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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 October 1900

Al.nUQUKttQUB, OPT- 27. 1000 Hon. W. O. IWeh of southern New t.a tvrll.an n Tlis nVfltf lt?ln ' tifiry entitled, 'Utyron nradford. A regular meeting of tbe Woman's dtcllef Corps will bo held to-morrow af ternoon At J:M o'clock sharp. Winona Worrell Granger, secretary. Dr. Ii. II. Chamberlln. being o fmn- j ta F attending a meeting r tne twnrd of dontal examiners, hli orileo will be I ctotcd until Wednesday morning. I J. fl. Illftck, of the Journal-Democrat force, In entertaining his brother, Hob. crt. who lui come In from lllbcrn, where he la the Hanta Fe operator. Ho will remain a couple of days. Mra. Utile Cromer, formerly of Ia rcneo, Ka., la visiting fnr a few day a with Mr. nnd Mra. J. W. Mdward. who oro old frlenda of hois. The lady la on her way to Stockton, Cal , which plaae la new her heme. Irfiit Friday night Cltorge Went, of llloiid, ami Mra. Powell, of Wlohttn, Kansas, wero married In thli elty. Mra. U'owellV three children Arrived rmtur dny night. The family will reelde...

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 October 1900

I1UIMIK8 A MoCilKMHT. runt.lBii-.H9 UW."" "' rm'.v:.v.v.v.v.v.: . e.oo .. 9.00 WEDDING BELLS, Orvlllo A. Matson and Miss Ethel Lorona Fox. STEWART'BElL NUPTIALS. Int Right at Hie rcaldene of he bride" fgtroula nn Itt Iron avenue an ihr HlRhldndi, in I hi' pretence of tlio near Intimate relative and friend if ilia two popular young people, Or viil A. Malaan. th well-known young merchant, anil Mlti Hlhel Lorena Pox. daughter ef Mr. mid Mr. It. 1& Vox, were Jalned In lh holy bond of matri mony by nv. W. J- Marh, of the f Mngrvgntlanal church. The erom.ny wa moat lmprvtv, MiMt th do. rtpOon given by on who wa fertumv to be prevent ae ta th urranxcmitiu, decoration, eoitume, )tc, lndlate that the whole affair wn Sieautlful beyond dtacrlptlun. The bride waa handomly gows-sl In i toilette pronounced ta b on of the UntMt ever eeen here, her boquet wa m creation jrinbollitng the four dlvl rtnm of the tingle nnd married atate of the bride and groom, nnd after the ceremony It mim dUtrlbule...

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 November 1900

liw l-a km r4i aa VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. NUMBER 51. u OF INTEREST TO VOTERS, True Facts Regarding Tax Lovy of City and County. SOME FIGURES WON'T HE, Tint Cttlten It pleated to note tho In tercet that l being takn liy tho voice of thU oily and county In the preaent campaign In nil matter relating to ni cessment, taxation, county expendi ture, nnd tho management of county affair In genera And aa we believe that a more thorough understanding of county finance would rcault to the cteneral Rood we herewith give un exact copy of the last tax levy made by our county cumrnlsslonera to that all may eeo for Juat what purpose the various Itema were levied. Aa It la In nearly every case made a criminal offense to transfer the fund levied for one purpoa to any other, the people may real a mired that the tax levlvd for one pur pose are never attempted to be trans frrrod to nny other than the fund for which they ore levied, lly noticing carefully any one c...

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 November 1900

$Wttjr itmn UltnilKS A Mcttllli.OHT, Vvaiwmta BOnsoatnrioN nma. iMr.ll"er r" r",V:::::.,.v.,v."."' .. 0.00 .. v.vo TIIUJI 1H II I'll It K MMIINATKII, If tUc )rd sueeeiislve time lh r )Htlt)Hil f llrrnAtltlo county have iirtfiH,iThrtmH Hughe, of Albuquer i)H. rArthe legislative council. Thin li u tribute Ib faithful performance of tULy Jlint ocliUim fall to men In a new 6mirf like New Mexico. 11 u I thin MJflu'r 'Ik a deserved on In ihlt In etfince: ' Mr Hughe ha always uttcxl for Ali'thn.riii'gond In legislation and haa In particular 'lieen a strong advocate of Wield' legislation In regard to education-al-'irtttter. In Vega haa not forgot len'the-'asslstanre he rendered In the ulMter'df 'the New Mexico Normal unl versliyUpproprlatlon, and many other good met he hn done In year pal In ihif territorial legislature. The republican of hla county did right lrt selecting Thomaa Hughe to drain represent the people In the coun ty Onf l h heat way to build up a partyiUnd a country I to stick...

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 November 1900

ALBUQUKP.QUK, NOV. 8, 10W Mlfla Catherln Flold In entertaining Alls Frunces Nowlln of Ix Luna, IUv. John MehaUl, who ha been weat In Hi Intorqsl of (he Prcsbytuflan cjftteh, returned 10 thi oily (hla- room ing ' imro will be a sJioo shlnlwr contest to-morrow for (ho local ebnmoldt)i)i)p t J. V. Qall'a place, 10 luilroftd Ave nue, betwtn the Prairie dog and (he Kangaroo boy. O. W. Hdonit anj wlft. who ba HlR f$ht-sclhg in California for a cenildernblo peilud, earn In thla tnorf liij, ahl wore ,met at (ha depot by their two aona, Harry and Frank. ljftunfi hrtrt loosed hit handsome new. house on North Heconi) afreet (6 C. Iljookman of Chleofto, who with lilt wire will spend the winter here. Mr. Hroekman t a member of a large; ;irm of'jilaiiufeluilng o)omltint GhltMgo. Pty ?.. B. llridgiri. the university irtitrufllor, presented an Interratlntc paer on reading; nt the teacherr mect ln,T yriterday. Some polnta were ao Appropriate (tia( n lively debate ooour red In discussing (hem. ThHIn ...

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 November 1900

mm HMty (Mm IH'CIHBS A WcCRKKJIlT, I'Ufll.tsMKlW Bl'fWCUimON !UT. Daily CitHer per yen e.oo Weeliy. " a.uo The rmh er of the democratic lr r.t.trlal campaign ore confidently claim Ing the election of Inrras6ln uron the v issue. They Ate doomed ic de- font. Mr. Fergusiwn Is travelling over Hie territory claiming that ha tva d tested Iwi years ago uMn the rare is sue. Ami that ho p rotates to pay the republicans U.. " In their own kind. It in net true. In the first pier, thtt l'e- rea wna elected upon any race Issue. This preposition Ik a emnder upon the Mextean people Hlilah they ought U resent. Far the jnirpese of testing the .nth ..f (till nrunoalllnn. wu nuhllsh herwflh ft table of tho vote east for country to-day la a little mother fatron tn IW nnd for lVre in HM, In " Tl1 'uel '" k ilirfrkM ataiinllna In (tin territory: CTlng. riro PeriM. JJlftVrenc,,: ikoa list rvtron 1'erea I ItertMlllh) 3M0 14 1MVI 101 14 vfvx ew w Iona Aim . ..lots Hit fWd) WO 1S4 ... lrnnt M? CMMdatutM .460...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1900

JObtupwripu Cithern VOLUME 10. DELEGATE RODEY Returns From Territory Defeat Larrazolo. Judgo Rodoy Capturos Several Democratic Countlos. 42. 42. 42. Albuquerque Rolled Up Big Repub lican Majorities. t COUNTY PRECINCT RETURNS. T5i Citizen prtsent below th re tumo from tho Albuquerque and out side iireoineta. at far an reelv4 t km otne ami tt tli hoaJtjuartere of th? territorial republican central com mittee: prbcinct tt. Delegate RoJey 621, Larratolo Xlodey's mnjortty 258. Council Hughes 41S, Lester Hughe' majority 51, Harrison 370. 314; 473, Carman 321; Hr.rrison'a majority 120. Representatives Idmlllano L. Gutler rri 4S7. Marco C. tie Haoa 129; Outlcr res' majority IIS, Vcncetlado Chaves 460, Marccllno Crespln Hi. Chaves' ma jority 231. Alex. Howie 419. John B, Donnell 591. RonneU' majority 18. Commissioners Hpcmlc-nlo A. AC I era 151. Chas. A. Bcheurleh 446. Boheu rich's majority 9l Joseph L, Miller 419. K . Harela Sit. Miller's majority 104; It W. Hopkins 4X3. William Kick 321; H...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1900

HUOIIKd .Hs tlcCRKlllHT, PuBUBtlKiM huiwciiiition num. it hi run tiik HTiuitniw. IH Mie gr. it A II. V. strike In Ml. T-IMmMK Hughes, the editor of this iiaawr. toil lit fight for 'he ,np" ln lorrMory and Arlxonn. II be.leved that tkty ware Justified In this course, nnd etiht with the railroad employe to the hitter end. Tlil imwr would not now refer ta that matter, hut tti democratic lying OBinmlltec l going through the tVltrMd shops claiming tint Hughe HUionud the strike nnd fought for the mrfamtltms. The Cltlien has never re 9tm n dalkii-s worth of patronage from uy railroad company In New tMoxl) since that strike, because of the the n tt lhat time. The following ,, isiragroph taken from The Clllten dur- Imt the prttgreaa of the blr atrlke ahowa the nitltude of Mr. HuRhea towan! or rtHUd latter; If ever a boycott ta juattfled. that wlileh the Amerloan llnllwuy Union. In American Hallway Union. In of the striking IMIImsn em- pnHHrtei to deotar acalnt Uie totomn lU Oar company, la c...

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 November 1900

a i ,. ... i ALDDQDKRQUK, H0V.10 1000 No. 2 arrived this morning About an hour late. hcvlly loaded, and wa made Into two section bforo leaving tr uiv norm. iis si. is. Bern, government super or oi inutan clay schools, who hai been Inspecting the oohoola In ihn vi clnlty. left this morning for Santo Ke. Dr. J. It. Wroth, aocompnnled by ht moiner, returnee: rrom a flying vlalt to th Quaker city taut night. The good iiwy win apemi the winter here and cn joy our beautiful climate. Hugh Vaughn, an Albuquerque boy li holding a responsible position In the Well, Kargo Hxprcss scrvlto at Lnn Vegas, made a short vlalt to the elty last night, living again thla morning lor uie norm, having thoroughly enjay m we time spent with hi relatives ner. Dr. Parker and hla winsome daugh ler, Mis Agnea, of Santa Crux, Oal. who have been visiting tho Alger fain ily. left laat night for their hnm lutv lug hnd n very enjnynblc vlalt. malting many menus during their atay. rrcu wiwis left thla mornlna- tar m P...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1900

UUOUK & UcORKIOnT, i'U8Lt8HKM 8UIISCIUITIOH niTia. psityCltlier, per year 9 0.00 Weekly. " v' " . .oo HEARTLESS HENRYFAMILY Both Wore Happy When Tholr Mur derod Baby Was Burled. Wires ANXIETY LAST AUGUST. When Th CX tlr.cn -rung upon the rtVtllfig HJIt-first the arrest of Ida V. rtilry, flu Wdmd.-v afternoon, ItW aullfar of half a doten robberies, awl fallowed It up yesterday tiy an tuHinaintr (hat Henry ftatt confessed to 1h mre awful arlm of murdering his Hra-barn baby by oholoroform the Htw e i wilnl a blic sensation among the friends at the Henry faintly, and ietfllly amng thorn who knew the fiWtfcaftd and wife when they resided In THhwika, KntiMi, The orlme, a dcplctt.l In The 'OKI KM jHftlerday afternoon, was awful UrMigh, but later development! show It Ait both father and mother are equally im guilty tia h other, (he mother, If nSyihtng, giving evldenc of being mare i6Biita(, II h itated by neighbors of the lltnryi that when the Inhuman father iilurned from the eeinvtery ...

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 November 1900

VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. NUMBER 53. I xmm SUBJECT OF IRRIGATION, A. D. Johnson Givos Somo Good Pointers About Water, i HE HAS HAD EXPERIENCE. Editors Citizen. I IiaV noticed lately In your paper the articles of Prof, lllrnm Hadley ef xa cruccs, and II r. Alllare of Han Antolne, and thought that a few words from a non-professional, but one with some practical knowledge of securing o wrter supply for IrrlRAtlnir purposes out of tho quteksandA of the lllo tirande bottom, might be of Interest. I'ror. ilttdle-r favor a committee of Investigation to visit California, but, aa Mr. Aiiinre sny, our location here anil that of California ore entirely different. 1 would suggest that aueh a committee had better visit tho Arkansas bottom of Kansas, where the formation of the Mil, tho croiw, etc. are more like our here In this valley. The Idea of Mr. Alllare of putting a large water plant at or nwr the mouth of a ditch li very Rood If a auniilent eupply eouh...

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 November 1900

HMl , TP 1.U0II83 X UcOItKDHlT, I'tiBLiUHraa POIWCtlllTIOX lUTKd. Dsjlv Cttltfcn, per year 9 4 00 Wrtxly. " V' " W Among the many atrlklng Incidents of th 'on wa the fuel that Mr Mltfn4ey i Oned nearly 2.000 over til HtralHy ml SW In IM, In hi home MMir of mark. Ohio, wnd run TOO ethoad of the ilili tleket In (hat oun Tf I wHff n the oilier hand there wit iwltntlit plurality for MeKInley In tho tT ot Mrreoln. the horn of Air Dry ia nml In the city of llloomlngton. the h'(H of Adlal Bleventon. tet-wtlhsiAndlHg the loss of two re uMn enngreesmen In Illinois enough n town frttm the MS vongrvtslortal ill in of the uiilun have been received t mmm a republican majority of flf or more In the lower hnuie of the Virtr-rnlh congress. Ileturn from i' dllr contest In tho yarlout n-ia aim Indicate a safe republican HMMi- In the senate over the win lhtMl vat of the demorAt populist und Independents. TVe Pueblo Chieftain say: "New Waietow la it tkiee Hint will bear wateh ig. The victory fnr Mr. Il...

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 November 1900

ALBDQggRQUK, NQV. 1800 THE PUEBLOS OF PECOS, EKaliWSg- Story or Their Migration to Jemoz Vlllago In This County. ABANDONED THEIR VIUAGES. A very pretty romantic story has been going the round of Uie newspa pers eonrnlniC the old pueblo of Pe cos. There I another atory connected 'with that pueblo, which, while not no pretty and romantic, la absolutely true. There are men end women living In New Mexico to-day, who remember the day when the pueblo of I'wi wen occupied by n large number of Inliabl tanta. The Pueblos were, and ore to day firm believer that Montesurna wilt surely wme some day to drive th Spaniards out of thn country and turn tt over to the Indians. There was n law eruufa In the pueblo of Teeoe nd on the first day of Januiry of Mrh year ono dozen men were placed In It to watch the saered fire of Montesurna. Thli fire wan never allowed -to die out. At the end of the year the watcher would come out and would be taken all aver Die pueblo In procession with (treat ceremony. 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. — 17 November 1900

uuaiiRS & MoORRianr, roBUBHuu et itflcRimo? hatjw. &a.?,.,,"n y"M:. .v":.v. ,.v."v.v 5:22 . Horn tie! Mlehnellt, of Msadalcna, and lit newly wedded bride are In the oily having eorne up from the roitthern mwinhiln town yesterday. Mies Urtlta Otero, daughter of Jton. M. A. Otero, Mill leave thl evening on a trip to eastern cltle. where she will vktft number of friend. Cetpt. Itugeno Sutherland, of the fire departm nt, I laid up with a erlou mM. Lieut. Harry Johnson I In com mam) of the deirartmcnt headquarter tnmpararlly. J. A. Htc. manager far the Navajo iMlMtiig ewitpany At Hland, arrived In the ally mi night and I visiting with .friend htire to-day. Hp leave again tormtrrv morning for 111 mountain Mint. Iatl Avenue 11. E. ohureh -The pas tor will prrath morning and evening. Hubjeet far evening sermon: "The Firth Commandment or 'Honor to larent." Sunday henl at :S; Hpworth Irrgue at atSQ p. in. Beat fire. All oordlall Invited. Tl program At Ik Catholic baxaar to-night will ...

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 November 1900

IKtekl Cxtneu VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1900. NUMBER 54. AHTA rit MCIII MM. (resident ItlpUjr tlcpsrt That tt It Un. usually Brisk The Bant. Fa stockholders last Wednesday at a nutting In New loric completed the directorate of the road. The new director! elected are: Howell Jorttv, a Topeka lawyer. John C. Mo Cullough, .New York, chairman o( the board of director, of the Erie; and Djr ron L. flmlth, of Chicago, president of the Northern Timet company. They succeed In the Bantu Fe bond C. K. Holllday and Edward N. Clltb. who re cently died, and William ltoteli, who resigned, President 111 ploy, who wae present at the meeting, reported that business waa oxecpllonally Rood on the Bants, Fe system. Mr. lttpley said: "The situation all through the weet. to the OanlA Fe. la better than It haa been at any time before. The live atoek movement contlnuea very heavy, and there la alao n manifest iraln In ship ments of merchandise. All reeent oar report have sho...

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 November 1900

IltmiKM .V McCHKIiiHT, I'linUBiiriiB I num-HirrioN UCltiten. pr yest liiTErt. (Ill Mil IN Till: Alt. MY, fturgeon i neral rtternberg has pre 1 is red atatl in making a ontparlson of ran t dctdt and homerlde which -ecarr I Hi to army during the year of ItM and nt. compared with th ten vtirn between IttS and 1WJ It slmwa IImi ik re were relatively fewer homi cide! during iho two years than dur- iMtlH prevkiu decade. Tin average number of solcld per yir In an army uf 11.1M for the ttn years waa 17 The mil wr Mft wai M pr cent Th eirogtfth of th army In ltW U given tit miMf, and Ih number of suicide hi M; ratio per IMO. M per etui. During th ton year from Hit to lMt th homicide ara given nt l.i per cnt. utU tb ratio nr lM, to lr cent. For 3tM th number of homicide at It. and tn ratio nor IMtt t pr nt. for 199. th number if homlcldei at ft, ami the rati par two at u per cent. tfSr " A rt l.iftlT(f,f I3n1rra Harness OirM tMt nl tmnf l 1 jni h'nit is irl kiiHi uf h c .ni letlhet M(1 nil 41...

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 November 1900

I I. ALUUQUKIigUK. - - NOV 31 "lO YVIII1KT CAUHICIl IT, Taunt Hun AtumiI f llobtiltif Tixt office. XX-puty United Statu Marshal Fred JAwnofr tm In last night on the Tex as & Paoific from llaswell with Henry flelloek, who wa pld in th county Jail until lo-Mght when h wHI lie tk tn to Soeorro, New iMctloo, for trial for attempting to rob th pttme at Itoawetl on tli night of June 191. Wlicn arn by a Herald rrperler Sel lable m asked what h had to y nboul the charge against Mm. "Ther U really no charge against nt. 1 wm mucin in the act. It wns en the night of June Ivth rind a crowd of u rot out ami got drunk. 1 left th boy about 1 w o'clock In the mornm ml when ptlng the postofrtc 1 broke n window nnd "rawlrd In. 1 dM nt get anything ami a I cam out the nlgOit Kheemri nrrealH me. I have Ixen In JM In llotwcll ever iim and n they have imi United Mate court there, they are taking m to Boeerro where I will plead guilty ami throw myself on the merry of the court." Bollock U a young man ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 November 1900

HUtiHhW & UoCllKiOHT. PunMiitUHa VMatllirriilN IUTK8. Cation. Pttyrst. .0 9.00 "APACHE KID," S&W ts Hiyo Again Mot Death, This Thnt In tho Sierra Madrcs, MORMONS DID THE WORK. It ike Intett reports (rent tho Blerra iMadee are troe. the Mormons have nt k4 fNH th Aalhlng tetieli to Mine ot llit mwt extraordinary oarecrs hjaowsi in lb southwest. On of the mam notorious Indalnt that terrorised New Meslco, Arlxona and northern M.ateo h the ehlef known a Apt he Kid.'' tome year ago the ' KM' romoaratlyely disappeared from the public lew, and hie fte ha never been definitely seijled. although hit death Imb been m vera I times reported. Hen-aide Imri been offered for hltn dead or alive. And theae will now be claimed by the Munnon of Cokinla IHkcheeti on the until ml that the ehlef of the party who rallied ihat wl''mnt last week awl wn killed by the "avagtag sngsbv" of the ehureh who pursued them, wa none other than the notorious Indian desperado. Tnts startling Informotlun reached H...

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

wtxspvt T3 VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1900. NUMBER 3. 2 THE COAL DISTRICTS, Tho Heaviest Producers Arotho Mc Klnloy County Mines. INTERESTING STATISTICS, HHVRN DI8TIUCTB. mining of rail ha proved lot mensely profllwbl In this territory dur InK the paat ye.tr. T u far develop menl hsa been chiefly oenfUietl 10 wv cn districts. Theae Are lit Gallup ClarkvIM dktrlet In McICInley county, the heaviest producer; the Illoosburg region In Col fax county In the north ait ttlon ef tho territory; the Ma drld-O'Mara regions In JSinin I'tr eoun ty. the Monm district In We Arriba county; the n Juan river region In Ran Juan eiHinty, the Carthage plti In Eoeorro county, ami the White Oake Capltan district In Lincoln county. The geographical location of these leveml 00a 1 flehli U fortunately so happily fixed at to cover neorty the whole ter ritory and provide the people with fuel without the expense of Ionic Iwuk and consequent high trammorU Mot, charite. COAL MINK Hr...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 1 December 1900

& HU0IIK3 & McOltKIUHT, rtmiMiwts tUP9CHIITI0M IUTE8. Hilly Cltltro. bcryetr .........., 0.00 The ec). gives Arlxona an IndUn tmpvtallati of 21,614. The oHlelal count or (he vote In Mis souri thews that there are 117,002 re IHiMtow vie In thai state. Thli city badly tiHili a woolen fee nary, one that could manufacture blan ket and several grade of woolen cloth, Tlit Cltlten represent llsclf And no nnt else, and I amply Able to take care o( lltelf upon any and all occasions, jxttttleat or aihtrwlte. Holland, the man with the Jules Vtroe beat, proposes to take a subtna rlne trip Id lfurepc. If ha gtit through It will be beeause he Is saved by faith well at works. tt I the day of young men. Never Wets In the JiUtury of the world haa Ottre been eueh a grand opportunity far the active. Intelligent, faithful Hsg man to get to the top. Sir Arthur Sullivan, the ISngllth musical composer, I dead, the reiult of heart failure. Ills death waa very sudden. While he waa laughing and talki...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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