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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 January 1900

RSI VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1900. NUMBER 6. tats SS2bjwRSfflHfMaaaTaTHsa las FIGHT ATJLADYSMITH. British Los3 In Battle 87? Killed and Wounded, General Bailer Seized Village of Pont on Trjfela River. Germfny Declines to Sell War Material to BHher EniUnd or Transvaal. Q0I5T AT IAH D0M1H0O. London, Jan. 12 The war office an nounces British casualties at Ladysmlth January 0, among tho rank and file, were 135 killed, 212 wounded. Lad; Methuen ti tut Issued absolute con tradlotlon of the rumors that Lord Mo thnen la 111 or wen Injur! Iij the falling of a horse nt the battle of Mngersfontelu. IIULLEH'B MOVKM2.ST14 Londot:, Jan IX Apart from the deQ nlte now that General Duller attomptcd a second attack to cross the Tugela rlrer, the only news H a list of casualties ntnong the British ofilcers In ths llRht at Lad-smith last Saturday, Jantrtry 0 h, showing thirteen billed nud twenty seven wounded. Anion; the Utter w,n Lfeu. Col. Wm Hour Dlek-Couynham, V. 0....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 January 1900

MR liUtiliRS it McCltKltil.T. ITHMBtlhtUI BUlKWIliniON lUTRfl. Veeir. - s.w AtOUQUKUQUK, JAN 19, iwo List month the publla debt wm cr croiJfd 15,701,811 1 HB enterprising town of Bland is building n new school house. This city can do wonder for Itself It something beneficial U done every day. Tub population of tin city of New York Is eatltna'ed at three and a halt mllllono. Tin British In South Africa wet with another repulse yesterday at a place called Qamstree. CcsToaa receipts In Cuba tMt year -.mounted to $16,000,000, or 2,000,000 more than the titltuate, Thk f orernment of Mexico refuses to admit the Balratlon army. The "nrmy" ooght to be able to stand this If Mexico can. The Banta Ke Railroad company will pat everybody in thli city In it good humor by beginning work on that pro poed new depot. Mxuuxcs of the city council claim that tho city has no authority to pass or dtnancm regulating the closing ot bus iness bonnes on Sunday. AT present eastern New Meilco Is nn Almost uninh...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 January 1900

"""HrnriM - , i. QtiAu " TilfT Tt ui euirnrjiu. inrtsgiis, tie Wfl ur.n Pi Mai em. grand tnarsruli Charlea Grande, IT. ...I. If (1 1 . ill . . . i'lmwiiHii ii, i'ruineiii, txecn- 1 vo commltt-. Immediately aflrthn rifoiionoi oinw.ina meeting resolved Icselt Into a social club, unci muoh eni-tr. 0.0 Clark, a popular citizen o t Blind, "'J1 "Ml"'?1 n h k lh? . mb (f In the oltv to day, rer Istered at the f.L"11"1 lr,,Di" 'or ?eral hour. A Grand Canu..f ' 1 In-ah retted, speeches were made. aua ins very bet or reeling among the liota Monday's Only' Hon. L. A. Hughes, of Santa Fe, Ii Mm-ng tbe late arrivals At .turgea' Kuro Kx-Mavnr F. W. Clancy and wife. to 21ISll0, Were at rTanu F then? wk. rotururd n)"nbfrB P loins cm nisi na:uraay i 11)1, F. A. Cramer, wlfa and son, from Ro MUt Niw Y rk. Are In th oil; nod can vo iuuii'i m uie iioiBi uigniami. tha t TwcfO il and Smtk tour Uf. Amy, To quit Ulieo eally and fomer. bamr aetie lull of lit, nerts and vior, uk NoTo Use tUjwnbderwortirr. th...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 January 1900

SEK! AI.BUQORRQUK, - JAN 13. WCO Ptom Wednesday's Dally, lawyer 8. II. Qlllttte returned (torn BnU Fa Utt night. Tho rtgoltr serat monthly bop will be hikUtlna ComniircUl olab thlitviti tog. Alfred Grauifeld, wife and daughter, Will leaVi tblserenlac far New York and Boiton. Misses Dlnho and tflorencs Alsynrt) Itlll at Pomona, Dal., visiting at tin botes of & 0. PiUtr. ntta Granger, who ha been mining In tbe Klondike country of Alaskai Is ex peoted to reach Albuquerque to-night. Don J. Hankln, of the Southwestern Brewery and loe company and It. Klreter, of cigar maoufnotur'ng fame, left this morning for illand. John 8, Trimble sent up to Qlorletta this morning halt & doien workmen, who will go to work on vY. L. Trimble A Co.'a railroad contract nt that point. Count? CommlcsMner K. A. Ultra and IgnseloQutlerrrt left for their respec tive bomra tills afternoon, the former for Cuba and tbe latter for Las Corralles. Pedro A. Castillo, a wall-known cltlctn of Dernatlllo, was In t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 January 1900

1 1 VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. NUMBER 7, 1i Is is . or d. H). lt fd. KB, rl ara lb mi Ho llcf 4. .1 libit Hid 6MD tint fetid. e,d ie u block Town lfin me ((Ink ieint. U.and Ut p. t&rt. jyeda llO ar Klou ranger -eating ho baa old, be f a ill r much with ', tnw tour il rsr'wlll l(o nod return iud tlli c. ot 0. I tOWD. si New remain Bjttger In Now 1 from mouths ioi with General Boiler Advances on the Boers at Ladysmitb, British Shell the Doer Trenches All of Yesterday. la Skirmish Yesterdey a Detachment Boers Lost Twentj Killed. ot DXATH C? OiHESAL WAlRtH BUMOXID. London, Jan ID. H wan rumored on thn stock exchange this morning that after e'ttenu houro fighting Ladysnillh had been Mlevsd and Geueral Warren had ben kj ld Nothing was obtained, however, tiding to vsriry tits rumor, and It had uo appreciable effect on tlio Blocks, BKVRIIK oKIHMIMI. London. Jan 19. -General ilutter tele graphed the war olllca from Bpoartimn'H carup, under date of los...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 January 1900

HUqiiKS jk MccttKiQ'iT. rpiiuattium BUWCKIITIOV IUTEH ALIlUQUKHQUK, JAN tUCO Till natural tread of event in a few year will nuki It poMlblo for lbuqarr que to own 1(4 ga, water, eUetrlo light ad utroet sar utlUtlf. Th olty will re forced to own and control Its public utilities to encape lb sred ot the cor poraMoni. , Tiik SMerro Ohlcttaln hat chanced hande, Omnent lllghtower having Bold the paper to C. T. Drown audothera. Professor Drake, ot the Befool ot Mlnea, will bare editorial eharge It l the ln tendon ot the new ownera to greatly Im prove the papr. Tnx Low Lino Irrigating Canal com pany wilt apply to morrow before Judge Qrntupaoker at Santa Ke (or tbe ap pointment ot commissioners to oondemn tbe lands proposed to be ttken and used (or ditch purposes between the San Kellpe and Banta Ana Indian puebloe. At present the population ot Cuba la divided broadly Into three olasethe business and professional men, whose whole Interests nre In a stable, Just gov ernmentttbe peone.or labor...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 January 1900

4P A ' Ill jf ttf ttlf ' From Monday's Dillf . Judge J. W. Crumpacker, who waiat flanta Fe as a member ot tbo territorial taprtms court, cnme home lout night. Hod. Helll B. Field, who was In Santa Fe, where he had strsrel Important omm bifore tbn territorial supremo court, re turned to the city lait night- Judge Btambury, who has been north on baslnees conntoted with the eelUe nenl of Indian depredation claim, re turned 1 1 the city last nlgttt. Capt. Chcsebro, superintendent of the Bland mill np In the Oochltl dlttrlct, dime In trom tbe north Uit night and la topping at Btnrges' Knropean. Frank Klrater, the cigar tnintifaoturer, and Don J. Karikln, ot the Southwestern Brewery and lee company, returned to tbe city last night (rotn a business trip to Blaud. H.J. tUmr, prominently Interested In tbe firm ot A. H. MeOaffey X Co , Ij etlll In the olty. Atler remaining here eev eral day longer, he will ooutlnue north to Kansas City. J. II. O'lttelly and Tally MeKlnley, reprnontlng the Vut...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 January 1900

Ai.imgiJKHqUK. jan an. ivoo from Wcdnraday'a lUilr. The baby of lln. F A. HubWtl la retorted seriously III. Hon. Nell! II. Field. (h attorde, left thle morning rot Santa Fe. Attorney Gergs V Johnston was a ptsaeogn tt Sn K tbli morning. Uri. John Newlamli.who wai very nick with pneumonia, li leportod slowly re covering. A itnge war I on At Thornton and the fare It to low that It Is much cheaper to rlilo than walk. llobert McDonald, formerly o( Cerrll I os, la lu thn slty, aud nll prubably re main horn indrllnltely. Prof. Wm. Jenks, the Coohltl dlntrlot aasayer and mine operator, Is In the city on a visit to his wife and daughter. The Pa.Klon l'lay company, now tip north, will play lu this city Wednesday, Thurvdiy and Friday evenings of next week. Usury Kselnper and his daughter, Mis. W. Ilntler, came In from Las Vegas last night and are registered At the Bturges Karopean. Abraham Kfmponloh, the well-known Peralta general merchant, Is In the city to day, interviewing the local wholes...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 January 1900

tSSttma Cxtxm VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. NUMBER 8. m & I Discriminations Alleged in Pa?or of Standard Oil Company. Manila Military Men Report the Philippine War About Over. American Trosps and Nary Making Splen. did Campaign la Luzon. JOM. CBBW XATII IT CAXRKAU. Washington, Jan. 2flr-Tue senate com mittee ouroiumeroe to-day gave a hear log to representatives of h number of i business organizations throughout the country in aupp ri of a bill to amend the Interstate commerce law. Tim Qrat atata tuent hu uiad by Frauk Harry, Milwau kee, secretary of the National Mlllern As sociation, accredited represenlaMveot the Natloual Leagui ot Industrial Attocla tlons, IIh commended tho p-MKlltitc bill, saying that It Imd beu framed with a view ot doing J iHlica to both shipper and carrier. Ha condemned the present law, aaylng that II had become Impotent and valualnw nnd thtt Interstate commerce ooraruleslon was nothliiK more thun a moot ootirt. In reply t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 January 1900

Mty mm 11U0IIKS & MoCHKIOIlT, I'UHMBIIMM HVimciiitnrio.v rums. .. 8.0 ALBUQUKBQUK, JAN. 27. IWX) Til it state ot Kiuia hi n oil loipec Hon iaw .that brings Into the. tttnto treas ury $1,000 per month. The Silver City KaterprUe hufoaad an houest wan lu Uraut county, atd edl torlatly mentions the fact. Tub Santa Ke correspondent o( the Lu Vegas O,)llo has uuearlhed what appeait to be n wholesale traal o i Ilia city treas ury. Txxas Is tha greatest pecan nut-grow Ing state lu the union. It proJuoea two thirds of the pecan nuta that are mar keted Bv ilia eml ot the preeent year the United States navy will be twice aa strong tut It was with the beginning of the war with Spain. Til it thorough cleaning out of Insur gents In southern Luton la going for ward eo rapidly that another week or two ought to tee tun inhabitant thereof ftll amlgos. It wm a republican who made the gun piny at Frankfort, Ky , and killed three men and wounded three other. It la not bo certain now that the deinocr...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 January 1900

From 8turdy a Daily. 1 Louie (Inert lbs big wool dealer on west lUiir-ii.il ursolic, shipped sevral crl08(li ct wool to af ttrn markets thin morning. Whltnev Gitnainr hare been awarded the coatraot to luiWIt a hot water iii lata of heating (or bath roome at tbt In Man aehwl. B. W Djdge, a Dnt clMo Job and news bapor printer, who waa employe! on Tub Uitiskn 8oni9 ttnio Bgo, Is In the city, fcmlwlll accept a position again on this paper, Several revenue Inspector are In the city today and they tire not mining tbo lltjuor hon m the metropolis. Dottlra that need rcvenua stamps should bo at tended to at once. tbo Kstrella society of the New Mexico UhlVerslty int at UIm flllmore'e studio last night, and the programme as pub Hahed In tits Citizen of yesterday after noon waa carried oct. The father of F K. Heliionr, who died Thursday nigh', arrived last nljcht, and wilt leare to-night for Preston, Iowa, taking the remains of hU eon with Mm for burial at his former home. The building committ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 January 1900

,vti st)j . wsi ALUOQPKRQUK. - - JAN 27. WO n.m Wednesday's Dully. John II. mingle, attorney, IsatUeten to-dev on legal matters, will return thin afternoon. The granite stone (or the walk across iUltroad avenue at the Intersection of Beeond street I being laid to day. The Jaffa Grocery company baa ben rather short of It regular help, aa Ur. Jaffa and Hugh Trotter bare been on the nick lint (or a week. Tbey are both Ira proving, Mrs. M. McCrelght, the No. 813 neat ttallroad avenue milliner, la arranging to Irate (or the east on a purchasing tonr. BheexpwU to leave abouttheflret ot Febrcary. Hon. Alejandro Bandoral, the Herna ndo oonnty member ot the territorial board of equallxatloa, la In the city from tits home at Bandoral i likewise Assessor J. U. fUnJoYal. Ur. and Mrs. Oeorge Kraser are rejolo tng over the arrival of a baby daughter that appeared Monday msrnlng to cheer and bless the happy borne of Hits well known couple Mm. Hawkins, wife of the operator at the Western Union. Is ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 February 1900

SEeciiln mm. VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1Q00. NUMBER 9. Coy. Taylor Refuses to Allow Anj One id State House, Kentucky Delegation Object to fed eral latci fercoce la tiie State. WtMUktr, Lhaigd Wlltt SbootlDRGKbtl, Uktn 10 Louisville, LKGISHTDR to Mint at lOHDoa. Frankfort, Feb, 2. Governor Taylor Itttft inoiiiiijg omeied thai uobody should bo aHwltted iu di capltol grouims uuder any oirt'U'ttMniiO- Passes were uksu up wheu piriibd, 'Mm object of id new order n i- pi-rent ariycivuian (mui tsrviug mi) larftti lifters upon turn li In the liiv-utiiiii if tlii) demierats to se cure nn wijunotl m at 10 o'mork to mar row nmrniug. restraining Governor lay lor from tnrf-rtitc la an; way wi li the in-fMU;ai( .tin K-Kli.utUtetttlll el J Ulilliu him and Lieutenant Governor M ir-lml itvm exerctstug 1(10 fuuclloiis of Mute ofll turn. Tusm i 11 j cmuee whattVT that eer Tire cii hmmI' d on Taylor, an (ha nx 00a ive bin ilu.g n uliuied by eeutrie uiil Hie n.ir ! nittni...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 February 1900

MM "S3 HUflliBB A MlCHKIOIIT. PuiiuanKlta mm.. I.i . in. i . i UtMCMIITION 1UTM. i i" ALBUQOKHqUK, - - KKD. a, 1UW Tiik choice o( evils coutront huniauliy ever day. Thk British peeple are beginning to realise that the; bars run up against k hard proposition. TilK Deuvar TlaiN says that "Clark's Montana senatorial to; a ought to bo a Loault as It It estimated to have coat 12,009,000." Tiir 8auta Ke rallroml company could make mono b; giving the merchant c? this ult better freight rates on the Banta V 1'ooltlc road. Tim case of Congressman Kobarts, ot Utah, la a conspicuous Illustration of the fad that the American ujnie still hu n treuieuilous Influence la American poli tico. In a dlvorco case at Chicago a man testified that his wife was sutjKi to "iiunK Ute." He bIioiii i i. .. iim iu a "tjuaoK aMwi iuietl ui it u vxet lawyer. Tub Son Hranotseo Post say that "Senator Ulark might thrnw a little light upon the turehtlgsilon b telling the seualrj new much hi seat In sou grewi realty om...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 February 1900

fiom Sturdy"t Dill. Cept LAW Sawyer, direct from Denver, I. in the dlly to day. Attorniy Q. W Johnston, who wis at Binia Fe for pev r t dayt wi legal bus iness 0 .unrated w.ili the supreme omit, came bum Imt ulitht. Thf et i ij'.mt nupetlatfrn'cntof the NewMexleo penitentiary, 0. L. Merrill with In wlf,U stopplug for a she:! tline In San D egc, Cal. Slit; one pasaeugera for southern Cal ifornia cities passed through the terri torial cnttiopolls to day on the limited pawergT tram mat bound, Misses Mitel lluut and Lonlre Saint, two popular yoaug ladles of the city, hare gone to Helen to visit with their friend, U s-t Annie Becker, over Sunday, Charles v. Kektrt, the Las Harrlu miner, who was hero the past two days on ft villi to till elsters, returned to his mining camp near Bernalillo this morn log. Chief Jntlc Mills came In from Santa Ke taut night, beloit met at the depot by lion. V. A. Hubhell. The chief Justice returned north on the N'j 2pi8ngor train, Hi, Otero, of Santi Ve, Is ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 February 1900

IPO frtitti Wednesday faailv. iVwf. b--ih, rrM rtmrxMMi.TMA, 19 It twetity mi i hm rojtti Ml bxtrgaV KUtVtMRH. 0 iRUinkur, Mm h try the terrl Hen. T A. KlalMl, district nttorney of thtyri'iife.UMtMf(, was n passenger for Banva He (hi morning. iVn.'vV. ft. ObPdeie. Unlteo States at tettiej fur N. w M- hoc, Wii a passenger for 8nia K '.'an morning. 0. V. Crosby who presides at the coot t heme as nritut district fleik.ls Uld up fer repnirs. lib Is nufTerlug with quinsy Mr. M. ft. Smith, from Kingman, Art sonrt, Is en a visit to New Mexico's me tropolle. fae has n room at the Oranl Central. Mk Genevieve I'eters and Miss Julln II. wetor, two ladle reeking health, are nt the llBtol Highland reUtcrd from City of Medio. Judge Grumpoeker went tip o Santa Ko l&xt night to Hit with tlio supreme court. letter wi there will be a ieislon nt AtWHjUf njrp. Charles 1. Nicholson nod wife and MtM Kate HadelM, rpt i mn from 1'inHnml Mill I d . are iu tue on, and are at the Hotel HUhl ml. Mre. ii K....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 February 1900

xtxmx sast VOLUME ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. NUMBER 10. 10. usees: 1F a I 1 I Boers Attempt to Drive British from a Hill, General Mcthuen Driven Back to the flodtler Rfrer. Arnnred Train and 3,000 British Troops hctrcat (rem ChtevetST. ALL PAT riOBT OH TBB TBOILA. Moodeektrg Drift, Feb, 0 The Boers yesterday wade a determined attempt to drive the liritlsh from h hill command log the drift. Mounting two seven, pounder at tha northern extremity they shelled the position intermittently the whole day. Tim Heaforth Highlanders gained n position on the rorky summit and kept up rt sustained rilla fire, but Buffe ed somewhat from the Haer' alien ing. A battery wa sent and succeeded In slleuolug the Doer lire. In the meau white tvjo companies of Argyle High landers advanced along t . plolu In a westerly dlnctton und found the Doers eutrenched In n small drift. A eharp en gagement followed, lasting III whvle day, General MaeOjnald now only rt quires auill ilent troo...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 February 1900

S3 wmm & iTcCftmoflT. rrjfly stcmi'Tirix lr year rUTR. ,.5:1 AI.HUqtJKIigUK. - - FKH 10, IV 0 wileh I dolntt THr wrvle for the ohlef Industry of this rlatt. Nnw Mex In hM great df pwllH of sold. silver, cop per and iron, wltleh ar- ily awAKIng tin infn or lh fMsllai i In yd lop tnui. Mill lnt?titet ifciiijeffiwl. Nrw l X Vt'ttl pf Hll Hllh ff C Yfllold ftr inreww.t tf mr-i. c mint I. Arritii i.l'Hs. There hM been appointed n pptctnl comtulsslea to report on the ruins of the cliff-dwellers In tho vlrrlnlty of Muucos nml Uort, Colo , and also near Axtec New Mulee, with the idea ot reserving the lamls hs h ilwtal patk. The notion tin ben taken m a result of nn agita tion in Colorado fer the protection of these rutiM against vandal telle hunters. Bourn ot the best preserved rnlnn ham teen ruthlessly entered bjr cutlo hunters, who hare broken through walls nml roofs nmlearrted away thfl relies. It would be wise to have these r til no guarded by the government, so that they oati be In...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 February 1900

VY. I i ""iMirimfri hi - x3 l-'ium 'ftturday Dally. Iraon Nti.la It. the Lo Lutini rsii- ml raerchout, In in the city to-ititj. ftgred. Shaw, of Patkerabtirg, West Vlr- rjiiiia, id in trio cur na win remain Here li&Uniteiy. Li. 11. Olitelte, junior member of the Inw rta o' Frrjuwioii Jt G.ilette. returned Ifrotn Bauu fu latiilbt. Born, this numilug, (o Professor and m J, Wewz ri, a (tun biw bur. Mthr and ehli'l sre doing well. 'ement idwnlk are needed on south leeoml ntirt MUib Tnlrd street, Ths WMJks on theio mrreU nra In dilapidated condition. F. Milton Johnson, tho well-known iberliit-ii'PM ot the blc Albemarle IHillifl nud will iiroixTtlea In ths Cochltl district, In In the our t-day. A. K. Kalzensllne. ttotirlntor or Ilia i bottlltifc works at Kocorto, left this morn In (or till homo utter transacting busl ines iu uio cuy ;or a lew uaye. Abraham KtmipHiloh. Itn well known and popular Kcherni merchant of IVralto, Valencia county, In In thn nit) to-day. He reports hi (taction...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 February 1900

23 Ai.iitquKngt k. FKH 10. tpro From ThmMtey'i IHily A, It. i.eMI!ln rMHHji (rem th capi tal elty lnt availing. Hob. N il KIM left la.t Bight m a bnMuwai trip to fllHHd. 0. 0. rVatao lewrMAt snfflQlenilf from b ewe wW te ge Hi Snntn Fe this morning. T. n. Catron Is In the city to day Mil; lug an ths kraal nierabera of the lecal profession. Loots User, the west ilnllrend avenns wool nierehant, hns returned (rem n bus iness trip to Besbsu. Lewi 0. Xert Is In tti etty ngnln, nf ter sojourning lit the (llorlnltn mountain for a couple of week. John A. IN, ths traveling engineer, vtm an Itioemtng passenger from the Mendowfllty last night. Bummers llurkhart. who was op to Bantn Ke the early part of the week, came In on No. 1 last night. D. I'. Jones, of the mercantile estnb llshtnent at Madrid, la around cslllng on Ills friends In the olty to-day. Capt A. ii Fuller and wife, of Fort vYIngal, were among the arrivals In the city lait night from the west. W. A. Drake was In the city to day ca...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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