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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE DAILY HERALD. VOL I. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888, NO, 37. ELECTRIC. The Anarchists of Cleveland City Carry a Blood Red Flag in the Labor. -Procession, t|]j||^^i|i^ioss; of Life at NashWltlferifessee. "';i T Drowned at Niagara Falls-Shot:His Wife-Lynched-Martyrs-Crusading Laborers-Foreign News Etc. Etc. Etc. a m.ood red flag. Cleveland, Sept. 4.-An immense blood red flag was carried through the leading street! of Cleveland yesterday, and behind it marched a score of anarchists. At night the flag, was bedraggled and five of the men who followed it were in the lock-up. Yesterday was "labor day" so-called, and 1,200 men formed irt line, and with music and waving emblems paraded the down town thoroughfares and then withdrew to a garden in the suburbs. The anarchists were in the procession and declaring themselves to be carpenters they were permitted to retain the place they had quietly slipped into. At the garden they unlurled their flag and refused to acknowledge the stars and stripes. The committee in charge iduced them to finally put their Hag away; however, the anarchists seized their emblem of blood and waved it aloft triumphantly. Immediately they were attacked -.by a hundred honest workingmen whose indignation was beyond control. The flag was trampled under foot and one of the anarchists after another went to the ground in the fight that continued for at least ten minutes. All the anarchists' but-)S�e essaped thejthree detectives, who ^.vere present,-' 'Wit ase who got away were ' bleeding Id lame and will hardly appear in public for some time to come. The names of those arrested are: "Ben Bill, carpenter; Emil Schilling, machinist; Godfrey Ostermeyer, Charles Lubelin and Gustav Buetner, carpenters. They were locked up at the Forest street nolice station-. explosion. Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 4.-Further particulars of the boiler explosion at the Perry stove works at South Pittsburg, Tennessee, yesterday show that Charles Taylor, superintendent of the works, J. R. Mills, machinist, M. Donovan, foreman of the mounting department, Geo. N. Carter, a leading jeweler of the town, Win. Plumb-lee, of Winchester, Tennessee, and Wm. Wabon, a moulder were instantly killed; Wm. Gross, a machinist, ,and Rock Scruggs, a moulder were both fatally injured, and will die. A large piece of the boiler was thrown end over end a distance of 100 yards, and "tearing a hole through the side of DieUen's store landed against the opposite wall. drowned at niagra. Niagra Falls, Sept. 4;-Two bodies have been seen in the whirlpool today, which are supposed to be the remains of William Robinson and Harry Wilson, two farmers. A hat was found in the whirlpool this morning. -------- 9 shot his wife. Louisville, Sept. 4.-Sam Scanlon, an ex-fireman, to-day shot his wife three times and himself once. It is thought both will die. Scanlon had been on a continuous spree since his brother, Jim Scanlon, a race course sport, was killed at St. Paul about a month ago. lynched. Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 4.-Yesterday morning, Henry Tanner, John Tanner, and Alonzo Smith, all colored, were taken from jail and hanged by a crowd of seventy-five to a hundred masked men, white and black. The Tanners were chargod with bursdaryjand arson-capital crimes in this state. an embezzler. ' Cincinnatti, Sept. 4.-Jule List, secretary of the Duckworth Building association, is in hiding, he having embezzled #20,000. When the shortage was first discovered he attempted suicide. tkouui.e in no man's land Kansas City, Sept. 4.-A report has reached here that a battle was fought in No Man's Land last week, between eighteen horse thieves and a force of fifty Colorado settlers, and that nil the outlaws wera killed, together with three"ol the vigilantes. Several days ago a gang of the des* ^eratloes invaded southeastern Colo-rajib.ijand stole a-..number ol horses 'nfte'r'Whichthey- fled to the neutral strip. The settlers organized a force to pursue them and it is supposed the above fight was the result. to he depopulated. " Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 4.-Seventeen new cases were reported at noon to-day. No deaths. Representatives of the board of health and Citizens association arc now leaving for Camp Perry to confer with Surgeon General Hamilton when it is hoped that plans for depopulating the city will be perfected, cleveland martyrs. Parkersburg, W. Va., Sept. 3.- Sunday two respectable citzens, George Jones and John M. Willis, were murdered by Samuel Hare. The only excuse the murderer has for his deed is that he says Jones and Willis hurrahed for Cleveland. The Murderer has been arrested. crusading la110rers. Philadelphia, Sept. 4.--American workmen in the rolling mill of Cosh-erton to-day began a crusade against the Italians and Hungarians, serving notice on them to leave. Several collisions have occured and a number of Italians have left. --------------------- a pest distrii1uter. Breakwater, Del., Sept. 4.-The tug Argus, reports the schooner Adele Thackeray, off the capes with yellow fever on board and two men dead. Later-The schooner Abell Thackeray, from Havana, reached Deleware ' breakwater yesterday with several cases 'of yellow fever on board. Two sailors died several days ago. The vessel was removed to United States quareri-tine. england. London, Sept. 4.-Cladstone addressed a meeting of liberals at Wrexham last night. There were local jealousies, resulting in a disturbance and confusion, part of the audience cheering and others hissing so that Mr. Gladstone was obliged to stop speaking for five minutes. ITALY. Rome, Sept. 4.-The Pope, assisted by Abbott Pessuts as editor, is writing a history of Rome in the middle ages. Particular attention will be paid to the period of Gregory the Great. japan. San Francisco, Sept. 4.-The steamer City of Rio. de janerio, brings news from Japan that atTok-ushing, a town of Awa Province, a storm occurred on the night of the 4th ult., and continued on the 5th. In Mayorage an inundation was caused, by which 180 houses were destroyed and forty-six persons drowned. france. Paris, Sept. 4.-La France denies that Boulanger has gone to Germany. ---------�o*---------- ok course. Little Rock, Sept. 4.-The Democrats elected their candidate for governor in the election yesterday. Both branches of the legislature are strongly Democratic. --------**---- Telegraphic Markets. kansas city cattle. Kansas City, Mo., sept. 4.-The Live Stock Indicator reports cattle receipts at 4,500; shipments, 3000. Good to choice corn fed, $5.00(0) 5.50; common to medium, �3.25(0) 4.75; stackers and feeders $1.60(a) 3.65; grass range steers, $1.75(0) 3.30; cows, firstname.lastname@example.org Sheep. - Receipts, 3500; shipments, 545. Steady; good to choice muttons, $email@example.com; common to medium, $>i.50(0)3.00. chicago cattle. Chicago, Sept. 4.-Cattle -Re ceipts, 9,000; market slow and un changed. Steers, $3.50(0)5,75; stockers and feeders $2.10(0)3.15; Texas cattle, #2.00(3)4.00; western rangers, ers, $3.40(0)4.75. }T Sheep-Receipts, 8,000; market easier, best grades steady. Western shorn, $3-3o@4-75j Texans shorns, $2.75@3-35; "at'ves, $2.75(0)4.00. new york money. New York, Sept. 4.-Money on call casy,i^(�)2]/>. Prime mercantile paper, 4(0)6 K1- new york metal. New York, Sept. 4.-Bar silver firm; 91 3-4. Copper more active steady; lake, $16.95. Lead steady, domestic, $4.92^. Tin; straits, $22.00. Convention Notes. The convention was composed of an intelligent looking set of gentlemen.-Optic. C. H. Gildersleeve was a conspi-cious member and able representative. The manipulators of the last Territorial convention were not conspicuous in this. Judge Waldo attended the convention in the capacity of a "looker-on in" Venice." Many of the delegates are deeply obligated to Judge and Mrs. O'Bryan for royal hospitality. Hon. Frank Chaves and Hon. Vicente Mares were active workers in the cause of harmony. Many members of the conv ention called on Governor Ross at his rooms at the St. Nicholas. The Herald is under many obligations to the brother journalists assembled at Las Vegas. Capt. Montoya insisted that "We're the boys who fear no noise, although we're far from home." Col. Smith entertained several friends at dinner after his eloquent Democratic speech to the convention. Bernard Seligman was an active and useful member of the convention in the way of advising its conservative and sensible policy. Marshal Martinez's influence and power .among his friends were exercised in the interest of harmony and good feeling. The difficulties surmounted by Mr. Crist in reaching the convention would have bluffed a weak-hearted Democrat. He was recompensed by the satisfaction of representing the flourishing Democratic county of San Tuan besides his delegateship from Rio Arriba. The beautiful opera house was simply immense in decoration owing to the good taste and excellent judgment of the fair ladies of Las Vegas. The ratification meeting was a tremenduous outpouring of the Democratic masses and one would think that the whole of Las Vegas had turned out to do Antonio Joseph honor. Sol. Spiegelberg is a good man to look after the wants of the boys at a convention. He is a mighty gaod Democrat, too, and ought to have been on that delegation. As Jacob wrestled with the angel, so did the committees on credentials and resolutions wrestle with the problems that confronted them. Victory crowned* their efforts. Maj. Breeden considers it a flagrant case of offensive partizanship, which should be reported to headquarters. He says there' wasn't a Democratic official in town yesterday-unless they count him one. Hon. F. A. Manzanares presided over the convention with a dignity, decision and decorum worthy of himself, and in a manner which showed that the convention made no mistake when they conferred the honor of the temporary chairmanship upon him. -Optic. Col. Tom Smith is a finished orator, and his is the style best calculated to hold the attention of an audience from start to finish. He made a rattling Democratic speech. -Optic. ? Don Nestor Montoya deserved and received the praise of all for his excellent work in interpreting the the business ol the convention. ? Hon. Alex. Gusdorf, of Toas, made an excellent secretary during the temporary organization and won golden words of praise for bis conservative views. The Woman's Temperance Free Reading Room at Las Vegas is a very commendable institution and Santa Fe should emulate it at the earliest moment. J. H. Crist, of Amargo, the bright representative of San Juan and Rio Arriba, made a good impression and accomplished excellent work as a member of the committee on rcsoluj Hons. Among the details of the proceedings in the temporary organization of the convention, the special feature was the sharp running fight for the admission of J. H. .Crist of Rio Arriba as proxy for the entire San Juan county delegation. It is worthy of note that the Committee on Credentials had rejected the proxy of San Juan county, on the ground that Crist was not a resident of San ]uan county, and therefore not entilted to represent that county by proxy. As a matter of compromise, however, the committee reported to the convention, leaving San Juan county blank, deferring to the judgement of the convention, in body, as to that county; a sharp and decisive fight was made on a motion by Crist. to amend the report, which resulted in the unanimous admission of Crist as proxy for San Juan county. In this co.i^ention'the Las Vegas Optic sayS?-i*-"Cri3t won his case before the conyention yesterday because he had Victory on his side." THE Chas. Wagner. Uai lu Stock tho Finest Assorliuetit ol Parlor, Jiedroo,. and Kitchen FURNITURE! Queeimoare and Oiassvxtre, Buy and boII everything from n child's chuir to :t monument. Can lit you'out. In auythiug from Kitchen to Parlor. Auction and commission house 011 San Francisco St. Call and turn us. No trouble to �ho\v goods. All goods sold on easy payments. LUIS E. ALARID. Real Estate AND Collection Agency, Mutual :�: Life :: I OF NEW YORK. [folds the. foremost plant amonu the Life Tnsurawe Institutions of the World, and offers superior advantages in all the features of business, together until, unequalled financial security. ASENCY AT SANTA FE, N, M. OVKR*� T NATI0NAL 1)ANK A SPECIALTY. Contractor for Fire Wood in any quantity. Fence Posts and Poles for building purposes. P O. ;iox,No. 92, Santa Fo. N. M. FOR GOOD CLOTHING, FOK MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN, AND Gent's Furnishings GO TO J. H. GERDES, The Clothier, Hatter, and Gent's Furnisher. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M. ED- MXULiErJEL, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, at Wholesale and Retail, Bridge St., South-side of Buidge. All fruits anil vugctublcs sold lit my store aro rntaeri on my nuicli lit Tosuquc. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK --OF-- SANTA FE- WM W, GRIFFIN, PEDRO PEREA, President. Vice-President. R. J. PALEN, Cashier. THEE 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 Santa Fe, New Mexico St. Michael's College SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, This Institution, under the direction, of the .Brothers of the Christian Schools, was established in, 1809, and incorporated in 1S83, with full collegiate privileges. The Curriculum embraces the usual Primary and Commercial brandies. Lessons in French, Spanish, German, Phonography and Type- Writing are given without, extra charge. Chemistry, Assaying, Telegraphy and instrumental Music (brass iuMruments excepted') are charged extra. TE11MS-.Hoard, Tuition, Washing and Bedding, per month, 822.50. Use of Typewriter, SJ. SO. .For further information apply to BROTHER BOTULPH, President THE SANTA FE BAKERY. Bread, Pies and Cakes^ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. F, SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor, San Francisco St. - - Santa Fe, N. M, CITY MEAT MARKET IN 1859. AUGUST KIRCHNER, Proprietor. Dealer in all kinds of fresh and salt meats. SAUSAGES OF ALL 80RTS. SAN FRANCISCO ST............................. SANTA FE; N. M
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