The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1990, Volume 36, Number 1
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor
Back to the article: Making of the Panama-California Exposition
An article in the San Diego Union, July 31, 1899, tells the story of Vicente Rosario a “drunken” Indian believed to have murdered Jacob Veitinger.
An invitation to the execution of Felisario Alipas. There was a temporary stay of execution so it did not occur until Friday, September 3rd.