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Telegraph - TElEGRAPH 11-vt. ek. Mav 2 -Tfc- re bav. bcrn...
TElEGRAPH 11-vt. ek. Mav 2 -Tfc- re bav. bcrn eeveral mysterious ncd senret meetings IJIUOUg the ptOlUMU-Hl "e" iu radonndNew Mixici dnnog the Mist ten day-. it ruraoreu urre nniKc that ihe purpose of theee meetingj has been to organise a oomptir, to be known ueeuiuuK n,.ti .tut Trnnr as tne ".iiuriiw" w-... Company," the ol J-ri m win mu m to fight the Armour Dressed Beef syndicate of Chicago. The new syndicate iacludes Nelse Morris, of Chicago, and manv of the wealthiest cattle owners in Colorado and New Mexieo and Western Kbejms. ItHclH-.mea mm mej poiu up n capital ot $J3.W0UJO. r.vvi Trji-n Citt. N. Y.. May i Tha riant between Ike Weir of Boston, IJtJi AUW"U r- a d Willie Clsrk, of Philadelphia, took nlaoe last night up bong Island Sound. l'h- rhrhi win to a finish, Marqui cf Oa-ersbnry rules, with miJresd kid, for 5lOW. 11 "MB .nvUlJ If,,".,.-, u. laited one hour and twenty-three min utes. , ,, The "Spider xnocai-u uar oowu twice JnriDjT me ora roHWi, umwn; tho tirst blood from his aw. Weir ftiao tn ni?t OHM nlenn knock down in the seventh round, after whieh Clark fought entirely on hwgaroenws, tskmg terntte CRtrrBSDErf. May 3.-Thore wc3 a severe enrthqueko here at 2:13 this afternoon, but no Berious dnmago was done. Oalauasvs, May 3.-A aevore earthquake occurred here nt 2:10 P. m. shaking the houses very badly, but no one wasnjorod. Pantaso, May 3 Tho earthquake was very sevore here, and nt the lo.ai Wreck mine. Several ot the uepoi. chimneys wero shaken down, and tne dishes upset in all of the houses. My upbosrd was tnrmd over aad tbo loos ing glawes in the rooms wero hnockeu about. The nilobo house or. air. i'iaf-fAaii's at this place. w;s eonsiderably klamageJ. the roof being removed from its fastenings. Mr. Shaw's adobe house in the Totid Wreck, was also damaged by being erccktd in several places. There was a freight tram leaving ueto inst as the shock came, and the engine . .1... t.:.l t..a was almost inrown irom mo unuso j"" above lV.atiiUO. Ukw Oiilbanh, .May 3. Fredrick Knowland, of New York, General eastern agent of tho Union Pacific road.pres-nted the petition ot that road for the suspension of suction four already sent in tbea9 dispstches to the interstate com-mwoii tc-Jay. laeir petition was granted ia the form as granted to tto other transcontinental lines. thn Chneiiin rnnnntttln fell. CnnsiUZ & clour of dust to rise like smoke from en explosion ot a large amount ot powder. From tbo stotiou it had tho ap-pearunce of u volcanic eruption." Tombstone, May 4 SeversI shocks of earthquake occurred yesterday about 5:40 and continued to shake for 40 seconds. This ia the first occurrence ot this kind experienced m this territory fortw.nty year. Tne windows were broken, bnildiugi cracked aud mjurud, but no persons hurt. Ten miles from the city tv lake covering an aero ot ground was completely dried up in twenty minute-?. The embankments nloag the New Mexican .t Arizona railroad, were moved from their formor positions in mauy instances as much as twelve inohes. Fort IIuachuca, A. T., May 5 Investigations disclon the fact that the report of u volcano in the Whetstone range is not true; tne woods are ou lite on the north range. PiTTSHCRo, Pa., May 5 A terrific thuniVr storm accompanied by a he avy hail aid wind equal to a hurnr!o ras.v cd over the Alleghany monntains in eastern Somersett nnd western Bedford counties, between 7 nnd 8 o'clock lust evening. The storm moved northwesterly and was about a quarter of a mile wide. For two miles large tretH were twisted off like straws and everything in its pnth was tlattcned to the earth. Hail feil large a eggs snd yexetatiou of ail kinds suffered severely. Tin; damage to fruit trees and timber will amount to thousands of dollsM. f I

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  1. Arizona Weekly Citizen,
  2. 07 May 1887, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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