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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 1 September 1894

1 BOM"! TEA SBOrlBTS. gtitm Oerelatle Oaarol Ik Ko4 mt leetl, Orylnt aail freparta. Owlag to id Jealouiy of tho Chin m government preventing foreign tn from visiting tho dlttrloti wharo tea li grown, and tho Information rived from tho Chinese morohanta at tha ihlpplng porta, aoanty aa It ,, noi ooing aopenaed on with aa 7 eerUlnty, muoh myatery and eonfuilon for a lonif time existed re garding the apooloa yielding tho varieties inowo o tne iraae aa frees and blaok taa, by whloh name they aro boat known to Ihn publlo, many authorltloa contend log that too lorroer woro produced ex luilrely from tha green ten plant, and the latter aolely from the blaok Ua variety, while again tt waa held by othera that both oornraerolal va- rltiiet were proauoea from a tingle ipeciet, ino aineronoe in color, flavor and effeot being duo entirely to a disparity In the aoll. ollraate, asa and proceis employed in ourlna- the leaves for market; alio that green leaa wore grown from plants eultivaieu on mo pl...

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. — 1 September 1894

Al.lirgUKUyL'K - - BV.VT I, I Ml Hum Si-lti.-.lit I Mil) Hltnnu bletn, Uic clothier, lun n'liitni'il from 111 trip to CIiI'k'"- 0, K. Jones, a iiiimiiIm I' nf t lie I'ueliln etuik )ards, in In the city. James I'. Cat loll, the sheep and wool buyer fur HrosH, lllatKWell Co , In In the city from Las Vejja I). M. Klcharde and wife, of (lallnp, sit in lilt rlty, nml have their names oti tin register of the Kiirox-Hti Division MiilH-r Hit i-nil.'iil Iva'h-), of tin' Hanta Ke ruul, rinc i In Iiih mi from Hm Mart ial )eeterdy afternoon. Mm. Then. Muciihti'i'inKii hihI Mih. Os car Goelie), of Helen, airiel in the rit) last night il iwr stopping at tin Hu ron'an. Hev. J. I). Hush, tin- MillifliKt imiiif -ter of tit southern Mrt of tin- ti-rilliii) , Ik In tliorlly to. day, n-gieteM-d from Mini Marclal. Hon II. L. Pickett, pmiiilin-iil Uwy. i of Hllvi'rC'ity, passed thiotigh tin rily laat night op his wk)' from a legal Visit to Nant I V. T. K. Kline m in I V. II. Milrli.'ll. mer chants of Hla...

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. — 8 September 1894

V r -- 1 IS VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1094. NUMBER 44. a A' FOLSOM SENTENCE! is Case Afflmed by the Sopreme Coiit Clancy DlBiBlse4 From Omce and Kent to J Ail. i A Hplf m UUBtrrrd nad rJfa.toJall For Thlrtv Days. TWO COUNTY omCKlW J ULKD. cUI ta Clussa, Banta Pa, Bepl. 4.-8 M. Polsom'a hd nee of five yuan In (he jienlt-nUary h Brmed by (he supreme court, and he ru this afternoon delivered to (he United atea marshal. Id (he eontea.pl easts, II 8. Clancy, berk of (ha court, was dismissed from of. i ud sentenced to SO days in jail Charles A. Bpiesa waa suspended from Practice In (he supreme court for one yrar id sentenced to 80 day tn (be county ill. Commissioners A. L. Kendall and arles W. Dudrow were sentenced to 20 tys in jail. Victor Ortega waa discharged. The opinions do not allege conapiracy lilt punUh na tuch Huch severity w arscted by the bar. Kreeraan din- knU. ilriH Verting atsianta Ke Over tke Hevrral Mtatrareia. HlSTA V, Bepl. 5. Yesterday wi...

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. — 8 September 1894

ALllUyUKligi'K HKI'T N. IM4 Col Mills has every reipilnlte iiialltl- Catlotl ( Make H SHCCennflll Mlpllllnt leader. It I gitml inatiiii In politic not to Iry to down any one who will mt stay downed. TlIK campaign has oieueil 'I'll New Mezicah ealln llir Ireiiiinrat of thin city a "Journalistic harlot." Turn free pass nynletu Ik lined by the railway rorMiratlotm In brilie Judges, Irginlatorr.atiil oltli lain Tills city should make a strung eltoil at IVriver next week to n-ciini tin- next ir rigation congren held here. Col. T. H. Mills Is crjing In the Cochltl wlldernenn fur tin pupullfll tiom t. nation for territorial delegate. Til a "mxa.i ha 'tnrfl a MX Imli space In tlii lfin(N-rat, anil It will I if lined to boom its splendid telegraphic rrjtort. . Thk democrat have run Han Miguel county almoKt into Imiiki uitoy, anil tin ienpn up there want a ntt night repllbll nan ticket 1-llt in tlin tleld thin fall. Tim Las Wean Optic 1b one of tin! nnalel local iaMrn of the went, ami ill a f...

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. — 8 September 1894

fron Tii(lar's lUllr Mr. Cad Belvey and children left last night for a rttlt to Prreno, Cel. M A. LuU and wife will probably liuve to-morrow evening for Ual tlmtre. The black horse of Jim Harnett run away lt yeetenlay afternoon. No dam age. Tim public schools of Kant Laa Vegas oenrd yesterday with 3IH pupil en rolled. Dr. J. F. llaer, of Loe Luna, In In the city and agrees to send a line fruit exhi bit to the fair. CbM. Wa, one of the active business gentlemen of Cerrillns, la here to-day, lie It alwaya welcome, Mr. Wo, Hlgglni, wife of a prominent eltlieu of Topeka, Kansas, la here on a vlalt to Mr. ami Mra. John Griffin. W. 0. Leery, business manager of the La Vegaa Optic, waa taken suddenly ami seriously 111 laat Haturday morning, but la recovering. Prof. Zlmmer, of the territorial unlver alty, ia at Ann Arbor, Mich., attending the iMdelde of hla wife, who la reported In a dying condition . Dr. Prarce ban changed hla oilier rooma, In h Whiting building. Noa. 'J and II, tii Noa. 2...

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. — 8 September 1894

ES2L3L1 T7l T Ft. 1 J I'" 8 KIT 8, MM From W1naUr' Dally. MIm Katie Harrison prill leave this evening for Danville, III, llov. Ir, Trew, Kilscol minister, loft Monday night fur Ihw Angles, Mr. J. II. Wroth, accotnianled by a lady friend, leave thi evening for IVn Vef. O L. Ilrtmks, the llrr stock agent, win) lika leen to Colorado on business, has re turned home. Louta ltaer, the wwil rustler for the firm of Kiaetnann Unm., haa returned from Hanta Ye. C. Wlllwr, of Chloride, who visited Al buquerque last week, haa gone to Wlchl U, Kansas, on business, Major M. A. Luti ami wife will lrvr thia evening for Marion, Ohio, on a visit to relatives and frleuda. J. 1'. Lindsay, auriiitndrnt of mail service on the Hatita Fe railroad, la In the city to-day. He leaves to.tilght for Chi cago. 1'rof. In Mauro, M C. .Irhul and Mr. Cot will return home from the Jrmes hot springs In Kesggy's "Tally-Ho" to. trior, row. Mrs Aiken, of Colorado Npriugs, Col , haa arrived ami will piuhahly make ihta city ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 September 1894

I a VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1094. NUMBER 45. - TBS RACES! Weather Fine Yesterday for Some Good Races, Merrlmnc an I Hen Cannon, F- oritea Win. Jnh Honr Oniarra tk Ulcjclr Rue . Champ'nn i OLOMlOUM ArTKhHOON. Tbe speed programme wu one of an attractive character, as it Included Nim bi Jim, Jones' bnree that captured the three minute pur? on th Aral (lay, and 1140 Cannon and Lily D. favorileaof 1893, and be spring of litis year, aa runners of high order. The Judges were Andrew Hinllli, K. A Uurke, Walter Dealing C P Hunt, start er. Messrs Uurke an.l Hearing being via Itore frinn abroad and familiar with traeka. THorrisa 9:46 class Pirst on the pryramme waa ha titil. 1:40 dase, purse $1WU. '1 be en riea were Miiuble Jiui, Merrimac and Dick foioery, the dinner with a record of the 4ay before and atdl a favorite in the pools, Merrimac a Bin I second. In the tall At position Merrimac bad the ole, Jim nait and Dick outside and as I be se quel abowa, nut i...

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. — 15 September 1894

ti St re 1 wi I I ft AUIUQURKQUK HK1T 1ft. MM Bernalillo Cone." Krpabllraa Cuntes tlea. In areontanea with a rtwolatloo of tha lbrna llllo Ooeatr Kapolillcan IVotial Commltt, adof-lM M nuMtloc bwl In AllmqnatNM on Ma tab r al Aturiut, ISM. coataolltin of Ut MttAKIlAAJiA nf llkA M-ntat ..f ltan.ltll. la I.A.ak. i? called to ia bald In the rltj nf Allmuoetiioa, oath IMa ilnj of ttitomlr. IHVI.nl itfo'eBak on tb JHh ilaj of ntrtnt, lrt, wl Irli ron , irabllran Calrml iWralltM for lh tmtvv of nomlnallna' a MAilldate for ronaTwa, i Kah nnrtncl In lb Miunlr l I l nlllUI to I OMiUWatatolhonMihlr eonTrtilion fur eoi li ' n vnlwi, ur hm, ejMtl (or 1 1 l fot rhmnhi II. (Vtron f or U.l.uti.rmTia Intl. fall of lMM,nl MltllllonM nw for each irxriion oror ii .. atMltlonal vlilth Irai hate Iwti mi c . Um rtmarie lit ll wllon ol mm Uri Slea to lh roaiitt ronT'litli will he Imi.t al followlna' naiM.1 1 Ivyv, au.1 tv rallnl to ir. itr bj lb fotlowtng nunt imtmhi rewtl?. No, (lalrman. IMace. No. of De...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 15 September 1894

(Proa PaUinUj's Dally.) N. Fortlo.of lbs drat of Ed. ClouthUr A (V., la quite III. 1 1 1). Whlteon. tbt mnaic Jul nr. lafi Uit d Iff fa I for Raton. Kdwerd Henry. cxmaror irf kji .. Teg, la at tbe Ben Palit). J, M. Meads U t ths Knropean, and era, dm MIm Ann Davla. i irtllt of A frUtut m T. R. Gabl, superintendent of tb At tic Facinc, ud family, arrived this moon trow bant Monica, Cel. Mr. Wm. Herri, of Allerton, N. M it through the city 1m t nl-ht i.n h.r iy to visit Dstnlng relative and frond, Little Prenclaco Uubbell. un of linn. A Hubbell, who has been seriously ill several wkt, la reported by tb ai ling phytlclan, lr. Pearce, as greatly iprovmg. J. II. Mill, of Ht LouU. mi un ml it night, t in tilloted liv that venial !teman, Jacob Oainaley. of the firm of L Wnahhurn k Co. Mr. Mill IVtll tela lh Nnnotuck Hilk Co King" Daia, probate clerk nl 8nci.rto. it) Up I4i Ihn city lil.bt with hla tile eon, wnom he placed in the public :)l of olil town. Mr Bec informa atl'lTUa that diphthe...

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. — 15 September 1894

i7 4 1 ....... ... . .J. : hlg (tftott. Al.lll'tjUKUgl'K HKPT 16, ISIU from fDPir't IMl). T J Walton, a Mora botnl kreiwr, la at the Artiiljo Judge J. II. MoKIr, of 1 Cnicea, In at th Huti Fidlp-. J T Mrl.atiirt'tln, vi-ll-known iiiIiiit of Hun I'odro lr her. I't'lf Kitclirli, nf (lilimxi, the t'oal inlrx lug ramp, Ik in tow ti. J A Mtlnaoti, a Hiiiilr nii-tvliatit of (Vrrlll'Hi, Ik In tin ily. lion. K. V, Chavea, of SH'orro, ratne Ui from lln koiiih m night Win. Alitiolt, the Hater I ma a of So. corns wa hi tin city yesterday. ' II ltiil,of tin' Deliver Minnie It"'- unit if III I tikf IlliK "I'll feu VihilotH Mir Mnl I'lniith, nf KUgatatl, ar rived yesterday klul in visiting Ir K-ll'lf AiImiii 1 1 lit., wlio m mlii'li),' In llir ('o- rlltt I ilirtrirt IK llfle taking III the fa.r. W. II. Illirliage, i.f HolliMHik, Ik In llir city, kin I if tin' guest of Charles Hanga Kti-r. Cotiiluctor Jark Murm), with lil ife klul lift sister, will take ill the fair to iiioriow. I'.J SkVkk', I'oti...

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. — 22 September 1894

'- J VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. NUMBER 40. THE PROCEEDINGS! Territorial Democratic Conven tion at Las Cruces. A l.nrjr' l ttln" in i-f Del 1 1 of Th t I' .i h 3,tni'r mid IV un lltriliu and Joseph Item initiated TIIIK40UK rl'KCHIIK-t. I territorial iictnncrntle convent inn, fur tlic puriee nl nominating a candi date ftr ilfleifMlt toinngn-, met at tlx c4iiiiiinlliUR skstlng rink, In La Cnne down In I lit famous friiit-gniwlng enill valley. Monday Isst, Wdng railed in nrl'T Ml '2 o'chn'k ji. 111 hy J. II Crlsl, in Hants Pe, ciinlriimn of tin iliiniNTHti' central imuitnlllee Mr Crist dcllvcinl himself of m few words, urging harmony In tin ranks, ami intimating that the slmugest nimi In he nominated liy hi party wan 1 lit pn-setit delegate ,i con gress, He rit tlie cull fur the convention, Iter which K V Chaves, if Sin-ohii, war unanimously chosen temporary chairman, and It L, Young, nf Ln Crtii'fn, tcuiior ary secretary. Mr Crist thru ptisluced h ...

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. — 22 September 1894

' "IKC LalTBanBnBffiBBimanBnB iw ALUUyUKRQUK MHlT !M. 1HH4 T Oochltl Qn.)I h tetnNirarlly ius- pended publication. Tub next delegate from New Mexico will bo named at Bocnrm. Tub republican will take a united del egation to the Hoeorro con vent km. Tnn people want the chnmlc office seek er left oil thi uwinty ticket ttiU fall. That big democratic majority In Ban Miguel will nM materialise thl year. Kobt Wiboatb U the only military post In wrtjUrti and northern New Mexico. Thb populist In New Mexico are gain ing recruit fnnn the democratic tarty. Tub whole people of New Mexico enter their protest against th abandonment nf F01 1 Mercy. Thb Citixkx U for good republican county ticket, and the people will back It In the demand. The most hopeful sljrn of the time in this vlclnltv. is the active Inquiring for farming lands. WlLt Delegate Joseph explain to the people of Hanta Fe why he allowed Port Marcy to be abandoned I Ubsckbbriimib may contest, but the re ult of the primaries how that h...

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. — 22 September 1894

(tmmn Traa Ke'UUl?. ft R. Halt, of the Atkatto & Peette fAiutatl,bueM to Wla- mm fiMilaiii Cel. T. F. Moors, of Bank Pe, was In city Mat Saturday night. H on way is Las Crueea, W. B. Bnrbags, who wm lbs guest of .gangster last wNk, went to bU WW hoSM last eight Jee Moore, who waa bartender at Greg- Page'a Arcade, Gallup, U tn the city will probably remain. 6. II, Waterbury, poetoffleo Inspsc- was la the elty yesterday, arriving Beturaay nigut rrom uenvsr. litter Fldslk, tbs old town icbool ber, left on No. 4 passenger train y afternoon for St. Lonls. Prof. I. Areaeoa, after making a tour gh Old Mexico, baa returned to tble , and Intenda to remain a few daya. Tbe Mleaea Hill, wbo bare been spend- fag fair week in tbe city, returned to Ifttlr home In Han Antonio taut evening . D. ! Bsmmls and II. 0. Kobarkon, jkn wera up at tbe Cochlll mining dis trict, returned homo Uat Haturday tejbt. Mr. Belle Langban, wbo recent I came W Albuquerque, waa ealled to ber former feme In Han Krancl...

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. — 22 September 1894

1 Ki lt I bbbbbb ! I Ai.Ht'yrKitgi'K hki't vj. ivm I'rom ilirdr Unll). John Ib'tiry. wlfa and hiMrt'ii, of Uaton, nt- kI thn llot'l t-'oliitnbii J. It Wnavnr, ivpinni'iiling tin HIIwi Htnt Cigar I'niiipaii. of IVtiVi-r. Ik il the city. T. H. Austin linn ifniiK I" Mi'iit'O mi mining hiialnnnn, ntil will In' nbni'tit i1hii ten dy. V. II. CIlllllT. ll atll'lHlnd Hi" ti'iri lnril di'llim'twlli' I'otlW'lllHHI nt I.iO Crticnn, will mtum In fil lltio nwn lug John tlfMili kiiI lr W. T himihnii lnfl thin n'riHiii fr tin- .Itnifo In Spring, whrM'thi') Will fllhtU'Htf fill' h fnw wnnk. Alfmd 0-t In in tlm rit from tin' Jflllff ll'-t KH 1 1 fT - H' l''lt it mill ing In llie Ji-Hhc Uii'illltallin iilnmM I'Vi'l) afti'Mioon. Al. (Vl'-innti mill wlfn will Inavn thin nvridtig for rlniila H'lln spring, lr, wln'M tlmy will ttMiiHiti f" ni'Vi'inl wt-nkn, taking Imtlin llnti J Y l.titli). iiikjmi "f title rily, has gntm In K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Ari.'im uln'M' lo in tt)t'f I'rltil in tin- dnvrlopini'lil ti...

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. — 29 September 1894

VOLUME 4. COCHITI CASES! " To Be Decided Promptly by the Land Court, Looks Like a Decision Favorable to the Miners. Her ral Otb r Important use Up He for lb Court WILL ADJOUilN. The land court yeatenlay continual the trial of Him Canada tin Cochltl grant mi thn Bum wu taken under advise tnent Tbl can ha taken up veral days ami the outcome la awaited with great interest It la authoritatively an Bounced that thla and other cases bean I at thla tiro will Im decided without de lay, ao that a settlement of these I in porUnl question of till may he ex pected within the nrit fortnight A re rreenUtlve of thn New Mexican had a Ulk with the laud court officials Oil, B)i)rplD(f attd learned souie interesting facte aa to thn ITochiti cam. While there are several claim cover lug the valuable mining district of Co chiti, llie iriin'iMl lame is b-tween tin government and llie holder of thn (an ad di Cochiti claim In the trial nf this grant, the sol,, unit Ject nf dispute ha been to tin LoCATIOH Of...

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. — 29 September 1894

WMv Citizen ALHUgUKltgUK HKI'T IK', IM4 "republican ticket. For delegate Ui (.'otigteaa T. B. CATRON, of Mailt Fe agreeable tliati In Alabama. Thr main tiling Id lw considered I not flernnlmn comfort lint rather the -acn ami safely of southern An.'ina, The crafty old lit llaii deserves nu consideration At the MHW ntxnH 'i t'tiq' Mtfet;. mysterkua nnlaea which certainly era "It wimld be a lucky thing- these pan i anatn from UiU deserted house, linn- Icky times If a man, while walking- along In a reverie, could tuiufi hi ton .gainst a pebble worth $4 ,0ou,ati'l knew lbs vatu TIIK . OMI .... The republicans liail a harmonious ami enthusiastic convention at H('nrni, ami tin- nomination n( Hull. Tin. II Catron givee eatialactioii in republican eludes throughout the territory He is tin- leadci of highest alilllty of III" arly In New Mexico, anil U e nomination came to liltu unsought, ami though nuiiilier of enmi ties presented candidate!,, Ml' Catron waa tin? choice if every delegate Hi t...

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. — 29 September 1894

IMdg mk From TuiaUi'i (ML Mr. X. L. ailbert weal to BanU Fa Ibis afterooon to see her husband. Cade Belvey, special offlwr on the At Untie h Pacific, left lut night for Gallup. A. K Norwood, who km In tha sheer boslness with K. D Uullock once uon time, ! back In the city. W. P. Taliaferro, of the loci Und of ic of tha Atlantic & Pacific, returned from the weat ibla afternoon. W J. Hanna, a popular gentleman of San Merelol, came up from tha aouth Ual pifht awl baa hla tuma on tha European register. Tboa. liuhbell, one of tha night police. pen, took an bour'a sleep this morning, and than drure down to hU ranch at Psjarlta. Deputy United Marshal W. I). Laugh- ln baa finished summoning the United BUtrs ami petit Juries for the October w nn 01 court. Jaa. K. Furlong, who lepresenta tha Hicks Cattla Car company, awl frequent- Ijf ootaee thla way, Is again among bin Albuquerque friends. II 11, Hlelnert, printing ami a atlonery, gast fit. Louis, la traveling through tlir southwest, ami ...

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. — 29 September 1894

n?;.Tt t,' II Hi i 1 f t if'.! ITJ flMt sH II lit I t llt VVVWI' VyVVf ; ALUUQUKKQUK fiKI'T !, 1SSM from WolbmUi'i Irally. Chas. Beiger, of Zelger's Cafe, left night for lili Arlxona cattle ranch last Oeorge Laff, a health seeker from Pittsburg, left hut night for Id Paso. A., llliler, of Gallup, I In tlir city, ami haa bit nam on tliti Kuropeau register J. T. Murray, freight conductor on the Atlantic A Pacific, bu returned from To peke, Kan. Mr, II. C. Ko and daughter have JiikI return! from a visit tu relatives ami friends In Kanaaa. Mlaa Cogswell, stetiographeY for Judge bterry, who haa been very sick, If re iorted recovering. Hon K. A Matitatierea, of Las Vegas, camr down from tli north laat ntfrtit ami peaeed on to rWorro Mr. Cornttock, who wa at 1 ax Vegas on a visit to hln sister, Mra Katiklti, re turned to the city last night. C. A. Katht'tiu, a prominent gentleman of 1.4 Vegaa, ancl wifr, ruiiic down from the north liuit night and f at llir Kuiv (Man. 0. M. Dry received a d...

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. — 6 October 1894

i VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, ?ATURDAV, OCTOBER G, IMU4. MMl.l'.K 4M. THE JICARRILLAS! A Noted Placer Gold Region of of New Mexico, Colorado Prospectors Klorkinc to the Mines. A Krfioa Where Mucb (.old II ai ffB Weihrd Ual. UfciCUUMION OK TIIK 1'UCRIltt. "FriMpec-lor," a correspondent of the Tiraee-Hun, Denver, writing from the Jic trll a, W. M mining itttilrlct, g Ives the fnl owing Information. The Jlcarrtlla mountains bavs Uyn known fur their rich placers for thn Uit 40 jfMrt. They are located MO mile oulhorLM Vegas, anil 70 miles coal of Ban Antonio, N M , a station on the Atchison, Toika & Mania Fe rallrond. We have a aUe line running from Han Antonio to White OAka daily, which la sine miles from the Jlcarrilla catuji A person wishing to leach this cai would take the stage at Han Antonie. as the .t direct rout For iho Informal Ion of your patrons who may not tea acquaint ed with the early life anil discovery of tin Jicarrillas, I may go into detail and CI plain its b...

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. — 6 October 1894

ALUUQUKHQL'K OCT rt. I i'4 VTuhk, nyitrtnUlc, crrful work, In oliat wlni In rlMtlon Thr A 1 A Ik k miIUii aI kh ily llinl will Kxm run 1 1 conrni. KACTumit feml lnvrilily tml to tin drxtriictliin of politli ul pmln-n. Tim (t"l'l I'Ulpiil Hilii yrnrof Niw Mr ico t)il ArUonn will Imilonlili llmt of lir.nl yer. Nil "lif mn Ik now if inonl;li In illc tt till jKllitil'K of till HHIpU of till" county. A limn lirnf ulliority Ik .iiiiitiini tg tlilnjc ''vrn with oimty iciitfitl coniinlttx. Tm way to Ihxmii your iMinlnrim I to boom your low u mnl all of it" nirroiinil' lnf rcaourcfK lioawBLL U arraiiKinr a (traml rallroail caltibratUin for tli I Mil. ami III.' whol. trrltory will U npnitiifl. Cui'.itut aavliiK ami town liullitiiit,'. ami tryluj,' t ttl3 ("ilitical rowa, iftiiw dUlaalffnl a mix tfrowa olil.r. Ir Ik Ktimatl that tln'M ar. full) ;,. (MUl iieKrora In llklalnuiia Mit of llo-iu an in loati ami HUlni loiltillra. Thh popilllntn will lioM thrir count) convention t.Mnorrow, ami will m...

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