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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                THE YOL I. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. NO. 38. THE NEWS. Hon. Mariano S. Otero, of Bernalillo County, the Republican Nominee For Derogate to Congress. A Sub-committee of the Seriate Formulate a New Tariff Bill. Sluggers Eager to Fight-A British Spy MCanf^tJ. A, ^Cooper Nominated as a Repubican Candidate For Governor of Colorado -A Bad Guide-Failed-Fire, Etc. Etc. Etc. republican    .TERRITORIAL   convention. -Socorro, N. M., Sept. 15.-Republican convention called to order by Chairman Griffin, of the central committee, at 11 o'clock a. m. Can-delari.o Garcia was elected temporary chairman, and as secretaries, Messrs. Madrid, Kelly and Salazar. Chairman Garcia addressed the convention. He denounced the Democratic party in forcible terms for its inefficiency and despotic ad-ministtation of public affairs in the territory. There were no contesting delegations, and committees were appointed to report on permanent organization, bills and resolutions. The convention adjourned until three o'clock. The convention reassembled at 3 p. m. Committee reports were received and adopted. J. Francisco Chavez was made permanent chairman. Mariano S. Otero, of Bernalillo, was nominated for delegate by acclamation amid great, enthusiasm, and the convention adjourned until 8 p. m., to meet and ratify the nomination and adopt the platform. --------- -. THE TARWK. v Washington, Sept., 5.-The subcommittee of the Senate committee on finance which was engaged on the preparation of the tariff bill this morning, received the second print of the new tariff bill. It contains interleaved with text of bill tables pre-> .. pared for the convenience of members of sub-committees, showing in parallel columns the rates by the present law, those by the Mills bill, and those proposed in the new bill. It is the last print to be made before the measure is laid before the full committee, which is expected to occur next week. The members of the sub-committee and committee clerks and experts are now preparing matter* for the report to accompany the bill. The testimony and statements made to the. sub-committee making about 1,500 pages in print, will be formally submitted to the full committee with the bill and the report. eager to fight. New York, Sept. 4.-To-day the backers of Jack McAuliffe and Billy Dacey. met their principals to arrange a match. McAuliffe was, eager to ratify a match to fight at 133 pounds for �1,000 in four weeks. Dacey and his backer objected to the fight coming off under eight weeks. McAuliffe finally agreed to fight in six weeks. The articles of agreement were then signed and 1500 posted. The protocol calls for the men to battle in the last week in October, within 100 miles of this city, for j6i,ooo, the Police Gazette diamond belt, and the light weight championship of America. The men arc to weigh 133 pounds and the place to be selected by the stockholders twelve hours before entering the ring. The final deposit is to be posted in October when the referee is to be selected. �   SPY IN CAMP, ' .. Chicago, Sept. -A Washington special says: A great scare has been caused'in the war department over information to ihe effect that a young British officer who has been in this country, has penetrated the secret of operating our torpedoes, on which we mainly depend for our coast defenses, and that he has se-. cured complete drawings and forwarded them to England. , if A. COOPER NOMINATED. Denver, Colo., Sept. 5.-The Republican convention was called to order at 10,30 Arm., and took four � ballots for governor without making any choice and then took a recess until 2 o'clock. The convention reassembled at 2:30 n. m., and pro-c�eded with a fifth ballot for governor which resulted in the unanimous selection of J. A, Cooper, of Denver. Wm, G. Smith, of Golden, was nominated for lieutenant governor. The convention then adjourned, until 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. a bad guide. ^^Philadelphia, Sept, 5.-Information has been received here from Rocl^Springs, Wyoming; of the mur� der by unknown persons of S. M. Wain, of this city, and C. L. Strong, of New York, both wealthy young men, who have been spending the summer hunting. It is supposed that they were murdered and robbed by the guide. FAILED. New York, Sept. 5-The * well known coffee and tea house of J. P. Bennett & Co., have failed. Liabilities about �200.000. * . ' FIRE. Cataragus, N. Y. Sept. 5.-Fire broke out in J. G. Ackuman's store early this morning which destroyed thirteen buildings. The loss is large. HORSE THIEVES.' Trinidad, Colo., Sept. 4.-A week ago John Jennings and others left Boston, Colorado, in pursuit of horse thieves in the neutral strip. The detachment overtook Billy Cornelius, an ex^marshal of Boston, and one companion - both of them horse thieves-drying their clothing after a rain. The two leaped upon horses bareback and escaped. Some stolen horses and arms were captured. Part of the detachment returned with these while the rest followed the thieves. The pursuing party, reinforced by cowboys from about the Z H ranch, it is believed were guided by the night of Cornelius and bis companions to the principal rendezvous of the terrible band of thieves who are a scourge to southeastern Colorado. If is hoped that the reported battle has resulted in the destruction of the main camp of outlaws, though here and at Foisom and and Clinton there are no particulars, only a meagre report of a pitched battle. MEXICO. City of Mexico, Sept. 5.-A New York and European syndicate has concluded negotiations for starting a bank here to represent American interests and handle American investments in this country. H. B. Holl-ings & Co., and Robert Colgate are the chief movers. They have bought the Mexican Mortgage bank charter and the new institution will be known as the International & Mortgage bank. This financial combine has for one of its objects the union of the silver products of Mexico with that of the United States, so as to make the headquarters of the silver market of the world at New York instead of London. The present capital is �5,000,000. � The City of Leon lately inundated, is again under water owing to the recent heavy rains. Railway stations are flooded and local train service is suspended. Mattamoras advices say the quarantine against Texas was raised Monday. MAIL ROBBERY. New York, Sept. 5,-The afternoon papers say a mail robbery has taken plaee between Albany and Chicago, of the west bound mail. A package dropped into the postoffice at New York Friday containing many valuable packages, and including a note for jfSos.ooo mailed by Blake Bros & Co." * NO INFORMATION. Washington, Sept. 5.-The department of state has received from Gen. Denby, United States minister to China, in response to inquiry from Washington, a telegram to the .effect that he has no positive information in'regard to the action of the Chinese authorities respecting the treaty,       K% '''V � *'P.%-.fSf � � '.-tii'/.^P'',:'' � Foreign JFlaahea. ITALY. London, Sept. 5.-The Chronicle's Rome correspondent says King Leopold, through Cardinal Schu-ffino, has offered the pope a residence in Belgium in event of a necessity arising for him to, leave Rome. The pope has had several audiences with the Russian envoy who is completing a concordat with the czar, giving a large share of religious liberty to polish and Russian Catholics. FRANCE. . Paris, Sept. 5.-M. Ferry, in a speech at Remiremdnt, admitted that the next general election would be a struggle between' the Republican and everything anti-Republican in the way of monarchy, empire and dictatorship. He said he was in favor of returning to the former), method of voting but it depends upon a union of the Republicans to defeat Boulangerism. Paris, Sept 5.-The express train from Dijon left the rails ' last night while on the way to Paris blocking the road. The Italian night mail train ran into the disabled train and was wrecked. Twelve persons were killed and eight injured. Telegraphic Markets. KANSAS CITY CATTLE., Kansas City, Mo., sept. 5.--The Live Stock Indicator reports cattle receipts at 4,500; shipments, 3000. Good to choice corn fed, �5.001 5.50; common to medium, �3.251 4.75; stackers and feeders �i.6a 3.65; grass range steers, �1.751 3.30; cows, �i.25@a.7o Sheep. - Receipts, 3500; shipments, 545. Steady; good to choice muttons, $3.50(3)4.00; common to medium, �i.5o@3.00. CHICAGO CATTLE. Chicago, Sept. 5.-Cattle -Receipts, 9,000; market slow and unchanged. Steers, �3.50(0)5,75; stockers and feeders �2.10(^3.15; Texas cattle, �2.oo@4.oo; western rangers, ers, �3.40(0)4.75. Sheep-Receipts, 8,000; market easier, best grades steady. Western shorn, �3.30(0)4.75; Texans shorns, �2.75@3-35J natives, �2.75(0)4.00. NEW YORK MONEY. New York, Sept: 5.-Money on call easy.jjj^(|)2>�,. .Prime mercantile paper, 4@6� NEW YORK METAL. New York, Sept. 5.-Bar silver firm; 91 3-4. Copper more active steady; lake, �16.95. Lead steady, domestic, �4.92^. ' Tin; straits, �22.00. LESTER WALLACK DEAD. New York, Sept. 6.- Lester Wal-lack died at Stamfbrd,Connecticut,today. He was the most famous of the theatrical managers of the country. Btinaon always keeps the finest cigars in town. t f Why don.t you go to Sthiaont when you waut something good. t f Jabueb Umdxbwcaz.-A complete assortment of Jeager underwear just arrived. Please call aua examine. Beluikan Bbo's. Sole agents for Santa Fe. SL M. For the fnjaheat fruita and vegetables iu any quantity go to E. Andrews, south aide of plat*. Fine pears for cutting or .cauuing in any quantity. J   G   SCHUMANN DEALER IN LEATHER* FINDINGS. Orders by mtt promptly attended to P.O.BOX 55. Santa Fe,       "  - ' New Mexfeo LUIS E. ALARID. Real EJsts/te and Oollectlon Agency. Translate ail Copying A SPECIALTY. Contractor for Fire Wood in any quantity.   Fence Posts and Pole* for building purposes. P O. 3ox,No. 9a, Santa Fe. n. M. FRUITS > VEGETABLES, at Wholesale and Retail, Bridge St., South-side of Bridge. All fruita and vegetables sold at 1117 store are railed on injr ranch at Tesuquc. Santa Fe, New Mexico FOR Igood glothing, FOB 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. Chas. Wagner. Baa in Stock the Finest Assortment of fo Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Queensware  and   Glassware, Buy and aeU everything from a child's chair to a monument. Can fit you out is anything from Kitchen to Parlor. Auction and commission house on Ban Francisco St. Call and see us. No trouble to show goods. AU goods sold on eaty payment*. Tbe Santa Fe Herald. -All kinds of- M and Coieercial Printioir FINE PRESSES, NEW TYPE. ORDERS FOR Bill Heads, Statements, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Cards, Invitations, Programmes, Posters -AND- Everything else in the line of printing promptly and neatly executed. -VERY- LOW RATES QUOTED. Address THE HERALD, Palace Avenue. Santa Fe. N. M. Hntnal:-: Life:: Insurance:-: Company. OP NEW YORK. Holds the foremost plaee among the Life Insurance Institutions of the World, and offers superior advantages in all the features of business, together with unequalledfinancial security. AGENCY AT SANTA Ffc, N. M.    �ver secon^natwnal bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF- SANTAFE. WM W, GRIFFIN, PEDRO PEREA, President. Vice-President. R. J. PALEN,  Cashier. THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PAID UP    -    -    -     -    $160,000. Does a general banking business and solicits patronage of the public. L. SPIEGELBERG, President. W. G. SIMMONS, Cashier St. Michael's College SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. This Institution, under the direction of the Brotlwrs of the Christian JSc/wols, was established in 1859, and incorporated in 1888, with full colic-, giate privileges. . The Curriculum embraces the usual Primary and Commercial branclin. Lessons in French, Spanish, German, Phonography and < Type- Writing are given without extra clmrge! Chemistry, Assaying, Telegraphy and instrumental Musw {brass instruments excepted') are cliarged extra. TERMS-Board, Tuition, Washing and Bedding,- per month, $22.50. Use of Typewriter, SI.50.  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. TJ-:M;sf. AUGUST KIRCHNER, - - - Proprietor/ Dealer in all kinds of fresh and salt meats. AN FRANCISCO ST,,......,......'..'^..........SANTA FE, HjMl XMXSm!X0%SSS^ m 554   

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