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Nan Jtinn fo ur v, N'r lMlto,
.Murr n ii iH mi iur '. iun'(itiTe.
I. iAn fi.ral, Mem A I'HBf K- .
I iliiCHiiiiJ a-1 litii. I'hitTunM.
iarmtutflu . N. lt.itfNi di Inlormation.
The Kamnn. fruit Belt
Fmaai Quality Frail Oruwo,
llr.it Orchard UomM fur All,
(JraiM 'ttv.ra, boraio ll.utj.
Tu. TirniM, t uruiiDgtoa M. M., Que
all lDformittioD.
v OLUME 5. NUMBER i a.
PARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1896.
12.00 PER YEAR
"9
MURDERERS HUNG.
CUSTI3E IS
NEW
ENERETIO
h ex:co.
IN
HI., rjj M m
1 S?i
th
;r ore
Ncclr,
HursiHl
DIST11IUT COUItl
At Tierra marilla--The Docket IU--itr.
Clean 1 hii1 Mnrtlcrers
Tred.
At Tierra Amnril.a, the district
court has cleared the docket. A lartrn
tMiniher of cusps have been disposed
of. Judge Langhlin prenided and hy
noo i of the first day of court had se
cured the ori'M'iiziitioti of the grand
and petit jurioi.
Sixty cases w re snon disposed of
the judge sitting fro n G a. m. to mid
night. Old business was cleared off.
The indictments were taken up.
Perfe-to Pudilla was charged with
the murder of John Vipond in the
southwestern part of the county in
1894. Vtto'ney Orint pro ecu ted and
Messrs. Real defended defended. Pa-
First clae-i cooking
cheap. Apply at Times
stove io sell !
flicc.
.Tesas Via pond and Feiiciano 'vere
' ngnd, nn Nv. 18 inat., nt Santa F .
T le death sentence was meted out to
(I 'semen Ira c nic u! awful cold
! odcd brutality On January 17,
Tma Martinez rode away from his
lather s house at Ojo rie la Bacti ill
mirch oi nii -si'g c.rt.e He was a
v i ug ma i, well mounted ami well
it rand. T imn nver returned. Hi
d however rn iehd its home, ex
limited Mud covered with blood. To idilla was found guilty and sentenced
v, ,. la t,m .,ii r.,lt. ir .1 ritoi'n.- nrhlnn 1 I u .. . 'ii. n..,Mf ...,..', AHfMMit In
till O UIU ' I luin, , i .... , ......... IJH IIIIIIV. I 1IC UWIIIV W IC rHKIlKCI III ,
Notice for Publication.
Homairtmi So anui.
Units! Smt i.i.,l ifr.
Santa I1 N M. Nnr. il. IdKi,
Hotinihr(iliyiTntl'httlifii.iw iis-nnmcd
r.lt'.r hut Bled imtiCM of i - iinniiii'i to tnikn I
final ronf in .nnport ,. . rUim hmI int.tl
aid proof wdl he din .fti a Probitt'
Juii or in tu MMeni'" i i-rro tin- rUi bC'terk
.f hn Juan coon jatAnec N. M, on lt,c 'j;
IhWI,
Howard II. I elaische.
uf Jew i. N. 11.
I . h lint VI nnl SW i of ;-;tTH. oi; .1 nn.1
t ' SKSi. !. 4. Tp, IN. of R t ,W,
ll ni m Mi. foilonioi witn.uH In prnv.
ho, oon'muoat ratidtne. npa , ami onltiratiun
of, said I niul, rit'
lbert Whit. , M run' Miocwllnn. Manual A.
Miircflino, Patrick Mi-Unit'iilm; kII of Jeweii.
N M
J imfs H. Walufr B;Ltr,
Hr pnlilicaf ion Not.
F.
M. PIERCE.
w hi make
CUT
RATES ON CLOTHING
AND LADIES' SHOES
I .1 1, ri 1,1 . fn IM Till 111, fin, . I t . i' r, I In am . i . ... I . ... ,
i i hi c. 'it, ,,4 . iu i v w i np ir il il I Nfvniiti iii uiiiiiiricin
a
where th re
ml
tre ;e mains ot nn 1 amongst them Rosai io IV1112 and Cel-
dre, at d the ca -cass of estino Romero were on trial lor the
Ullibarri, a man 1
rai
im nenae cni
one of lis f..th r' i rs. The dog killing of Carlos
bir'red ind dn in t! ali s with his , about. 30 years old who was shot in the
pavs. The young man scraped away ! prince of his mother,
in - a tic and l iund me of bis broth ! The session will bea most complete
r's f . e or f'W
r-s : h 1 h
criti was ap-
ha t med to Tointino out that tho magazine ot
chinery of great namos is really more costly to
I'h ui .r- produce than the magazine of intellect
' i i ra who and litorary skill, tho editor easily
fon n oharge throws the responsibility for tho non
ire s isp -cted of existence of tho latter upon the world
by tli Ii rce rlru
prh c I of the inn i
the piace Q'ti il
the law was
dsrera wer-i t
w rfl S 'izj I by th
of e ibbar ti 1 w.i
ither bones; the j nH afl mr a8 (he vindication of tho
. 111 consumed , power 0f the law is concerned.
r
knowing the murderers ware set free of readers. He says in effect that the
nn londition hat they telegraphed t e public is a hydra-headed snob, easily
Bheriff when thev located the parties caught by a title or a cheap notoriety.
The telegram came and a boy n;im."l and offensively scornful of unpre-
trre ted H tenlious merit
'u-rff, which ; ....
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XI
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m
CD
r
sa
00
uis was tin
on to 1 1
Emil Bn i
gave inform
led t'i the -i 1 I, Cn vez
and Truj lio. Ph had dett-r-
mined t 1 , h1 he sh u!d
tell his k o . n our Ii r. Ti.e
boy, howevc .. i lis a id bid
11 w iv
Viapond 1 . were 1 ried
fow Judgs L 1 jury lust
Mitrc'i apeoiil in. I) trlot Attor
ney J H. Orist a r the pro
Reeution Tnor l.mg trial
biingiiii! out hotoughly the ineidenta
of thac awful 1. ti'! I'll pr teciuion
c inducted by Att-irne.v - ist was most
searching and most conclusive. That
efficient olnc"r u ain brought to light,
and brought to con uninisbment,
tl.e two killer .
They had murder. mw Martin
ez without cause and in a manner of
extreme u'rocity. Tomns came along
, a 11 it: 1 :,i
gOing W) niS IIIITOC, V lilfC'IIU muu,
"Thitt's a fine horse coming and
be a ni''o chicken for us." They asked
To mas for some coffee. Ho gave them
the coifee and s'ood at the Are warm
ing his hands. They seized him, sent
the boy and Trujillo on with some cat
tle and -) Tomas Martinez, burning
bim i.;- i 1 he arge flio they had kin
died. The bo; asked th. m what I hey
had done itn he man who rod! up
n them at the camp "SVe killed him.
You cabron, do you want me to kill
you," was tne reply.
The miscreants had soot their "ic-
tim in told blood. They had shot the
! in the hear!, b when going for it
10 burn it with its masterit had recov
ered and run off probably through
this dog's wonderful sagacity this
deed camo to light.
The men were hanged, and both
confessed their guilt; boih aeenu-d
penitent; one, Chavez, addressed the
crowd and urged his hearers to avoid
the evil associations that had proved
his obstruction .
Of the guilt of the men there can,
of coure, be no doubt. Their punish
ment was just. Their death, an atone
ment for horrid crime, marks the al
tered course justice is pursuing in 'his
territory. The murderer is no longer
save. Vengence, the yengence of an
outraged society, is meted out. Crime
will no longer exist in our midst in
security. Why has this change been
so suddenly wrought? Is it that men
are in office fearless, energetic, and
whose watchword is duty?
WM. WILKAISKT,
PP"8ITB
1 111 H iTKIUAN I'UVRI H
) M'MTO.V - - N. M.
03
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For cash f(r the next thirty days.
A bargain in men's & bovs straw hats. Hi! kinds Navajo Blankets
Agent for
The Monarch
Bicycle
The easiest riding machine made,
erod here.
Will bo sold at factory prices dcliv
F. M. PIERCE.
FARMINGTON
a hS T AURANT
Meal at all Hours.
E. K. HILL, f
FM; MING TON.
MEX
HUHI, ;
sked j jj j
I
nnim?i
U
J. A. LAIipiEN, Propr.
First-Class Accommodations
At Reasonable Hates.
M. H. OOPELAND.
PRODUCE
COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Durango Colo.
GENERAL AND MACHINE
13 1 a oks m i thing.
Carrtages, Buggies and Wagons Made and
Repaired. Painting and Trimming.
Horsi homing a Spcialty
BOW
J AN BROS,
m
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H.S. WILLIAMS., M.D., CM.
L. It. C. P. & 8 tmnilmi. Kimiaml.
(juueiiV Unituraity, Canada.
SPECIALTY Kyo, Eur, Nose an 1
OUB lllnl MeutiU I'l.-n--.
Iiroat, Nerr-
Farmington
New Mexico
ORice--Newman DuildiDK.
Durango : : Colorado
Farmin rtton, N.
M:
Wanted.
Forty to 100 ton of alfalfa with good
pasture lot. Add) oi3 stating what
you have and pricea for same.
C. W. Rigqs.
First class household furniture and
a good horse for sale. Apply at The
Times office.
South
Farmington. - -
I have subdivided and laid out in
TOWN liOTS
Eighty acres of land immediately adjoining the town of Farmington
I be lots are one acre each and will be sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
A good water right goes with each lot. The north line of this trac
is ODly two blocks from the
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS STREET OF FARMINGTON.
I also have 4()0 acres of
GOOD FARM AND ORCHARD LAND
Adapted to the raising of applets, peaches, nectarines, apricots, pears
plums, prunes, grapes and all other deciduous fruits and alfalfa, from
which a person can select one of the
BEST FARMS IN THE COUNTY.
A large amount of my land is under cultivation and I have severa
bearing orchards.
I sell my own land and can thereby mo you an agent's coinmhv
sion. Call on me or address me lock box 777.
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