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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 17 May 1902

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Adjourned Regular Session of County Commissioners. Albuquerque, N. Al., Oct. H, 1901. The hoard mut inirsuant to adjourn incut. Present, lion. H. A. Allera, chair man; Joso L. Allller and Adolph Harsh, members, anil .t. A. Summers, clerk. Mliniti.'H of previous mooting read and approvd. 'I'he following bills won1 allowed and the clerk wns Instructed to draw war laidH on the troasifrur for the payment for the Kauio: Alailano C. Ilrown, constable fccH, $1.75. L. II. Ainerlcaiio Pub. Co., letter bends. enveloiicH and blankH, assessor's- cilice. $18.50. Jchiib M. Sandoval. iiHRCKHor, making pen, tax hooks lor vear 18SU- lino. S' o Alijandro Sandoval, making poll tax nooua ior year r.mi. s 21). Alljnndro Sandoval. 200 poHtal cards loo notices, mm blanks. $22.50. 13. Taloya, river commissioner, quar ler ending September 3u. 1S01. $115.50. l-rnticlsco (louzulcs. river commix Kloncr, qunitci ondliiK September 30 Finnclsco flithnhlon, river eotntnls idenir quarter ending...

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. — 17 May 1902

I World's Earthquakes 1 At the (Ity of Chlltmiiilng" M.xh" mi January is. 1901, nn oiirtuMinlu i.'hiihxI tlic (lentil of 100 people and rendered 5.00(1 homeless. More tlinn (100 houses vi'i' destroyed Five dny lntor further aliocks were experienced, liut no damage wits done. 'Parrthlo ns was tho dlsnstor of .Inn tinry IS, It was nevrtholofiB. u slight Otimmntlon compared with the most iletrtrii'.'lvo 'nirtliqiiaK of modern Hiil. It Is estlii.iitod I hut fron. Ilrst to lust 18.000,000 liuinnn bolngs liuve lost their llvOR In (nrlhriinlm. M. ilo Montossus do llnlloro. n French scientist, who has mndo it spec liil study of the subject, calculates that this plnnet endures 10, or. 7 onrthiiuul-.ps on an average every year, or one earth iinko ovury half hour. Most of those ocour In apareely hihahltod rountrleH. and a inrge nnniber at (he bottom of thi) orenn. so that they are not ohsurv- mid American tourists, wiih totally de stroyed Those In the village who survived 1 the fulling wiiIIh ...

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 May 1902

I ' ars i i I 1J VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1902. NUMBER 28 Territorial Topics SANTA FE. From the Now Mexican. Tho Syonrold daughter of .Mr anil Mrs, Francisco Orlogo died tit tho homo or tho parentis on Aruo. Frlu roml. Colonel J. Finnic Chaves, Htiporin tondont or public Instruction, hns re turned from Rntoti, whom ho dollvured tho address at tho commencement ex orcises ff tho city high school. lion I II. I latum, nuperlntoudont of forest reserves In New Mexico, will lenve on .Monday for tho Gila torest re nerve, to spend several weeks. Upon Ids return ho will go to Washington. County Surveyor John I.. Zimmer man and n party ol' surveyors are In Mora coti-'y at present mnklng a mini hor of aurveys on tho Mora land grant, Harry Tew Warner, deputy terri torial secretary, Is confined to his home on College street, with a compli cation of diseases, Tho contests at the Lord to aendomy Imanr brought out a law crowd. Tho principal contests were decided as fol lo...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

lliw, .V: Mi-ntKIO "f. I't hi.imih(. xv&Ii' TtfjCWPTTOr: RTK i 'en. ror vist l "0 j no . h i.nvi nt4 ton nrnveti u iiii'trc "' avory instance t tko United suites. HI Paso I taring a bulldiiu? boom tad building.- to eon I.Oo.i- an In ooxirse of couHtruelitn. very portion of .NV Mexico M fMtud lact week by thacly ra n, and pe4 crops arc assured In le trrl iny. Un monument .n the soldiers and gajftin or ladlaia. recently d4irfintd TB totaMiimpolla, ia ait fert Ma and QttM ".O60. r k dtlvmn hu nurcaaact! the Ua- lau'lliuu.. Il ia Aral Has nrttatar MM good writer iumJ will greatly Im prove um rtange. The path rf almost -very man's sue QMS hai I pa -ad with failure mm have been tlw guides tout point (r no way U succeag. Tit WMA effective way to exclude (titiKW labor would bo for white ittcti tjs Make up their mlwhi to patronise XMRm moor rasmaa or ywww f'naWpni Palma. of tlia Culian ro- .aiUi will l luauammtart mi Mgy 30. ia at Clenfuogos preparing lrfa mogggge to tne vtiuan congTeaa ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

PENKNIFE It Cut the Throats Two Pennlfi. Of Sunday Morning Crime in a North Third Street House. James Brown Used the Knife on Corn Miller and Himself. GETTING ALONG NICELY. After nn all night's debauch laRt Saturday a crime wns committed at :io7 Ninth Thlnl street, mid on Siindnv mottling there wcii! twci victims with tl.olr throutH cut James Drawn lien In ono of tho i( mils, iiiulor guard, with n ghastly W'iiiihI extending from onr to oar. anil Civil Miller. the mailnni of tho house, In another room, with her throat part- i ut from right to loft. Saturday night Inttt Drown nml Cora, v-i " hud of.cii sought Hid wlno when It . red. were out on a regular old-fn--hiiin.-il spree a paco that usually kill . ami early Sunday morning tum id in for a row hours' rost. (In reaching the house. Drown felt like sloop wiih ncodoil, nail rolled ovor on the IipiI. Mere the story to the beginning of a liloody crime starts: Cora says that they got to quarreling and Hhe slapped him In the face and tol...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

Notes from Correspondents GOLDEN. 8r i 'fll Col I . pntldcllce. Golden-. May 19. Col Tarlfv aom pntild by MIm l)e huno Daugberty mil! Mr. Diiugherty eiiine up .in yes- turdny stnire and will anond several .lays looking over (ho Interstate Min Ing company's ground. .Mr. W. S. Rlshwoith, innnngrr of the llalnl Mining Company Limited. lhil a runaway thin morning, hut only damaged the pole of his buggy and nthar small pnits. Tlio Old Jtollnble Mining company's mill will stnrt tomorrow milling fifty ttib of old time ore for Messrs. Trot ter, Hlm-mnn and Wilpon. The ore prospucla about $15 per ton ALGODONEG. Hnoelal Correspondonoe. Algondones. N. M May 18.--Thnre nro iu!w doelopmentfi In regard to the smultar building huro. Some east ptii qapItnllHts nre here logklng over the sltiiiUion. mil It now socms na If thoro Is no doubt that work will soon commence. A carload of lumber has loti ordered ami will be heie Tuesday or Wodnesdny of this weok. A. .f. I'rnnk has been hero for some days nn...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

c Weekly Crop Bulletin United States Department of Atjrlcul. New 2LT P ' ... ' ' Although tho rains of tho pant tci lim. i.nv.. ..r,.,..H. ,.,...,...,i ,..., imi. i iiii.I II !. .. 4 I... t " " twvi b. on SIM ltSV tho nocd "f v. gidullcni. excepting possibly In the hIho to mart the ranuo uraHH wh'eh in i i., ,..i,. it iiiiiiiiih " 'U nunii. niinivn, nil- Kiillon water Ih fairly plentiful oxeopt Iiik lu a few localltloH. with an iiHRiir aneo or a Htoady Hiipply from tho moim-1 tnliiH for Home time to ciimi. nml nit tnlim for Home tlmo to come, and all cropB undor ditch nro makliiR very Kood pOKres. I'lnntliiK Ih about fin ished In Houthorn d'ntrlctH, while In tho north .-owing oatH and plantlnj? corn Ih well iiiiiIi r wnv in in-iirnti.il iii.i.iu u:. I much of tho crop up anil riowIiik fairly well Tin- cold nlKhtH or the htHt row llltl ' luitll-t. ! mill UCtl.n i.i ..!.. i .i.. ' ' ' " Hill 111 Willi in j f,l VIUI3 Injun t..rn that Ih above tho ground. north, in valleys and lu tho re...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

j railroad Topics Bmmmmmmmmmmw&hmmjmmmmmasammmmmmmmmmm .1 11" all l-lei III' mil ,r Hi. I ahopa. hat. n signed and W i: iiM ! i la his MK-.-canor. Dr. Morris, the S.nuta l (Vutrui ptepMrlM Anil surfMti, Is how located aartnanently at Kaitiiorty. "wfiper" Hale, an Ui extra hoard Mir hb, Iiiib rwtutiM!. and will n In aoHic nthir otjcaanilon 9i4lMr Merhnnlf 11 I'dttoraun hah fitWMMl to bfar!iunrra at Itnton. iftar A trip to thu i lty nml Etui Mur (M. J. M. liMkell and tamlly of 101 lnao nn in ihf city. Ha van In the employ CM Utt oulirn I'arlflr fralnht oiBre Kt Hi 1'bo. Lout O'llnar. who wn employed hy !lJ5l,M te C21ifm' ,lt wn 'Pumajce, baa been tranafeiTwl to the Kojiuedy cum p. U I'. IMUtOfl and wife, ot Monet, Mo. urn aawndlnii a few dnya In the city. Sir. Datttiu la manaaei of tue llnrvey Imnhm nt that place. Harry Chit wood ha taken a poalllon B Utu SantH Fe Centml. He will hnve charge of the omralartiy nt Clark, In tltv O'Mara oal flelda rmuik Xunh. machinist. hn muvu.1 Int...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

FOUNDING OF ALBUQUERQUE ITS HISTORY TO END SPANISH DOMINATION 1 "OTHER PEOPLES MONEY." Tho exact (Into of the fountlliiK of ed In person from Atlmrquouni" Albuquerque hns been mh much of n ngnlnst the hostile Mcqul Indians, with que'dlon among historians for tlu stxtyolgh" soldiers, ntnmi piinii'tl by grcotir part of two centuries iib tho the "iistodlo. Pedro Antonio Cmnargo. protu r spelling ot Its nnmu hns among the onblhlo uf bantu if. ami n rorco or mndo such a success. 'Hie scones arc tin tn nllod Ainorlonns since the occii- ltlous of Alhiirquerque "nil l.a Ciifi- laid in a broker's oltlee and In tin- aim Alter two unities anu inu ui' A Laughable Force at Colombo Hall. Monday, May 19. Tin C '(! n.i Spmm- (Coin) (5a i tti .r ay 1 1 a-. 'iilii.t- Djiitiilitt Mfituit " lit fivntitnd at Hi" ..pent house lust night hy lien-j mist into a pronounced pessimist, the tifHH.v l.oiole and company, proved to i "ver " ' " "- lie u pleasing and Inughnhlo farce. The iilar Ib something tutor th...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 24 May 1902

r,'Jb L Tree, Plant Afli'i K"''l den' ill n!i'ii 'fi IU n:ill nf tin Clillli.. nln lum li 'hi -i tetiiry ol lln- :..tcrloi' Iihk I i n l n i M) MTUI'i' iKiMOHBlOII I'V fundi ill IKlt i Hi If U hljt lino foruflt In Ciillfornm Tin owner of the property lum lrn tJn?tn wltli tin- government foi nuin lir nf yen in looking to Hie sale of thr irt trea Than- tire still wmio people wlio -Hot tlmt moth trnps arc nil tlnlit imt vvllh mom other advanced liortleiillur (BtB we have mi I den Unit lliov tie more Imrm limn modi) In an orchnrd. Tln wljl not enteli the codling ninth, cur otilio, Iwror. canker worm cir koiikci mill thuee are the Insects wo wniit to Tcffl. The iiso of ninth iraiw by Hip Ken urn I pnlilli' will do moie hiirin limn feooij iiml they will catch more friends Minn enemies. The uho of lights t) -Save tipples, peaches mid plums In u iletiltleilly dismal fnlluro. When currant leaves appear In the. Hilling they M It 01 1 1 il he closely wntehed inr Indications uf the currant worm...

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. — 31 May 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1902. NUMBER 29 Territorial Topics LAS VEGAS. From tin Record. Miss Helen MeNnllan. teacher of lh public schools nt Gallup. In here nt tt'iidltiB tlio teachers' Institute. j Rddlo Roberts, while rldliiK his bi 1 cycle, was thrown nnd sustained u fractured mm. He Is delivery boy for, linml" & llnrwurd. .1 S. Ciooil & Co.. hnvo entered suit' ngnlnst Dan Orlllln. In Colfnx county i diKirlct court, for the sum of $3,000. amount alleged to be due for merchan dise sold. Complaint tins been made against Amanda Scott, Blanche Pierce and l.uiu Honey for stealing bicycles and threatening to cut or kill somebody. If they do not. mend their wnys, Judge Woostor will give them an Interview. W. W. Pnrce, a landscape gardener from Denver, Is expected here to plat nnd lay out the Normal school ground. The largo area around the tine cdltlce will be laid out In shrubbery. Mowers and grass and will maku a beautiful addition to that part of th...

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. — 31 May 1902

;lluiqurrr)iie Wrrlilij Ujlgn) IIHOIIKS ,t McCKKIOHT, ruiiMailKlis SOII.OIUITION IUTHS. IttAv Clttiun, (w year tOMQ Vtrky. 2 00 Tito valuation for taxation In thin (iHy shonl I lie equalized. Albuquerque should follow thi- exam plo sot by Las Vegns nuil organize ti Statehood club There an artesian wells in the vlfllnlty of HohwoII. and (lint nty l iloHtluod lo bo tlir center of the ftufricu spot of New Mcxlio. This flty pays so much for a watur franchise Hint It cniinnt afford to hire water wagons lo sprinkle the structs or to water thf treK "If mon would root for themselves half as hard a tlioy do for the home lingo hull team, nays tlic Alfalfa Sago, "tlioy would nil bo living on boule vards." Tho i uobto Chieftain Is making a Mrong light against gambling In tlint tilty. It Hays that gambling Ih t lie worst onemy of the Inhororlng men of that ulty. ' Reports trom Washington state that tho Intori'Bt which President Roosevelt Is taking In Ilic Irrigation bill may re nult In the pnt.s...

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. — 31 May 1902

PLOTTED MURDER. Confession Revealed Awful Crime Committed Over 5 Years Ago. SENT TO PENITENTIARY. A correspondent of thu Denver News, writing from Tlerrn Ainurllla, under dutu of May 21, says: Hy thu confession of Junn Onllegos before the grand Jury today one of thu most ilntnimlile conspiracies to muriler for nuney and revenge that was ever brought to light In New Mexico wus re vealed. On the morning of Mnreh 8, 1897, the murdered bodies of Sllverlo Martlnuz nnd Mrn, t). Sandoval were found lying together In u house In the little plaza of Coyote, In thin county, In such a position as to lead to thu hellef that they had been intimate. To add to this heller the husband of the dead woman boldly announced that he had come home late the previous night, and, find ing the couple together, shot them both dend. lie then got upon his horse, rode off to Santa Fo and gave himself tip to the authorities, telling the same Htory, He was tried at th next term of the Ulo Arriba county district cour...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 31 May 1902

Notes from Correspondents SILVER CITY. A il.-.by Show in the Near Future -The Elks Will Entertain. Shw-IhI ('orrcMiHititlHiiui). 8Mrr City. N M.. May 28 -Sllvi t Otly Is to hitw n bnby show In the nest filUir anil a number of competent men ivlio (teem UiciiiscIvoh culled upon t Iiq Judges uii' after that honor, The bnhy crop In t IiIk city has boon very lKod during the int yenr nnd the con lOHti.nt will Ik- numerous. .Mr. nml .Mm. Del HuIkoii returned from n several weeks plenum c trip lo tln Pacific coast yeMerdny. A eiiie In which ninny of tln cattle in Mil of (Jruiil county ore Intercut od Iiuh been In iniigri'HH for the pant week in thin rlty The ense Ih the Lyons & Unmpbrll Hange & Cattle company agaltiHt T 1.. Stockton. i't nl. Testi mony Is being taken hy Ho force Frank .1. Wright and caRe Involve Homo very Important lltlgutloii as to the owner of tho Mule Springs cattle range in 1 ho western patt of the county. Quite a large hunch of cattle will he loaded from the lo...

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. — 31 May 1902

IN EARLY DAYS. Story How Bill Henson, a Montana Hangman, Was Hung. RODBER AND MURDERER. "Ill the year of lS(I!t, Just before ! wont Id Port Denton, there occurred n hanging which la worthy of record. In the enrly dnys of Montana, the stnges had a iiuui by the nniiio of 13x lleedlor ii" a guard and messenger. Tills gen-tli-nian took an active part In n grent many hangings. Any where a vlgllnnco I'oniinlttee waH concerned Mr. 13 wns op" of them. He got jiretty well noted, hated nnd despised by a 'ertaln class, mieh iih those known aH ronndei'H, etc. lint muHl all of the btinliio.Hn men stood by 13x lleedler nnd kept lilni dolus pome kind of work yearn after. Somo time In 18118 or ISM, Heedler came down from Helena to Henlon accompa nied by a mm: by the name of William Henson. HenHon had been In trouble up at Helena. A Chinawoman had been murdered and robbed am) llonson wns Ir'ed for the Innrder, but owing to the victim being a Chinese and I3x lleedler a friend to HenHon, the Jury let ...

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. — 31 May 1902

LAS VEGAS. From (lie Itf i oril. Perry Knrliksnn returned fr'in SnislncHs trip tn A llitirior(it. Mr. and Mr. Arthur Lowo expect to Itiuvo Sunday far nti o.xtouilvd visit In I'nnmln MrK M (1 Sr-hnnfi.r finil fntnlli tnfl I for Hnntlngo, Cal., fnr a fuw months vIhII. MIkb Minnie Williams returned from Albuquerque, where sho wns visiting hor inotlmr. Wlillnm Gregg, of Pi nor Welts, who 1h Interested In a big shoop ranch at that plnco. with I'. A. Manznnnros, of thin city, Ih In town. Mr. Green, of Croon's lake, brought In Hi rot! tubs of IIhIi he hud seined from Ills lake, nml disposed of tlimn here. They wort- beauties. Parties In F.llsvillo, III.. are inquiring for the whereabouts of one James Wll Hon. formerly a teamster hero. Ills fathiir died recently and left Home jiroperty, to which ho Ib holr. Cnptnln Fort returned from Tucum rnrl and Bald there were twelve wit nesses on the way from there to tes tiry In the Ha kin. Ilurdlck. Fondvillr hearing Saturday llonllnoln Hulas, ot Pln...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 31 May 1902

I R.ailroad Topics F. II, Mudgo, of the Santo Fo en gineering corps, Ih In HI Pnso on olllclnl ilnty. J. A. McDonald, n former brokemnti at Las Vegns, loTt for IiIh liomo in In illnnn, Tho first mile of grade on the Ratoi tnonntnln will bo completed by the first of .Inly. Engineer Kinney lms nrranged for a lay off, anil will visit Chicago and other Mg cities. Mrs. Snook, wlfo of Conductor Snook, Ih to leave Raton for KansaH, to he, gone for some time. Mrs. L, II. Whittlesey In here from Chicago, Joining her husband, who li the sculptor at tho Alvnrado. Ilnrney Ollbrlde, fireman, and S. A. McDonald, bmkomnn, running out of has Vegas, hnvo both resigned. F. R. Frost, tho chief electrician of the Santn Fe, Is in the city on olllclnl iiiislncxH. Ills headquarters are nt Topekn. A number of new coaches. Intended for service on the Cnlllomln division, have passeil through this city the past few days. Mrs. Huh Patterson, wife of the well known Santa Fe engineer, left Las Ve gas on her way ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 31 May 1902

BOILER MAKERS STRIKE, A Score of them In the San Bernar dino Shops Walk Out, APPRENTICES AND HELPERS. Sun Iloriiardliit) Sun, Mny ST. 'Ptto Sntttn To shops In this etty was tilt wmio of nnothur wnlli out shortly nftar 7 o'clock yiwterday inoniiiiK whan, becaime one of tholr nutiilxi. Gooi'So Wilson, had been asked t loavn the local department to take a pladO at SollRnian. Arlr... twenty union bollor makers struck, anil present, hull ijiitloiiB are that tln-y are likely to re Main out until the eauHe of tholr grlov anew Iiiih I icon reinstated In IiIh former jiORltloii. With tho men there went out swoutcon apprentice boys anil fovon hrjlpors, who nay that they will Manil work at the shop and round bouse. The strikers Rilevanee is In effect an assertion on tnoir pari mm u.o men , who participated in tho last strtke at . tho local shop lav- been black-listed 1 by the company, and that the removal ; of Wilson was not hecaubo ho was act- ually needed at Sellgmnn. but. uo I ho was among t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 7 June 1902

W: it mm 4 r8r 4- JHiftHklfi VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1902. nunomr m Notes from Correspondents GOLDEN. Interesting Mining News Prom n Near. by Mining District. ! al ( orrcspniuli hi t ( lilin lane I Waltc C. Itt lchcr. II ' 'n Miimb . HB been BPVI'rBl days i I lii'hi-ti lal camp, lie Intend us-.-n.ii(j tin i .-hji-iu In tin' uompiuty's ! 't mil try to llnil nut what are t allies contained In the ce- i. M .1 I. Lopez, nwnur (if the San Miguel niliuni: i IiiIim, Is moving bin urrastra o'n Pain Aminillo to Golden, where intends running It steady, treutlug mi r . . Mil tin San Miguel claim. Win Nnsli. ncompnnled liy Mr Pel K.iin of New Harmony. Indiana, have lii 'in for ernl days looking over 1 i di'ti n m mines in enmp. They will l 'i'ip mine piospocts they nre now 'iti t. 'I in ami may Invest some tn 'i r tlic aini The gentlemen will i ' tin (Iran ljulvira to oxumlne the i iii. oti' of the largest Imltan pu i i in New Mexico. i k ninli r contract Iti the Hn...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 7 June 1902

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