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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 May 1902

C0N51 HP! 1 N H MinevS and . . ( ..ui i , t 1 1 ui. i .it $ i. '..Mi )tl I Ills mi i lillk 'f ' gallli'iK i'nl '-tin k I M hllllgt a mining nt Pre iti 1 1 pp. r pimluctlun of tlic Arlzo- iiiniMiiiv In .March was I,-. 1 1 ii t tinin. li Mi ll 1 .1. l . rich strike was mudo last ii the ami north level of tncl ' i mine nt Chloride. Ariz i I ii ti (bird mi I veil at Kingman f " i. i to look after tlic ttitfrt i ' I insure Mill Mining company, i . i Hit project at Chloride near 1 ' i .ii is icoIiik right n lii-ad . 'The ' r mail of machinery In epecttil ' after the flnrl. I, I' Thoiniwon mill 0. W lioichei i . transferred the ICmpire mine at i hio i li Ail... to ii. 11 lOnklns of Lou m i Ii Cntishlorallon tfi.oiHi I I i illic-avc mim- In Molmve eoun t . ' ii i is working thirty five men. ii I vv i i - in commence sinking. The iii t MiniiK out concentrates attain I "'I production of ItiiHHla clur v . ar Hint, an reported by the i Me of the Russian govcrn- i v. . i'iIb that of the pievloui...

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 May 1902

DIRECTORS AKt HERt. Will Docidc If AlbliqueriHIO Gets the 1 1 Sow Mill, VISIT THU TRAGT. A OHM iiMl 4 tratfttmr of meiabera of the Ameri LiiMber company tire here today tonight will leave for Thomin luaprc-t the Mltrhpll tract In Me- Kltttor and Valencia count lea Tko Mr ly w'fta not by .lohn A. Iee anil tbety wore taken to the Commercial rintt The queaallon of locating the hi mill'' nrp or on the tract will he detormlnml hefor1 the imity lenven hpre Thoae here arc A l( ('haputnn. prpal dent of th comiian-. Win. V linker, representing the bnnkitia house of LooIkIbII & Co. ('hlcngo. Prank M. Stowart. prcaldent of the Mrat N'ntlon nl IwnK. of Hillsdale, Mich., narlen 11. WlncheMor. prcaldent .of the I'lrat Nntional bank of IClkhnrt. Ind . II. II Ctllwon. reprcaent'iiB the American Lumbermen of Chicago. ISImer 15. Mor au, capltnllat, of Mollne. Ill . .lohn It Mutit(twcry. capltallat, Coldwater. .Mfch. 1-oiila IC lleplogle. president of the Chicago Truat aud Huroty coni ay. Uiula A ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 May 1902

ARIZONA TOWNS HOLDHOOK. From Hit Argus. Mux Sim. t r riliiiin u Sntuiilny from AlliuiU( ruie. win re lu- lirtH boon visit ing IiIh lamlly 'I'liniuii!- ' Kcnms enine down from 1110 (' in" in loduj ami tooTt tile morn ing Mali for Wb'iqucrqno. II J U.uiii i' arrived liom Allniquor H 1 1. lit mnruliig and will go out to IiIh I'll isnnt ullcy ram li. Si'iial i in loads of wool arrived from M .toIiiiH today, ami Ih being loi.ili d li to tlu ( us lor shipment. Tin ouiiuly Jail Inis boon relieved ot n 1111 mi i r 01 piisoners lately, there bo. in oh y three left, who arc hold for tin ti.inil Jury which meet In October. Moi.dii' evening at H o'clock oo i urn d tlit" marriage of Levi Savage to Ml-s dr.ggli Marvin, at the residence il Mia Mode y, Judge F. .1. Wnttrnn 01111 l.lMll)! Tin1 'iitoiH now located at For' A i u hi 111 noon lie transfcrictl to San Filllilsto. 1 1 (HI) then they Will go to th Philippines They will lie replaced at Apadic hy four Hoops of the Four l" itlit.milry and pot-...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 May 1902

c ARIZONA TOWNS r lacjS i af r i M 1 1 .!'. mi il,. it v ' i'r t Ik i 1 1 ' in , . ! ,i i M flut : ii I- I 'il I lil nu Hox3S i ixilninlrtR twi lvi room. . M Hleaa. jiitay a nnmiioi of b. were . with a fS-cctttwr nun. when It jk idcntally iliFcharaed h linll thniiiRh th haal of Charles Il A. Hither haa IhWR appointed h ir Murphy flMi and fame 'om pr for northern Artaona. The appointment l an excellent anil aatl fa tnrv me Hvr ry Bantu will lavc next weak tor Dntfla. Aria.. where hp will aaalat Ms brother. A. F. tlnnta. In the pub IttMtton of the Dlapatch. wMHly Bifarterl at thai thriving place . Tlw dwd for th BHlf of a throe iWhtho interest In thi Lttat Chance afar. In the Oraad Canyon, waa re teriHnl by Recorder HlWwti yeaterdny. T purchaser waa Klohnrd Foaler. of 06teavi. III., and the price imiIiI M), ait). A f-w months axo this property for IS&.iHio jUaater Huah. Hon of Mr uml Mra. J. Vf. Wathrford rll front a deliv ery wagon yealorday and auatnlneri lu hrl whirl) will ki-t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 May 1902

I Railroad (li o i, i i I liunu i f ,a I ,ie kit ! Hill I' IV. .1 111"-' UM I till Tin pill i'u i ,1 tin Slilllil I'", Cell till lllll.MU "Illl'IIIIV c (lltllll, lli'eil n- i tl.i.s will, near linliateo. l"t,ii,l. v!,.i ii,.. i' uimitiuidi Tl Aftnlt Am n pi ii on .it-Ik in the iUiiBtttpr,llfcttr.i. hnve gone to AUmioordo. N. olll i in Hi, i. ii al roumlbmtae Al.. whom they expect lo Kt joba with lfii ti v. , i i epi-pmiitml In Su Alnr-! In Rock Inland. It ia probuhlo that i i.ii I. tu ' low ( in, in, t,r c. wiuimmuM nun I'latlK .Meyer, imin soon ni- i ' 1 ti .tinl loeortinllroe worn put It ' i ..in lnt wenk on tfc Pwu .i tin. to handle the ruah Block 1 1 ,i ni P . lii r.ian Council, wno was one nl l'i i runt end brnkemen replaced tu j ,u:i igc. In, iirei jtp'1 n run n ilio Santa F- blanch Tin Santa IV Central railway nine Ih i-ntli run nu to arrange m-vcral Kiiitit if Lai' with the Albuquerque IlrOV. IW lilts hi USIIIt. I I Igi II I. Waldo. Milleltnr for the Santa I-1 railway avalem...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 May 1902

STOCK NOTES n friendly call at tin school thin week Mr Richards Ik -ml Ing Itullnn help f"f tin licet Molds at Holly. Colo, mill Mr (inrcln h securing Mexican labor for tho same purpose at Itocky Kortl Colo. Tin Cattle ami HorM n mm inl'oii will iiii-tt at Mngdult nn tu. Ma 1 ' A stlnllg .'t it toil Will I'OHIt III' fill "! pillerHtloll plOtl'Mllll. (Cltlllhf Hie it nioval of drill lonccg liy tin govern ment. The lH'iivr Klnld anil I'nrin snys The Aster Innil anil cattle company of Aiiinna -one of tin- most iitomliK'tit miw oHIIIU doing htislneaH on the inup bus ftnnllj thrown up Its tall by clos ing out every hoof and In now squaring ItMlf to go Into the sheep business. The Utah output of wool this yenr will be 30 pur rent greater than It hos hosii for yenn, past. I'ully Ifi.iM'O.oou pounds of llunee will be Hhlpped eapit tltMi season. H.oim.nno pounds more thnn hint year. The prospects for the nil"W ii it" ' an united to Join nnd aid n id. il k MORE TO GO. Superintendents Bc.imer ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

1113 VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1902. NUMBER 26 ( Territorial Topics SOCORRO. Fiom t.r Chit ftnln Duitrit court mh com one In this d (in the Kith ItiHt. Km iik I Smith ciinir in from IUh cat I i raii' li near Montlrcllo. Mrs Via Morloy arrived In tho city iron Mi- Morloy ranch west of Mngdii V I HI .) H Sq nrcrf nml .Mm Horry nro rus that ng in tnc llui'Mini nml McMillan ran"' i 'i'Ihk t'lc busy season. Mi ind Mrs. I'iIo S. lliinmiol. of Mas Inleiiu. were among the visitors In tlir itt nt the military hall. Mr anil Mra. Joseph Price arc hav ing a iiios' enjoyable tlmo nt French Lhk Sprlngt Inil.. nml both being much Item lltti'd. Mrs ,T S. Mnctavlsl', of Magdalenn. wan a west .inund pnssotigor from Al Iniiim rqii'' where she had been visit Ing i.cvcrnl days. 1 in K C.rlillth Is attending Mrs In n xir Ol II lip I rilTh II Illf illlMJUUe l -II. Orurth 111 attending upon court nt Lin- the spring but his determination Is tin- nl ati il T I Mitchell nml fnmlly o...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

w .. ,r.c -tfuuUOttfrmtf ttlfCkltJ Ullrjfl) ' ' IIWMHfl & MtTIIRKi"T, ITHUanRltS atrtMt'RiiTioN nim Qawr Citirtm, per yesr M M Denver kmi nil AinwtaM clttn ilonil of crime. In :"o town ever tiiftde a cent abasias roma other town. It It dentlltelv nettled that the St. UtWla Worids fair Will be postponed till 'W Tin lllf,en not In the ' ruahlnr" iHlttllOM. it wiahen prosne'rity to ever; tflu'ii In the territory. , tv owna Ita sewerage ayatem. over The Cltlien toelay la almost a row- half own their wnt.M-supply . ono-elghth jilOte reflex of the news of the whole r ,, own ,.pcU.P lighting planta. territory of New Mexico. v,,ry ,,.w ,,,at., 8 awn Raa works, only ... nno city own and ope rntes a atreet If we continually alander oursedvos . railway ayatem nml nol a single inn wo ought not to object to belug slnn- i nlclpal telephone exchange la reported, elurod and vlil1flel by outaldera. ! There are, however, some municipal telephone fin alarm, nnd poaatldy po- Chicago haa over 1.100 ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

( Notes from Correspondents BERNALILLO. Spec In I Correspondence. liornnllllo, .May :i Miss Steele, one or tho teachers of tin Alt)UiiHriiu In dian st hool, . vlHltliiK hor friend. Miss Btlul Gregg, for a few days. Quite a little excitement hero us to who cliiill our next postmaster. hast w'odnesilny evening, April :io, a very lino iiitcrtulnmout wns given by till' fin pi I of the Lorotto pulillc school anil convent Tim entertainment con i istod of qu'to a number of very pret ty drills, Instrumental playing and roe Hull ins Tho program wan over two buns In length, hut every iiiunlier was ho well executed that the attention of the andlenee wan liopt to the clone. The convent sisters. Indeed, deserve a mi nt deal of credit for the excellent tralnlni; of the children for the enter tainment The Klrlw of the convent wire very prettily dressed In plnl:, wh'lo others were In white. The Jap an cos-tunics and the costumes for lie bittereup anil dnlsy drill were In died vny pretty and fascina...

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 May 1902

Mine Win M HoiilitH. ..f I!,' .' ia uj. w "l h .Hon ut. Now tin count, has luii.'iiHH.'ii .Hi' f M'tii ort. s ,.,,,), ,i,t..i beautifully on Hit Utvflt In lh. oh) Am- li.Hii mine ivm , ,,, ., lt consluorod uiiiiocbb JlWhoro. CoMWonitloi, J2.IK.0 )b tn rJ.nnl(le ,,,.,. Itlllaboro. Sierra county. will J ' 'Pilars1 tire thousands of Ion of ori In nitwth ka .mploytaent to aboiit 3" , BUrBl , lhe mi,u. nni ti,0 , wiu . ulna. Tw companies and the Oalles , kipt )K,utlll,ng flwity for months to Milt wll each give employment to ,.ome fltKmt idxt.v mn. I We understand that O. F. Kuoneor Tlis tnta IWa district. New Mxlro, I ,,, resigncl the suporlnteniloney of i (joining to the front mid now attract the German Amet li nn company, ami fi sfeclnl atlentlein Several rlrh ship-' v, ill at once begin operations on the ifMLtMa of ore nave reeeutly andc rk ami 9n Antonio mines nonr Mln to tile AH Paao smelter. .rnl Peak. The Ai tins n two coin Honor's ootne to Laj Vegas of rlrh pariment shaft several...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

Gallup, Cerrillos and Bland GALLUP. !'n i in tilt Republlonn. The now well nt tin- round limine Iiiih boon completed; It Ih 1511 feet deep, Ahsi sseir C'niiiivan Is mjiklng n trip through the custom putt i)f the county on business. Mrs W. H. Wolff, wild lys boon vis Itni;' In California for tlio punt two inontliK, !h expected homo next. week. Misses Clayton and Murphy are not nppllt'iintK for poHltlmiH as teachers In tin piilille schools here next yenr. On the USth Inst., Referee Sahln heard the evidence In the dlvoioo null or Mrs, Luolln Miner vh. L. II. Minor. Mr. Granger, a brother of the gontlo iiiiin who wiih here hiHt Hiiinnier unci who Ih interested In oil IiiimIh here. Ih upending n few ilnyH In Gallup. Mr. ('. V. ItiicHon. wi.V of local mus ter mechanic of the Colorado Fuel tl Iron company, recently arrived from tlie cant Two new huso lmll tcaniH have been oiKiinl.cii, one at Gibson and the ollit.'r at Weaver 'I'oni McAllister Is mana ger of the Gibson team. M iB WIiHhcii. ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

LAMBS FOR PROFIT A now i iiHlni'HH for the fn'iiuis . f the cistern end (if Long Island i-. rthat Ih known 11 h the raising f ini'lewsc lainlm for t lie early market, -asu tin Philadelphia Lodger. At It'iiHt tlniM farmers are nt presort InlcrcHtoi in this luminous, mill thoy tire ninkliiK money on tin- venture. Hothouse lainlm mo n luxury llml hut few inn iihtnln. 'I h demand bognn n fow yours ago for lambs out of son Don, nnil those with pookotbooka loni: enough were willing to my nny price to got them. Two yenrs ngn a Say vlllo fnrmor shipped nliont twenty to inarltot, and the returns wore so sntl factory tliat ho made urnngoiuonts to go Into the business more extensively. Last yonr he shipped fifty-seven. Tho HhtpniuntM arc made In tli latter part of Kolirunry and tlit Hint of March, nml tlio fancy prices or $8. $1(1 and $12 each nro received for n very small lunili. Thu darenMcp arc nccr cut up. They aru sold by the wholesaler illren to ens tumors, who tine them In big dinners. ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

I Pailroad l'lu Snnln Ko Central Hallway com pnny hits received two carloads (if Ktudebuker wagons mid throe sprlnk lors for Its construction work. ('red Hcsle, one of tho bridge gnng, got a log broken whllo working n bridge at Wagon Mound, liy one of tli. heavy girders falling on lilui. .lohii McCreary, draughtsman, con nected with the mechanical dopart incut or tho Santn Fo at Denver, was In Kalon, leaving for La .Inntn tho next day The WnHliliurn. Ilnyllold & Iron Hive, rnllwnv of Wisconsin haH liccn Hold to tho Northern Pacific. The eon- HlderatU.u Is wild to have heen ? 1 1 G j 111)0. J. II. Johnson, nsslstunt general j i.i.. ,r ii... ri..w f..i.. i.. I-, freight agent of the Clulf, Colorado &. Hiinta Fo, nas resigned to take a posi tion with the (lalveston chamlicr ol commerce The tests on the new wrecker, No. Ii, hnve lioon eminently satisfactory and a crew will lie ntiHlgucd to It. The wrecker will he used hetweeu Hnton tiud HI Paso. Engine SI I Is receiving attentio...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 May 1902

"J Town of Tin art 1 1 in regard " ' -v ' an ; Which li.i l.ci II pulli lii il - teriitcrinl ( xi-hanges witlm 'n." credit, win illppotl Ironi tli Hm l .Mountain News. It Id n i oiiimi ntlnit written George It. Call ll and rd a follow The immediate anil crying m 1 of Oftrhjhad nnd vicinity Is u crennier with tin investment of from $ln,nno to Itt.wm. Cnrlalmit Itself affords n market, imt month fur -.'" pound! of butter, with u tributary ereatnery radius tonchlnK. Ult tlie oti hand, to Pecoa and on the otliar hnnit to tloawell, with a t1ou or iOr lalnriiiuillnto towns tlio figure flute mIc of butter from h cnmjTiud orefiijwj "'iinthiK at lenat o.oon nWniAn pr month, with n year arontul lirMtif of 25 cent (Kir pound. 'Hie dntry pluck of tin Cnrlabnd re gjDH Includes Jeraoya, Durham, Hod UDflfd nd ItoUtoln. with alftilfn. Witt corn, millet, blue gnu, timothy, (lie., a feed nnd mllh producing fno tow. Almost tho entire market niillus of a (jArtttMul i reuiner In traversed ly Paaos Vnlle...

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 May 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1902. NUMBER 27 ( Territorial Topics SAN JUAN COUNTY. . Jrmirlnton. J M Palmer rcntcil his farm this week in .1 I! Itiiftn. formerly of Okla- j10mn vires nt F nrmlngton upon oecnslon of Mr A 0 Hlppenmeyer hnB been ' celebration ol I tho tdghty-thlrd an upending tin Inst two weeks down nt "Ivomiry of the fo"K r CM J M tho Jewett .Mission visiting with .Mrs '"whip In the . United Sin rs. Tho via ICIdrcdgc and other mends. ! '' were well pleased wl h tho enter- 1). .1 Craig wns kicked In the stotn- tnlnment the I-nrmlngton brothers nnd nrh l.- n horse last Saturday and has I", liavlK nrrnnitcil a most de hardly hcen nhlo lo he around since. U ittul program lor the occasion. He Ik aide to bo In town todny. , Index. Frank ClonfuegoB loaves .Monday for , springer Gallup, where he goes to bring over! t. .. I. 1 C .. ..41...... I .,!... I1IH lUlllur-iiiMun. nniuiiiKo i."!". will innko his home here 11. i. Wheeler, president or the First N...

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 May 1902

M veialty nnil such othor territorial In-' liody of ninety, nnd tin west will hnvo IllillUTflllC Itlffltlll (J ilnfl) i-iiltntloiiK a miiy fiitor. will ccrtnlnly representation apportioned rntlior to I 1 1 ((, ln.mt interesting nmntcnr nth- area than population The change thnt HII0IIK3 McORKIfiHT. PfHWhllKlta I loile event that line over tnkon place will Ik nrought nliout In the house of I n ti. t.fi Unn . nnil certainly tends to representatives will lie comparatively ai'itoiMiiimnv imti. prove tnnt vhtle our population nisiy Insignificant, belns ntalnly due to tho (n.iw.uu ui. Air. . nuineroiiH than our onst- fart that the ropiesontntlveB will have Ulv"1""' V" y-ftr. ..' ..'Soo'ern slat, r -ihi.-h. New MeMeo Is not a vote apiece while the delogntea have , (in vim Ih 'iinii UHiH in cnterprisea ll'a push that ttUehui! hMl through , properly .! miwi mk to educational In tho ni'iimte this session. fllltiitlttiiK. tw'th 'i hates and guinea, In tollsclunl and physical development. Nv Mex...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 May 1902

( STOCK Ilrynn &. Budget shipped 2,000 head 'Of tattle bought irom Ilnehtien, A. T., from (ho Doming stock ynids, during the week The Htock goes to pasture's in .Molilalia. There' nro now only sixty odd ears of fatted Iambs In Wold rounty. Colo., to go to market. Some of the feeders nre talking of holding their ImiihB on food until the middle or latter part of May, in spite of tlio high prlcu of feed. All sheep men are awaro of the fact that wool from grain fed sheep will out weigh that grown on the hack of hay fed Hhecp, Imt all urn not cognizant of tin fnit that It will outshrlnk It an well Sell com fed wool In the dill. It Is reported that rattle being ship ped from Arizona points nro dying In tnuiHl on .vcotint of their emaciated condition. The ranges in Arizona are in dad eondltlon, and eattle nre being hIiIi pi d In order to uave ns many us possible. Tlie lark of Bnow Inst winter had the effort 'iiilte naturally of creating con siderable dust on the range mid wool Ih not b...

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 May 1902

R.ailroaid Topics Pn Htn.-tcr It 1, M t ! Santa )'i Central tt h -t ii ' Tin mail cm tin Snntn i'.ulii- . being weighed thin iiiontli I). A. Mhnpi'. superintendent "f build 'r and bridges, on tlip Viii1 d'vls Ion. In, l!l the city. W S. Hubbell and W. A. Usvcr. it tint Santa lV (Central olllce, Santa IV. left for Kennedy Btatlon on (iimlncs Tiii places made vacant by the de crease In tlie force the lam of March huvo been ordered filled, owing to a rush of stock trains. T. .1. Helm, ngmt of the Denver & Hlo Grande at Santa Fe. who hns boon (onllned to hie home with Illness, the pait fen- dayH, Ir nlile to bo out again. The train and engine men have been requested to report to the trainmaster as soon iik posslblo for exanilnatlon for the now book of rules golug Into effect Jur.o 1. The Citlr.en has received a copy of a booklet, Juat IihiioiI by the Santa Fe. entitled. "Coronado and Some Califor nia Mtaalnna." It Is appropriately lllus tiatml. Thu Centra! Pnolili railway Is going t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 May 1902

3 w li o 11 o C A n K It ml n ex In c Notes from Correspondents GOLDEN. Special Correspondence. (lolilort. N. M . May If-,. Tho mill of Hid Old Reliable .Mlno company nt (! ilon In running steadily milling oro fit m llii' Snn Miguel mine. H, J. Trotter ti Co., art' linnllng oro from ttu.' old Timor mini'. Tho oro no imiii'ii in mo mm at Mention. Mersrs. Fred l'ottys and Hill, who I have taken a long lenso In the Flno mine. belonging to U. Martin, of Kan sna I'lty, are taking out some very good free gold oro. (leorgo N. I'rotzman lt taking out oro from tho Shamrock mlno and In washing tho same In a rockor near the mlno Tho oro pays $! per ton and In vi ry free milling. .loo Keel nnd (leorgo Wright have tnktn a contract to nlnk thlity feet In the Gold Klin; mlno. Thin will make tho flhnit two hundred ami ton feet deep, whom tho chute from tho old copper mine Ih supposed to he. The propei ly helongB to T. It. Catron and However, it seems tnere are JurteB in will he properly worked If t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 May 1902

- fi r ( ARIZONA TOWNS ST. JOHNS. From tin Snips. II. SclniMti r Ihih just !' "tire of hi nt).iiifitttuint as iioHttitn- . We hope lie will adopt some n . r forms In Its tnniiiigoinont. It m true (hut this Is not n city, hut out post (llllic should Ik- a postollleo In Hip WW Intended liy tho government .1. J. Ktirmm mine In fiom the range returning in iimn tho next nlglit. While In town he nmrtoil tlmt I' T. Uolunmn hud len tho victim of nn accident nut mat Cloncgn Amanita III) wiis riiilne nfti-r somo cattle nnd IiIb mrai if.il i.i. him nillcil.... ..mImV.. 1 nil iiowriiiii suuin ? ti l i n lml hVk tlui." ?lnv i f. i1.?''?.." ..'.V..' ' '. " J. n.1. fhr he Iiiih boon hint several llmos ie .'enUy. HOLBROOK. at Fort 1'Vljm til" ArRH. Th oxchnitKe of troops AtHiene has Kn nnstnonoil. Two teninsterg nt l-ort Apnnhe woro v-mmni nave remuou in ine rancn ruoontly det.Ttod In stnlliiR Rinln 'or aUut fomteen years ami are do iVom the government. Thoy wore serving of n gllnipic of tho outsid...

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