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Tb6 Daily Hew Mexican
TUESDAY. JULY 2.
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Wood base electros not accepted.
No display advertisements accepted for less
thin $1 net, per mouth.
No reduction in price made for "every
other day" advertisements.
Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg
ulator, the "Kino op Liver Medi
cines?" That is what our readers
want, and nothing but that. It is the
same old friend to which the old folks
pinned their faith and were never dis
appointed. But another good recom
mendation for it is, that it is better
than Pills, never gripes, never weak
ens, but works in such an easy and
natural way, just like nature itself, that
relief comes quick and sure, and one
feels new ad over. It never fails.
Everybody needs take a liver remedy,
ir.u everyone should take only Sim
ttioss Liver Regulator.
Bo sure yon get it. The Red E
in en the wrapper. J. H. Zeilin i&
c Philadelphia.
' METEROLOGICAI;
ft. S. DKl'AHTMBNT of Aqrioultiihr
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Inly 1. 1895.)
Wkatukh Kc head Office of i
Santa Fe, J
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Maximum Temperature
Minimum Temperature
Total Precipitation o.tK
H. B. Hkbbky. Observer.
H.B.Cartwright&Bro
DEALERS. IN
Groceries,
Feed and
Produce.
FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLES
Confectionery-Nuts.
AGENCY FOB
lew Drop Vanned Woods
Patent Imperial Flour
rUns-SaiilKrus Teas and Toffees
M heir Bread, Ties and
(Jakes can't be Beat.
Telephone No. 4.
EXCHANGE HOTEL.
J. T. FORSHA, Prop.
$2,00 Per Day. S?E
.oeatert In the Bnnl-
portlon or city.
orner of Plasa
Special rate by the week or month
for table board, with or without
room.
SOCIETIES.
A. F. A A. M.
Montezuma Lodge No. 1, meets on the
first Monday evening of each month at
7:80 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the
Kahn block, San Francisco Ht. Visiting
. brethren are fraternally invited.
W.B. Hahboun, W. M.
F. S. Davis, Seo.
The World's Fair Testa
. showed ao baking powder
jo pure or so great la leav
onlng power as the Royal
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PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY.
Mercks',Squibbs' and Wyeths' Prep
arations used at the Prescrip
tion Counter.
ASSASSINS OF CHAVEZ.
Sworn Confession of Patricio Valencia
Supplemented by That of L.au
riano Aland.
Another Shocking Chapter in the Cele
brated Case Valencia's Statement
Corroborated Officers, Court
and Jury Vindicated.
The Nsw Mexican to-day supplements
its publication of the sworn confession
of Patrioio Valencia, one of the iivo ac
tive parties to the cowardly and brutal
assassination of Franoisoo Chavez, with
the confession in detail of Lmriano
Alarid, another one of the persons en
gaged in the diabolical conspiracy to
mnider the ex-sheriff. The circum
stances under whioh these voluntary con
fessions were made have already been
narrated in these columns and need not
be repeated here. These shooking docu
ments, fairly dripping with the life
blood of one of the biggest-hearted men
who ever trod the soil of New Mexico,
can hardly be read withont a shudder.
They vindicate the course of the officers in
their laborious task of ferreting out the
facts surrounding the awful crime and
absolutely prove the righteousness of the
jury's verdict and the judge's sentence.
The second affidavit speaks for itself. It.
is as follows:
CONFESSION OF LAURIANO ALABID.
Territory of New Mexico, ) gB
County of Santa Fo. )
Lauriano Alarid, being duly sworn on
his oath, says: I nm one of the defend
ants in the case of the territory of New
Mexico vs. Francisco Gonzales y Bor
rego, Antonio Gonzales y Borrego, Lau
riano Alarid and Patricio Valencia, lately
tried ip the district court of Santa Fo
county, in which a verdict of guilty was
rendered by the jury against the said
above named persous on the 29th day of
May, A. D. 1895. It is true, as charged in
the indictment in said case and as found
by the verdict of the jury, that I am
guilty as one of the persons concerned
iu the murder of Franoisoo Chavez at the
southern end of Guadalupe bridge in the
city of Santa Fe between 9 and 10 o'clock,
on the night of the 29th of May, A. D.
1892, although I was not then and there
present Ht the time of the commission of
the murder. I had been there for about
twenty or twenty-five minutes about a
half an honr previous to the commission
of the murder and had been
INSTRUCTED BY HIPOLITO VlOIt,
or Francisco Gonzales y Borrego, I do
not now remember which one, to go up
town to ascertain the whereabouts of
Francisco Chavez and to go back and re
port to them. If Franoisoo Chavez had
gone aoross Guadalupe bridge, while I was
there with the said above named persons
for said twenty or twenty-five minutes, I
would have taken part in the assassina
tion of said Franoisoo Chavez, according
to the agreement between us to that
effect. I well knew that the said above
named persons were lying in wait then
and there for the purpose of assassinat
ing said Franoisoo Chavez, and I was not
there to aid them in the commission uf
the deed because I had been directed and
had gone up town to act as a spy on the
locatiou and movements of the said
Franoisco Chavez. I was armed with a 38
calibre fire shooter. When I Baw the
said above named persons at the southern
end of said bridge on said 29th of May,
1892, about thirty minutes before the
MUBDEB OF SAID OnAVEZ,
they were under the southern end of
snid bridge on the ground. Fran
cisco Gonzales y Borrego had a Win
chester rifle and had on a rubber coat;
Hipolito Vigil had a large pistol,
either a 44-calibre or a 4.5-oalibre;
Antonio Gonzales y Borrego had a 45
calibre pistol, and I did not Bee whether
Patricio Valencia had a pistol or not, bnt
Francisco Gonzales y Borrego told me the
next day after the murder that Patrioio
Valencia had a pistol belonging to him;
said Francisco Gonzales y Borrego. I do
not know the manner in whioh said Fran
cisco Chavez was killed, but Francisco
Gonzelesy Borrego told me the next day
after the murder that he, Hipolito Vigil,
Antonio Gonzales y Borrego and Patricio
Valencia had killed him.
I was at the southern end and under
said Guadalupe bridge two or more nights
previous to the 29th of May, 1802, lying
in wait for the purpose of assassinating
said Francisco Chavez. The said
Hipolito Vigil, Francisco Gonzales y
Borrego and Antonio Gonzales y Bor
were also there for the same purpose on
said two or three nights prior to said
29th of May, 1892.
I make this affidavit freely and volun
tarily, and it has been written by Dis
trict Attorney J. H. Crist at my request,
and I ask thnt it be published ho that the
publio may know that justice was done
by the verdiot of the jury in the trial of
the case. I have truly repented of .my
complicity in the assassination of said
Francisco (Jliavez ana desire now to ten
the truth in connection with the matter,
(Signed) Laubiano Alabid.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
first day of July A. D. 1895.
Mabcblino Garoia,
Notary Publio.
Best 5 cent cigar in town at Ire
land's Pharmacy.
Board of Education.
The board of education held a short
meeting last night, but nothing of pub
lio interest was done exeept the passage
A WARM
BATH
WITH
CDTICURA
SOAP
And a single application of CUTICURA,
the great skin cure, will afford instant re
lief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a
speedy, economical, and permanent cure
of the most distressing of itching, burn
ing, bleeding, scaly, and crusted skin and
scalp diseases, after physicians, hospitals,
and all else fail.
Sold throughout (he world. British depot: N.w
nsv, i, King Edward-st., London, Porra DftUO
tt Chim. Corp., Sole Props., Boston, U. S. A.
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of a resolution extending the time for
the payment of poll taxes until August,
mid another continuing Mr. H. S. Lutz as
clerk of the board at $15 per month. A
special meeting will soon be held for the
purpose of selecting teachers.
Not the cheapest perhaps, but it
will always be the best in Santa Fe?
Ireland's Pharmacy.
NOTABLE DEEDS PASSED
Title to Texas, Santa Fe & Northern
J'ailroail Now Vested in Charles
W. Waterman Without
Encumbrance.
The title to the property of the Tpxbb,
Snnta Fe & Northern and the Santa Fe
Southern Railroad companies is now
vested in Charles W. Waterman, of Den
ver, without any encumbranoo what
ever. In compliance with the terms of the
foreclosure sale by Hon. Antonio Joseph,
special master, on June 3, nnd upon pay
ment of the balance of the purchase
money, Mr. Joseph has deeded the
property to Mr. Waterman.
The Texas, Santa Fe fc Northern and
the Santa Fe Southern companies, each,
in consideration of $1, have also deeded
their interests in the property to the new
purchaser, and Mr. Chnrles H. Gilder
sleeve, for and iu consideration of the
sum of $1, has satisfied and dismissed
his several judgments and liens and also
those of the Second National bank and
Lehman Spiegelberg against the prop
erty. 1'hns Mr. Waterman is now clothed
with full authority to give a clear title to
the property and it is presumed that it
will soc n be transferred to the Denver Jt
Rio Grande Railroad compnuy.
HOUND ABOUT TOWN.
Enjoy an intellectual treat and hear the
lecture nt the court house this evening.
The Albuquerque running tenm's prac
tice runs on the hose racing course at
tract large crowds.
Tickets for the concert to-morrow
evening are on sale at the hotels, drug
stores and other places of business.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
have decided indefinitely to postpone the
festival they hnd partly arranged to give
on the evening of July Fourth.
A five mile bike rnce, open to all com
ers, purse $25, divided into three awards,
is to take place on the 1th. The stnrt
and finish will be at Firemen's hall.
Trainer Price, who has charge of the
Santa Fe hose team, says he is prepared
to put up $!0 to $500 thnt he can defeat
nny member of the Dnke city tBiim in a
dash of 100 yards.
The plaza streets and those lending to
the Palace hotel and Federal building
should be thoroughly wot dowu to-night,
for the sprinkling cart may not get here
to-morrow as now expeoted.
Mr. H. J. Loomis returned yesterday
from a trip to the Dorsey ranch in Colfax
county. On Friday last a torritio hail
storm visited thnt section and on Satur
day at noon the drifts of hail four
feet deep were still visible. , The stock
range is fine, heavy rains having fre
quently come this spring.
Hon. A. Joseph oame to town last
night and left again this morning, re
turning to Ojo Caliente in oompany with
Mr. M. S. Baldwin, of Chicago, the sani
tarium promoter, and Dr. H. R. Allen, of
Indianapolis, who has made a fortune
running a sanitarium in Indiana. It is
probable that these gentlemen may take
hold of the Ojo Caliente sanitarium
projeot.
J. H. Peers, Chioago; A. E. D. Cars
eallen, Philadelphia; Lou M. Louden,
Huntington, W. Va.; Frank Gessinger,
Cincinnati, health seekers, are in the city
from Albuquerque. After the Fourth
they leave for a two months' camping
trip along the upper Peoos. A large
party of Kansas visitors also camped
Dear Dalton's on Sunday and the valley
is rapidly filling up with pleasure seek
ers. Henry Winsor, who was in town
last night, Bays the trout fishing was
never better.
Cnpt. Frederic P. Mnller and wife, of
Taos, arrived on the D. & R. G. last night
and nre the guests of Jose D. Sena. After
spending the Fourth in the oity they will
go to the Zaaateuas nnd the City of Mexi
co, possibly with a view of locating in
the sister republic. Onpt. Muller has re
signed his position as commandant of
company F, 1st New Mexico militia, and
Mignel Arohuletn, an old regular army
veteran, line been elected to fill the va
cancy. .
Daniel Molntire, of Wilmington, III.,
who has spent the last six weeks at the
hot sulphur and Jemez springs, left for
home last night for a brief visit. He was
very much benefited by his trip and is
loud in his praises of the medioinal value
of the springs. He promises to return to
New Mexico soon to make this his per
manent home. Marcus Schultz, of Santa
Cruz, who was his guide oa the trip, left
for home yesterday with his paok outfit.
Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, a notable
Philadelphia divine, is in the city nnd
will lecture at the court house at 8:30
this evening on the subject, "Only a Jew."
He stands at the head among the Jews in
this country and preaches to one of the
largest audiences of any rabbi in the
country. As a leoturer ho is one of the
most eloquent of his race. Santa Feans
should not fail to hear him. Admission
$1.
Mrs. Beatrice C. Chaney, of Denver, an
enthusiastic kindergarten worker, is so
journing nt the sanitarium. She holds a
responsible position in tho kindergarten
department of the Denver publio schools,
and was for three years connected with
the work as organized by Mrs. Hill, wife
of ex-Senator N. P. Hill. To-morrow
and on Thursday Mrs. Chaney would be
pleased to reotivo the ladles of Santa Fe
interested in the cause of education and
talk with them on the subject of intro
ducing the kindergarten into the oity
school system.
A-
MUNICIPAL PARENTS.
Interesting Meeting: of the City Coun
cil Last Night Protests Against
Glove Contest Tabled Free
dom of City Extended to
Visitors.
The city couucil met in regular session
last evening. Mayor Easley presided,
and Conncilmen Andrews, Dominquezi
Delgado, Garcia, Holmes, McCabe and
Sena were present.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
Charley Hopper, Julian Baca, Isaao
Van Arsdell aud Tomas Pino petitioned
for the privilege of condnctiug lemonade
stands in the city on July S, 4 and 5.
Messrs. E. J. Newton, A. C. Ireland, jr.,
and J. W, Akers presented written pro
tests agninst the erection of lemonade
stands iu the business portion of the
city unless properly lioensed.
As there was no ordinanoe on the sub
ject, and hence the erection of stands
could not be prevented, the four peti
tions mentioned above were granted, the
stands to be located and controlled by
the committee on pnblio works. The
oonnoil must have overlooked section 13,
of ohapter X, oity ordinances. Editor.
Manager Lewis, of the Western Union
Telegraph oompany, asked permission of
the council to suspend a sign aoross San
Francisco street, opposite the office of the
company, said sign to be eighteen feet or
less in length and of proportionate width.
; This request was refused, and the oity
marshal was instructed to have the sign
of the Postal-Cable company, now sus
pended aoross the street, taken down.
Protests of sundry people, including a
number of young boys and girls, were
presented agaiEst the prospective glove
contest on the evening of July i.
Rev. Williams and Rev. Neeff addressed
the council in favor of the protests aud
Mr. Webber spoke against them.
It appearing that glove contests were
authorized by a city ordiunnce, and that
in accordance therewith the oity clerk hnd
already issued a lioense for the contest on
July 4, the protests were ordered filed
without action.
The oity treasurer submitted his month
ly report showing: Cash on hnud, June
1, $530.22) receipts, $120.70; warrants
paid, $254.18; cash on hand, $396.74. Re
ferred to the committee on finance.
The oity clerk reported liconses issued,
$03, and warrants issued, $751.19, dnring
the month.
The lengthy report of the police magis
trate was referred without reading.
The city marshal reported fines col
lected $10 and expenses $1 for past two
weeks. He also reported that he had
killed and buried nine dogs dnring June.
The members of the committee on pub
lic works reported thnt they had con
ferred with the superintendent of the ((as
oompany, nnd asked for an extension of
time before closing the works of the
oompnny, and had beeu assured that the
company, was doing all in its power to
continue the operation of the works, but
that the furnace and reoeiver were out of
order and liable to give out at any time.
The committee on surveys and light
ing asked for and was granted further
time to report on petition asking for an
additional electrio light on College
street.
The following bills were ordered paid:
Ned Gold, killing dogs, $5.40; Jacob
Weltmer, stationery, $2.45; Water and
Improvement company, water servioe,
$166.66; Eleotric Light company, light
servioe, $166.66,
The bill of Sheriff Cunningham for
boarding oity prisoners was referred to
the committee on finance with instruc
tions to report back some plan whereby
the sheriff would receive cash or its
equivalent for his sorvioes.
Tho $13.00 bill of City Engineer Mc
Rae was disallowed as unauthorized and
exorbitant.
The mayor was authorized to employ
five extra policemen at $1.65 per diem
on the 3d, 4th and 5th of July, three to
serve in the day time and two at night.
On motion of Connoilman Delgado the
freedom of the oity was extended to all
visitors during the tournament.
The council then adjourned. j
John MoCullongh Havana olgars at
Colorado saloon.
THE-
MONARCH
Is King!
I.lu'ht Strong
Nncerty Handsome
Weights: 18 in 25 Pounds.
E. W. Franz, Agt
ID
UFUY'S
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TUESDAY EVE, Jnly 4.
AT THK
COURT HOUSE.
mil .i. r. iii rrv,
New Mexico's Urea test Tenor.
' Assisted by
MISS KIKNA HILLS. Soprano.
MTSH MAIIKL STEVENS, l'iunlst.
MISS HAWTHOKNK. AeonmiJnnist,
PKOV. 1J1 MAUUO, Violinist.
The Kolian (nartett f
Miss Kdna Hills, 1st Soprano.
MIhs Grace Huwks, 2d Soprano.
Miss Mabel Stevens, 1st Alto.
Miss Until .lenks, 2d Alto.
Orpheus U.iiai-tette
Mr. J. P. Dnpny, 1st Tenor.
Mr.J.K. Ili-onn, 2d Tenor.
Mr. K. Washburn, 1st Hnss,
Mr. U. W. Johnston, 2d Bass.
$1.00 TICKETS $1.00
On Male at Ireland' Pharmacy,
jRAND
CONGER
C. IRELAND, Jr., Prop.
High)
CREAM
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
FIREMEN'S TOURNEY.
Tho City Rapidly 'Filling Up With
Visitors The Sport to Com
mence To-morrow.
Since yesterday . morning every train
into the capital city has brought crowds
of visitors who oome to remain over - the
1th. The three days of sport will be for
mally inaugurated to-morrow afternoon,
following the meeting of the territorial
association of volunteer firemen. Large
delegations from all adjacent towns, Al
buquerque nnd Las Vegas, are expected
to arrive to-morrow. Everything is in
readiness for the firemen's tournament
and much local interest centers on the
elaborate program to be oarried ont on
Independence day.
The program for to-morrow's events is
appended:
10 a. m. Meeting of the New Mexico
Association of Volunteer Firemen, with
an address of welcome by Hon. 0. F.
Easley, mayor of Santa Fe, and response
br Mr. W. T. McCreight, of Albuquerque,
president of the association.
10 a. m. Base ball game at Christian
college grounds between Las Vegas and
Santa Fe teams.
2 p. m. sharp. First event, dry test,
first prize, $75; second prize, $10.
8 p. m. Second event, ladder climbing
contest, first prize, $20; second prize, $10.
i p. m. Third event, foot races, 200
yards, first prize, $20; second prize, $10.
8. p. m. Instrumental and vooal con
cert by Santa Fe talent at the court
house, arranged by Prof. A. W. Conroy
and orchestra led by Mr. William K.
Griffin.
What you can never get at Ireland's
Pharmacy: A substituted article
when the genuine is ordered or want
ed. Some places this can be done.
Call and learn the low prices made on
hats and bonnets for the 4th. MISS A.
MUGLER, Southeast Corner of Plaza.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Bnrty Years the Standard.
Headquarters for fine perfumes of
all leading makes, both .European ana
American. Ireland's Pharmacy.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Hire's root beer on draught, 5 cents
a glass, at Ireland's Pharmacy.
Book Binding at Reduced1 Bates.
Dnring the past few months many or
ders received by the New Mexican for
the binding of books, magazines and
pamphlets have neoessarily been more or
less neglected on aoconnt pf a rush of
other business. But during the dull sum
mer months especial attention will be
paid to this class of work. Thus all or
ders now on file will at once be filled and
all those who are in need of any work in
the line of binding can rely upon having
their orders promptly exeeuted in the
best style of the art and at reduced rates.
Send in your orders to the New Mexican.
A cheap artificially made syrup in
soda water is the worst thing you can
put into your stomach. Pure, and the
highest priced fruit juices made are
used at Ireland's Pharmacy.
The boys nre all right an 3 so is their
singing; go nnd hear them sing some of
their quartettes at Dupny'a concert on
July 4.
What you can always get at Ire
land's Pharmacy: Your money re
funded if everything purchased is not
in every particular as represented.
DAVID LQWITZKI,
nEADQUAB'IKBS FOB
FURNITURE,
NEW AND SECOND HAND
AT BED-ROOK PEIOES
The highest prices paid for second
hand goods. Your furniture will be
taken, overhauled and repaired and
sold on small commission. Give him
a call before buying new or auction
ing off your old household goods.
nothing; .Wade o Order
Sol. Spiegelberg,
- CLOTHIER.
Carry a full and select line of HATS),
CAP, Ul.OVK, etc., and every
thins; fotind In a first-class establishment.
IMPS
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S. SPITZ, The
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FIRST NATIONAL BAUK
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Designated Depositary
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
In every instance or your money
win ue cueenuuy re
- funded.
Jeweller,
Jewels are the brightest things that
oome to hand. Come to us for jewelry
of every description. There is much to
admire in our display of sparkling gems
ard artistic novelties, for the simple
reason that our assortment is remarkable
for nothing so much as it is for its com
prehensiveness. It is only necessary to
look at what we have to see that this is
the case. It is missing much to miss see
ing our stook. Your eyes must describe
it to you, as we can not attempt the task.
Seeing is knowing, and in , this case,
knowing is almost equivalent to buying,
our prices are so reasonable.
of the United States
President
' - Cashier

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