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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 6 October 1894

chin mtmn (From fcstQruay's Dally.) I, IL Lewi, the- clothier of La Vegaa, It at tba Kurojwan, MIm Conway, who conduct a lodging bouse, at Oaliup, ii Id tba city. V. P. Kdle, th wool buyer, wa a pas senger for Wallace ami Cerrllloa this afternoon. Hr. Clayton went up to Cerrillo tbia afternoon. 11 bolda Methodist service thei lo-morniw. J. K. Walton, a brother of 0 K. WalUm, lft laat night for Tyler, Texaa, whore he will robuly local. A. P. buck, the sheep buyer for the Bwlfl Packing Ooinny oft Chicago, left tbla afternoon for La Vega. Kd. Medler left tbii morning for Wal lace. Proa there he took the stage for Ulaml, Coch ti mining district. L. P. Usllus and his charming wife are spending a few week In the city. Tbey are fnrm Navajo Springs, Aruona. lion. Pedro Pern and Hon. M H. Otero, the latter accompanied by hla youngest aon, left for the north thia after noon, r I J. L. aJorri, the dniot tollceinan for the HanU Km road at Wallace, waa bere thia morning, returning home lint afte...

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. — 6 October 1894

Cittern AMiuqUKimi'K orr 0, 1H-.M Krittn i1nMt't. INtl)-. I). W. Wilson, of hull FratiriiK'O, rrjf tn tera at the liurti-iti. Mm. 0. I.owrnliurKi of I'm lllanca, I In the city to-day. Henry Itsalnffrr, of l.aa Vegas, ami II. J. Loomla, of Hants He, am at Hie Kun jwan. (I. A. Kraut, of Hunt He, Mini' ilown from the capital Monday ami l here (o.tlay. J I). Hurley, trainmaster of the AtUutlc t & I'acltic, liei.iiartera nt lallti., la nt . the Windsor. J W. 1'. CunnlnifhAm, sheriff nfMsnta He county, was In the city, arrtvltitf laat ul-hl ( from (lip north, j A. J. ht-.l-lard. of ti.ver. I, .toppii , IntU cllyfora f..w .U. ni.,1 ha. M, name on (I. Man Hell, renter. J , , , (I. Illll l..anl. (lie w. ll-kti..wti Jawl I mnir iRwj rr( ranie iinwu innn nauin r last night, mul in nt the llurtieali. , - . ... . . ..- Mm. Frank Kink, n sister of J. M. Haii, in in tli rlly from Han Marcial, ami will vinit here for few la)n. W. A. Sender It fl tlnn nft.Tiiiiii for Santa Vr on liimun-wi, in I'...

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 October 1894

WP ' PW1 in 1 'i mmy i i Miimii i i i VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1894. NUMBER 49. TO THE POINT! "ftott" Comes to the Front With SUDgiog Words, Valencia County Wil be Hrd in this hluctlon. A Prn To liter on Hip Great Wool Industry. OUOI) I'OLlllliAb UKADINII. A morning coniemisirary ayn: "If not mom than WsJ sheep are. allowed in vote In ValencU county thl yrar, Catron, mo enemy or rree public schools, can not be ImIhI." II la a rum thing that if all the sheep in New Mexico could Im al lowtxl to vote, llu republican ticket would have a large majority. ldllnrs 'itiana. Lou Lillian, N M , Out U. I ilo mil de Ire to criticise your method of miming your pater, ami woulil nut attempt In say anything regarding any of the ar Uclea apearlng in the column of your moat excellent parar litit knowing you to bo such a staunch republican, anil that whenever you can give, a blow to the arch enemy of the Inlet-rats of Ntiw Met. Ico you will hall th opMirtunity wiih plea...

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. — 13 October 1894

ur ft ALHUgUKUyUK OCT. Naw Yob. It th moat heavily mort gaged state lo the union. Do you notice the note of despair lu Ihe ton of the decrepit moruliiif sheet I Tna republican will tit In very few scratched ticket at the coming elecliou. You can run up against a democrats campaign llr In any precinct In the land. WMia you deprive the lairing man of' emnlorraeul you cut otf the farmers' market. Mimt of Undemocratic "wheel horsra" In New Mellon and ArUona have kicked from the trace. Tun Democrat ha dnped tlie dis cussion of the campaign, ami In walling to e something l It la the duty of every voter In the county to see. that lie in duly registered for the couiiug election. AcciinniXil to the Nugget, Col Mills tecurrd the passage of nearly all Un law in force in New Mexico. O'Nstll. he accepted the npullel nomination for coiigieasional delegate from Arizona, and the conflict thickens. Ma. J ( r ll ia holding Iwilea up the canona, and la trying to cimvluce the Wool grower that he 1m not...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 October 1894

(from tjatonlsr'a Dellr.) O.H Kesterday baa returned from jifH t" relkllvraand friend In Beers- , tl. l Meyers, of tbe firm of Lowen- Hyers, n'(C'' for Us iod lulnn, R. C. Dryilen, the Atlantic & Pa- etrieon Winslow, passed through IsXlbl afternoon for Chicago. l.Uurr, a Magdalena cattle raiser, jfjrtrst Tee, in tbe sauia business out .John. Arlsona, are In the city. ,1. Moore, a machlnltt formerly em- at tbe railroad aiiopa of this city, ifwnlly are moving to Needles, Cal. Mann, a brother of the Mann of tbU city, came up from Helen tig M and is registered at the Kuro- p shearing and political alaver oc- , lbs cluee attention of tbe eople of isounty. II Uetxgar, a eon of W. II II. Melt. tsf I'ejarlto, will go to Us Cruces to. l.hre he will enter be Agricultu- Itollegeea pupil. (labriel, of tbe boys' school, Der- , arrived In tbe city last night, ac- anled by brother Joseph (iregory. are registered at the Hotel Colum- hrry Urown, who has Iwti seriously ifer sometime, Is reNirted ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 13 October 1894

1 1 ' ALIIUyUKKOTK OCT. III. Ih'.M From V1nMU;' lllr. A. J. laggs, "f Memphis, M'j , it at the Kurojean. Mr. A. AuMlti, of Prveuo, (VI. i in reg istered at tin Kuro-aii. T. 11. llonl and wife, uf Central I'll) , Neli., am at the Kuropeati Mm, J. L I). Morrison, of Nt lmln, Is registered at the Han Pellie. Ir. l,uli lleruandi't, a well known Hpanlrh ph)aidan, Ik in the i ity. Judge II. Lt Warren ami Col. IV H. Hinllh If ft this aftrrnoiti fur Nstila l-V. Mr. J. II lln-ed, of Wltieln, win) hah leen here on the nick lint, rvttirnod to lift home last night. IVputy I'nlled Slate Marshal Fowler, of thin city, waa III Kant Pe )i'MkhI on olHclal liuolii-K. Mra. Jesus Uaivla. wife of rnderNherill Garcia, in e-ctfl home from Las l'niu' ami Hocorio to morrow evening Two California gentlemen, W. F. Ilii vrr, from Olewlnra, ami Norton Oliear, of Loa Antrim, are at the Han FeliH Ham Jenkins, formerly a young attor ney of till rity, Imt uime lei-ently of tall Lake City, t'Uli, In here fc'ili. bivi...

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. — 20 October 1894

A V0LUMI2 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 1894. NUMBER 50. REPUBLICANS! They Hold a Rousing County Convention, Unity and Harmony Promi nently Displayed. X Illtf Kirtlng nd Utmost Uoul mil l'm-llrd HTiUJMl TICKKT NOMINA faD. The republican convention fur the pur pose of nomlnatii g a ticket to tie voted fur liy tlin people iu llerualtllo county at the coming November election, assent bled at (Irani' opera house at 10 o'clock this morning, I" accordance with tbf call of Ibe county central ooininllle The convention wan promptly railed to onlr by Him. K H, Stover, chairman of tSe republican county central committee The oltlci.il call for tlii convnutlon w a read I))' Secretary Kimball. J. A. IUI-ra acled a interpreter Mr. Stover then addressed the in el leg, calling tlin attention of the gnutle man Detected aa delegate to tin- couven tlon to the importance of the duty before them, counselling them t-iact In liariumiy, to put aside all minor and MriMiiial lit termta and ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 October 1894

I I L-UJJ1 11 1. AtUUQUKIigUH OCT. W, J KM REPUBLICAN TICKET. Vcr Delegate to Cougroaa, T. JJ. CATRON, of Banta Ke. lla iu the swtin tin year by voting Uip republican ticket. It to now almoat certain that Han Mi guel couuly will give Cation a goi-d lua J only at tun Nuveuilmr electiou. Tuaaa unvor iiaa beeu a time wben re publicans bad ao much and such gml caiulalgii tualallal aa the) ale HUliwi Wltb tlua year. CarTAIS Hunanr AabHKns, one ol Ihe Boat noted niletilah in lUe i;uii lit I , died al Columbia, b. U )n,i'nli) morn ings t.g ol ltrj. DsMOCIUCT' caun) la iki desperate III lunra that veu drail men are bring pressed lutu catupaigu service. Horace lioiva la on the slump. 'turn Uvmotrale will tiuil tbat they are wasting their lluie disc uniting the subject of rviublicau factum Hi this couuty. It ia republican principle tbat Hill burl theui. It tba republican name a ticket coiv- jKMml of couiwtut aud popular turn, it I doubllul II tbe democrat ualiie a tick t. Tbey are now tr ltif...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 October 1894

0 v t Y7- Krom Moadsr'sDalb;. lletiry I' returned from Bland, , trednian of Lm Vrgat, It at iFH- Perea, of Bernalillo, visited i Utt Haturday. Vkrej, the lucky miner nf the tln ng district, U in thn city. rfollmnnni. deputy United Htatea was at Gallup yesterday on , VT Neff, In.uraneM agent, neatl- at Denver, it in city mgiaterM gnlrl Columbus. Cotten, a prominent gentleman of It in 111" city ami haa hla nam on rr al the European. i, of the wholesale liquor firm ik A Co , returned laat night from i trip to eouthern Ariioua Wallace Hreaelden la aenilinir a lark among relative and friend, at Irll. Kingfisher couuly, Oklahoma. . Burke, repmeenlliig the Columhii i tfuggy (Jouipnny, I in the city, and Intrialueed U our citisena liy W. able. i Martin Inform im Oman that retiirtied to the city from Bland, mining diatri t, to mualn h-re the winter. H Blount, who haa been hack to relativea and frienda In Con- at and Vermont, haa returned, lie i splendid vialt Bowers, marshal of Gallup; (lua....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 20 October 1894

tm ALHUgUKRWl'K OCT VP. IMU from Ui1iiril' I Mir. Mrnry Carinter, of Tijsraa ration. In In Hie clly Urn. J II livdatid left Hits nftcniixm for Ibirnalillo nn a visit, 0. 0. Hull Isfi last nlghl lor Hi.- w.-at lli will bo absent alNiut a Week. Mm. llitrk, iTgistrritii; from A Utniii -(!le, waa In Hatiln Ft- last hlimlH)' ' Mr M C. Nntllrtnll, wife nf JfWflfl Neltleton, in itiil III wtlli ilmpsy. K. L. IUII, Uniti-U Stab-a marnhal. i xpeetrd hrre from Natila PVthisviMiltig Leon Latum, brother nf Mrr. 1.. I. Mandril, lia returned t the cit) from Chicago tor winter. Col. (.livens, the griieial manap'r "f the Hinder Sewing Madiini company, of thl city, left for Sunt rV to.iUy. Joseph Kiiluis, p'tiernl olnreliee)wr for the Atlantic A I'aitrtc, left last night fur a trip over the road III tint inleient of Ills ilrparlnn'iit. Mm. Johtl Pllrllgei left this aftrt'tlMitl to visit her parents at Lain) .liiiiclloti. Mr. Pllrtigt'r will rvllilti to hie lillnitiern at Calx-mil. Marcclltm llai a at...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 27 October 1894

VOLUMH 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEN. ICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 51 (4 Irr. bit .VI Mm Ki nll9 OsH.' CERRILLOS ! i Que of the Best Towns North of fthe Metropolis. gjrh I'laciT Kit-Ms lJi'iiijr .hid eiotmly Worked. niimitil-Cer-1 in tl at ,s ItOUli Willi I'll K I' OI'I.K. Omeelving tht idea lliikt a ("mr.KX man , nut hmuI n liimr more plcasatitly jaliere limn at ferritins, lllin palter tailed out of It rustlers to visit the Striving little city, distant- two hours' o, north of Ihe inelnimlis, yeelerday af irnii, nd in rtunpany Willi At. I iw- id, of Zeiger'n, made the trii Here Ik tt wan picked up hi conversation Willi kt cltwens of Cerrillnn: I'LICKHIIIII II, II. A rin nt mil, of New York, preni- Brolnfthe 'Iiilil Separator miiiI SIii dug i i i t ii... t ... Napail), linn irniH'ii irmii mi- it rip-it' ion Kttl Hydraulic Mining ci'tup-ny, which Ui l.ntated mill elnre l"vV has held mm- Inn nf 10,000 actvn of milit'lal land In (ioldeti district, eighteen miles noiilh ftVrtillnn,...

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. — 27 October 1894

s.?-rty 7 S. MHHHKHV AT HUlHtteaH. rnaater mt f. J- Vtetlrea Nnltr laed Sl.tMMI M erth erUeeda T. Di Zereger, of luljr, Mr In Mm eity, arriving from the north last night, and have their tniU pllrhcd nl of tha San I UWll.. I. ..I.I TH. 1 1 1 I- I. . taken -I Met" laeapptt rnipwiwi, i ..,. r,,,i iviiih.h nmi. iwi lli.ll.n-k, Oct, '.'ft Al the us ivil hour w " "' u"n wmtlnue on to Pres I.i. ,,,! I,,...,,..! P J. Wattmn Chea. ..Igrr I Minimi show ' i low ti (turn Ida residence In (lie west '"If gentlemen coiirteslpa. pail of (own, to own bis plate of bust-1 ThU morning at It o'clock, at the old hps I'pon arriving at his store, Mr town Catttollc church, Thoa. A llulibell Wattroii dlacovpr.il lliitt llir hpavy dons anil MIm Hoe-a (itillrrrr waa united In uad lieen foiviil iih'm, tlmn rflivvlnif Iilm inarrlsge, Rev Father IVrsoneofllclatlng. I ..f tin- nivcsaity of unlocking them. Hn . Chaa. lluhhell, of Ml John. ArUim, ami teutu? Hi.- store. Mr Walli-m waa con-' Mis llnrharila UuhM! sinta...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 November 1894

; V I ) , 'l xmt VOLUME 4. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. N UA1U12.K O-i. THE CZAR! Prtftratiess fir His FueraJ. t ..II n r . i s. w- aw a a w n . a sa ui r iir tbe Dead Despot. Daltfxt States J -age Protect tkr Amur CotepaBr. BOW AT HtVAH. L P s'ersburg , nor. 3 Tha official bs-nger leu morning publishes tbs U proclamation of Kroperor Nicholas la which after formally eommunlaat to tbs nation tba news of tba death of father, Alexander III, La says: y lb knowledge consols yuu that our ia tba grief of the entire beloved kiou. and may tba nation not force! tba b and fl nances of holy Russia lies ill unity and unbounoed devotion to In tbla sad and aniens n bour nn b we ascend our ancestral thron- of Rueatan empire and csaxdom of Pn- snd grand duchy of Finland indla bit linked with it, we rememher tba y left ua by our lamented father atid ed with it w in tb iireeenre of the High take vow In make our aoln tha development of thn xier imI (if our lielovcd Rueeia and ih...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 November 1894

bLbbbbbbbbbbRsV IBet'BSWBWvFaBiT I a ''wAWAWAWAwr CLjyBBBBBBBBELJ Ai.nuvuitiiyi'ii Nov :i, i mm REPUBLICAN TICKET. T9 For l-elegaleto Congress, THOMAS II. CATHON. Kr Territorial Council, l'KDUO I'KHKA. WAI.TKK C. 1IAIH.KV. For llepSTsentativee, VAIXNTIN C. UK IIACA. VIDAl, MORA. DON J. HANKIN. Koi County Commissioners, First District W W. HTHONO. Beonnd Diat.-J. M. SANDOVAL. Thlnl Dislrlct-JKai'S HOMKItO. For Sheriff, CHAKI.KM V. HUNT. For I'rohate Judge, I'OUCAIH'IO AHMIJO. Fur Probate Clerk, JKJSUS 8. (UUC1A. For Assessor, V. A Hl'llHKM.. For Treastiser, U. II. M V KHS. Fur Collector, ALlvJANDKO HA.NlKiVAI.. For School Superintendent. 1IKNIC10 F. l'KUKA. For County Hurveyiir WILLIAM ' ' r Coroner. .KN()N SANDOVAL. For lllver CotnmissioueiK, M. A. I'KNA. M. A. JAHAMM.I.O. KSTANISLAtH) I'Altll.LA. AI'ALU.NIO (UTIKUKKZ. JU.SK 1.. UAIICIA. It 1HK h ,k, .ra informed that the Isenevnlenl In Ban J II Crltt, "chairman," In hit prorla u Vtl tmxw UCIIM t- MM . funti matlnn to the democrats ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 November 1894

sal (tram fatanUr't Dili;.) Monta;ua Hlevena It In tbe city from hi ranch down in Bocorru cmuty. I'nrry llrnwn la out again, and baa ?aearly reooyr-xl from hie alckneM. Mra. II. E. Oauldln ami Mra. A C. Booker, of Ixmi Anyelea, am at the Ar Diljo, Mra, John Duma ami eon, Win Burn", the latter't health Mrly, are at tbn Ban Felipe from Toronto, Catimla. U. W. Darla, mauager of the ojiera houae, returned from Mardalena laat night, wham he waa on bualneaa. W. 11 Kaaler ami wife, of llurlingtnn, luwa, are yblting their aim, I)r. J I. Kaeter. and will remain aeveral week. Wm. Mclnloah, the big abeep rater, wllhdrawe fnim tbe apotted ticket. Tlila leaves tbat party very badly in tbe eoup. Prof, Hiram Iladley, vice prealdent In charge of tbe Unlvrralty, will apend the Sabbath at La Crurea, among bia friend a. Dr. Hope la moving from hla office and reaidence on lUllnmil uremia to hla new building on Wold avenue, between Keuoud end Third etreta, Mia Laura Heelitiger, one of tbe kin dergarten ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 3 November 1894

ALDUQOKRgUK NOV. 8, 181M Prom Wednesdays Dallr. II. W. Barry, of Lm Vegas, ( regis Ured At the Armljo. ChM 11. Toll, prominent attorney of Denver, U ftt the Ban relle, lie l here on legal bualneea. Mr. 8. M. Folaom will leave to-morrow evening for Lo Angeles, where h will visit an aunt. V. W. Clancy, N. 11. Field ami other, who were at Hanta K on legal business, returned bom laat night. Chief Justice Fuller, of the United Htatee supreme court, paeaed throng h the city, on hit way aeat from California, Monday evening. It la uodtratood that Capt. Cundiff, the play writer, now spends hie leisure mo- menu in writing a sensational play, which he eimrt to have ready for the stage In a few mouths. Tb civil care of Orunsfrld Hns, vt. Otto Merger and Amelia Herder, for debt, waa decided thla incirnlnjr by Jus tice Durkn rendering a judgment in favor of plalntiffe for $90.70. Mr. ami Mrs, J. W. Hjiarling, who for taerly conducted a reataurant at Illaud, have taken charge of the Windsor hotel,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1894

r gdlMqurajM Steklr (Ktt VOLUMK 5. ALBUQUERQUIL, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. NUMBER 1. THE TERRITORY ! Catron Elected Delegate Beyond a Doubt. Uitf RfpuhlicMii (!n UN in Kvei y County. Haa Mlmel Cnu Ijr Conns to th Front. Hrsdttal y W MILD YOU H). 10 nan In i ohhi) Upsets! tn Clllieo. Hanta Fe, N. M Nov 7. Th town of Hunt Fn wenl ilciiiicrntlo by 60 votes county clow, with ihnce of a (inn 1 1 ma Jority for Catron ml Hples Nnwa received al republican hadfpir ter shows largo republican g ,n corn) county on delegate ami legisUliv tlckf. loiia An couwy 160 iii-jri'y for Catron, ami clinic entire legielstive ami rounty r.in)Ii'ii ticket. Colfax county clow, with chance In favor ol Catron, anil giid gain In Hocorro county fur Catron. nii land humI) Bpsclal lo Oil lean. Kaat Las Vegas, N M.. Nov. 7 -R turn coming rlowly, hut indication am that Oh ron will carry lb nty. l tliotl(li iiitic.ded to Joseph liy '20(1 vol.-. La Vegas, N. M., Nov 7. Tho count of vote almoat completed ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1894

It ! IB T3 ALUugriinyuK Nov in, ism A MTINKKK. Tim publisher of the Oallup Gleaner ha wild out the jieopl of Oallup, gt ting f IIW fnmi tb Otero crowd for IiIk dastardly act. It lit hardly necessary In j slate that the meaner iloe not represent the eopte of (Ullup In lu ilotililn course No one question the right of that paper to change it course every day, tmt when It sells out to the opposition for a cash consideration It lias no rlfcdit to lie about other jieople Tbe (Meaner ) I'edro I'ere ami the republican bave Bade promises to tbr people of llalltip which they tin nut intend to fulfill. In this the (llrsner Hoi for a cash consider ation from the eneuites of tbe town of (Ul lup. ami tbn people of thai ton know till In lm pp-1 truth. Till Albuquerque mlre are all ritfhl It Is reported that tbe new sit.naster if this city la not a citizen of the United HUUs. To the people of Oallup Nlatul by your jfiios ami tin not lie talked or threatened Into doing otherwise HoMB of tbn direst c...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 10 November 1894

A, A- V .41 A . M from Mnodti'slMI. HI llucklry, bright young fellow III year nlil arid slrpson of Dr of uauup, arrivm iaai nigui nta Ke. wlif re lie was MM III al cbi.J, Iml IxK-amit dissatisfied, a. In-cause Hip teacher hi Inn h- allendrd kept lilm praying al II the time and would not tram sythlng eJao. Dr. Ilarjier will rig m It) a niuoarj iiuoonii aoi iiace 1. 1... Colonel (luaa at ttiH tn 1 1 lt rv WH ' . . ... i. nn ilia mil. , W. It Hlone. Hie eatlmahln wlf of citizen or Ilia inrtniHiii-, now In in Rowell, wilb ber pretty lit- Ifblar. arrived last night from . ami will probably remain her the winter. Mr. Htona ia illrrct nvrr, anil alio stale Uiat ioiiiic red but in every particular, ami ..lo.. Hi. I Vlef,,llr will defeat for governor In any cveu it ia her Ibat III" "i man ' meet defeat mt. i llrckrr, agent for the Oermatila Insurance company and commercial it fur Orunsfeld Hna , who accident broke bia leg al Taoa recently, re- Ll home laal night n clutches. It t several wrek...

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 November 1894

6! rstt I ALIIl'gt'KHylMv NOV 10. 1N1M IriHIl Wntm-aUf's Hall. Ir winsiow ir-erioiiiy ill win. mala rial fe v r, having had a mUxe lluuler Vtlon has sold out lir Inter rot In th Cochlll Outlook t Urorgr Marsh. The lolllm At Cerrillo wa moved Into I lie North timidity, oppoH Hi old tpiartrr. Them will I baptism service at the ... .. ...... 1 k. h.io.al cl.UIXJU In l.allllp M.ll'la), rmlirrll. Mr. I'airr 'Mrro haa rr!! thr otllir of iiirru.r clerk. Hiatrirt Clerk tlmiifrj L Wyllya ha Im-cii h.-oiiiI.-I to ucc.-v.l hi'" Victor (choa la unw ill Jail in thr city of i Kl l'a.i, waltltif,' hi trial oil thr charire of ' being a leadel in tin- revolution in Old Mexico. Coutrarl for carrying thr mail to AN lertoa anil lllawl from Wallace ami Hanta K will aoon l let at Washington Atidy llnrtir the principal bidder. Tin furniture of tin- defunct Alliiiuer pie National bn, wlnh wn recently liurchaml h the Klmt Nmional hank, l , Iwiiiir itiiiiivwI to lU nvw .iirtvr toila) . 1 (in th, 1.1th of lh....

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