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Y NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, C Entered as Second Class matter at tie a ?e Post Office. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, per week, by carrier $ 25 Daily, per month, by carrier I 00 Daily, per month, by mail 1 00 Daily, three months, by mail 2 60 Daily, six months, by mail 5 00 Daily, one year, bv mail 10 00 Weekly, pir month 25 N eekly, per quarter 75 tVee ly, per six months 1 00 IVeekly, per ear 2 00 AH contracts and bills for advertising pay ble monthly. all communication intended for publica tion must be accompanied by the writer's iww and address not for publication but u evidence of good faith, and should be ad dressed to The Editor. Letters pertaining to fcusiness should be uidressed New Mexican Printing Co., Santa Fe, New Mexico. TTlieNEw Mexican is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It is sent to every Post Office in the Territory and has a large ua growing circulation among the intern gent aud progressive people of the south west. WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. MEMORIAL DAY. The .10th day of the vernal month of May, when all nature is fragrant and aflame with spring flowers, has most fittingly been set apart by the American people for the dual purpose of paying memorial tributes to the soldier dead and symbolizing the tender regard in which their memories are held by garlanding their graves with the brightest and fresh est flowers of the season. Death is the one great solemn fact of the world. It is always sad. It is es pecially sad when it strikes down one in the full vigor of hopeful and promising young manhood; when it sends the boy hero to an obscure aud often nameless grave without the opportunity of earn ing enduring fame mysteriously awarded to men "full of years and honors;" when it abruptly extinguishes a human light that was conspicuously shining at a post of danger and duty, whether on the battle field, at the throttle of a locomotive or in a yellow fever hospital; notably sad when it strikes from his horse the chivalrous yourg officer leading a oharge or one of his equally brave followers, each doing valiant servioe in the cause of country unspeakably sad when it comes in the form of wasting disease incident to the exposures and hardships of the soldier's life or the long agony resulting from wounds inflicted on the battle field. It is hence especially meet that one day in the year should be dedicated to decor ating the graves of the soldier dead with flowers. It is meet that those of the liv ing who shared in the dangers, hardships, defeats and triumphs of their dead com rades should lead the way to the ceme teries on the 30th of May, and that all, particularly the young, who participate in and prize the blessings of free govern ment should follow. It seems like a little thing to do, when compared with the deeds of these men who risked all that peace, happiness and prosperity might prevail in our common oountry, yet it is full of meaning and wholesome instruc tion. It awakens slumbering memories of the past, reminds the living of the preoious blood and bitter tears that have been paid for the good things they enjoy, stirs into fresh life the patriotic emo tions of the people, and impresses youth with the healthful thought that gratitude is one of the cardinal virtues. It is meet that the graves of all sincere, honest and valorous men, whether their efforts were misdirected or not, should be decorated. Under the laurel the blue, Under the willow the grey. It is particularly meet that Memorial day should be generally and suitably ob served in Santa Fe. In the beautiful na tional cemetery adjoining this historic capital hundreds of soldiers from all parts of the country, many of whom lost their lives fighting savages who for many years terrorized this territory, are wrapped in the dreamless slumber of the grave. These graves should never be ne glected. FOR LAW AND ORDER. Now that the trial of the men oharged with conspiring to assassinate ex-Sheriff Chavez has been closed, the witnesses discharged and the testimony given to the jury, the New Mexican feels at liber ty to reproduce some of the comments thereon that have appeared from time to time in the territorial press. They are printed elsewhere and they make "mighty interesting reading." ihese otteranoes are significant as showing where the better element of the New Mexioo press stands when it comes to enforcing law and order,. There are a few apologists for crime among the news papers of the territory, but, thank God, they are preoious few, and are so vividly spotted as to render their editorial opin ions of no value among the rank and file of the people. CRESHAM'S C0URACE. Walter Q. Gresham, whose death was chronioled in these columns last evening, earned enduring fame as a aoldier during the civil war. A total stranger to fear when fighting for what be deemed right, quick to diseern what waa best to be done and unhesitating in action, honest as he was fearless, a masterful mac wherever circumstanoes placed him, he naturally became one of the trusted lieutenants of Grant and Sherman, and the better they oome to know him the more implicitly they trusted him. These splendid qual Hies, ooupled with profound learning in the law, a familiar acquaintance with pnblio affairs and public men, and a nat urally judicial mind, he carried with him to the United States oironit bench. These qualities made him a great judge, a judge whose courage, integrity and impartiality were never questioned, a judge who defied corporato power when the sacred rights of the people were concerned. In poli tics he was equally straightforward and courageous, tie dared support nis grand old chieftain for a third presidential term, in 1880, regardless of popular clamor to the contrary, beoanse he thought it was beet; and he dared cast aside all past party associations, in 1892, and boldly proolaim himself for Orover Cleveland, because he firmly believed that the Dem ocrats were right and the Republicans wrong on the then overshadowing tariff issue. His grave will be decorated with the sweetest flowers of May many long years after his petulant and jealous de tractors are forgotten. Direotob Hersey, of the territorial weather bureau, greets the people with a rather cheerful statement to-day. New Mexico is going to be in the good times swim when harvest time comes. Which will it be, Don Dickinson or Minister Eustis, whom President Cleve land will call to fill the state portfolio in his cabinet? John Shebman, of Ohio, is the same old gold-bug he was in 1873, when he en gineered the gold trust's bill through congress. The Republicans are welcome to him. He's theirs, dead cook sure. CHAVEZ ASSASSINATION. The trial of the men oharged with as sassinating ex-Sheriff Frank Chavez, now going on in Santa Fe, develops the fact that the attorneys for the defense, Messrs. Catron and Spiess, have attempted to tamper with some of the most important witnesses of the prosecution. ltaton Ke porter. As a oitizen of Las Vegas expressed it, this morning: "It would seem that T. B. Catron is ou trial for the murder of Frank Chavez, over in Santa Fe. He has been accused of being everything else but a d -n fool, which he certainly would have been, to have had anything to do with the murderous gang, whom he is de fending in court." Las VegaB Optic. The celebrated murder case at Santa Fe, where four Mexicans are being tried for the murder of ex-Sheriff Frank Cha vez, still drags slowly along. A resident of Santa Fe who has been following the case closely, tells the Liberal there is no doubt about the defendants being guilty, but the probabilities are they will not be convicted. The chances are good for a hung jury and it will be almost impos sible to get another jury in Santa Fe conntv. and the nnsoners will stav in jail a couple of terms of court, and then, 1 like Roper, be discharged. Lordsburg Liberal. The Chavez murder trial, which has been going on at Santa Fe for several days is creating quite a sensation there. The testimony so far shows that the mur der of Chavez was talked over long be fore the murder was committed and that some of the prominent Republicans of the territory were anxious to get rid of Chavez in order to make Santa Fe coun ty safely Republican. Attempts have been made to suppress some of the testi mony, but it is to be hoped that the mat ter will be probed to the bottom. That such a state of affairs could exist in any civilized community seems almost in credible. Silver City Eagle. During the past week, the defendants in tbe Chavez murder case in Santa Fe have been swearing themselves blaok in the face to get their rascal neoks out of the hangman's noose.- All of them have been on the witness stand, and all have sworn that on the night when Chavez was murdered, they were playing cards and were not out of the house at all. The stories told by them were inconsistent and improbable, and their memories were singularly defective as to all times except the particular time necessary to be ac counted for. Some of their alibi wit nesses swore to exaot hours and minutes by the clock and all of them appear to have had clocks that struck fractions of the hour but when asked to tell time by the court room clock they were unable to make even an approximate guess at the hour. Cross-examination broke them all up. They did not make their ttBti- mony tally with what they swore to in the preliminary examination. Las Unices independent Democrat. The trial for the murder of Francisco Chavez, sheriff of Santa Fe county, in the year 1892,. is now occupying the time of the district oonrt in the ancient capital. From the evidence of witnesses it appears that the perpetrators of that foul and cold-blooded murder are in the hands of the law; and furthermore the evidence of the witnesses rather implicates one of the most prominent gentlemen of this terri tory as being conneoted with thin horrible crime. This rumor was current in every household in New Mexioo the day after the murder had been committed, and the time no doubt has now oome when the truth or falsehood of this rumor will be made public, and if true, the law should give him the full punishment deserved for snoh crime. The law should and must be enforced co matter how high his stand ing in life has been or how well filled his coffers may be with the tempting filthy lucre; if he is guilty give him what he deserves. "Let no guilty man escape." Eddy Independent. During the past week the New Mexican has published the interesting details of the trial of the murderers of Sheriff Chav ez, of Santa Fe. Tbe facts so far brought out in the case are very damag ing to one Thos. B. Catron, who, with the use of much money, was eleoted a delegate to represent this territory in congress over a man than whom na more honest personlives, Hon. Antonio Joseph. The following extract from the evidence af one of the witness is only a sample of the evidence going to show that Catron hired assassins to kill honest men: "On the 16th of January, 1892, we next had a conversation in front of Schnep ple's window. Hipolito called me and asked if I was ready to kill Chavez that the reward was ready. Then I went home and gave it note to Jnan Sisneros, asked him to deliver it to Frank. The note run thus: 'Four of ns have agreed to kill you, Fraucisco Gonzales y Bor rego, Patricio Valencia, Hipolito Vigil and another.' (The wit ness declared that 'another' referred to himself.) "I next had a conversition at the cor ner of the old palace. There were present Hipolito Vigil, Francisco Gonzales An tonio Gonzales and myself. When I met them Francisco Gonzales said: 'Joan, the reward is ready. As soon as yon kill Frank Chavez Mr. Catron will give you $700, and, if they find out you did it, Mr. Catron will come to your relief. We shall hold a regular meeting and nominate those who are to kill him and he who won t an u win nave 10 snrrer the conse quences.' " Eddy Current. Notice of Hale. Teukitobt ot Nkw Mexico, ) gg County of Santa Fe. ) In the District Court of the First Judi cial District in and for the County of Santa Fe. In chancery. The Farmers' Loan and Trust Com- pauy, Complainant, vs. The Texas, Santa Fe fc Northern Railroad Company, The Santa Fe Southern Railway Company, Thom as B. Catron, John G. Albright, An sel F. Goodrich, Daniel Cherry and Henry A. True, co-partners as Good rich, Cherry & Co., Ralph W. Scott and Joseph Whitehead, co-partners as R. W. Scott & Co., Lionel D. Sax ton and Edward F. Browne, co partners as Lionel D. Saxton fc Co., liionel A. Sheldon, Adam J. 2 Racer. Robert Harvev. Administra- 9 tor of the Estate of P. L. Van der Veer, deceased, Henry O. Bachelder and Edward L. Bachelder, surviv ing partners of the firm of Bachel der Brothers, Bachelder Brothers, B. M. Read, George H. Marshall, C. L. Wheeler, John Burns, A. J. Liv ingston, D. Livingston, Isaac N. Stone, Ambrosio Ortiz, Cesaria R. de Ortiz, Juan B. Luoero, Dolores O. de Lucero, James B, Orman and William Crook, co-partners as Or man & Crook, Charles H. Gilder sleeve, The Second National Bank of New Mexico at Santa Fe, and George C. Preston, Defendants. Whereas, iu and by the decree of the said District Court in the above entitled cause, rendered on the 8th day of April, A. D. 1895, and duly entered therein, the sum of $1,160,238.83 was found and ad judged to be due and payable to the said oomplainaut, for principal and interest of the first mortgage bonds issued by the said The Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad company, under the provisions of a certain deed of trust for the security of the said bonds, made and delivered by the said Railroad Company to the com plainant, and bearing date the I7th day June, A. D. 1882, and recorded in the of fice of the probate clerk and ex-omcio re oorder of the said County of Santa Fe, on the 18th dny of July, A. D. 1882, iu Book C of Mortgage Deeds, at pages 6ti to 79, inclusive, whereby tne said uaiiroaa Compnnv conveyed to the said complain ant, as trustee, all aud singular the prop erty, franchises, rights and subject-matter, particularly described in the said deed of trust and in the said decree, in cluding all the right, title and interest which the said Railroad Company, Tbe Texos, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company, then had, or might at any time thereafter acquire, in or to nil and singular the railroad of the said The Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company, and also all the other railroads belonging to, or thereafter to be ac quired by, the said Railroad Company, together with all the lands, tracks, lines, rails, bridges, ways, buildings, piers, wharves, structures, erections, feuces, walls, fixtures, franchises, privileges, and rights or me said Railroad Company and also all locomotives, engines, tenders, cars, carriages, tools, machinery, manu factured and unmanufactured materials, ooal, wood and supplies, of every kind, belonging or appertaining to the said Railroad Company; also all the tools, in comes, issues and profits, arising out of the said property, and all right to receive and reoover the same; also all estate, right, title and interest of the said, The Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company in and to any and all real es tate belonging to the said company; also all leasehold lands, with buildings there on erected; also all piers, bulkheads and waterfronts; also all estate, right, title and interest of the said Railroad Com pany in any other corporation; it being intended thereby to oonvey to the com plainant, under and by virtue of the afore said description, all and every right, title and interest of the said Railroad Com pany in or to the premises above men tioned or described, whether as lessees, or as holders of the stock or bonds of any other corporation, association or organ ization, or however such interest of the said Railroad Company may be regarded in law, or iu equity, ns subsisting or in hering in the aforesaid premises, or any part thereof; it being the true intent and meaning of the said deed of trust that the said Railroad Company should, and did, convey to the said complainant all and all manner of franchises, of every kind and description, however derived, and wherever situate, all and all manner of real estate, or interest therein, wherever such real estate may be situate, and all and all manner of personal property, of whatever nature or description tbe same might be at the date of the said deed of trust, owned or possessed by the said Rail road Company, or which might at any time thereafter during the continuation of the said trust, be acquired by the said nan road Company, and also all ohoses in ac tion, of every kind and description, in cluding bills receivable, book acoouuts, trafflo balances, all books of record and accounts of every kind and description, all papers, maps, inventions, and docu ments in anywise referring or relating to the property or franchises thereby con veyed; and also all franchises and proper tv. and all personal rights or interests in any franchises or property, of every kind or description, real, personal or mixed, and wherever the same may be situate, that might at any time after the date of the said indenture be acquired by, or for, the said Railroad Company: all of which it was thereby covenanted should inure, by way of accretion, to the benefit and ad vantage of the said complainant, as trus tee, and by way of further aud better se curity: And, whereas, in and by the said decree, all and singular the said property, fran chises, rights, and subject-matter, were direoted to be sold for the satisfaction of the said indebtedness, with interest' there on from the 8th day of April, A. D. 1895, at the rate of six per cent per annum, as well as of the costs, allowances and ex penses of the said suit, as mentioned in the said deoree, which bonded indebted ness, with interest thereon as aforesaid, up to the 8d day of June, A. D. 1896, will amount to the sum of $1,170,871.35. And, whereas, although upwards of twenty days have elapsed since the rendi tion and entry of said deoree, no payment whatever has been made of the said prin cipal indebtedness, or tbe interest there on, or any other sums required by the said deoree to be paid, or any part of either thereof, and they all remain due and payable: And, whereas, in and by the said decree, it is, among other things, ordered, ad judged and decreed that all the said premises and property, runl, personal and mixed, rights and franchises, described in the said decree as aforesaid, wherever situate, including all and singular the es tate, right, title, interest, possession liens, claimc, and demands, in law or in equity, of, or claimed by the defendant, Tbe Santa e southern Railway Com pany, of, in, or to the above described property, subject-matter and premises, or any part tnereot, Bnau by the under signed Special Master, thereunto appoint ed in and by the said decree, be sold as an entirety, and without an appraisement or right of redemption, at pnblio auction, to the highest bidder therefor, in manner and form as hereinafter specified, and upon the terms prescribed in and by the said deoree: Therefore, I, the nndersigned, Antonio Joseph, the said Bpecial Master, aoting under and in pursuanoe of the said de cree, do hereby give notice that on Mon day, the third day of June, A. V. 1895, at 12 o'clock, noon, of the said day, at the front door of the county court house, in the city and oounty of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexioo, I shall offer for sale, and then and there sell, as an en tirety, to the highest bidder therefor, all and singular the said property, premises, rights, franchises and subjeot-matter, upon the following terms and conditions: 1. The purchaser, when the property is Btruok down to him, shall at once pay to the said Speoial Master, on acoount of his purohase, the sum of $25,000 in United States currency, or in such certi fied draft, certificate or check as may be satisfactory to the said Speoial Master, or any receiver's certificates then out standing in this cause, at their face value, with accrued interest, or any reoeipts of the complainant or its solicitors, for or on aooount of costs, allowances, disburse ments or expenses, taxed or allowed by the said court, or partly iu cash and part ly in any substitute therefor aforesaid. 2. Should tbe purchaser fail to make snoh payment at once, the said property, premises, rights, franchises, and subject matter aforesaid shall be resold, the court reserving the right to consider snoh re sale as made on acoount of said proposed purohaser, or as an original sale, but whioh sale, under such oiroumstanoes, shall be made at once, and without fur ther advertisement. 3. The deposit received from the suc cessful bidder shall be on acoount of the purchase price, and suoh further portion of the purohase price shall be paid in cash, as the oourt may from time to time direct, the court reserving the right to re sell the premises and property in the said decree directed to be sold, upon the failure of the purohaser or purchasers, his, its, or their successors, legal repre sentatives or assigns, to comply within twenty days with any order of the court iu that regard. . The remainder of the purohase price may be paid either in money, or in bonds or overdue ooupons secured bv the said deed of trust, or the receiver's certi ficates aforesaid, or by either one or more of such means of payment; each said bond and overdue coupon to be re ceived for such 6um as the holder thereof would be entitled to receive nnder the distribution ordered in and by the said decree, and each of the said receiver's certificates to be received at its face value, with accrued interest. 5. Within thirty days from the oonnr- mation of the said sale or sales, or suoh. further time as the court may allow, on application of the purohaser, for good cause shown, the purchaser or purchasers of the said property shall complete pay ment of the entire amount bid to the said Special Master; and, on such payment, the said purohaser or purchasers shall be entitled to reoeive a deed of conveyance of the said property, premises and fran chises, from the said Speoial Master, and from the other parties to this cause, as provided in and by the said deoree, and to receive possession of the property so purchased from the parties holding possession of the same. Dated, at Santa Fe,this 8th day of May, A. D. 1895. Antonio Joseph, Speoial Master. TUBNEB, MoCLUBK & ROLSTON, John H. Knabbel, Chabi.es W. Watebman, Solicitors for Complainant. Aviso de Venta. Terbitobio de Nuevo Mexico, Condado de Santa Fe. En la oorte de distrito del primer dis de trito judicial, en y por el oondado Santa Fe. En oancilleria. The Farmers' Loan and Trust Com-' pany, Demandante, vs. The Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company, Tbe Santa Fe Southern Railway Company, Thomas B.Catron, John G. Albright, Ansel F. Goodrich, Daniel Cherry y Henry A. True, asooiados como Goodrioh, Cher ry Co., RalphW.8ootty Josephff bite head, asociado como R. W. Soott it Co., Lionel D. Saxton y Edward F. Browne, asooiados oomo Lionel D. Saxton & Co., Lionel A. Sheldon, Adam J. Hager, Robert Harvey, admiulstra dor del estado de P. L. Vander Veer, finado, Henry 0. Bachelder y Edward L. Baohelder,sociosBobrevivientes de la firma de Bachelder Brothers, Bach elder Brothers, J). M. Read, George H. Marshall, C. L. Wheeler, John Burns, A. J. Livingston, D. Livingston, Isaao N. Stone, Ambrosio Ortiz, Cesaria R. de Ortiz, Juan B. Luoero, Dolores O. de Lucero, James B. Orman y William Crook, asociados oomo Orman & Crook, Charles H. GilderBleeve, The Second National Bank of New Mexioo at Santa Fe y George O. Preston, De- mandados. Por caanto, en y por deoreto de dioha oorte de distrito en la causa arriba titnia- da, rendido el dia 8 de Abril, A. D. 1895, y debidamenteregistrado, la soma de $1,160,- 238.83, se hallo y se adjudiooque se debia y era pagadera al dioho demandante por el principal y redito de los primeros bo nos de hipoteoa emitidos por la dioha Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company, bajo los proviBtos de una cierta esoriturs, de fideicomiso para la so guridad de diohos bonos, ejeoutada y en tregada por la dicha Compania Ferro oarrilera a la demandante, la cual llevaba fecha del dia 17 de Junlo, A. D. 1882, y re- gistrada en la oficina del esoribano de pruebas y ex-omcio registrador del mono oondado de Santa Fe el dia 18 de Julio A D. 1882, en el libro O de Documentos dj Hipoteoa, en las paginas 66 hasta 79 in clusive, por la cual la dioha Compania Ferrooarrilera traspaso al dioho deman dante, como fideicomieario, toda y sin gular la propiedad, franqnioias, dereohos y materia, partlcularmente desorita en dioha esoritura de fideicomiso y eu dioho deoreto, inoluyendo todoel dereoho, titulo e interes que la ' dioha Compania Ferrn- oarrilera, The Texas, Santa Fe and North ern Railroad Company, tenia entonoes, o pueda hnber adquirido de entonoes en adelante, en y atodo, y singular, el ferro carril de la dioha The Texas, San ta Fe and Northern Railroad Com pany y tambien . todoi lot otros ferroearriles perteneolentes o de ser en adelante tdqniridos por dioha Com pania Ferrooarrilera, inntamente con to dos los terrenos, viae, tineas, rieles, puen ten, trayeotus, edifloios, muelles, desem baroaderos, estrnotnras, ereoeiones, cer cas, paredes, aparatos, franquiolaa, privi leges y dereohos de la dioha Compania Ferrooarrilera, y tambien todas las looo motoras, maquinas, tenders, oarros, oar ruajes, herramienta, mnquinaria, material fabrioado y no fabrioado, carbon, lena y enseres de toda close, perteneolentes a la dicha Compania Ferrooarrilera; tambien todos los portazgos, rentes, produotos y gananciales saoadoe de dioha propiedad t todo dereoho de reoibir y recobrar lo mismo; tambien todo el estado, dereoho, titulo e interes de la dioha The Texas, Santa Fe and Northern Railroad Company, en y a toda la propiedad rail pertene oiente a dioha oompania; tambien todos los terrenoi alquilados con edifloios eri gidos sobre ellos; tambien todos los es tribos, frontones y frentes de ague; tam bien todo el estado, dereoho, titulo e in teres de dioha oompania en eoalqniera otra corporation; por alio intentandoso. de traspasar al demandante, bajo y por virtod de la antedlohs description, todos y oada an dereoho, titulo t interes de la dioha Compania Ferrocariilera en o a las premlsas arriba meneionadas o deseritaa, ya sea oemo inquilina o tenedora da las acoiones o bonos de oualquiera otra cor poration, asociaoion u organizaoion, o tanto interes de la dioha Compania Fer rocarrilera oomo se considere, en ley o en equidad, oomo subsistente o inherente a diohas premisas o oualquiera parte de ellas, siendo el verdadero intento y sig nifioado de dioha esoritura de fideicomiso de que la dioha Compania Ferrooarrilera le traspasarta al dioho demandante todas, y toda olase de franqnioias, de toda claBe y description, oomo quiera que se deri ven, y en dondequiera que eaten situadas, todas, y toda olase de propiedad raiz o interes en ella, en dondequiera que tal propiedad raiz este eituada, y todos, y toda olase de bienes muebles, de oual quiera naturaleza o description que fuera en la feoba de la dioha escritura de fidei oomiso, aduenada o poseida por la dicha Compania Ferrooarrilera, o que pudiereen oualquiera tiempo de alii en adelante du rante la oontinnaoion de dicho fideicomi so, ser adquirido por la dioha Compania Ferrooarrilera, y tambien toda propiedad en litigio de oualquiera olase y descrip tion inoluyendo ouentas aoeptables, cuentas de libro, balanoes de trafioo, to dos libros de registro y cuentas de toda olase y description, todos los papeles, mapas, invenoiones y documentos que de oualquiera manera se refieren o relaoio nan a la propiedad o franqnioias tras pasadas; tambien todas las franqnioias y propiedad, y todos los dereohos persona tes o interes en oualquiera franquioia o propiedad, de oualquiera olase o descrip tion, raiz, mueble o mixta, y en donde quiera que la misma este situada, que pudiera en oualquier tiempo despues de la feoha de dioha eBoritura ser adquirida por o para la dioha Compania Ferrooarri lera; todo lo oual se estipnlo por ella de seryir, por via de aoreoenoia, para bene floio y provecho del dicho demandante, como fideioomisario, y por via de mas y mejcr seguridad; Y, por cuanto, en y por el tal deoreto, todos y Bingnlar la dioha propiedad, franqnioias, dereohos y materia, se or denaron de vender para satisfaoer dioha deuda oon redito sobre la misma desde el dia 8 de Abril, A. D., 1895, a razon del 6 por oieoto anual, asi oomo de los costos, senalamientos y gastos de dioho pleito, segun menoiouado en dioho deoreto, la cual deuda nmortizada, oon redito sobre la misma como antes dioho, hasta el dia 3 de Junio, A. D., 1895, amontara a la suina de $1,170,871.35. Y por ouanto, no obstante que ha pasa do el lapso de veinte dias desde la ren dition y protocolo de dicho deoreto, nin gun pago se ha heoho del dioho principal y deuda, o del redito sobre la misma, ni de oualquiera otra suma requerida por el dioho deoreto de que se pague, ni de oual quiera parte de ellas, y todas quedan de- bidas y pagaderas; Y por ouanto, en y por dioho deoreto, entre otras oosas se ordena, adjndioa y deoreta que todas las dichas premisas y propiedad, raiz, muebles y mixta, dere ohos y franqnioias, desoritas en el dicho deoreto antes dioho, dondequiera que eeten situadas, inolnyendo todo y singu lar el estado, dereoho, titulo, interes, po sesion, dereohoB de retenoion, reolamos y demandas, en ley o equidad, de,y reolama dos por eldemandado, The Santa Fe South- era Railway Company, de, en, o a la ar riba desorita propiedad, materias y pre misas, o oualquiera parte oe ellas, seran, por el aba jo brmado maestro es pedal, para ello nombrado en y por el dioho de oreto, vendidaB en oonjunto y sin avaluo o dereoho de redenoioo, apublioasubasta, al mayor postor, en la manera y forma como aqui mas adelante espeoifioado, y segun los terminos presoritos en, y por el dioho deoreto. Por tanto yo, el abajo flrmado, Anto nio Joseph, el dicho maestre espeoial, obrando segun y de oooformidad oon dioho deoreto, por eetas doy aviso que elLunes, Teroer dia de Junto, A. D., 1895, a las 12, medio dia, de dioho dia, en la puer ta de entrada da la oasa de cor- tes del oondado, en la oiudad y oondado de Santa Fe, en el Terri tory de Nuevo Mexico, ofreoere de venta, y entonoes y alii vendere, en oonjunto, al postor mas alto, toda y singular la di oha propiedad, premisas, dereohos, fran quioias y materias sobre los terminos j condioiones siguientes: 1. LI comprador ouando la propiedad se le remate, pogara inmediatamente al maestre especial, por ouenta de su oom pra, la suma de $25,000 en moneda de los EstadoB Unidos, o en tal libranza oertifl- cada, certillcado o libramiento oomo sea satisfactory al dioho maestre especial, o oualquiera certificados de interventor, pendientes en esta causa, a valor de su faz, oon redito aoumulado, o oualquiera reoibo del demandante o bus abogados, por o en ouenta de oostas, senalamiento, desembolsos, o gastos, tasados o oonoedi dos por dioha oorte, o parte en dinero y parte en oualquiera sustituto por el antes dioho. 2. Si el oomprador falta a haoer tal pago inmediato, la dicha propiedad, pre misas, dereohos, franqnioias, y materias, antes dicho, se venderan de nuevo, reser vandose la oorte el dereoho de conaiderar tal venta nueva oomo que se hizo a ouen ta de dioho propuesto oomprador,o oomo venta original, pero tal venta, bajo tales oirounstanoias, se hara inmediatamente, y sin mas aviso. 3. El deposito reoibido del ofertante sera por ouenta del preoio de oompra, y tal parte del preoio de oompra se pagara en efeotivo segun la oorte lo dirija de tiempo en tiempo, reservandose la corte el dereoho de vender de nuevo las premi sas y propiedad que el deoreto ordena de venderse, a falta de que el oomprador o oompradores, su, o sus sncesores, repre sentantes legates y asignados, en cumplir dentro de veinte dias oon oualquiera or den de la oorte en ese respecto. 4. Lo reetante del preoio de oompra se pagara ya sea en dinero o en bonos o cupones de adeudo pasado asegurados por la dioha esoritura de fideioomiao, o los certificados de interventor antes dioho, o por oualquiera uno o mas de tales me dios de pagar; oada un tal bono yonponde adeudo pasado se reoibira por tal suma oo mo el tenedor del mismo estaria intitulado a reoibir bajo la distribuoion ordenada en y por tal deoreto , y oada uno de loa cer tificados de dioho interventor de reolbirse al valor de su faz, oon el oorrespondiente redito. ' 1 . 5. Dentro de treinta dias de la confir mation de dioha venta o ventas, o tal tiempo mas como la oorte permita, por aplioaoion del oomprador, por buena causa demostrada, el oomprador o com pradores de dioha propiedad, oompletaran el pago de la entera eantidad of reoida al dioho maestre espeoial; y sobre tal pago, el dioho oomprador o oompradores este rs n intitmados a reoibir escritura de tras paso de dtona propiedad, premisas y franqnioias, del dioho maestre espeoial, y de las otras partes en esta causa, segno provisto an y por ei oiono deoreto, y I reoibir poseaion de la propiedad asi earn- prada, de las partes que tienen posesion de la misma. Feohado en Santa Fe, este dia 8 de Mayo, A. D- 1895. Antonio Josbfh, " . Maestre Especial ToBHEB MoCtoaa a Rolston, Johh H. Kmaebiii, Chableb Waterman, . Abogados por el Demandante. Re-Opening of Moatenaana Hotel, las Vega Hot Morlwco. ' This famous mountain resort will be re-opened June 20, 1895. The Mountain House, near by and nnder the same man agement, will be opened Jurre 1. For passenger and hotel rates and general In formation call on agents Santa Fa route. H, Bj, IjCTS, Agent, Bauta Fe, N. M. Gto. T. Niobolson, G. P. A. MiimiiEuBiri Farm Lands! UNDER IEEIGATING DITCHES. old Eilines! Choice Mountain and Valley Lands neat the foot h lis FOE, SLXxB. 0 For tko Irrigation of tfe) nMm aad YoUey between Raton and 8prlngrOn Xun4ft4 Bileaof largo Irrigating Canals hTt beeu built Theao lamta with peryeouei wwsjsw rights are told cheap and on the oaay tents of too annual pafwsoata, wHh 7 per sent interest In addition to the above there at 1,400,000 aoroo of land for sale, oon-. aiating mainly of Agricultural, Coal and Tlmbor Lands. Tho climate 1 unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain nnd fruit of all kinds grow to perfection ana m aounnaneo. Those wishing to view the) Undo roads, and will haw a rebate asso oa aorea or more. The famous Cold Mining Camps near Slizabethtown and Baldy are thrown open to prospectors on more favorable terms than locations on Government land. Milling regulations sent on application. Daily, four-horse, covered coaches leave Springer at 7 a. m., except Sundays, for Cimarron, Baldy and Elizabethtown, and leave these points every morning, Sundays excepted, for Springer. . The A., T. ft S. 7. and TJ. P. D. ft O. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. For full particulars apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. Raton, New Mexico. COAL & TRANSFER, LUrciDER AND FEED All kinds of Rough and finished Zinmbei; Texas Flooring at tho Lowest Market Prioe; Windows ana Doors. Also carry on a general Transfer Business and deal In Hay and Grain. DUDBQW fc D A VIS, Props. The Short Line THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE. Fine line of equipment, dining and chair cars on all trains between Kansas City and Chicago. 4sk agents below for time cards. 0. H. MOREHOUSE, Diy. Frt. Agt, El Paso, Tex. PROFESSIONAL OARDS. J. B. BRiDY, enlist. Rooms in Kahn Block, over Spits' Jewelry Store. Offloe hours, 8 to 13 a. m.$ 3 to S p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will practice in all the oourts. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Offloe in Griffin blook. Oolleotions and searohing titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Catron block. HENRY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will praotl( several eonrts of the territory. Prompt attention given to all business intrusi to ms oare. offloe in Catron bioos. A. A. Fbiimih, ElveooBao Late Asso. JTustioe N. M. Sap. Court. FREEMAN A BACA, Attorneys at Law. SooorrO. N. M. Wll praotiee in the eonrts of Sooorro. Lin ooln, Chares and Eddy oonnties. Also in the sopreme and U.S. Land eonrts at Santa Fe. . VJffloe, 5r In tile oaa tko npeelal ratee on the rail- they should buy 160 To all Points East, North. South and West, H. 8. LVTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and oounselor at law, F. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotieea In su preme and all distriot oourts of Mew Mex too. T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Oounselor at Law, Silver City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention given to all business Intrusted to his oare. f r tioe in all tbe oourts in tne territory A. B. RENEHAN, Attorney at Law. Fraotioes in all terri torial eonrts. Commissioner oourt of olaims. 'Collections and title searohing. Office with E. A. Fiske, Bpiegelberg blook Santa Fe. , " A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without an ideal flOLIPIHIOri U POWDER. J " Fozzonrs Combines every element of beauty and parity. It is beauti fying, soothing, healing, health ful, and, harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most d-'icateand desirable protection to the face in this climate. Xnstit upon having- the fraulni. M rr is urn iali irarwiiMt.