                            

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