El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19TH YEAR, No. 260, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 4, 1899 Page: 1 of 12
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price 5 CENTS. EL PASO. TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1899 19th YEAR NO. 260
Retains Jeffries the Heavy-
Of the World.
The Two Men Fought One
of the Fiercest Bat-
tles In Fistic
New York.Nov. 4.-In the most mar
vellouB fistic encounter that has re-
cently attracted the eyes of the sport
lng world and before the greatest
crowd of people that ever assembled at
a ring side to witness such a pugilistic
encounter James Jeffries was ' given
the decision over Tom Sharkey in the
twenty fifth at the Coney Island Atb
letis club last night tby referde Geo-
Silcr and he still retains the cham
plonaiiip of the world.
It was a battle fought surely on its
merits. A comparison between the
condition of the two men could scarce-
ly be drawn as they both entered the
ring fit to make the battle of their
Sharkey forced the fighting and
showed himself to be remarkably
clever and w swift Ion his feet. With
his terrlfio punches he kept Jeffries
continually on the aggressive and
showed by bis bard hitting that he had
no superior not even in Bob. Fitzsim-
mons who was credited with being one
of the hardest hitters that ever pulled
on a glove.
Jeffriee' style showed that he had
improved sinoe his fight with Fitzslm-
mons and he further showed himself
to be remarkably clever shifty on his
feet and while he did cot show any
great ring generalehip he made up
for this lack of tactics by his punching
For twenty rounds Sharkey kept
Jeffries moving at a rapid pace but
in the twenty-second round Jeffries got
in a couple of vicious uppyer cuts that
made Sharkey groggy.
Jeffries received terrific punishment
and with his eye ear and nose split
came back at Sharkey more viciously
in an effort to retrieve himself.
Shortly before the gong sounded
Jeffries' left glove came off and the
contest was practically over. The
crowd urged Sharkey to rush in and
finish it but Referee George Siler pre-
Jeffries used his weight to good ad-
vantage. THE FIGHTERS RESTING.
New York Nov. 4. Both fighters
are resting quietly n this city today
Jeffries at the Murray Hill baths
while Sharkey is at Evard's baths. Af-
ter the battle Jeffries and his party
went to Ben Choen's resort wbere a
few bottles were opened. Then they
all took cabs and were driven to
Wakeley's hotel where the jollification
was completed. Jeffries and a few of
his friends then went to the Murray
Hill bathe. The champion left no call
and wili probably sleep through the
day. This evening he will leave for
Sharkey was driven in a eab to
Evard's baths and after a rub-down
went to sleep. Tim McGrath and Dr.
Francis E. Cutler are with him. Dr.
"Sharkey has a lacerated coaluslon
on the left shoulder and his muscles
are sprained at this point. There is a
cut over his left eye. On his left side
over the sixth rib the flesh is swollen
and the skin is black and blue. Ap-
parently no bones are broken."
SHARKEY SHOWS PLUCK.
Doctor Crammer the athletic club's
physician attended Sharkey alter the
battle and said that with the physical
pain that Sharkey must have suffered
he gave a wonderful exhibition of
pluok. It was fully half an hour be-
fore he was able to dress and leave
the club house. He was very weak and
could hardly walk.
Jeffries knew after the engagement
that he had been in a prize fight.
Sharkey rapped him hard and often
and he is a bruised and battered man
JOHN L. SULLIVAN'S OPINION.
New York Nov. 4. John L. Sulli-
van for many years champion of the
world saw the Sharkey-Jeff ries fight.
In giving an opinion of the contest he
"The decision Is right and it is a
dead certainty that the best man won
FT anrnriflpd me in every way toward
the end. Sharkey is one of the gamest
hardest-hit t'.ng men I ever saw. He
ought to be ranked with Dewey so far
as willingness goes. I would like to
see Jeffries and Sharkey in a finish
IMMENSE SUMS CHANGE HANDS.
Over 8100000 changed bands in this
olty alone. Jake Fields a Wall street
man lost in a bet of $15000 against
$21000; Jim Corbett cleaned up about
$30000; Jimmy Wakeley $3000; Martin
Do wllog $4000 and Henry Harris $5
No fight has ever attracted such a
great crowd. At least ten thousacd
people were present and the receipts
certainly aggregated $70000.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
Jeffries victory means at least $100-
000 for him. The fighters will get
$40000 of the receipts and $30000 of
this goes to the champion. In addition
he gets an Interest? in pictures which
with his added prestige ana the pos-
sibility of lending his name to various
enterprises it is expected will bring
his total winnings up to $100000 with-
in a year.
Sharkey gets $10000 and an interest
in pictures and the Coney Island
Athletic Club $30000.
AT JEFFRIES HOVIE
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Says His Proud And
Los Angeles Cal. Nov. 4. The
simple announcement that Jim Jer-
ries h won over Sharkey and kept
the heavy weight championship cf the
world served to send the thousands sur
rounding the bulletin boards into
ecstacies of enthusiasm. At Jeffries'
home his mother three sisters and
three brothers'reflected the family
"I knew my Jim would win" said
his proud mother. . "He is a good boy;
he may not have professed religion but
he is honorable. While his father wbo
is a preacher -has said but little I
know hiB heart earnestly beat for Jim's
A CIRCUS MAN
Quarreling Over a Woman In Las
Cruces He Gets a Bullet In His
Special Dispatch to the Herald.
Las Cruces N. M.. Nov. 4 At
12:30 this morning a Mexican named
Castaneda connected with the Mexi-
can circus was 6hot and severely
wounded by another Mexican named
The two men were paying attention
to a woman in a house in this place
and a quarrel began. The woman
ejected Trujillo from the premises
and be began firing throueh the door
one shot taking effect in Castaneda's
The wound is not a fatal one and
no arrest has been made Trujillo hav-
ing disappeared right after the shooi
" KOBSON AT WORK
The Naval Constructor Testing the
Speed of the Captured Spanish
Cruisers In Chinese Waters.
Hong Kong Nov. 4. Naval Con
structor Hobson yesterday superin-
tended the preliminary speed trial of
the reconstructed former Spanish
cruiser Isle de Cuba.
She made almost fifteen knots which
is one knot faster than made by the
Isle de Luzon also reconstructed by
OPERA SINGER INSANE
Grows Violent on a Train And Has to
St. Joseph Mo.. Nov. 3. Pietro
Gilleano baritone of the Lambardi
Italian grand opera company is suffer-
ing from dementia. He became violent
last night on a train coming from
Lincoln Neb.: and a strong guard was
necessary to restrain him. He will be
sent to an a9ylum.
BOERS OVER THE LINE
They Enter Norvalspok And Coles-
burg And Are Destroying Rail-
CtPE Town Nov 4. The Boers have
entered Norvalspok and Colesburg
ju t ever the line from the Orange
Free State in Cape Colony and are
destroying bridges along the railroad
A Striking War Bulletin From
The London Colonial
The Boers Reported To Be
Moving Upon Colenzo
But Advices Are
LONDON Nov. 4. The colonial of
fice is in receipt of a message saying
that Colenzo has been evacuated.
Colenzo (20 miles south Lady-
smith) Nov. 4. The British are
"withdrawing' from Kay the point of
Gen. White's line of retreat.
Capetown Nov. 4. A dispatch re-
ceived this morning from Petermaritz-
burg 6ays the Boers are apparently re-
tiring from their position about Lady-
smith and moving to the south. This
GENERAL SIR GEORGE STEWART WHITE
In Command of the British Forces In Natal.
In a dispatch concerning the recent defeat and capture of the left wing of
his command Ganeral White said: "I formed the plan in the working out of
which the disaster occurred nnd I am alone responsible. The troops are not
blameworthy as their position was unt?nable."
is doubtless a Boer movement upon
This conflicts somewhat with advices
from Ladysmitb today stating that
both the Boers and the British were
holding their respective positions there
Wednesday afternoon; but the discre-
pancy is accounted for by the fact that
the two pieces of news come from dif-
ferent sources and through different
channels and observations are taken
from different points of view.
PROBABLY A FIGHT AT COLENZO.
London Nov. 4. Nothing received
today allays the dread that the Boers
have not only cut the wires south of
Ladysmitb but also ripped up the
railroad connection with the coast.
The continental report of a second en-
gagement at Ladysmith is believed in
many quarters torefer to a fight at
Colenzo for- the possession of the
Tugela river bridge. Any Boer move-
ment to the south entails a Colenzo
A long siege of Ladysmith is scouted
in military circles. Gan. White is
sitting on a pile of military stores
which the Boers want worse than they
do White. Before he can make inroads
on the stores the Boers will mix in.
If victorious they will "trek" the
stores back of tbe frontier to make
strong the men who are goiog to face
The navy is also crowing over being
the "savior" of the British in Natal.
Remember Harvey's opening sure
Sunday eve 5 p. m. Souvenir dinner.
A Transport Carrying Troops to
South Africa Returns to Port
Liverpool. Nov. 4. The transport
Rapid an which left here last Wednes-
day for South Africa with troops bas
returned to port to repair damages sus-
tained in a severe storm.
Many of the Rapid an 's boats were
smashed and a number of horses aboard
were killed. She will refit at once and
resume her journey at the first possible
BOERS SICK OF WAR
They Admit Their Forces Have Sus-
tained Heavy Losses.
Cape Town Nov. 4. The Natal Mer
cury publishes an interview with a
dostor who attended the wounded at
He met numbers of Boers who said
they were sick of war and wished to
They admitted their forces have sus
tained heavy losses.
No Hope That He Will Be Able To De
sign a Yacht For Next Season's
Glasgow.Nov. 4. Designer Life of
Sir Thomas Lipton's yacht the Sham
rock who aorived here this morning
is seriously ill.
He bad to be carried from the train
to bed and it will be impossible for
him to design a challenger for next
A West Virginia Quarrel and Its
Tunnelton W. Va. Nov. 4.
Grant and Henry Shaver brothers
twenty-nine and thirty-five years of
age respectively quarreled last night
and Grant shot and killed Henry.
Tbe murderer gave himself up.
AN ANIMATED SCENE
Imitation Of a New Union At theG.
H. Station This Morning.
The G. & H. station this morning
offered a scene of animation and activi-
ty which suggested vividly what an
El Paso union depot would look like.
The west bound passenger was an hour
late and was held to await the
incoming Texas and Pacific passenger.
By arrangement with the G H. the
T. P. train was brought in at this de-
pot instead of at its own station.
Both trains carried an unusually
heavy traffio and a tourist excursiou
out on the S. P. added to the number
so that for a while the station tracks
were crowded and tbe din and confu-
sion were increased by the criee of
hackmen the noise of the switch en-
gines and tbe usual turmoil tof
New York Nov. 4 Copper 18.25.
Silver 58 1-8: lead 4.40.
Daily Herald 15o per week.
As the Running Mate of Mr.
McKinley in Next
HOBART WILL RETIRE
The Vice-President No
Likely To Again Take
Part In Public Af-
fairs. Washington Nov. 4. According
to gossip-floating around republican
politicians are already speculating as
to who will likely be the running mate
of Mr. McKinley on their national
ticket next year. Even should 'Vice-
President Hobart partially recover his
ill health it seems to be a settled fact
that he will never again take any
active part in public affaire. But his
friends fear that the unfortunate man
can hardly live until the opening o
The candidate most talked of is Gov
ernor Roosevelt of New York. Those
wbo advocate him however appear to
do bo largely from sentiment.
Mrs. Richardson is in
the city from
J. S. Brooks left via Santa
G. L. Hitt left for Luray Va. today
to visit his parents.
John Fulkerson left for Chicago on
the Santa Fe today.
A. McCullougb Jr. left for his home
in St. Louis over the Santa Fe today.
T. J. Hatch and T. J. Johnson and
wife came down from Jar ilia last night.
A. L. Sailor left for Kansas City on
this morning's north bound Santa Fe.
Deputy Sheriff Ben Williams came
down from Las Cruces this morning.
M. Urmston. cattle buyer.of Mexico
returned to the city today from Den-
ver. S. Pedregon interpreter in the Las
Cruces courts came down on today's
J. J. Manning editor and manager
of the Sacramento Chief is In the city
. W. R. Mclver will arrive in tbe city
tomorrow from a two months' eastern
Miss Bristol who bas been in tbe
city for a week past left this afternoon
for her home in Boston.
I. L. Webber traveling agent of the
Herald returned this morning from
a New Mexico business trip.
Grant Shepherd and J. C. Shepherd
and party left over tbe Mexican Cen-
tral yesterday for Chihuahua.
Miss Georgie Sullivan of Juarez
arrived on the Santa Fe today from
New Mexico where she teaches school
to spend Sunday with relat'ves.
Mrs. Lillle Cazanx de Brito from
Mexico City is visiting Mrs. F. Wells
Brown. Mrs. Brito will make a trip to
California before returning home.
St. Charles: P. H. Quiena Cbioa-
go; D. Sowers Silver City; Mrs. L.
Webb .Chihuahua; M. S. Durrell
sen alia; J. Hoe
Elvey and wife Mrs
Center block: H.
phis; M. Frank field
Phoenix; T. K
Minnesota; S. E. Knapp Los Angeles;
Mrs. H. Jorgenson Safford; Miss Mc-
Cuen P. B. Isaacs H. G. Ross San
Orndorff: W. R. Atkinson and wife
M. C. Miller Chicano; A. M. Marose
ban Antonio; Dr. and Mrs. W. C.
Samson Omaha; M. L Verdon J.
Paper Jr. Chicago; L. A. Scowden
San Francisco; Mrs. B. C. Biiley G.
S. Carkner K. C. Mrs. Robt. Masters
Long Beach; S. R. Thompson T.
Baker A. B. Seamoo C. H. Dascomb
Albuquerque; B. Learner E. C. Miller
Grand Central: Frank Bettman
San Francisco; L. J. Straurs Albuquer-
que; C. F. Schiweer St Louis; Mrs. R.
K. McCowt City; D. T. Morgan Min
neapolis; E. K. Baker Austin; Lino
Porras Las Cruces; T. W. Parker J.
S. MUohell Las Cruces; S. D. Clifford
Sierra Blanca; A. C. Coddlngton J. J.
Manning Alamogordo; T. J. Hatch
T. J. Johnson and wife Jarilla.
Pierson: J. R. Rude Kansas City;
J. D. Leitch and wife U. S. A.; T. M.
Candal Miss Mary Reid Detroit; Dr.
C Burham. San Francisco; A. N.
Evans New Jersey; G. J. Weber and
wife Kansas City; F. W. Teeple Chi-
cago; Mrs Mathias Mexico; Mrs. W.
C. Orr and child Mexico; G. Jacob
New York; H. B.Worden.W' J. Crute
Kansas City; N. J. Cuddy Wichita; F.
C. Brittain Hartford; C. A. Hlle.
Kansas City; M. J. Payne St. Louis.
Lindell: C. J. Campbell White.
Oaks; A. Lafave Clifton Ariz.; V. B.
Fulton Abilene Kas ; B. L. Scott
Mexico; K. A. Ringer Hills boro; Jono
W. Henderson Chicago; J. Ford and
wife Durango Colo.; Marian Hills
J. B. Gault Durango Colo.; A. B.
Hilton San Antonio; A. C. Flink
Cleburne Texas; J. W. Bale her. Col-
ony San Cruze; A. S. Farnswortb. San
Francisco; J. W. Bubrlage Detroit;;
Mich.; Dan Hennesy Tucson; C. L.
AlestOD Cleveland Ohio.
Commercial: J. M. McGinnls Port
Arther; Ed. E. Boyd Hermet. CaI.;
Jno. A. Bradley New Freebart Pa-r
T. J. Updike. Kiogeburg Cal.; F. M.
Smith Chicago; Guy W. Rodgers
San Francisco: Dan Francis Denver;
J. Hargrave Denver; P. M. Mulbery
City; T. H. Thomas Menardville Tex:.
R. H Murry Menardville Tex.; F. A-
Parmelee Ft. Worth; M. T. Latlmer-
and family. Ft. Worth; E J.iMcBride.
Dixon Calif.; H. Sparks. Jimul -o; W.
J. Curtis Belmont; Louis Vielstlck..
Belmont; F. L. Beange Toboggan N-
M.; C. G. Mclnroy Toboggan N. M...
G. B. Carmichael Joplin Mo. Jno.
Sims Houlton Maine.
P. Bender's Suit Against tbe
Southern Pacific to be Tried
Plaintiff Accuses a Train Man of
Knocking Him From a Freight
Car With a Six Shooter Train
Robbery Recalled by Park Pit-
man's Suit Against the Pacific
Park W. Pitman assignee vs. th
Pacific Express company is the title
of a suit that will be tried in the dis
trict court today.
Pitman represent P. JS. Keen wbo
was in business cere several years
aero K.e?n snipped oy express a pack
age containing more than $1000 worth
of jewelry and at some point in n Texas
the train was held up and the express
car robbed. Among other valuables
the robbers took Keen's consignment
of jewelry. Hecce tbe suit.
The suit of J. Porter Hender vs. tn
Southern Pacific railway company will
come up either this afternoon or Mon-
day. Bender wants $10000 damages for
injuries sustained by being knocked off
the ton of a moving freight car by a
The story of the incident as Itold by
plaintiff's petition is that be was mak
ing his way from Los Angeles to 1
Paso and not having sufficient money
to pay his fare was compelled to ride
on freight trains whenever it was prac-
ticable to do so.
At some point between here and
Deming a brakeman found plaintiff
riding on top of a car and ordered him.
off. Bender says he was in the act.
of complying when the brutal train
man sprang at him with the ferocity of
a tiger and struck him a tremendous
blow on tbe head with a six Bhooter.
knocking-him from tbe car and rut-
ting a deep gash in his forehead. The
fall resulted in breaking plaintiff's
arm and rendering him Insensible.
Bender remained wh. re r e r ad fallem
for 24 hours and suffered intensely. In-
tbe meantime two trains bad passed at
full speed although plaintiff made
every effort to stop tbem. He was
finally picked up and brought to EL
Paso where he was ill for a week..
Exciting Game Promised at Ath
letic Park Teams are Evenly
Athletic Park promises be tbe scene
of a botly contested ball game to-mor
row afternoon when the rejuvenated
G. H. team will again try conclusions
with tbe giants of Syke Young's EL
The last game was very unsatisfac
tory to all concerned and Manager
Chriss has made every possible effort
to strengthen tbe railroaders that tbe
laurels may be grasped from the
hands of the confident conquer
ors in their last engagement.
As in last weeks contest young will
shoot his elusive twists shoots and
benders into the willing mitts of Krause
while Noyes will attend to serious-
new ones. JbSarber Pole Tyler will
hand down the alley to red legged
It will be a genuine old time attlcle
of warm base ball on this occasion and
no mistake and this game will be the
starter toward tbe formation of a win-
ter season for an El Paso city league
and will act as a school for promising
youngsters for next season.
J. F. Crosby aud wife filed suit today
against T. S. Kerr B. J. Muttalo A.
M. Loomis Otis Andrews and Jaa-
nette Gemoetz disputing their title to
a one-fourth 'undivided interest in the
lot 43x120 feet corner Utah and Over-
Plaintiffs allege that they were
ejected and want $2500 damages and
Suit on a Note.
The suit of the Fort Dearborn
National Bank ve. Barrett & Sbuster
for the collection of a $3000 note re-
sulted today in a verdict for the plain-
tiff. Col. Harvey's Display
Of all the good things he will have for
his opening dinner on Sunday at 5
o'clock can be seen In the window at
Berry's market on the Little Plaza.
A car of horses cam3 in from K inpa
City today consigned tt the Pomeroy
You will find all kinds of fruit
season at Melvin's market.
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