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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 February 1900

VOLUME 10. 'Pit U v wis not lived op to bets Id Warning ton and other Motions ot the oonnlry, It had been grossly violated during the last campaign In Ohio, he eld. when th federal officeholders nil ow the country were appealed to for roods for that cam paign. "Does the gentleman eay that was not done under the Cleveland ad. ministration?" asked eome one on the re publican aide. "Never," replied Fits-gerald. KlUrerald charged that the death of moat ot the Maseaohnsetta soldiers dnr. I ln tha ftnanfah mr n,ln. l. .11.. . Atterlean txprditlea Leave nialla for contracted on aooount of tne InemdenoT Case of Goieroor of Kentucky Argnea dj toe Attorneys, nonneai, tne New York Woman Poisoner to Be Executed. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. .... , , , .rtjg; , KSTClUTiOS VSSJSCltA. Qcorgetown, Ky., Feb. HJ.-Colonel Breckenrldge, ex Governor Bradley, Judge Yost, Helm Bruce, Captain Swee ney, attorneys for the republican, and 1. K. Ilendrlz. nob Franklin, JauiM An drew Bo...

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. — 17 February 1900

9 . , . HtJOllKS & MeCHKIOHT, BVitsaitrrioN Puily Citirin. ptryetf . Weealy. " ' .. .,. mm. m ALHlQUKItqtJK, - - FXB. 17. WO To repent li to turn. To go on otUt Tiia!OtflMttlafctbiIynch law may becomi neowaty termors law and or Ar In Lju Vagal, Tfrti'UWtTtttt,QWwW at imil r'rUhlntar'wdtry Mississippi la awitttfrHthwn etata to be pltUd, ' In the riibntb of Defcetabor t.MOWtf applied tor enlistment In the United Bteteaarrv and i.&M-wrJta aooartadk .'Tun iriottoon the great walof-Htu-to fry w4ta to be aomettilngef a talfflt. tVa "UilttWi wawUrnVUlvided we fall.' "Wlttf'iiiora thSn W'tofl.ttx) tou stall aBW'rallKBfHuty.neiB Htm I dot llaWiWalsturWjU by dreams' o'fa fflr jiu'.. iUi.i-iu.-i , VIKU II1IMIVM. wll bold a c6aeq(Iotf on Felruiiti 27, to eendleWntea to the terrttWloL con vention, ajf Bscorro, TJiMjlfBWVo rttopatebte JWtenUH told o.t aewal llrltleh dtts M.w3 vet be nteeagary (or a lirltlth tltt, a protect the troop at tape town. FuKfflfiuWbiiWiihi' Wll ht'fbeprl Diaries....

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. — 17 February 1900

B 9f Atterser T. Jfr Wnkeriittt wlMIt uif a hoit time lit old borne In the stats of MlMOBri. - ' 0. T, Brows, the ptotHlAntttUnliig tsan from Bocorro, Is transacting, bun- nest in iiw viir ra-asyt . J. W, Miliar and wife wtra passengers from the west last night, Mr, Miller is too iMtion twin Minna, . 0 tor as P. riiiiv, cf I'UUbutfnP ion of Kdwaw pitvt arrived Wtdnitdoy even ICJt, A VI31I 10 DIB tBMlICUS. , KsoawtrW. K. Pdrkhnrit, of the" Kqaifnblo Lite InitirtuiC. company. cam boas from We Wfaterfl trip last nhl. Tha WJtbdi of Mr?, qitlDO tt, Batido. Vol will be pleased (0 feltn. tbat ebe )la rapidly recoTertDi! truss e. t triors spoil U leanest. . W. L. Layton arrived last night and placed the vordt Hot Spring, Kn., after till name oa me router of tb Hotel Highland. j IU W. 8. NegtH, formerly eoHstfoted Wltlu tho JtutunlLlfe iauranc(T4otn paAriTiipnrirriMtta,:jirr1ted lUe bicjr im night. , , 15 -f K. JAl Allen, iuparfatena'ent alfflht looeXIadlan eeheol, who was In tvjab ington," ...

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. — 17 February 1900

a AltiUQUKRQUB, - - FKH. 17, IPUQ f rom Wtdatsdey'a Dally. F. W. owner ti In Bar ' Fa on protea plonst tmslbeM. M.F. Myers, of the flrra ot Myers Smith, toe Uland reataurunteura, came down liorn tha north last evening. H, Weiton, who has been la the city for lbs tut raw dayi, wu north bound pamaner on the tetly morning trulu. u. J, Mteon, engineer ot tbe Benham mw mill east of Bland, led for ths north thl morning utter e Ttall In tbe oltjr for A few da;. Regular review ot Alamo Hire, No. 1, L. u. X. M., this ereulug, February 14, at Udd Fellows' lull, at 7.30 o'clock sharp, Miua Corson, It, It. Judge John BUnabury waa a south bound passenger for Socorro this morn log, there to open his oourt In Indian depredation olatms. George Kephart, the btulneea manager of the Cocnltl Mercantile company at Albemarle, waa an Incoming passenger from the wealthy district last even ing. Qovernor M. A. Otero accompanied hla wife, sen and - Miss La line m tar as this city on itiair extended trip to Ua...

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. — 24 February 1900

jvM tit xtxpx ttJCHptt VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. NUMBER 12. Constant Eogagemeuts la the Hills About Ladjsmltb, Brcrs Holdluj Their Trenches Under Terrific Fire. Fire or Plfij ntr Gnni on General CrooJt's Army, BCUSft ASTAXCiao 01 iADTIKITR. Uoofsllasger, LadyiniUb, Feb. 21 There wai hear lighting all Monday and Tuesday and It Mill continues elnoe early thla morning. Oar officer hope to dislodge the Biltlsh from their position. Last night a body of British troops tried to crow the river, but were beaten back with hoary loss. Onr loss slight. ALAM1KI. Lourenxo Marquet. Delagos Bay, Feb. 22, The Transvaal gorernment Is re ported seriously alarmed over the defeat ot the Boers at Klmberloy, and the re treat ot General Cronje. Tho news papers are most reticent, but the Stand ard and Diggers News claims that Cronja's movement Is beneficial, at It In creases the mobility ot the bnrghers attar, enabling It to conduct more effective operations on a caref...

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. — 24 February 1900

ft1 TO HUl.ilKa ,t McQliKlOHT, rtinMHiiKTUleomitythenUnwit fairness has In the - BUitSKnupnoM run). itr Cltlzrn, I'M JfMt ,VerVly, " " .. Sioo ' ALDUQUKHQUK, Tiik Herald nrgei the Incorporation of Bland. Lkh Vixus Is agitating the MtanlUh tnent ot a woolen mill. Aoouuux) appears to have crawled into a cave of oblivion and palled the bole in after bim. No wonder Andrew Carnegto thinks next Saturday. That convention will poverty Is a blewlng. A poor man Is elect fourteen delegates to atteud the never ened for Sl,00O,000. territorial republican convention at Ac tum Is an appropriation In tbo army corro, March 17, at which time sli dele bill of $35,000, to bring bodlea otall gates and six alternates will bs cbosib civilian employes from Cuba. to Attend the national republican oon- i- I. ..i t . t.m lil t. I.,t.t,,1 InlveniiOD, wuicu wwcuiuiin iu iuuwii At, o piaava h isia tviii uv m a wt m w t lhft Kenluokr leelalature oflerlna a r. ward of $100,000 tor the elaer ot Goo bet. Tits Las Ve...

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. — 24 February 1900

MHrtiv t Dilv. ujNrcams fro frnm la. I ton Miss Ann Tur, Jetta on a shopping1 tour. Mrs. Flynu has aoceptcd b position as nurie at tat lupian icdooi. eatviyor George II. Pradl. of tgtins, wm a yf ugrr irtm tus wen ywter day. t Kr Gray And U. B, Djdae, pleu&tit people (rout Handla. ate among ins lata unriM ta mi city, .r. Lindsay ana wife arrived la the city jMterdT and are the guesta ( AgBUt UUIIJ, .11 U reported that the borer ot the elr dtore ot Ciptaln Iloraer ou Second atreet, I And; Adanii,tbe popular young railroader. Baggage Muter Terrence McNulty dm teuderrd tits resignation at lbs de pot, and will Devote bti euergtti to a more lucrat Ire position- Balph Smith, whu repreeented (he American Bonding and frtwt Co., ot New York, who was In the city tor a day or two, left for the nrrtii I ait night. lion, Bel Lane, who has been In Banta Pe for the past few days, arrived In the city last night and met Governor Mur phy, who rm entente to Washiogtou. J. 8. Kaipp, formerly a resi...

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. — 24 February 1900

EJ 1M0 From Wednesday 't Dally. Joshua 8. Ilayuolds Is down from Ihn Meadow Oily (or n brief visit. 0. M. Jouoe, of Pueblo, lehere consult log with fain numerous patrous. Mrs. Winifred u. J;ues, of La Vegas, U here, a guest at the Unuid Central. D. A. Bhope earns from Wlaslow yeater day and placed tila noma on the Highland register. T, U.Juntlell arrived last night from Montgomery, III,, and Is registered nt the Kuropeau, P. IL Imsm, of Aiti Kork, Arltoua, was nil Incoming passenger from the neat last night. A. 0. Hooker, wife, T. L. M. Binltu and M, Anthony, ot Chicago, aro late at rivals nt the bturges. Hon. John Btanebury, United States attorney, of Washington, D. a, la among tho distinguished visitors who arrltiHl In the city last ulght. ilia. K. Kleary and Mr. C. 11. llerndon bare arrived from Springfield, III., and are eujoylng the balmy air aud sunshine of New Mexico. They are guests at the Highland. Mrs. Ksra u-uMellraan end two beauti ful little daughters will arrive In the...

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. — 3 March 1900

Slice ki EH VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. NUMBER 13. us aaae Gen, Boiler's Army Entered the Besieged City. Gen. Clements Enters Colesbere and Receives Dip Reception. Doers Atltck Brltlia Defense! at Maftklnr and Are Repulsed. TBaBSYaAI ABMISJ ItTSKATtKO. London, March 1, It Is oQlclally an nounced that Ladysmith la relieved. Oeneral Bailor cabled today; "The country between me and Ladysmith la reported clear of the enemy. I niu mov ing on Neltborpe." New of the relief of Ltuljsinlth was received with more enthusiasm than any previous event of tho war. Flags were Immediately hoisted on the hotels and other buildings and Bollnr'n success wok received everywhere with the heartlfttt satisfaction. The lord mayor of London Immediately telegraphed his congratula tions to Generals White and Holler. Whet the queen received the news at Windsor castle, bells on the curfew tower of the castle were ruug In honor of the erent. The war office received the following d...

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. — 3 March 1900

iftiQIIKB A McCitklOilT. rmisiiisiio euiwcniniox iutm. CIMsen uVir. " fwyett 8.00 .. 3.09 ALUUQUKHQUK, MAHOU 3, IWQ IT would probably be the twit thing to do to remove the military posta from Tia. Tunis colored eoldlere are under ar rent at Kl 1'mo, Merged with killing a police oQlcer n few days ago. Wiurr there la a will there la always A way, and oun must bo provided (or the building of that Coal rwenno viaduct. Tub government of Japan oonduoUi a n coal Uilm, two copper tulniw, one Iron and two silver mines, employing a, alt perMus. Ir luerto Hlca cannot be made a part of the United Mate, the people of the Inland ahould b given an Independent government. Tub Denver 1'oaUayns The average salary paid to Methodist preachers In the United BUte Is f 173 a year. "Whom the Lord loveth He obaateuelb." Tub hardest task the weather olerk of New Mexico hits to do Is to Inculcate the habit of raining. If he could only teach the habit, the reet would ooiue eaay. Tukub Is peace lu Kentucky last...

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 March 1900

from Saturday's Dally. Andy Home, of Bland, li Inthe city on ft) bUlttSS tin u Fred Herman, ths carysater, la laid op With aeavere case ot rbaamatiara, X. K. Stone is hart from Qulncy, Illl Doti, enjoying vlilt la the eunny oil mate. Job. Olbo, ths well-known Bernalillo merchant, wai an errlrcl In ths olty last night. V. K. Powell la n wlnalow gentleman, Who registered tt tbe Kuropean tut night. 0. P. JonM arrived from Bland last evenlug.and la flatting with hla family in the on;. Ktqalpula Baoa earns down from ths Village ot Pans Blanoa hut night on bust ness matters, Richard Pohl was among ths arrlrala from Deiea thli morning. Us is stopping At the European. Alex. Bowls, one ot Gallup' prominent business men, arrived last night and la stopping at ths Kuropean. Contractor W. W. Strong Is patting up an elegant brick dwelling for J. li. Btoward on west Coat arenas. Mr. Whltlag, United States commis sioner, arrlred on ths earl train last night from a uorthern business trip. Hon. Sol. ...

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. — 3 March 1900

ALIlOQUKllQUK, - MAKCH 3, HH)U Front Weduedy Duly. Dr. U. K. Lnkens come In Horn Lngutia last evening. Will. L. Trimble was aa Incoming pas senger (rotn lllnud last night. H. Wceton was ntuoug tlio Illandltes wlio came Uowu to the olty last evening. Mrn. (toman Homero, of Lns Vegas, In visiting with frieuds and relatives m Al buquerque h. Kotnpenloh In moving tits big stock of dry gooda into his new store ou Hull ruuU avenue. Hou. Krnuk A. Uubbell left on tub early tnuruiug train on a business trip to Ihe capital uuy. W. J. Uanuaspeut yesterday In the metropolis, returning 10 his home in Ban Maroial ou the tutduight train. Herman Has relumed luat night from the uortn aud resumed his duties at Hie xnos. KeleUer wholesale esiatillahuieut to-day. lter.Uoorgo V. Ilrewer ha gone to Trtutdad, wuere he will assist In u series ot special aerviees In ttie baptist enurcu. Judge J. W. Crumpacker returned to the out lost ulght, utter n visit ot two weeks at his home in La Forte, Ind., and Waahl...

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. — 10 March 1900

I VOLUME 10. DEPOT AND HOTEL. President Ripley Meets the City Council. Proposition for tho Building of Viaduct Submlttod, Location of tho Depot, Hotel and Adjoining Park. SUPERINTENDENT HURLEY INTERVIEWED, Treatment K. 1'. ltlpley and Division Buprintendcnl J. IS. Hurley In tlielr Banta F railroad private coaohea ar rived lust night attached to pMenger train No. 1 from th north Upon the arrival of the train Mayor ., ltnrr.iti n.i I mumli.M it... ttltxf a..ii. V. . U I . ... ....... WW. I V. ...V W. Mil oll exeept Alderman MelCeo and Hop ping, entered tho private oar of l're U.!nA",P.,e.y "J 'f J..' ru"".',nB",J:! uoiiiuuni.uii wiui wmi Kvimpiiiuu uuu , the popular division superinienutmi. No time was lost, and that most lm- portant pleoe of news-tho building of tlir f'jtfkl n uin n i tlmllinr iaiuiii tit a.1 Mm I S of the mnroad omemT and ' numbers of the council. A proposition was ouggeated Mayor Barron for the otty to pay X per cent of thi cost of tho building of the vladuet, pay ...

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. — 10 March 1900

f m 11UGHK3 & McOMSKlUT. I'UBMBltKIU BDHsoiurrioN juthh. S 0.00 .. 8.00 ALBUQUKUQUK, - MAHOU lo. 1000 will soon bo Aoubtedj The Routhira I'aciflo alone It paying $10,000 weejcly for Caplun coaL And li will double the quantity taken m toon m th supply U forthcoming. Tht Baoramnto mounUIn brscua of I the XI rJBo A North wwiwn railway U hauling to (ha mill At Alarrwgonlo 120,000 feet of Umber dally: (.000,000 feet of m(4 timber la at ths mills seasoning, and much lumber has aI- In the area occupied at lbs Parla ((posi tion Ohb.thiiiu of tha.llnltivl HtatM la vst TMAntpubllo land, rich Id poeslblllUe. no to th inMket- The 'ck T.n.iuoM,.i. ..... i i,. " nnu " ".' iiuvmnuonmu ',.' -. .1.. .1.11. jn..ra I.-. .til I wv, uu ... Amij uH,iBif v ivb mil I civo lumUr worth $1,(00 to $2,000. ThA liitnht unit rmal rMntirniHi nf KUUOKLTUU U BhlpplDg OOal to Mea. 0,. .nJ jneotn mi-ht hvs cone terranean porta at the rate ot 1000 tons untouched for noluer decado but for aJ tht cnienrle of Mr. Eddy...

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. — 10 March 1900

J-ro.ti Hatnrdsy's Dully Capt limfy Jsulu left this ruurolng fr CerrlUoV. District Attorn; II. 0. Qortner cam down (root tnnta k lost niaht. 0. J. Bonn, ot Raton, came down to tbe ollr night on a business visit. T. J. Curran wont np to Ssnta Fe yes terday aud will return home to-night. D. L. Bamls, formerly ot thin city, Is located at lYabody, Km., and ho U pros perluf-. V. 8. Idler, Is In ths city from Cuba, tit looking attar hla property In tores to. Kdward M Armor came In from Den Ter lMt night and Is a guest at tbe Ulghland. Mrs. Mabel Maw, who wu at Kansas City and Topeka, returned to the olty laat night. K Burke, tbe attorney from Flagstaff, wan here to day mingling with tbe pro fewloual men. Dsputy Internal Borenoe Collector A. J. Loomla waa a passenger from tbe north last night. lion. Sol. Lnna returned to Los Lunas this morning after spending yeaterday la tbe oapltal olty. Mrs. II, Kmlnger and daughter, of the ueadow city, are registered at tbe Kuro ptati In this olty. Ulaa...

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. — 10 March 1900

S3tS sums S9B2S ' j ALIIUQUKUQim, - MAllCtl 10. ltt) Hrem Tuesday' Daily. I. I llibbard, division superintend ent on tli BanU Fa raeino, waa here yesterday on train business. Dr. J. a Uorry, the lint street " i druggist, will soon erect ft Ulee reel- tleneo on North Beeend street. United mates Marshal C. At. Foraker la at ftinu P, attending to court, which is now In session there. ltev. V. It. Allen, who hvkl Congee rnkinul eervteee nt 3allup en Bunday, relumed to the etty last nlgiit. T. X, iUynanl, w stall inspeetor fer the Kaata i'e system, leave for 8tu Alarclal to-ulglH nn oiflelal vlsiU Milton Vow, a weil-known general rnerehant and etook raiser of Ike Ian sano mountains, la in the city to-day. Attorney Hummer Unrkbart left ttnej menting fur Ixs bunas te attend the cession of the Valsuela oeunty court John lltHdrlckson, the stago driver, Who haa been under the weather fer the patt week, la again able to be around. bun Abell In been engaged te leok utter the trade of UaabMhl &a...

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. — 17 March 1900

xtwu. VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. NUMBER 15. BOERS SiJRPiliSEO! English Force Passage of Orange River. Roborts Getting Ready to Attack Protorla. Mnfoklng Garrison Making Dospor ato Fight Against Famine, BRITISH LOSS AT DREIFONTEIN. London, March 18. It li believed that the coinmander-tn-ahlcf of the Ilrltlith foreea In South Africa, will soon push on to Pretoria, but a real Ilrltaln la quite content for a fow daya to woleh the demonstrations by I ho peo ple of Illoemfontcln nnd permit the troopa to enjoy a few daya real before expecting further success. Lord Hob rrta in speech to bin guards at nioemfontein to-day said: "Through a email mistake, 1 have not been able ta rnnrnh Into Iltocinfantcln at the head of the Ilrltlith army, na I had In tended. 1 promise you, however, that I will lend you Into Pretoria." General antaore la holding Itethulie. The whole line of rnilrond south of nioemfontein la now in the handa or General Ilrabnnta' column. It hav...

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. — 17 March 1900

UtrOIIKS A McCHKIOHT, l'UBLlBHRIU fiUltdClltrTION It ATM. I MO ,. 3.0(1 ALIHIQUKUQUK, -" MAHOd 17, 11K0 The free (tllwr irty teu gone te Join the greenback jrt)'. Thl town 1 going to tied a reinib ilcan mayor In April. If it donii'l rnlii nm Ih Now Max Jki, It aitrvly will be long dry epell. The ttiifxen M retetvlng many wm punienl un its Improved nppoanuiee. There more money in tho territo rial treasury thei evor before nt UHr oiie tint. The lit Face New bting made the u( the Very Howtptpor Ih the vUlIiWei TJi Valentin republican Iwkl their county KutVeutfon Mill afternoon at Lv Luna. Oiniit one ean make a fortune In thl Valley by Mi growing of tebao co on an exteitatvv scale. There le iHit enough federal ptrti age to New Mexico t justify Httth of a IKilftlent itramMe for H. More hew building wHI be ore-Tied La Afbuuerquv tli la y-fsr than ever (Ore lu oily one year of He history. The Glinvea county repubtltaK r In a guod humor hmI endorse both ftevrnr Otero him! IH.ckhIb Fereo. i5...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 March 1900

Hoi fiaturJiv'i Dailv. John C. Plcmmont, tho llermom general merchant, waa interviewing local wholesale merchants yesterday. Mnjor J. H. Von Down. the w.tt known rnnehman at liluewater, out weal, li in the city to-day m'tgling nun inemie Hon. M. W. Mills. I ti attorney, stock, poultry ami frull riw or pnngcr, u in tn city to. day. coming In from tho north last mini. Col. J. U. Dlook, tht popular hotel keeper of the Jtmn Hot Bprings, li In the olty and has hi name on the Orand Central hotel rector. Ho la nsr to purcuts goodt and traneaot otner uutinees. Mrs, ftleysler. the venerable mother of the Insurance agent. U. A. Hlevster. left lam nltht for Los Anxelei, where ho will vlelt her daughter, Mr. It 8. I'latt, for an Indefinite time. Mr, J. W. Walker, of Hlnii nli Iowa, Will lecture on the subject of temperance at (tit Presbyterian church to-morrow night. A cordial Invlta. tlon la extended to the publlo to at tend. Gov. M. A. Otero enjoyed latt night in the territorial metropolis, h...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 March 1900

14 AltCtl 17. IIM) ii...r!S.WM,iDfU,r .. i . . tM tnf oUar maker, fa in Trinidad on a. bualnea trip. Alia. II. At. Martin came In from the Went last nllht and ll A KUCt of incnus nere to-aay. O. It. Adam arrival here from llioe- nix, Arlmna, Inai nleht, and put up nl the llolel Highland. Thn nliv rMiuhiionn nrimarU. I., field on Haturday evening, Mreh at, ana the convention on March 30. dir. I'rlA. t)m v .iu.aiau.1. im stopped in this olty for a oouple of days, wom a north-bound passenger last night. The territorial sheep aanltary ttoartl will meet In Las Vegas on Monday, the Mill, at the oltleo or the secretory, J. A. 1-aJtue. Air. W. C). Hill, uf Las Gruoeo, wa nmonir the passengers from tho aoulh thla morning. Hhe Is a KUeat at the Urand Central. Alex Kdie. n brother of V. V. Mdle. of Ihe wool aoourtiiB mill, la hereon Vlalt from hi place of business in tho Coohltl district Kdward drunsfeld wilt be married In I'hlladclphle, to-day to Mlaa Dlanche Htern. Ill host of friend here ex...

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