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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                THE DAILY HERALD. VOL. I, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1888. NO, 40. TIPS FROM THE WIRE. Negroes Ordered to Leave Fort Bend County, Texas, for Attempted Assassination. Nothing in Judge Thurman's tion to Evcite Alarm. Condi A Handsome and Accomplished Young Lady Murdered at Her Home Near Glasgow, Pa. The Races-Base Ball-Foreign Flashes, Etc., Etc., Etc. ordered to leave. Richmond, Texas, Sept. 7.-The negroes ordered to leave in Fort Bend county, for the attempted assassination of H. H. Frost, will resist. A committee of six citizens went out to Jack and Tom Taylor's, fifteen miles from Richmond, a stronghold of 500 negroes, to notify them that they had ten hours in which to leave the country. They declined to leave and defied the whites. One of the committee returned to town and reported the decision at Taylor's, while the others remained on guard. Forty men armed with Winchesters have gone out to enforce the order. J. M. Fergusson, the offensive negro district clerk, has gone to the Taylor neighborhood. Matters have assumed such a serious phase that the two local military companies have been called into service. Gov. Ross has ordered the state rangers to Fort Bend county. --o*-- 'i'HUKMAN. New York, Sept. 7.-Thurman awoke shortly after 10 o'clock this morning much refreshed, after thirteen hours almost unbroken sleep. His physicians say he is much better, and will suffer no ill effects from his slight illness. Breakfast was served in his parlor, and he will probably spend the day quietly in his room. It is thought he may drive about town. later. Judi?e Thurman is all right, and his Only regret is that he was unable to speak last night. He arose at noon, expressed himself as feeling well except for a little weakness. He is very grateful to the- people for their interest in him, and wishes it to be explained to them that there is nothing in his condition to excite alarm. He has simply suffered from an attack such as the strongest is liable, and is now all right. roisisers. Glasgow, Pa., Sept. 7.-Miss Ida Flynn, a handsome, and accomplished lady, was mysteriously murdered at her home near here yesterday, in the absence of the rest of the family. It is supposed to be the deed of some robbers.    No clue. turned into the workings. Should this be successful the fire will not spread to other adjoining workings of the section which are all connected. It is impossible to get within half a mile on the inside stope and the water running from the fire at distance is at boiling point. man1tciia. Winnipeg, Sept. 5.-Mrs. Grant was burned to death last night while making a heroic attempt to save her children from fire. The fire was started by the explosion of a lamp. The fire was between Mrs. Grant's room and tntat of her children, but she dashed into the burning room, with no thought as to her own safety. She received burns Irom which she shortly died. The children were saved by outsiders. zanziijar. London, Sept. 6.--A dispatch from Zanzibar says a vessel flying the French flag and carrying French papers landed eighty slaves at the island of Pembo in the presence of boats from the British man-of-war Griffin. It is reported that a regular slave traffic is carried on between Pembo and Madagascar by dhows, with which, in view of the fact that they carry the French flag, the British cruisers are powerless to interfere. sheepshead bay races. Sheepshead Bay, Sept. <].,�-Weather chilly. Track in excellent condition. One mile.-Sam Harper, won; Niagara, second; Grinald, third. Time, 1:42, Five furlongs-Champagne Charlie, won; Minnie Palmer second; Tenney, third.   Time, 1:01 2-5. Seven eighths mile on turf-Lafitte won in 1:291-5; Estrella, second; Drake, third. ~----�-------- base ball. Chicago, Sept. 6.-Chicago, 2; De troit, 5. Indianapolis, Sept. 6.- Indiana polis, 8; Pittsburg, 1. Philadelphias, Sept. 6.-Athletic, 4; Ransas City, 3. Baltimore, Sept. 6.-Baltimore, 3; St. Louis, 2. Cleveland, Sept. 6.-Cleveland 3; Cincinnati, 2. mine eire. Hazelton, Pa., Sept, 7.-A serious mine fire is in progress five miles north of this place, at the Lattimore colliery, operated by Pardee Bros A portion of the workings known as the eounter schute on the inside of a stope which was abandoned over a year ago, was ignited yesterday. It was impossible to get close to the fire. It was decided to-day to adopt the plan of drowning the mine and to this end a stream of water was temporal power of the people, and condemning the Italian penal laws affecting the clergy. The German government sent a note to England requesting a settlement of the niget dispute. appeal for aid, New York, Sept. 7.-Mayor Hewitt issued an appeal to the public to-day for aid for yellow fever sufferers of Jacksonville, Florida. a   cyclone. Washington, Sept. 7.-There is a eyclone in the Gulf, apparently moving westward, south of Port Eads. -.-.��- BERNALILLO BULLDOZING StiriKOn nlwayo keeps the finest cigars in town. 11 -------<--- Why don.t you go to Stinsons when you want something good. tf Jaeger Underwear,-A complete assortment of Jeaeer underwear just arrived. Plcusc call and examine. Seliciman Uro'h. Solo aitontB for Santa Fe, N. M. How The Republican Candidate for Delegate and His Man Friday Behave Themselves. Foreign Flashes. russia. St. Petersburg, Sept. 7.-The czar and the czarina have started upon a two months' tour of southern Russia. St. Petersburg, Sept. 6.-The Nov-revemya has a dispatch to the effect that northern Afghans have revolted and proclaimed Isham Khan Ameer. rV battle ' has taken place, the result of which is not known. The paper believes that civil war will compli cate Abdurraham Khan's relations with neighbors unless it be promptly suppressed, and doubts if this can be accomplished. england. London, Sept. 7.--At the trades congress at Bradford a resolution passed favoring the exclusion of semi-pauper immigrants unless skilled workers. The Allan line steamer Prussian, from Philadelphia, on the way to Glasgow, in the Clyde last night, collided with and sunk the steamer Memling, which was almost cut in two.   The Prussian was beached. London, Sept. 7.-De Lesseps read a paper yesterday at a meeting of the British association at Bath. He said he was confident that ten locks of the Panama canal will be completed by 1890. Twelve hundred spinners at Bolton have struck. It is expected that the strike will spread. London, Sept. 7.-The African lakes expedition under command of Capt. Lugard had a fight with Arab slave dealers in Nyassi district, June 16. One European attached to the expedition and several black allies were killed. Captain Lugard was wounded, The Arab losses are unknown. It is believed the Arabs retained their position. Biily Porter and Frank Buck, American burglars have been ex-tradicted to Germany on the charge of robbing a jewelry house at Munich. ireland. Dublin, Sept. 7.-On the occasion of the trial of Redmond,' at Arthurs town, police charged the crowd of people assembled outside the court. The police clubbed the people with their rifles and dispersed them violently. Many were seriously injured. france. Paris, Sept. 7.-The government has ordered an investigation of the report of dhows carrying the French flag engaged in the slave trade be tween Pemba and Madagascar. If true it will be stopped. greece. Athens, Sept. 7.-Lambardor, minister of the interior, is dead. germany. Berlin, Sept. 7.-Baron Oppen-heim, of Cologne, subscribed 14,000 to the fund for the Emin Bey relief expedition. Dr. Rolfs published a letter in which he approved the expedition, but favors the establishment of a chain of German stations at intervals of one weeks march. Berlin, Sept. 7. - The Catholic congress at Freiling unanimously adopted a resolution in favor of the For the freshest fruits and vegetables in any quantity go to K. Andrews, south side of plaza. Fine pearB for cutting or canning in any quantity. From The AUnujuerque Democrat. Yesterday morning when the train arrived-from the south, bearing the returning delegates from Socorro, a number of people were attracted to the depot by  the inspiring music of the Santa Fe band.    Among  the persons who had assembled  there was Zenon Sandoval of Peiia Blanca. It will be remembered that Mr. Sandoval was the Republican leader from Bernalillo county in the lower House of the last  Legislative Assembly. Upon the arrival of the train Major Otero and   Marcus   C.  de Baca, Chairman of the Hon.  Board of Commissioners of Bernalillo county, approached where Mr. Sandoval engaged in talking with some of his friends.   One or the other  of the above named gentlemen suggested to Mr. Sandoval that a civil suit on the docket of the present term of court in which Mr. Sandoval's brother-in law is the defendant in a cause of ejectment,  could be   satisfactorily arranged if Mr.  Sandoval would cease his opposition to the  Republican party in this county.   Mr. Sandoval persisted in proclaiming his allegiance to the Democratic party and declared himself opposed to any further attempts fo foist on the peo pie of this county the ready made family of Bernalillo ticket.  The witnesses present declare that Mr. Sandoval was acting in a peaceful  and orderly manner, when  Mr.  Marcus C. de Baca dealt him  a powerful blow in the face.   Thereupon Major Otero told  Mr.  Duran a    deputy sheriff from the old town, to  take Mr. Sandoval and lock him  up in jail.      Previous     to     this    Mr Otero had  ordered Mr. Sandoval to leave the place, meaning the depot platform, and the latter insisted that heJiad a right to remain on the platform.   Mr. Sandoval v/as placed under arrest, and said to the officer who had him in custody:   "I quietly submit to you, and  only desire to know on what charge and why I am arrested."   Mr.  Duran replied in Spanish, "you have been arrested because Mr.  Otero said so."   Mr Sandoval was then taken to the old town jail, and notwitstanding that he gave good and  sufficient bonds, he was detained in the  bastile until morning.   The informant found Mr. Sandoval yesterday morning at the Armijo House very much excited, in charge of a deputy sheriff who  was so drunk that he could not identify the prisoner from any other gentleman in the crowd.   When the depu-tyQsheriff in question awoke from his drunken slumber he was approached by Mr. Santiago Baca, who quietly asked why Mr. Sandoval had  been arrested and if there was any warrant he desired to read the charge.   The depury sheriff flew into a passion and made a ferocious assault on his prisoner Mr. Sandoval.   Mr. Baca re sented the affront  and pushed the drunken deputy away and he fell down. There are charges and count er charges to be explained before the police judge, in which  the  Republican candidate for Delegate fig ures in an unenviable manner. These knock-down arguments of our Ber nalillo friends were quite the thing a few years ago, but they are not very popular now if one is to judge from the public sentiment as expressed on every street corner in Albuquerque yesterday. The cases alluded to above will be heard on Monday at 3 o'clock, when the full evidence in this case will be disclosed. LUIS E. ALARID. PLeetl Estate and GcjllleGtion AgenGy. � Translating and Copying A SPECIALTY. Contractor for Fire Wood in any quantity.   Fence Posts and Poles for building purposes. P O. ;iox,No. 92, Santa Fe. n. M. ED- MILLER, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, at AVholesale and Retail, Bridge St., South-side of Bridge. All fruits uud vegetables sold at my store ure raised an my ranch at Tcsui|Ue. Santa Fe, New Mexico FOR GOOD CLOTHING. FOB MEN,  BOYS AND  CHILDREN, AND Gent's Furnishings GOTO J. H. GERDES, The Clothier, Hatter, and Gent's Furnisher. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, N. M. Chas. 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