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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 January 1902

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. iJV.QL. II. RED KIVER, TAOS COUNTT, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY JaKhaRI NO 24. E. C. ABBOTT & Co. SuccewHorn AND Miners prices right . .S THE RED KIVER STORE of HIG33QXJA.IiTEKS' FOR GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes, LOUIS MARC AT I. GriTsdorf s JVITiiii--otlaL A. fine lino of Boots aud Shoes. Tet and Caps. Gents Clothing andalso a Iarj?6 Line of Ladies aind Oeiat Under Clothing OvLX Irioe Are F"air- VST Wt Hfnbt- a Sp'oMty of Mail Ordw Taos, New Mex. POST GOFFXGHB STOE' . "Books, Drugs, The latest magazines for sale at all j.i see us when yov want anything TO ki ill nlCiWiiLinr Model frtcxJet n to thf u P P L I.E S TERMS CASH. !N"otions -: Stationery times aud novels to rsut in our line. Call Repeating Rifle FcrAll Khtfs ct $mMm. All Dei:irabtc Clllber.-. aud VVtiliis rew FAvoaiTrs ron huntinq. ie. aoArmy!tti:ier.-.Tidt uiik-bi u. Model j4. m W..f. . saJlsxr, '.t :tu I WtiC 6 1 ' toosii. 1894. 30 w. QL T. cdO-r; 'iako . (8...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 January 1902

INTERESTING ITEMS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER NEW MEXICO Red River Prospector. HEPBURN SUSPECTS A PLOT TO DELAY BUILDING CANAL RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Norway it tb latest to score an arehy through Its legislature The re turas are sot all In. Strange to say, the nickel mlnei purchased by Americans in New Cal edonia are not street-car lines. Doubtless some of the North Dakota divorce lawyers have already sent theli business cards to Queen WUhelmlna. Although King Edward's coronation la to take place In June the confident expectation Is that It will be an august ceremony. There Is nothing Inconsistent in the proposal to make more compact the various concerns that manufacture compressed air tools. A roast pig that had been fattened on potatoes Is about the daintiest dish of the Christmas season, and certain ly the most expensive one. Why should a woman fiercely scold a man for smoking on tne street car platform. He is really doing homage; he Is burning incense to the sex. Cities and towns are ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 January 1902

w LATE WASHINGTON NEWS AND ' CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS F. B. rinrk nml J. A. Jono of Arl r.ona recently saw President Roosevelt to protest against the contemplated consolidation of the San Francisco mountain reservation. TJi monthly statement of the pnhlle debt, Issued January 2nd, allows that nt the close of business December 31st, lixil. the national debt, less cash In the trensury, amounted to $1,017,(I2H, 28fl, n d i crease for the month of AMERICAN CANNIBALS PRACTICE ONOE RIFE OVER LARGE AREAS OF THE CONTINENT. I.i pursuance of action taken at the recent BMwtlnf of the Catholic bishops of the United States, llcv. Dr. Henry G. (Jans hna been appointed financial njrent of the Bureau of Catholic Indinn Missions. Jle will have his headquar ters ln Washington. Assistant Secretary of the Navy .Tndfje Darling has addressed a com munication to the secretary of the Mu sicians' Protective Union of this city refusing to forbid the members of the Unlteu Stntes Marine Band accepting or soli...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 January 1902

MM Rid River Prospector Vol. II. IttMs-i'.eo Frery Thurtdmy at Bed Rk . 7no County, STew Mexico. KKlvilOrTT C. 8TKVEN8. PfTBt-lBHER Entered as Sioond-Class Matter nt the R td River, New Mexioo, Postoffice. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly, per year. $1.50 Yfekly, six months 75 Weekly, three months 40 LOCAL. Snow, More snow. What has become of Sallie? O B Crow visited Cerro the firBt of the week. Fred Hatton ie spending a few 1mvs at Cabresto lake (. W. Thoinpflon took some lura Wi to Cnlireato lake this week . D 'itjlHs Putnam wbb a viaitor in Questa last Fiitiay and Satur day. A. W. Fhipps and son Charles' viaited Questa, the first of the week . Miss Stella Toiiiil; has Wen on the sick list the past week but is reported better. Be in style and am oke the lies' cigar in town. It, is the Luzon and is pold at the postnffice. Mrs. C. H. Keen writa Mr Keen that she wis quite sick last week bat is lmproviiitf, Charles Cannon and Charles Phipps are putting ice for Mr. Turner of the Moreno va...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

RED RIVER PPOSPECTOR. RED IUV E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successors to tVn- II fit Hid early r G-eneral Merchandise Miners prices righ i . Supplies terms cash. Judge A. .1. Abbott, father of District Attorney .E. C, Abbott, was last week appointed NttXtrter of the supreme court of New Mex ico. The J ndge is well qualified for the position and the appoint ment gives general satisfaction. THE RED RIVER STORE HEAD QXJA.RTEHB The re-appoi ntment of CJflv. M. A. Pte'ro was the wish of a major ity of the people of the territory. lie whs appointed by the 'resident and continued -lo, The sonata, now let txth sides, that pies riot, and work for the uphuildin;;- of New Mexico On lYliruni v I, the Harvey oat-1 iJirtsM - that the alk into house tit Hi neon, was eonplote- ellHritriw nlvt lie ma Hir pflio lv destroyed by fire. J ft, iJdHlinbi WouM tender The Uock Island now inns ration iinpr'.itabh. -! through train from Kansas City j l,.m million cr. i lo El I'nso by way of Santa llosa. not more tha...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, - NEW MEXICO. That submarine boat acts very mncl like a Spanish cruiser. Edward's crown will have 3,000 Jew els. Half that number of hairs would ult him better. Argentina will apparently swallow a Sufficient does of that Chile sauce to see what It tastes like. Ijord Kitchener Is sensitive about his name. A kitchener by any other would smell as sweet to Botha. Minneapolis Times: The Filipinos are a pretty bad lot. but give the school teacher a little more time. There Isn't any doubt that Orover Cleveland's gout will discourage would-be presidents from growing very (tout. Schley has declined an offer to lec ture. Whether the verdict was just or not, he will now be dearer to the American people than ever. A serum for tetanus has been dis covered. It is said. In some caBes It ought to be administered along with tho antitoxin for diphtheria. Commissioner Rockhlll finds that lie L'nlted States asked nothing of .China except what was clearly in scribed on i...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

GO TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (Washington Latter.) President Roosevelt openly resants any attempt to pry into the private nffairs of hi fumi y, even If It is tak en for granted that their every net Is public property, now that they reside in the executive mansion. He does not pretend that modesty or a desire for ex cluslveness has Impelled him to take this course, but he Insists that there Is a great chance that au"h no oriety will have a serious effect on his young children who are Just at an Impres sionable ag. He wants them to be "TEDDY" ROOSEVELT. JR. shielded as much as passible from the inevitable. Mr. Roosevelt realizes that the doings of the White House children arc- of more or less public interest, but he says their heads must not be turned by tco much attention. When he was making his arrange ments to come hf re as vlccvpresident. the plans inelu led the pladng of the children In the public s; hool. When President McKlnley was assassinated MRS. ROOSEVELT and the children a:ong wit...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

Red River Prospector. BED RIVER, - - NEW MEXICO. Ue HOUSEHOLD ADAM, THE MAN WHO NEVEP WAS A BOY. Of all the men the world has seen 81nce time his rounds began. There's; one I pity every day Earth's first and foremost man; Just think of all the fun he missed By falling to enjoy The dear delights of youthtlme. For he never was a boy. He nerer stubbed his naked toe Against a root or stone. He never with a pin hook fished For minnows all alone. He never sought the bumblebee, Among the daisies coy, Nor felt Its business end, Because he never was a boy. He never hookey played, nor tied A bright and shining pall Down In the alley all alone. To a trusting poodle's tall. And when he home from swimming came His pleaiure to destroy No slipper Interfered Because he never was a boy. He might remember splendid times In Eden's bowe.s yet He never acted Romeo To a six-year Juliet. He never sent a valentine Intended to annoy His good but maiden aunt. Because he never was a boy. He never cut a kite B...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

The Cure of the Fields kings of Irelan'. He look at me an then at Norah, an' then he laugh un til the waiters all look to th table. Then he say: "Sure, ye are two of th young dlvtl, I must say. But It will be a good t'lng that we have all the frog-eatln' In the family, so Potry, lad, you may have her, an' God forgive the trick ye've played on her poor of hungry daddy. But are there any more of thlm Frlnch chlckena In th' kitchen?" So you see, M'sieu', It li true that the man of gallantry will fin' no ob stacle too much to the greatness when he have the grand passion In the heart of him. An' It is also true that the way to the heart of the p'pa-ln-law is through the stomach. Yes, It is so. CHICAGO'S HOUSE Jf0 P The Great Society EsJent vxiafvmmm m nggnJK Jiy -witafi.- I wont adown the great green fields, Weary and spent with care; My heart wan sad, and my aptrlt had A burden sore to bear. Bui they led ma to pray In their own grand way, And I left my trouble there. Qrent and green and...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

( Red River Prospector. BITBB, NEW MEXICO. NOHDIOA AND HER DOLLS. Ma DaNfhted the llrorta nf four Uttle Children at I'olL All who know Mme. Lillian Nordlca, the popular prima donna, testify that ahe has as k.ntlly a h art as ever beal In a human breast. She recently Kpi'nt eome time at Boll, and during one o. her walks through the village she saw four Uttle girls paying in front of a tumble-down house built apparently In mediaeval times. Thry had a doll of unique description. It was made of a bootjack clad In a torn bit of apron. The next afternoon Mme. Nordlca set out on foot for Bonndorf, the nearest Tillage of importance, with two friends. Half way up the mountain the rain, which had threatened for some hours, came dripping down. Throwing her cloak about her shoul der and digging her walking cane firmly into the Bllppery way she climb ed upward. Her che ks w,to pink from exertion and perspiration mingl 4 with the raindrops on her face, but fo Bonndorf she finally went. A sarch di...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

LATE WASHINGTON NEWS AND CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS By the House committee on census a favorable report twos ordered on the bill creating a permanent census bu reau. A general Increase of almost fifteen per cent. In the postal receipts at the fifty principal postoffiVes of the United States during December Inst Is shown li: no official statement Just Issued. Representative Kahh of San Francis co has introduced a hill for a tunnel under San Francisco May, permitting the transportation of freight and pas si -Hirers between Son Francisco anil Oakland. Kdward Clark, architect of the Capi tol, died on the Hth Inst., aged seventy-eight years. Mr. Clark came to Washington from Philadelphia and entered upon his duties as capltol ar chitect In J80TS. Representative levering of Massa chusetts has introduced a bill provid ing a salary for ex-presidents of the United States at the rite of S2.i,000 an nually from the dote of retrement from the presidency. The project of giving a national as pect ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 February 1902

Rd River Prospector K ) SO Vol.lt. id w Mcrlco. NT 0. 9TF.VF.NH. Pl'HMRHKR. Seeond-Class Matte ew Mexicu, Potofti Jack YoqriR of Cerro, was in . , town YnutprdRv. Jilio. lil.ii Oscar Hatulilin i vinit.inx his parents at QtiPstn, this week. K ' Jo h C. H. Keen left today for Taos, I day. to upend a win I. or bo with liis sh Everotte Burn was over from . S .li MOST WIIW!) 1 -i1 VILLIAM A Nn F R E I G H H. H.HANKIN8, Manager, I N E. wk proir KATES OK HlliSCRI.'.IO Wwkly, per year. Wwkly, six months ...... Weekly, three month... LOCAL TVininu awl spent a day with his family last week . Jndgtt Hhilds and another iren Ueinnu from Mogca, Colo., innde a vinil to Oabiesto lake section last week on minine; business. The ease of H. Llmneuhurg vs', ? BWly before Win. Floyd, J. J'., last himirtlny. wan ilosulnl in favor of the plaintiff. An appeal was taken t. the district court. U. V. AMxit.t, diattust attorney for Santa Fo aud Tat couutiw, came np last oremuf.; from Ssnta I'V, and is here on m...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 20 February 1902

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR vc I! . RED KIYEU, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THrtwnAY tT3BtTAR5',20, 1902. B. C. ABPOTT & Co. fihlecessova to tTio New Mexico Demands tfc i hood of the r7th'(ongrees. WASHINGTON 1 ETNSH. STATEHOOD. x. PUBLICATION, Poor l'erger. mares. he still ira ni-tht .T3P!I S! Greneral IVIerelianciise A N I) S u M I N E R S PICKS RIGHT. P P L I E S TK MS CASH. The event at the Capitol thisi The Denver Republican spook Week mioht almost lie- turned up n tfood word for the territory. Bid two words, PlillippiuM and' "The advocates of statehood m iiimttei. The Senate has tie rrted NewMexi.o, Arizona and Olaho- t IrUim.st its entire time to the ,,,.! ma have reasons to fee! eucotiraed I at tne favorable aspect of affairs lUnftut S'Rli" Lan I OiIIc, Sun rv, Me Mexico, Out. 11 m.u. Knttfl ni .a fiplwr.tlir. fi; United Mates Pi.ient Norice u-tierehy i;iven, that i.. par. inr.e of Chapter m of Title Thirty t-s of the Reviled S.nfJx-'. of the frnitM Stab s tint John Conies-. ho pot...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 20 February 1902

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, V - NEW MEXICO. Ev n In tlM International perapectlre, the Blotch hut has become greater than the crowned head. Will It be wine r beer at the christening of the German yacht, or Jnat plain saxsapartlla? That PIHp4no general may have been a perfect lady, but war la not a good business for a lady to be in. Mr. Schwab should never forget that he Is held up as a shining example to the young men of America. It hi manifest that Tientsin tangle foot will not permit the military breth ren to dwell together in unity. We hope the government ukase gainst long-haired Indians does not aply to the Carlisle football team. Chile always aoems to be spoiling for a 8ght. It may go up against an antagonist too heavy for It some day. Marconi and Croker are going to Hngland on the same boat the wire less man and the man of many wires. If Slgnor Marconi will get that S to come unmistakably in this shape, $, we may not be as skeptical as at pres ent. Three presidents of the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 20 February 1902

Teddy the Same Old Boy. Senator Bard of California went to the White House the other day to present a constituent. "I want to In troduce to you, Mr. President," he said, "a Rough Klder, who drifted out to California, Mr, James " The senator was Interrupted In his little speech. "Hello, Jim," exclaimed the 1'resldent, "when did you get here? 1 am certainly glad to see you." And lie brought his hand down on Jim's shoulder with a resounding whack. "I want to talk with you, Jim," con tinued the Piesldent. I want you to come up to lunch with me. And, by thu way, Jim," added the President, "bring Bard with you." CcmprenMr,, air fur hireet Cur. Experts claim that compressed air will eventually be the power of the future, supplanting both the cable and the trolley systems. In all lines of Industry we see constant Improvements, but In medicine there Is one remedy that cannot be Im proved on, and that Is Hostetter's Stom ach Hitters. It Is founded on true merit, and will cure Indigestion, dys...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 20 February 1902

Prospector Vol. II. very ThurnUty at i?d ws Countj, New Mexico. IOVT 0 STEVENS. , is Second Clan Matter nt the lvr, New Mexico, Poi-toffice, TEH OF SUBSCRIPTION . ! exk!y, Jxt yoar $1.50 J kl v. six months W 'klv. three month 40 j LOCAL Broiflb Qiihin for sale at the ToSh HR ice. The dance at . D. Midlette was ktteoiled by quite a lar'e croud last S;i1nrday MTeniug. S. M. Mallette who attended j the tax sale at TftOB, last week ; rep irtfl i hat cbfl K LHog was very low B .1. Young and Evertte Ruins came over from TwintOg, Monday, to epeud a few days with their families. Remiinbei tin Dnioa Snnday echool. It meets everv Sabbath morning at iO . M. in the school tin Hding. Wilmot Brown and Harry Helt oE t tie Lillian tunnel were down f r tin Anchor, Simdav and M S day. Rev, W ,T. Wriylit and tntiiily are '-xpected over from Elizabeth town, the last of the week, and to spent Sunday in cump. A leti'T from A. K. Thompson of Taos, reports himself aide to be up bwt states the bad news that...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 February 1902

7 r RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. VOL. II. HED KIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY FEBUARY 27, 1902. HO 28- E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successors to the Greneral Mi-chaiicLise AND Miners Supplies, pices right. tems cash. THE RED RIYER STORE of HEADQUARTERS FOR GROCES AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MARC ATI. Grusciorf 's Mammoth Stoxae. A. fine lino of Boots and Slioes. Hats and Caps. G-ents Clothing and also a L-iarge Line of Ladies and Gents Under Clothing- Our Prices A.re Fair- BSy Wr. Make a Specialty of Mail Orders- Taos, New Mex. POST O'FFXOH STOSU Rooks Drugs, The latest. inaazie for aaie at all nd b: p II when yov waDt anything IN CHESTER ' w- ri r REPEATING re cheap in price, but in price only. " Take Down " guns list at $27X0 end Solid Frame guns at $25.00, but they will outshoot and outlast the highest priced double barreled guns, and they are as safe, reliable and handy besides. Winchester Shot Guns are made of the very best materials th...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 February 1902

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, - NEW MEXICO. The beet sugar men will do their belt to beat An ounce of organization U worth a ton of oratory. Kipling U In South Africa, but he hasn't surrounded any Boers as yet. Chile Is now accused of creating a soldness In the Pan-American con gress. Honolulu maintains a public com mittee whose sole business is to exter minate rats. Once more the British have captured the spot where Oen. Botha was a few hours before. Senator Depew will be compelled to play hookey from most of the midwin ter banquets in Washington. Late advices from Pekln are to the effect that the empress dowager once more has her authority on straight. Joey Chamberlain Intimates very learly that it is not the German vote he Is trying to catch Atlanta Journal. Slxty-slx per cent of the young men of the United States are unmarried. They are brave enough In other re apects. A woman Is suing Russell Sage for 175,000. She will be glad to compro mise for seventy-five cents before the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 February 1902

LATE WASHINGTON NEWS AND CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Rrferetnry Hoot lin called the atten tlon of OonjrroB to tho need of pro viding for the tlfty companies of riiil Ipplne scouts, comprising about 5,(KK) men. A deficiency appropriation Is re quired of $01.1,000. The proiKmitlon to dispose of tho TJnited State transports and to depend upon private steamship corporations for the transportation of troops In the fultire does not meet with very general approval In Congress. Secretary Long has detached Rear Admiral Wildes from his present duty as commandant of the Pensucola navy yard and ordered him to relieve Rear Admiral Louis Kempff, the juuior squadron commander on the Asiatic station. The House committee on coinage has acted favorably on the bill appropriat ing $200,000 for establishing a branch mint at Tacoma. Washington. The general purpose of this new branch is to give added mint facilities for the gold and silver coming from Alaskn. The comparative statement of the government rece...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 February 1902

t Prospector Vol. II. I ' ' id Kvery Thurndmy at Jted It) a) , Ta o Count, New Mexico. 1 ArUIOSIT C. STEVENS. IVm.lSHER Entered a Second-Class Matter at tho Rut! River, New Mexico, Pontoffice. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION- Weekly, jer year $1.50 Tfcs-kly, six months 75 TvVckly, three months .. AO LOCAL. Brnmo Qui-.iine for sale at the Postoffiice. H.wiy Helt is spending a few d'iyp nt Twining. Rememberr the entertainment next Friday afternoon. Louis Lnnardoof Elizsbethtown, was a visitor iu Red River last Sal urdny. W, A . Gardner last week, re uirvd a bran now 25-35 Winches ter Repeating Rifle. II. Keen has been sumnions to appear at Santa Fe next months hb a l. S. juryman. R. W, Perm leaves today for .Santa Fe to attend U- S. District Court as irand juryman. Boys should remember it is- nor. manly to break windows or throw rocks at one another. Gov. Oero has appinted L. F HtrnWiti of Questn, a Notoiy Public in and for Tiios county. Captain and Mrs Emmons litis tb' Hvmpathy of the Prohpect...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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