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the Daily Hew Mexican SATURDAY. APIIIL 13. Notice is herebv given that orders given by employes upon theN'EwMRxiCAN Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or they wi receive no attrition. AHvertiHlnic Hates. Wanted One cent a word each insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. Heading Local Preferred position-Twen y-tive Ldiits per line eacii insertion. Jjisplayed -Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar an Inch, siutrle column, in either English or Spanish Weekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary according to umount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. One copy only of each paper in which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less tU:ui $1 net. per month. No reduction in price made for "every other day" advertisements. MURDERERS IN JAIL. Tlio Three Men Sentenced to Hie on the Gallows Have Appealed. Text of Judge Laughlm's Sentence Mondragon's Bond Rivera in the Pen Accessories to Murder. METEROLOGICAL. U. S. Drpaktmbst of Aqrioultuhb, 'I1TME BtTBBAU OFFICE OF OB8KKVBH Santa Fo, April It. 1S95, J 5 3 i? 9 S P 1 z. p s 9 o 5 (Tjs ; 3 2: i ai 0:00a. ni. 6tf(ip. m. 5:! r,l 39 W 23 5.V 1 B'i I (.19 I o n I if 5.0 N IC SiJ 3S a o 3 ('lear 12 It lear Maximum Temporature i Minimum Temperature Total Preoipitatiou , -AV" H. B. Heusey. Observer. H.B.Cartwright&Bro DEALERS IN Groceries, Feed and Produce. fRimUIT& VEGETABLES Confectionery-Huts. AOF.NCT FOB Itcw fro Canned Woods Patent Imperial l'Iour riittNf-Manliarn'g Teas and domes Their Bread, Pies and Cakos can't be Beat. Telephone No. 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL. J. T. FORSHA, Prop. iinn n fl Located in the llust- S2.00 Per Day,Srruw- Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, San Francisco Bt. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. , W. 8. Habboon, W. M. F. 3. Davis, Seo. Milk Pnnoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. Rooms and Board. Pleasant sonny rooms vacant at the Smith house, west of the federal building. Apply to Miss Gulliford. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great la loav ealng power as the Royal. John MoCullongh Colorado saloon. Havana olgars at Henry Kricl 801,8 AOENT FOB LEMPS' ST. LOUIS The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. Uuadalupe St. Bants t. After receiving their death sentences yesterday morning, Jesns Vialpando, Felioiano Chavez and Roberto Friday, the convicted murderers, were turned over to Sheriff Cunningham for safe keeping. Prior to locking them up in the most secure cell of the county jail, the one they had previously occupied, the sheriff carefully examined the same with a view to making it more secure and removing every tack, nail, piece of tin or other thing that might be used to take life. The thorough searoh resulted in the discovery of a large knife con cealed in the floor. All three of the sentenced men have taken appeals to the supreme court, which they have a right to do under the law without cost. This will postpone the hanging until after the July meeting of that tribunal. Meanwhile they will be confined in the comity jail. . HONDRAOON AND BIVEBA. Narciso Mondragou, convicted and sen tenced to the penitentiary for five years for embezzling sohoul funds, was also granted an appeal to the supreme conrt and his bond fixed at $5,000. He will languish in the county jail until he gives such bond and it is approved by the court. Gil Rivera, sentenced to seven years in the penitentiary for horse stsaling, hav ing served three terms in that institution, manifested no disposition to appeal and was promptly turned over to Col. Berg mann. The penitentiary is "home, sweet home" to him. There are other indiot ments hanging over him. ACOES80BIES 10 MUSSES. The trial of Zenobio Trujillo and Emi lio Encinias, charged with being acces sory to the murder and burning of Tomas Martinez, was concluded and the case given to the jury about noon to-day. THE JUDGE'S SENTENCE. In passing sentence on Jesus Vial panOo and Feliciano Chavez, the court said: Jesus Vialpando and Feliciano Chavez, you and each of you have been indioted by a grand jury of this county for murder in the first degree of one Tomas Martinez on the 20th day of Jan nary, 1895, in the county of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexieo. A jury of twelve good and lawful men of this county have tried your case. Two able and con scientious attorneys of this court, as signed by this court, have volunteered their services in your behalf and haye spent more than two weeks in your de fense. They have used every honorable and legitimate meanB known to the laws of the land in order to save you or to show that you had some sort of case or that you had some provocation for com mitting the crime tor which you nave Deen indicted. That jury of twelve good anfllaw ful men of the county of Santa Fe have said by their verdict of murder in the first degree that you were without any provo cation whatever tor the murder ot lomas Martinez. It now becomes the duty of the oourt to inform you, and the court so informs you, that the penalty under the laws of this territory prescribed for mur der in the first degree is hanging by the neck until you are dead. Have you, Jesus Vialpando, anything to say here why the sentence of the oourt should not be passed upon you? Vialpando answered "No." Have you, Feliciano Chavez, anything to say why the sentence of the court should not be passed upon your Chavez answered "No." It is now, therefore, considered by the court that you, Jesus Vialpando, and you, Feliciano Chavez, and each of you, shall suffer the death penalty, to be inflicted under and in accordance with the laws of this territory in such case made and pro vided, and. that you and eaoh of you shall be hanged by the neck until you are dead, within the county of Santa Fe and terri tory of New Mexico. It is further considered oy tne court that the sheriff of the oounty of Santa Fe in the territory of New Mexioo,be and he is hereby directed, to convey you to his jail, the common jail of the county of Santa Fe, and there safely to keep you until the 6th day of May, 1895, and then convey you to some convenient place within the said county of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexico, and then and there on the said 6th day of May, 1895, between the hours of 6 of the olook and 10 of the clook in the forenoon of said day, hang the said Jesus Vialpando and Feli ciano Chavez by the neck until each of them is dead, under and in accordance with the formB of law in suah oase made and provided. And it is so considered. You two men have been charged with one of the most outrageous murders that has ever been perpetrated in Santa Fe county; not only the killing of a human being, but the destruction of the body afterwards for the purpose ef concealing the evidence aeaiuBt you. But murder will oul. You have been overtaken in your crimes. You have been oonvioted according to the forms of law prescribed, and it is a warning to all men that they can not commit suoh crimes and escape the penalty of the law in this oounty, and the severest punishment should be in flicted upon such men, and I trust it is a warning not only to you and to every one within this court roam, but to all others who may hear of your crime, that there will be suffering fororime where there is no provocation and pretense for it. You may take your seat. Dandruff is due to an enfeebled state of the skin. Hall's Hair Renewer quickens the nutritive functions of the skin, heal- ins and preventing the formation of dandruff. ' SATURDAY SALAD DAVID LOWITZKI, HIADqOABTEBS FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-SOCK PRICES The highest prices paid for seoond hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or auction ing off your old household goods. Beautifully engraved missives fluttered iuto various Santa Fe homes this morn ing bearing these simple words: "Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Fairchild request the honor of your presence At the marriage of their daughter, Mary, to Mr. Charles M. Morris, on Saturday afternoon, April 27, at 2:30 o'clock, Grace church, Madison, Wis." The accompanying cards announoe that General and Mrs. Fairchild will be "at home," 202 Monona avenue, the same afternoon from R until 5 o'clock, and without mentioning names delicately hint that Mr. and Mrs. Morris wilt be "at home" in Madison on Thursdays, June 6 aud 13. The prospective bride spent several months at the sanitarium in Santa Fe last year with her father, mother nnd sisters, and her rare talents and oulture, personal beauty, charming manners and amiable disposition endeared her to all who were so fortunate as to meet her at sooial gatherings in the historic capital. She was educated abroad during the years her distinguished father was United States consul at Liverpool, consul general at Paris and minister to the Spanish court, and, being gifted with an exceptionally bright and receptive mind, she made the most of her fine opportunities, as her works plentifully testify. She is a de lightful story writer in English and her graceful translations from the German, French and Spanish languages have been eagerly sought and given white wings by leading journalists. It is understood that the scene of her latest story is laid in Santa Fe. It is entitled "Two Children in a Garden," and its appearance in Santa Fe is awaited with deep interest. The fortunate groom is the son of one of the oldest and ablest lawyers in Wisconsin and is himself an able lawyer and most accomplished gentleman. He is city at torney of Madison. The New Mexican tenders cordial congratulations. AN INIEBEBTINO V1SIIOB. The New Mexican has had the pleasure to receive a visit from a very intelligent native of Syria, Mr. Elias 8. Farah, who has come to Santa Fe for the benefit of his health, and finds himself wonderfully restored by our climate and perpetual sunshine. He was born on Mount Car- mel, under the shadow of the famous cedars of Lebanon, and was educated in one of the Anglo-American colleges in that district; so that he speaks English very well and oan converse in several other languages. Owing to his lingual proficiency, he had a good position as interpreter to the British troops in the Soudan, as, of course, the Arabio and the kindred dialects are quite familiar te him. He was attached to Gen. Gordon's oommand for some considerable time, and has kindly offered to lay before the New Mexican readers, in the near future, some interesting reminiscences of that eventful period. Later on he was in charge of an important Syrian exhibit at the World's fair, and has since qualified in Chicago as a professional dentist. Mr. Farah is a Free Mason of some years standing, having been the third member initiated in the Albert Edward lodge at Alexandria, Egypt. SMALL TALK. Mr. G. W. Hickox and family are still visiting on the Pacific slope. Mrs. N. B. Laughlin and ohildren are Btill sojourning in Los Angeles. There was a lady bachelor's party up town the other night and lent, too. Hen. Jerry Leahy, one of Raton's lead ing attorneys, is in the capital on busi ness, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McLean now occupy the elegant Romulo Martinez residence on Palace avenue. Ex-Gov. E. G. Ross is en route to Wash ington, D. C, where he expects to remain three or four months. Mrs. E. W. L'Engle and little son, ac companied by Miss Burger, have gone to Guadalajara, Mexioo. Mr. Adolf Seligman has been confined at home by sickness nil week. He is out again to-day, however. Mrs. T. P. Gable and daughter, Miss Sally, have returned home from a pleas ure trip to Leavenworth and Kansas City. Messrs. Frye and Malloy have returned to their home at Grand Rapids, Mich,, after gaining new health here during the winter. That jolly juvenile society, the Golden Rod club, is enjoying the hospitality of Misses Elsie and Jessie Ilfeld this After noon. Mrs. Kline and daughter, Miss Palmer, health seekers at the Falaoe hotel during the winter, have gone on a visit to Colo rado Springs. Mr. Edwin Haverland,of Salt Lake City, arrives in the city to-night en route home from New York. He will be entertained by Mr. Arthur Seligman. Mrs. T. B. Catron, who is visiting her mother at Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, will return home in about two weeks, ac companied by her sister. Messrs. J. P. Goodlander, of St. Louis; Myer Friedman, of Las Vegas, and Sum mers Burdhart, of Albuquerque, are to-day's guests at the Palace. Miss Ruby Lynch, a popular teacher in the Santa Fe publio schools, spent the holy week vacation with her mother in Las Vegas. Miss Holzman accompanied her. A telegram to Miss Dunn from Grand Rapids announoss the birth of a daughter in the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Adams, kindly remembered here as Miss Katie Dunn. Mr. Robert L. Moore, formerly of Prescott, Ark., and now on duty as a clerk in the United States land office, with his wife and two children, oconpies pleas ant rooms in the Simmons residence. Rev. Geo. G. Smith and Miss Fleming, who represented the Presbyterian ohurch of this city at the meeting of the Presby tery in El Rito this week, returned home last niv'ht. They report having had a most enjoyable and profitable trip. Mr. Emory Smith leaves the sanitarium on Monday for his home at Boston. His mother, whose health is so steadily im proving here, will remain until midsum mer. Mr. Edward Gould aooompauies Mr. Smith as far as Chicago, going" thence to his home at Philadelphia. Hon. J. C. W. Beekham, of Bardstown, Ky., who has been recuperating bis health at Albuquerque during the past month, is expeoted in Santa Fe on Mon day for a sojourn of a few weeks. From here he will go to Denver and thenoe to Bardstown where he is a candidate for re-election to the Kentucky legislature. A musioal colony from Chicago now occupies the Dudrow cottage on the south side. Mr. Andrew Conroy serves as general director and hag the talented support of the Messrs. Zimmermann and the Misses Stumps. Mr. Conroy is a pianist of excellent ability and also a composer, being the author of a number of high grade musioal compositions. On Thursday the Fifteen club met with Mrs. L. B. Prince. Mrs. R. J. Palen read an article from Harper's entitled "Americanisms and Briticisms." Mrs. Coffin read an essay on "The Quakers.' Mrs. Geo. Marsh acted ns oritio for the afternoon. A disoussion by the club on "The place that women occupy in fiction" ended the afternoon exeroises. Mrs. R. J. Palen and her daughter, Miss Caryl, expect to start on an extended eastern trip oa Monday evening. They will be absent about two months. En route they will stop a few days at Fort Reno for the purpose of visiting Mrs. Col. Pearson, Mrs. Kirkman and Mrs. Lit tell, whose departure from Santa Fe when the 10th infantry was moved is still sinoerely regretted in the sooial cirolei of the capital city. BOARD OF TRADE. The Mist Instalment of 85,000 for the Capitol Promptly Raised A Caustic Resolution. A regular meeting of the Santa Fe Board of Trade was held at the office of Col. George W. Knaebel, its secretary, yesterday afternoon. After the transac tion of the customary routine busiuess the committee, consisting of Messrs. Bartlett, Sol. Spiegelberg, Crist, Cart wright aud Schnman n, appointed at the last meeting to raise $5,000 to advance to the capitol rebuilding board fund for pre liminary work on the capitol, reported that it bad readily raised the sum of $5,200 and could easily raise Beveral thousand more, if required. The com mittee received the thanks of the board and was continued. An article whioh recently appeared in an Albuquerque sheet, attacking the en terprise of the citizens ot tms city and the Btanding of one of Santa Fe's most liberal and progressive oitizens, who is a member of the capitol rebuilding board, was discussed and in such disoussion it was charged that the writer of such arti cle was a resident of this city. The fol lowing was adopted: "Whereas, Some person purporting to write from Santa Fe has had printed in the Albuquerque Citizen a scurrilous at tack upon one of the members of this board, and one who is also a member of the capitol rebuilding board, with refer ence to the conduct of the business of suoh board; as well as generally upon the citizens of Santa Fe in connection . with that enterprise; now be it "Resolved, By this Board of Trade, that the writer of Buch article merits the cen sure not only of this board and the citi zens of Santa Fe, but of the entire terri tory of New Mexico for his willful and malicious misrepresentations of the facts in connection with the rebuilding of the capitol and obtaining money by sub scription for the purpose of enabling the capitol rebuilding board to carry on its work; that the work has been and is now carried on by the secretary of said cap itol board personally advancing the funds required until the board can meet' aud otherwise provide, and that this ar rangement is entirely satisfactory to this board and reflects great credit upon the liberality and public spirit of Mr. Staab and the oitizens of Santa Fe, and the work of preparation for rebuilding is progressing in a manner entirely satis factory to this board." Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. 'DHL S. SPITZ, The Jeweller CREAM H6 NVMB MOST PERFECT MADE.- A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. SANTA FE'S ENTERPRISE The Optic Calls Down the New Mex ican and Deals in Some Whole some Truths. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hishest Medal and Diploma. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. The fire boys have handsomely and tastefully decorated their hall in antici pation of the grand ball there this even ing. A passenger from Albuquerque on this morning's train says E. W. Spencer's drug store was closed there yesterday on Attachments. The Holy Trinity sooiety band will give a grand ball at Gray's hall to-night, the proceeds thereof to be devoted to the purchase of uniforms for the band. Mr. Jacob Davis, of San Franoisco, a well-to-do and shrewd business man, is visiting the city and looking about with a view to locating. He is a brother of Mrs. S. Lowitzki. Contractor Antonio Windsor Bays that "Richard is himself again." His wife and ohildren returned home last night from a two months' sojourn in southern Califor nia, "hungry and happy." The new city oounoil will effect an or ganization on Monday evening. There are uumerons applicants for the various appointive offices, but Mayor Easley is discreetly Bilent as to the names he con templates sending in for confirmation. Mr. Scott Knight, one of Albuquerque's excellent, young citizens, arrived from the south this forenoon on a business mission. He is much interested iu the suooess of the territorial firemen's tourn ament to occur here in July. The floral decorations at the several ohurohes promise to be y,ery beautiful to- morrow. Special features in celebration of Easter, the "queen of feasts" in the re ligious world, have been arranged at all the churches as will be noted in another oolumn. Mr. IN. H. D'Aroy, one of the riioueer explorers of the Coohiti district and one of the original looators of the Iron King mine, writes from Denver that Mrs. An geline Eagle, mother of his partner, Joseph Eagle, died there from apoplexy Wednesday morning. She resided near Boston and was 73 years old. M. T. Moriarity, the well known south Santa Fe oounty stockman, is in town to day paying his taxes and attending to other business. He says there are no "hard times" oryers among the people in his section. The range grass is back ward 'but promises to be good. The spring shearing clown there will begin in thirty days. , ,. The Las Vegas Optio prints the follow ing on its editorial page: The fact is, that there is no more enter prising men and women, too now on earth and out west than those who love to call Santa Fe their home. There is a mere handful of them; here a few have generally to do the work that in other western communities devolves upon many, but that the few here do work, can not be gainsaid. New Mexican. That the enterprising people of Santa Fe, and those working for the general good, are few, especially among the busi ness men, can not be doubted when look ing at the advertising oolumns of the New Mexican; and the advertising columns of a paper are an infallible gauge ef the en terprise of the town in which the paper is published. This may be denied by the fellow who does not want to advertise; but even he forms his estimate of the en terprise and business activity of a plaoe from the business columns of the place's press. So does everyone else. In fact the press is the natural and neoessary gauge in this matter, and one can no more avoid forming an opinion ef the enterprise, vigor and publio spirit of the people of any town, from- the business columns of the paper of the town, than of the culture and refinement of an in dividual from his conversation. The New Mexican is an elegant paper an honor to Santa r e, and a factor in its development more potent for good than all others combined; yet us advert is ing patronage is the most beggarly in the territory. Is it any wonder, then, that the people, outside of Santa Fe, call that town a sleepy, old place, and laugh at the idea of enterprise on the part, of its business community f Neither is it any wonder that when the people in the territory, and especially out of it, happen to see the Santa Fe New Mexican and the Albuquerque Citizen at the same time, the advertising patrenege of the two papers produces an impression infinitely to the disadvantage of the capital city? Such is the result, and the result is in evitable. However, there are other towns in New Mexioo, besides Santa Fe, whioh need to take this lesson to heart. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary of the United States Festival at Muadalupe Church The blessing of the new Guadalupe ohuroh bell will take plaoe in said ohurch to-morrow, Easter Sunday, at 1 p. m.j the services to be very solemn and imposing, Archbishop Ohapelle and the clergy of the cathedral will be present and assist in the ceremony, and it is expected that a large oonconrse of people will attend. Bev.uil' bertson, rector of Guadalupe church, has appointed some of the most prominent of bis parishioners te serve as sponsors In ti.e blesBing ot the bell, the list Includ ing the following persons: Mr. and Mrs, Luoiano Baoa, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hesoh, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampel, Mr. and Mrs, B. M. Bead, Mr. and Mrs. Celestino Ortiz, Mr. and Mrs. Jesns Ortiz, Amada Tru jillo, Mr. Schneider, Mrs. Benigna Garoia y Delgado and Alfredo Delgado. The new bell weighB 750 pounds and has been dedicated to the holy family. With this new addition to its belfry, Guadalupe ohurch will have excellent workmanship and tone. Letter Mat. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Santa Fe, N. M., for the week ending April 13, 1895. If not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington. Alari, lues Marshall, Henry Douglass, A Mctirew, Miss Fain, D L (S) Murphey, Geo L Hicks, Mrs WD Poe, M Howard, George Kobles, Mary Livingston. Anna P Halazur, Maggie Lucero, Teresita (i de Vigil, David In calling please Bay advertised give the date. T. P. Gable, Postmaster, and Coal la Cash. On and after April 15, the cash most accompany the order for coal to reoeive attention. Dudbow 4 Davis PIImiiIMiA HARTFORD'S HEXT BEST. S8O S6O S50 A. J. Fischer, Agt. Bicycle Sundries and Repairing. WHRRIiN I'OH KENT. . At the Hotels. At the Palace: S. Burkhart, Albuquer que; A. Mehnet, Las Vegas; J. P. Good lander, St. Lonis; Myer Friedman, Las Vegas; Burt Allison, Hutchison; H. Gold' smith, Denver; Jack D. Maley, Meddle' ton. At the Exchange: Edwin Ray, Do rango; L. F. Silvey, Denver; Henry Young, Cerro, N. M.j F. W. Gallegher, La Belle. S-A-IfcTT-A. TPTj, IN". ZMT. Jewels are the brightest things that come to hand. Come to us for jewelry of every - description. There's much to admire in our display of sparkling gems and artistio novelties, for the simple reason that our as sortment is remarkable for nothing so much as it is for its comprehensiveness. It's only necessary to look at what we have to sea that this is the oase. It's missing much to . miss Seeing our stock. Your eyes must des cribe it to you, as we can't attempt the task. Seeing is knowing, and in this case, know ing is almost equivalent to buying, our prices are so reasonable. R. J. Palen President J. H. Vaughn - Cashier fNEW- GOODSjf A Fine Line of Spring Millinery. GRIFFIN BLOCK MISS MU CLEFTS Ik HEAL ESTATE AND BUILDING JOURNAL. on the supply UI11IH he cried around this thintr tending your se smart unling hem ot any nace vou of youv own les worth be responsible Rockland e behind me Inst my back b sum young ws. address by her Bide, apologise 't shorten r Psyche Record Ion to u In- Pen n work Id. er) oodby ! cessful rd, that It-Bit. e English his Is no business.'' of fact clear, n me before isitor, "I ve 110 easy u. me to be wll take lity." e tangible f you feel now, I'll or .vou." be refused ay Julian bank. under the strain. ther uncon chers by his his talk, rain for the oward. e people took smen oitne a penniless o back him unlimited bargain , ," said if eral 11. ricks no time verting it nts. sweet Alice tar. a wan lndebt- sery and his U ess. e induced v. le crisis ife his lit it, . ag. ent cen About . of Wag dware lug off as not re Chief - acx ana a squad the spioy :, m the dis- - M. e and built ood gloomily w it was done it. Vou A CRUCIAL TEST. THE STANOABD OP SUPERIORITY AS E8TAB- LI9HED.BY THE CYCLE EXHIBIT. The careful atutiatiftinn whn Attpmnts tn classify the one hundred thousand riders 01 tne wheel in Chicago, will be as tonished to find how large a proportion of the cyclists are connected with its real estate and building interests. It is signifi cant but not surprising that over and beyond all other professions, trades or occupations the real estate operator should be found amongst those foremost in availing themselves of nineteenth century methods of travel, for even the physician, the exigencies of whose call lug demands a convenient and reliable means of rapid transit, does not feel a more imperative demand for the cycle than does the real estate man to whom "time is money" and who finds that this menus of transportations is available be yond all others. Realizing these facts the recent Cycle Exhibit was anticipated with interest, and means were adopted looking toward a thorough and unbiased report regard ing the relative merits of the various mounts offered the purchasing public with a view to the selection of tne best, that such might be editorially indorsed to our readers, above any and all other manufactures. Of course Journals de voted to the interests of the bicycle in dustry can not make such distinction as they rely largely upon the advertising patronage of the manufacturers for sup- fiort and were the really best selected and udorsed in preference to all other brands, the ones discriminated against would withdraw their advertisements from the columns of the paper making the distinction. However, the Real Es tate and Building Journal is in a position to make a selection upon merit and has done so in a way which can not but afford satisfaction to its readers who must look in vain in bicycle publications for unpre judiced advice in making selection of a wheel. Upon the opening of the exhibit this paper assigned a trusted member of its editorial staff to act with a mechanical expert who has no interest in any partic ular wheel, and who by the way was for merly connected wits tne largest cyoie mAniifnetiirlinrnnneern in the east. These two men without betraying their mission to any man, made a thorough examina tion of every line of wheels exhibited, carefully and judiciously weignea every nlnlm maa liv ttiA vArlous manufao- turers and noted all expressions of those most competent to express intel ligent opinions. This exhaustive and painstaking search was conducted dur lo th. Q,iH.a alv iIavh of the exhibit and at Its close the two representatives of this paper met to compare notes. Upon com ing to a point of making a decision both were grotifled but not surprised to And that each was ready to award the palm of pre-eminent superiority to the ..,ma wI,aa1. via.. thA Monarch. Both oonceded that such preponderance of points existed in favor of the Monarch whether viewed from the vantage ? round of the experienced mechanic or rom the standpoint of the editorial writer who In his way has had an equally long experience with the wheel, that no other decision could be given. The read er should remember that this decision was arrived at after the most thorough InvAstieatlon with no friend to reward. no enemy to punish and no interests save those of our readers to serve. In view of such facts those who have neither time nor facilities to make such investigation, may rely upon the Just ness of the verdict. Taken as a whole the Monarch ranks above anv and all other wheels and is emphatloallv aud un qualifiedly the best. For this reason we commend It above all the rest whatever claims may be made. The decision is based upon a fact which is above ques tion or argument and should be of bene fit to every reader who contemplates the selection and purchase of a wheel for the coming season. give a free co Chauncy that the coi is not are best as it , for question that there He was ore every notwttstand himself or per cent even If they intent to sroinsr taken as iuferlorif take from or for our can bycycle save at at any will to down are many apology your where tell If care of a east it but why form try him, at win The take pi of a fizz -for alder school boar poned untill t are the deleg vention; Ge Francisco O after a the applied for retain opposition great nor us LOOK ! READ! and be Convinced that the MONARCH is par-exoellenoe. or - ten arms in the when we appears to finest who the more wanted . yet that when almost dore would turn Sena, Slxt In war fierarl's ngs an night, man the echo "I wish would qit remain at or lerst for - our are at can in no care fovor in havet knot a lit the man b "It'sm If you contem plate buying a Wheel it will pay to look into "The Monarch." We do not claim to "publish the handsomest cat alogue," but we build the best Bi-oyole. E. W.FRANZ Agent for Monaroh Bioyole. TRAVELERS WANTED: Faithful gen inrllCLCnO tleman or lady to travel representing established house. Salary S6B monthly and expenses, with inorease. En close reference and self-addressed stamped envelope. THE DOMINION CO., Chicago. I no Not Buy my Clothes of Jake 1 Oo ud That Is) the Differ ence. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others, . phonograph; complete outfit. Fot par- iiouiars aaarsss uon caret, oan auiodiu, Texas. v,. .. y Fin MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa- lOOU. Pomade. Bar stock and fixtures of one of the oldest and best located saloons la Santa Fe. Reason for selling, owner going ont of business. For term apply to O. B. Diison, Santa Fe, N. M. For Bent. A house in good condition, containing a large parlor, sitting-room, bad-room, dining-room and kitchen, a wood-shad and carriage honse connected, on road leading to Crrtllos. Rent' reasonable. Apply to A. Staab. , For Male. - j Any part of the harness, buggies, car riages and horses of the Lowitzki livery stable at very low prices. Imported Chinese and Japanese silk goods. China pongee silk, 19 to 48o per yard; China colored silk, 28-iuob wide, ; 75 to 860 per yard. Ladies' silk muslin underwear of all kinds, notions, etc Call at the honse of Mrs. Aaron Gold, lower San Francisoo street. M. W. Bins, Wantad A 17 ants to sail the latest im proved Dish Washer will wash and dry disbea for an ordinary tamuy in two minutes. Good commission Agents make from ft to $10 per day. k Write for price list and terms. The Adj. Shade Hanger Mfg. Co., Kansas City, Kansas. Furnished honse to let, onr Pelaoe ave nue; the GUdersleeve residence; fifteen rooms. . ' 1 '. Kotlee. On the 5th day of March a eonple of Amerioan horses about fifteen hands high were taken np by me at my .ranch in El Pedernal. One dark bay horse anbranded and one bay hone- branded on left shoulder TJS twiee. Owner oan get the same by paying for this notioe and their feed.... " ..... Aaroato Gomm, Galisteo, N. M. Personal Attention to Prescription Counter. STORF. TELEPHONB NO. 87. BMID1N0I TXLXPHOni VO. ft'