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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 23 March 1901

I1U0UKB ft, McCKKimiT. ruiii.ianr.im aUltfCUIITIO.V 11ATHB. o.oo a oo TIE LEGISLATURE Number of Council Bills Introduced. Bill Rolativo to Hogs and Swine Passed Both Houses. A Coal Oil Inspection Law, Altor Dc unto, Passed House. OTHER lEGITlATIVE MATTERS. In Uim council yaatardny morning Mr. CnilsktUmuk enllwl for a reimrt on oouHell Mil No. Tft, nn net for Hip protection of frsk sml nther purposes, which provide for ft Bali and game nrdeu The reoueet waa deferral for Ike the pesasnt. The following Mite were In trod need tintler suspension f the rules: Council Mil Nr. 110, iui Ret to nn thortxe taxpayer to orgHlo for mil IhhI benefit and protection, by Mr. OrulcKsnaHh. Council Nil No. 111. by Mr. Ilarrt mill, nn net to amend section 01 if the tweatoii laws of tttt. Council Mil N. tit. by Mr. Welti it. hii Hrt relating uioptoye. com monly called "fMIow-aarrniita' law." Council Mil No. 111. by Mr. Hlnkle. relative to the killing of lock by rail roods. Council Mil No 111, by Mr. Hugh,...

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. — 23 March 1901

I'l'III.IHIIKIlHi I nan S.'oo t lv HIITION ItlTICrV l.i ' i itin i 1 1 1 i i TIE L III .Hi. - V.i'HKIHHf EC SLATUR En., Wdlm I Jatirn the h Partial Proceedings of i .ast Day. Bill Introduced to Savo "Black Jm&Y' From Hanging, ResoltHtail Nssod Housoto Inoroaso Pny if Employes, I0H0 m A8HWLTURAL COLLEGC. BUN OIL. ntrray forenoon th council p...-..t roimririilll No. 17. an art con- mux IN U'lt.tlon of ly houaaa in ltiaa aal town, the r.i..i.l -ou- ' 'ing In Hi'' bouse n wen dm nt. House Mil No. S4S. rapt alio.; the i .tdi penalty for any crime ixeept nit i L r. wa tabled ladeSuftely. to to .' Mfara. Stanley and Fielder voting n. Hip negative on tbe hmUwh to IIIh. ' m il bill No 4. the iHllltla liltl. paaaed. Mesar ttaslcy niul 1 ! r viitlng In the negative. i in conference appropriation bill i. passed without being rend II' '! Mil Mo. 213, an art amend nh th- art defining the proiierty right "i married person, waa puaaad titwti ini inly. House bill No. IM. nn art rBnnl in; licn" 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. — 30 March 1901

VOLUME 10. A NON-PARTISAN TICKET. Conforonco Commlttoos Moot and Dooldo Upon Candidates. NO SLUSH RIND TUB ELECTION. Th rengbliegg ami daMMWlfp con ference comnMUM, to uw gwwj a noo -partleaH eft ltsT, mat fett night. and lb rotmiciHg ttalst waa selected: For mayor O. W. Murro, (limit oral. For oily . krhC. W. Matlkjr, dm or rat. for i-Uy trrmniw lr. L. II. Okam hcrlln. republban. For sl.lctm. n First ward, A. R. Mc Milieu, democrat; Second ward. It. H. I Israeli, republican; Third ward, Henry R. Itogers. republican, tor the twoyar term, mI W. F. Itoware, re publican, for the on-ynr term, to succeed I). A. Stratr, raalftmd; Fourth ward. Frank MoKee, itmo crat. and lr. 0. W. Harrtaon. repub ucan. tor the abort tra. to aneeaed H,.mnu rn Hurkbart, resigned. Kr M'huol trustees- -First ward, A. A Keen, republican; Second ward, Tbomaa laberwood. democrat; Tklnl ward. C W. Ward and N. 18. Steven, republicans; Fourth ward, ltd ward Itodd. democrat. The abov- givci the republicans, with the ...

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. — 30 March 1901

llimilHB ,V McCHKinilT. 1'OHMHHKitrt AVIWCHIPTIU.V IMTHg. (lijj!wy''yfy:. 0.00 I see , THE LEGISLATURE. 10 talc lerrlturlnl nssembly enact (t Iff ktwa. Thi lii more than usual, j Two ymr ago about seventy hills iMwfftM MM". The Inwer limine Intro 1 rssJ IM bill hi the recent session, of NWl Mir n Hiimll number brcnme law, orernur Otero vetoed one bill. and WMMmM km signature from four others. n carefully scanned the bills coming to Mm, and rejected those which k deemed detrimental to the tereMory. Taken altogether, the late legtabuure wm an Improvement on forme aeaemblles. Numerous scheme t Mb tkc territory were nipped In the bud. and nearly nil the members worked to secure legislation beneficial to Id territory. The council was WWWl of eaoellenl lglnlntlve ma terial sad wna a working Ikm I y from Uirt to inlnh. The Imslrie before that body )wit cleared up etery liny, Bad every member whh preeetit and awrt bin vote on .very measure. While thre was a mat. of bad legis lation pn-naii-...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 30 March 1901

EBsHHBaHsnsflsisnSHs9fl9HRsaW AI.IIUQUKRQUK, MCH .), 101 ALONG THE RAILS. Interesting Information Regarding Railroad Officials and Employes. NEWS IN ABBREVIATED FORM. The wife of lloileimftksr J. lather Inglll Is quite III with a severe nttnek of erysipelas. Tke big hotel himI depot. In course (if construction. In assuming good pro IMirttmm Mill Ike work l progressing nicely. lOnglneer W. II. Imrton, of Man Mai-wal. went out tin hid Aral trip the other ilny. following itn Illness at tw months, ills troll I) I a In suppimed to Ih dropsy. Mr. Ollphant succeeds M. Onnley nt Han MarriHl ne rwtdmnitnt. Mr. (Inn lor will labor fur a time under the standard of J. K. Hurley on the Smita le Pacific line. It Ik now generally conot-tle.1 that the Hock UIhiiiI will build a branch Into the Whlt Oak rtml Held fro it 1 tho north. An nutlet fur Whit Oaka coal to tke northensl will result In much good to the community. Here la an unique vrllct liy it tor nHer's Jury at Mlnrop. CallforHla. 'We. the J...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 30 March 1901

EBB THE CITY REPUBLICANS, HiM Ctnvtiitrtn Hit Night and totifai Ward Carrfidntos. I. N. CHrVMKIffUN TOR TRCAhURER. Tfe reatjbtteriHe mT tbe dtjr held their convention IM the new library hulMing oa Mt Railroad a renec mt nlgtrf. An chairman of the city central com nttWe, H. M. Pox mlNnl the conven linn to order, anil Dr. II. J. Alger. I li rOMtfttM secretary, read the oil, gftet which Thou Hughes wna hnam temtHrrary chairman and ('. w. Ward temporary secretary. Mr Hogtter. thanks the convention for conferring nam him the honor of their chairmanship, which was follow dlartue following committee being nrtnHuted . fommlUec on permanent orgnnlm Una: I.. M. CMmberlln, Klrat wanl, M a Poa. Second ward; N. 1C. lie vena. TMrd ward; It. W. Iluttktne. Kourtb ward; J. M. UrlWa. at large. OoaaaiHtcv oa credentials r. U I'eefre. Klrst ward; Itortd Deubam, aucaad ward; J. 8. Morton. Thin! ward; W. M. Hurka. 1 "mirth wanl: A. - A. Ntw. at large. OafMBHUw oa resolution- IJ. .1. Al ger. Jlrst ward; J...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 6 April 1901

j-V J T it pv fvir p VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 0. lj01. THE WESTERN TOWNS, Brlof Paragraphs About Wlnslow, Williams and Flagstaff, T0NC8 FROM KINGMAN. FLAQ8TAFF. Prom ike Cam. It. S. Clark, who hug mn In litt linn?. Pa., htr several dar. line rammed. T. K Pnllhm left ror Mm Angeles, tti Prnternnt uaiirurnin, rnr n rew iinrs reeren Hon. I.. 1. mints, the dairymen, Im lieen laid up fur repair oh account or hie fool coming Ihtu contact with a nail. A. J. Diamond wna up from his stock range, along the Little (Vrtorndo river. hiiiI reimrta -attl- looking well. II hna not lost any cattle the past winter. Thomas Sfljrer. n lending shoep grw- r of thla section, came In from his sheep ranch at Cataract canyon He reHrts grass hs being tin, but water getting acnree In that locality (' J Babbitt left on a rlslt to the towns east along the Hani Pe PmIRc railroad In procure Indian eurtoe. btan kela nnd rattle The demand for In tltan rurtna ami Navajo blanket ex ceeds the...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 6 April 1901

g iinmtWi ft McCUKIOHT, ViffUsnKWi oe 00 I mil introduced In Hie ttilrtjr . ...-i.n.. nMHmi)iy. nny nxi law one of tn" inner " """ ,Tf!5S JUi having received Ooveriwr tgtlOW, ' ""-Ving ."7... ,i, limit lU.rn'a ahrnntHre WIIIIlii " " " (T?V2f ni iLtete Of the memo- iTrLV!T"-Z.ifny iwenlv two wore " -.i,wui outnuiii. n ,WT. . iw ot having mree bier... The C-'VL;- Council bill No. -Increase Of Mlfirlo- b- Oovernor Otero aiii bid m y t n w,,nrjr im r w-rTL! l: : "... Oovernor Olero Km'::. rwi.. .-w'i.mj "T: ..uoti i..u. m.inw; MK HM'ilir.,1 "J ' "JWrr two mi-rl jijo-". Mmwar he tlMfiiHfi th- nipa- mrra inlrl Hy iwrwiiml and olijit- IblMbld lltlpl fpllliK. Th4i followlnR nr thp IiIIIh wl.l.l. rt'OchtNt lb- x.-ctitlvi' offbi' Mini w.t alll Md Ihua btHWwr law roUMCII. IIIMJi. Oonncll bill Mn. 1. an net fur tin- pro lection of minors and pupllo In vehuol. ItraMMtlug the anlp of rlgnrotttM. to- imwop. iMioywtuiis. Mtr . lo inlnom. Council Hballtiito for i-ouni-ll bill No. 1, mutilating Hip a...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 6 April 1901

1 gMgtrTTlifiii r i AI'HU. n Wnl ; uirgi'Ki. i k, GREATEST OF STRIKES. Marvellous Wealth Unearthed Near Wlokenburg, Arliona. The richest strike In this country or (he ; MNlhwt bus Imwii iiiRdu t i.ninem mine, live imira norm m Wlckenburg, mill out mile from Ilia Hnssuyampn. says tin- I'boenlx Repub lican. The owners lire Hatfield. .amb ami I ' (itoii. They have mink turn hun dred feet deep, crose-cuitlng lo the east Mlxty feet, all In high grade ote. No cross-rutting baa Iteen done to tht west, mt the ledge mi top Ih from twenty to thirty feet will. It In n contact vein between grnnltc ami ill rile Rvery carlimd of ore that cornea out of (In- abaft ahowa Hakes of Kohl to Ihii naked eye. Anywhere on the dump gold can be picked out by linnil. The ore,bod.. la Immensely rich. In Ihe abaft or the crosscut Kohl glitters from the walla Ilk tit Huh oi minia ture Aladdin lamM The richness Mid xt.-nt I very extraordinary- 'Hie walla in the crosscut have not been reached y.-t and there la no ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 6 April 1901

ALONG THE RAILS, iBiimtlng Inforrtitlon Regarding ItaHrwtl. Officials and Employes, NDWi H' ABBREVIATED fORM, kMWMotlTM have been ugk MtrVd MrnM out af A In thaaw nlrmwy In AltninucrriHM. WMt and MM. of workman on (lit re traaaa In the tornl railway ynrdr 111 be largely Incranaud during mm in mw mom men n the agar rail of the Snntn Fa railway in ttm noal afcap ttmn nt any other time M Iho hlatorr of th nmil. It Is reliably remitted that a hnh1 to of aatroteu moll line beon found M Uh ntu river near Hanta linen. Mow JWWUOtl with tne iuwk ib- The No. I MMfnwr train reached the r-lty from the want this tmirulug t II: M, eoMctoilHR of fourteen roachee ail toW. The trnln want Hint ta two Melton. A n rating liy the Denver & Hlu ratlranu iimriutM that cam Ik mm re. N. m., by mercnanta twi forty-eight hours must be for al the rule of W ennta r Robert Boyle rewlgned hla iHMltliiti M marbtnlet In the Rnton ehufM. and ha an rated h position in the grocery atafe ii r M lt Hi .In . M A Co. n...

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. — 13 April 1901

xihm I VOLUME 10. THE FIRST STEP! Big Fair Meeting Last Night. Evorybody Prosont Called Up on for Thoir Viows. 0, N. Marron and P. F, McCanna, Eloctod Prosidontand Secrotnry, VERY ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. If the enthHSMSm displayed at last night's meeting l h criterion, tho IMI fair of the New Mexico Territorial I'Hlr aaaoclatlon will lie a derided sue CSM. The meeting wim very enthusiastic and probably the largest, with the pos slbl ercH)oo of the imw fair meet Ing belli In the spring of $M ev.r Item Im Albuquerque, fully one hun dred representative cltlscns being present nt X o'clock when President W. T MrCreight of ttte two previous fnlre. called tho meeting to order, Maurice Vaughnn nfflclaUng Ha secre tary. The first order of business wm the election of h presidem fur the cnau lug year, wild (lie names of Hunt. U. N Marron. IV I'. McCnnua. C. K. New hall and W. T McCrelgbt were pre sented. The Iwtlt c withdrew Ill name an hi- had hail the honor for two years, In favor of Mr. Marro...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 April 1901

It llli.HK-s.V Mi-CHKHJHT. PtMiLlrSHKH. Hm HirrlON IUTH8. ii-irii pcyef tSOO a oo ALONG THE HAILS, Intfrettiits Information Regarding Hailrmd Officials and Employes. NEW. IN ABBREVIATED .ORM. w .1. Whck, general ima-anger fu. in of Use snta Pe In Chicago, i i fax rllvlsbtn superintendent. nine it from the north Inst nlRlit. mi. i t aroond mo! local railroader t'. lH v 1. fmnawny. dlvlelon iiiti I ...lent of te MmMmrt lnrtflc nt On ,. i,, mil- has MMtCtIM) III POeittOH, 1 1 Ward, of W7klln, Will KWCCtNl iow traffic relations between kuu Ke and Mexican ohum mc color to the report that valets had combined. There In definite confirmation, however. ..ntractorH Anen and llulmait are I L.nt.K work mi a they can on ii.. lvamio rallwav hotel Mr. All on i i iiitaiitl mi .sldenc and the u .Uiiei, under li!H im r-.ill . I BUpervl 1 1 1 1 ,ii.. doing lin lr work In good i hill" I ninere. Uremia and wltcheu jim iii demand on the New Mexico mid it. Ornnde dtvlalon of Use Santa re u'l i the tar toi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 April 1901

SE9S99R SAND AND WIND, The "Consistent" Santa Fe Corre spondont Tells of a Sovonty Mlloan Hour Breezo. considerable: damage done. The "entMtfttitHt" akinta Ft New Mexican oorreoitoiiilent nt the Denver Hepuhllonn. who strenuously objected to hh Item published (mm Alhn.iier lOe regarding till' SHOW ami W'lHd storms which prevailed here last week, ha distinguished liluwelf by going outside of ill bailiwick to tell the iiMiilt world the kind of n storm Ihi')- hi Vf In other sections uf New Mexico Thin consistent, "thou nit it J"w I fellow, m lit dispatch, soys. rite wunil wiml hhiI samt itortn nincc April r, isiwi. visited southern New Mexico yesterday. Tim court house thf Catholic priest' house and other buildings in I .a Urncc were I mil !) damaged, many tree upriKrteit ml two house at Meollbi I'ark were unroofed. "The storm raged for lb' greater iwrt or the day, and Nt I: SO p. m. the maximum velocity of the wiml waa 70 inllos hh hour, registered by the ntemotor on n'li ncf hall. "T...

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 April 1901

ALONG THE RAILS, . .. iHttmline Information Regarding RfiHrwd OfRcials and Employes. tWVTl W ABBREVIATED fOHM, J. w. Mnntbr. who ban niih Um Choctaw raftd. btta hewn MMhmUnI at I Veann. Naglne No lift, from the hsritl tope hna be-en Kent up the mnil fret work on thr mountain illvhrlnM. W. K. Powers, route iignnt fw WtfNsargy (ft press cmiHin', was a pgafjtbger going HArth ycMtorttnr. t. 6 Rholi. of Topeekn. In liere mi Ingnvgeaa, He ) the snptttiiitundent n( telegraphy v1 Santa P railway Mm. anlllvan. mother of 0. H. Hul Itvnn agent f the Kentta Pe nt J'Ihk toff. In vleltlng friend In An I). H Mbley. who wm r Im-al freight gfftM rlnrh Im( year, after spending r (Hurt in me city, lert ifNiwun tor Titpek. (Jgite number of engineer, Hre mm and hraaemen are how on IIih Mm board They nil ntwlvv several nay work per weak, tiragap' train, running mi istnaen BBV IMtH time. CONtlHtM HHMlHK nhMil bV my rrma rati forHra. tvi f. aMl llPe Ml (O WHJH Par Repairer Arbeit inn. at the hrrol hop. I" ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 April 1901

VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 20. 1901. NUMBER i3 SHOCKING TRAGEDY. Rich Spaniard Kills Wlfo nml Him self at Juaroz, Mexico. JEALOUSY THE CAUSE. A shocking tragedy tht reeulted In tilt death of two of the wealthiest nml most prominent rltlsen of Clilkua htm, wm ennrted hi the residence at the PnrttRrtdsc brother In Juarac, Mexico, Monday night, any the Nl Jtijo Herald The dead are Andre Garvin. Jr.. and hit beautiful and accomplished young lirlde of four month. Uwtwl m n upstair riMiiH at Mr. PernaiideK'. nt JO 10 o'clock Garcia drew liln revol ver and shot hi wife In the back of the heed. ICxamlnltig the 1mm) y to learn If death wo rtln. the deaimr Hie man then put the musale ( the revolver In hi mouth and blow out Ilia nWH I.mImb H,'Wm. La lUm luau k... r.nUrnSI.Yn.Wr known for the public hna never known of h ripple on the iwa or uteir Htm-1 ........ , iUy hepoy llfp. am) only the tart ! Vemette ; Maeeette have pnenial up that the bonileld. and iMb ld- wh the...

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. — 20 April 1901

lll'OHM ft nvCRkHtlT. I t HMMHKHx M MUMPTHIN M1w. f fl.OO OFFICIAL NOTES, Tirrfttriftl Funis Rtctlvd-I frfffitrfs Tflpors Filod, ncor- UAfJt) 6MCC TRANIACTI0N8, NOTAKlM APPOlNTKD. Governor Oatro nwwlniod the fl lowing notaries public. Kiigeiii.. Yrlngrrl. Albuq Jerque llernaliil.. county; Jons Uonsnies. m cnm-. Dona Ann county. INCORPORATION PAPKRH PII.P.l) The Hsldon A Head Brokerage cm imny RM Incorporation paper in ti office of Territorial Secretary Walla. i he lacorporators arc Wlllam H iton. NIc iMrd U. Head and Mm I' Heart. Cwfttal. fio.von; beadqua. i-r, Kast UMi Vegas. TWMUTOKIAt. PUNlHJ. Territorial Treasurer J. II. Vaughn received from A. K. Barnaul. Jl.oo of lt9 Uxi'x. ami 4 .2.1 1 tt Hum taxes, from Ku,i-nio li,nt.o. c.,ito. of ,aa Miguel rouny. " "f loo taxes funi I. M. Jackson, to.leit r of Otero county. $4.1.1 or Hue-, nod 9.1 1.07 of MOO IHI, from Meven Canavan. is.&n for a cop of the Com piled law. from Prod Mnller. i-u Urn tor of Santa Pe county. t I Its, rnm J...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 April 1901

SBaiSH'U!11! RAILROAD OFFICIALS, Paul Morton Goes Through to Chi oago-Mudgo and Party Hero, GATES A FORMIDABLE RIVAL. aoiw i iiiiounu to oiiicaoo. On ttto dotnyoti No. t paeaanger Irfttti lut Saturday morning, frtim th YjaWl. Vice President IUmI Morion, of fm mutA Pe nmil. came In itfli it vMl to Ills wife In mmthern Califor nia, tin (nil arranged in atop over ( and take h "iwrsonal peep" at the big Improvements going mi. but lsd to forego the pleasure owing t H rush of business which liml nccu ls.Mle.leil Ht his Chicago olllrc dttrlr-g M absence In southern California. Air. Morton expressed tin- liellef that m. With other iilHclnls, would no m visit the south est on n general Nutr or lifpeetifln, ami thnt All uquerqite vmh not be overlooked on that trip TIIIQ MUIK1H PARTY. After n tour of Imitation of the road Booth or the city, of Ike ahoi nt Sit Murrhil, of the Improvement go js riu Ht Stiver City and of the bin jUhli Ht Ml lneo. (lenernl Manager limlpre, Ooncral Superintendent R...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 April 1901

THE ALMA TRAGEDY, Partictkm if the Killing of "Red" WfiTtr by Ford Hoiliman. mm even it) mao my, The little town of AlMHt. seventy teo Utiles northwest f Silver City. In iv Mosollon mining region, wna the .-ne of a killing last Tnesi.ay morn ing, by which "Red" Wisver. a well known border character, lost Ma life at tk ..anas of Tori lIoMman. lk i-artieulera of which are takea fww Hi. silver (ty Independent. Tkf origin of the trouble occurred Hi-, evening previous. There hail Irsen -...me ill-feeling between the matt for Mime llaie past, due to llolHtuan'a rt fiinal to allow Weaver to rail upon n lady relative of Ma. Ilolllman feellug that Weaver 'a reputation wna such that he m not entitled to thla rour-i.-sy t)n Monday evening the men iii. t in the store of Coats Howe nt Alma, and pome word pessed, nt which time Weaver drew bis tlx- hooter Mid fintirtsbed It In Ilolllman'P face, at I hi- oarer time striking him with hi open hand. Ilolllman. not i-iag armed, wna hp conciliatory a .....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 April 1901

53S VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXiCO, SATURDAY, APRIL 27. 1901. NUMBER 24 U Jrt ALONG THE RAILS, Intorostlng Information Regarding Railroad Officials and Employes. NEWS IN ABBREVIATED FORM. It. H. Cummlng. a Topekn railroad cr. ranched tbe city I Ml night. Kugene Dealer, or IA Grucoa, I now braking on n imaseitger run lie tween Albrotuerque nnd in Paso. Might CRM or MflHllpOX, Mil serious are reported at tbe new raHroud town or Hanta Itoeu. In Ann Miuel comity. The new machinery which wna or dered Inst winter tor lb Abtmogordo rallrtmd abope hut commenced to ar rive. The Houtketn Pacific company la putting In bit mi tanks nil along the line In Aiiaofm and will soon convert all engine to oil burners. Thi- No i passenger train from the went arrived thla morning one Hour liebliid time. It left for the north from bore in two socikhm. Judge C. K. Sterry wna allowed &. KNI In reea by the court fa the cnae of Haaford tb. the Hunt. Ke Oraml Canyon rtallroad company. Mm. W. I.. Oray. h...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 April 1901

WrtMo cowan IH'UHKA V MfCUKIOIIT. I'l-WI-inilKluS Ml HN'RIPtlON HATK. f 0 00 !i (Ml NIAU ESTATE TRANSFERS. Large Lift of Deeds Rerded During lh feet Few Weeks. Peltpc Ourulc to Tro8ln t'arabajal h lot and houac In the town of lie rcia 8. Noa llfnld. iruatee. to Henry "' Mill wife, kit I M4 I. Mk I. North rn addition. MW. , , Antonio Martina and wife to .1. II HIm k. piece of (awl In Canyon de Han Idego land grant, also h i-wre IM.mimn imprint in d grant, in whii h I situated aWd piece of land. It Ing HI yard north lo south HHI MiMiiit I mi jrarda from ent to west, jar. I I wild Hum y OuUcrre and wit In ii. t mi . Knot da Orttc. a piece of land in I Mia Wamm, about 1 acre; $ 1 .1. Harry Hpurloefc to John It. Hoffman, lot a. block 3. Wand lownnlt; HH- Jobn H. HotMUin lo Jncbaou Kh tir. lot I. block 2. Bbtml townette. I'.'IHI. Simon Sanders and wlfa to Mr. ,iiihIt Bordmaa, lots t. . 8 and I. IiIim k A. Hositead Harden tot ad dition; 6800. Miy K Kasile to Milton M. imtcher. ( il. tilii-...

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