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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 February 1890

WEEKLY CHAMPION Published Every Suturday at Flagstaif Yavapai County, Arizona. SUBSCRIBERS to this paperwill confer a tavor by sending notice ol any irregularity in the delivery to thU -office. THIS PAPER 'WES Advertising Acency, 64 and 6? Merchants Exchange. San Francisco. California. where. contracts for advertising can be inadetsrit. Business communications aim remittancse should be addressed to JNO. G. TINKER, Editor and Manager, Flagstaff, Yavapai Co., Arizona. Secretary Blaine has succeed ed in making some thirty offences extraditable with Canada. That country will not be quite such successful resort hereafter for those who leave the United States with other people's coin in their pock ets. "We received this week the initial number of The Elk, a weekly news paper published at Gallup, N. M., by Hendersorifit Covert. . It is neatly printed,, sis-column folio and -is a credit to its proprietors, as well At--, ii. r -vr tr We wish The Elk success. The negroes of Georgia own 30,000...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 February 1890

ETC. sss. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- GROCERIES' PROVISIONS' BOOTS' SHOES HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS. GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. lleMEie Wsagosas g&i&d Nfew Ie (Sewing Iflachiiies. SfSfSS, SASH SHINGLES, PAINTS, OILS, WEEKLY CIIA3IPIOK SATURDAY, FEB'Y 22, 1890. Coconino Bakery DREAD, PIES. 'BUNS, ... . , CAKE.-, Evwyihing Kept in a First ' . ' Glass Bi:.c,-y. ' CSTOrders left at the IIa'ks House will he j rcniplly a'tended t. J. F. HAWKS, Trap. ' I S&LSHAN 6 iiei, II- "Wholesale liquors. J-Gothmg Made to Order.-? X Washington's Lhthday. ' Collttstious nmij aii-.J prompt re mittance. . G. A. VToiJs. Sandy Donahue is visit! a,, Pres cott fin business. Diwdsy iiU)it.fiices,. '. hivsesj and; bi!ls-ofsib.cruju(.L..A.''vV'ooli3J Oiiiiiiiu uj-Q-i.. uivo a flue stoaic of vviiUKvy'Sj-V'ihes aiiil oorclmSs. Stock Rvnjs aiii. -R inches fo: sale. (J. A. Woods. Several citizwns-of adjacent towns attended the K. of P. ball last Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 February 1890

WEEKLY CHAMPION Why Dana Opposes Cleveland-. The Western Spirit, a very lie ly journal conducted by Mr. B. .'. Sheridan at Paola, Miami County, Kansas, propounds to us come questions, which, upon sack a de mand, we are quite ready to ans we : "Why does the Sun, that since the day threatened imperialism o: Grant, has been the str n, est news paper, offensive and defensive in bena.lf JeffersonjAn Democ acy, firht Grover Cleveland, the second "Democratic President of these Uni'- ed States elected sines 185G and the first one to take his- seat ? A frank, fair answer to this q jc iion would probably bo published by thousands of. Democratic pape's, East and West." 1. Eecai'se G . over Clove! it'll not a Jeffai'sonian Democrat. 2. Bucause he is not a Deuio-' ' At al', but 61-st, Lxst, a it. exy' ? vel. 0 promoter of Grover Cleve'aiv', 3. Eecauie," though elec-to-President of the United States asi Democrat, his admiuist.titioa vr. not conducted for the eatablisIiHen of Democratic ideas o- f...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 1 March 1890

Arizona C HAMPION. Vol. VII. No. 21. FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA SATURDAY, MAKCH, 1, 1890. Whole No. 336. PROrLSS.IONAL. Henry D. Ross. W. L. Van Horn. ROSS & VAN HORN, A TTORNEYS AT-LAW. OF M fice in Arizona Central Bank building, Flagstaff, Arizona. V. G. Stewart, Ed. M. Doe. STEWART &. DOE, A TTU RNE YS-AT- LAW. OF r fice Two doors west of the Bank Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. DR. J. M. MARSHALL, JENTIST, FLAGSTAFF, A. U T. Office in C. F. Kath ' Ten's building, south side of rail Toad track. Hours from 8 a. ra. till 6 p. m. DR. D. J. BRANNEN, T) H YSICI AN Aq.S.UitG.EQN. Hlnixm -r ArtKMia- VIll res- pond promptly to all calls fropi anv i.oint on the Atlantic & Paci fic Railnad. Office and drug store. opposite the depot. P. G. CORNISH, "PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON X Office in the Daggs building, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will answer c alls on the A & P. R. R. T. E. G. RANSOM, -U.'OMANS RELIEF CORPS, VY No. 32. meets at G. A. R. H :!1 every two weeks on Thursdaj at 2 oYlock p. in Mks. P....

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 1 March 1890

WEEKLY CHAMPION $OUBSCRIUERS to this paper wili confer a tavor by pending notice o! any irregularity 5n the delivery to this .office. THIS PAPER Wsa- Advertising Agency, 64 asd6? Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California,. -whtre -contracts lor jidverttsing can be ij&aaejor it. ..Business communications aim-rerailtancse' should be addressed-to .JNO. G. TINKER, )Gdtpr and Manager.Flagstaff, j:avapai Co., Arizona. - 'The Gallup News-Register has Suspended and the material, etc.. has 'been purchased by "The Elk, "J hic was recently started .at that -place. TnE Iowa deadlock has-been brc .ken the democrats and republicans .having comDrom'ised. The former ;take the speaker and the latter tho .minor offices. John Jacob Attor, the richest man in the world, died in New ?!u?&. .last Monday. He was a inisecly-man-aHddid very little to better the cond.tfon.of his fellow ;men. k According. to. the latest relial.lej , estimates the total amount of gold .coin in .the .treasuries of th...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 1 March 1890

MOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- GROCERIES' PROVISIONS' BOOTS' SHOES HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS. GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. Machines. owing WEEKLY CIIA5IPIOK SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1890. uOCONINO B. AKFRY 1 1 LREAD, PIES, DUNS, OAICES, ND- JikikdCfpt- inn First O&ss Bakery. jgff'OnhTi -ft nt'ie 1 1 a"'k' House .a ill l.c lOBii'Uy n'fwHI J. K. HAWKs, IVnp. &B& .5(8' Far- hoiesaio jLiiauors. .JKa-C'eUnag J-5e to O dsr. I'" i.sli'jtjm!. a.i i pr.vn 't r--!:;. iniS-v . G. A. Woods. : 0'i.ii'awi is a-tji r.i" ls jV-vi. Ih-vh? md I'llll rf B.-j . .-...-,. 'w4. i. t JJ is T i : d i i : ; aii'du 1 1 it ill 'll it t'l j Y jo.! . Hal: f.as-a very p!a.iat uf fii . I :sj ;t:-.ti taris.ilo crMtajtlins in . 1 t::i s p-iiiiijt remlti'.uee.;. vjr. A. -Y'.K.4.3. II. D. 7l-t, district aitornpy of thii ;oauty, spent so.'eral Jays in :tovji thi week. fimler Agent Bwb is still busy invetigiiting depredations in'thi stv...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 1 March 1890

u.ilished Every Sutuidav at Flagstaff yav8par'County, A inna. A Uenl Curlnly simp In Santa To. Santa Fe, Is to some extent, the treastirt ground o curiosity seekcaS. In many o the shops there are .collections of Indiai, goods, blankets, pottery, bows and fctone utensils that are half real and lialf manu factured goods. One needs to be an acute SUBSCRIBERS to -this paper will judge .of .the articles ottered for sale toes confer a Javor by sending notice ol ipe bejng deceived. Bujt it he waits, the any irregularity in the delivers TSSLST 'office. .an old, gray-haired senorita will appear, r loaded down with Indian-made baskets, In mrl nTin is kept on hie at ure spuoiLuejis oipueuio pottery, I HIS 1 alUIl E. C. Dike's bits of turquois, a blanket or two, and c. Vi.i,.,U., arrows and bows enonch to start a mn- Squatting down In son 1 sunny corner the good dame waits wit. I the patience of Job for customers, and at evening steals silently oil to her cabin on the banks of some neighboring ...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 8 March 1890

UHAMPION. Vol. VII. No. 22. FLAGSTAFF, AEIZONA, SATURDAY, MAftCH, 8, 1890. Whole No. 337. Arizona fisntml Bant Flagstaff, Arizona. The Oldest Bank in northern Arizona. Interest paid on Time Deposits, Collections a Specialty. References. W. B. Strong, Presi dent A. T. & S. F. Railroad Co.; Ellis Wainwright. Managing Director Arizona Cattle Company, bt. Louis, Mo.; Hank ol Calilornia, San Francisco. Your .Banking Business Solicited. J. H, Hoskms. Jr., Cashier. PROFESSIONAL. Henry D Ross. W. L. Van ilorn. . ROSS & VAN HORN, A TTORNEYS AT-LAW. OF r fice in Arizoni Central Hank juilding, Flagstaff, Arizona. W G. Stewart, Ed. M Doe. STEWART & DOE, ATTURNEYS-AT-LAW. OF lice Two doors west of th' Bank Hotel, Flagstaff. Arizona. DR. J. M. MARSHALL, TENT1ST, FLAGSTAFF, A J T. Office in C. F. Katb ren's building, south side of rail S a. m road track, till 6 p. m. Hours from DR. D. J. BRANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Flagstaff, Arizona. Will'res pond J romptly to all calk from any po...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 8 March 1890

A WEEKLY CHAMPION X S'UBSCRIBERS to this paper will coufer a lavor by sending notice ol ' any irregularity in the delivery to this office. THIS PAPER is kept on file at 1. U. Hake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchant Exchange, San Francisco, California, whtre contracts for advertising can be made for it. Business communications aim reimttancse should be addressed to JNO. G. TINKER, Editor and Manager, Flagstaff, jtavapai Co., Arizona. (Continued from First Page ) persons purchasing land from the United States put only a small part of it in cultivation, and per mitted the balance to remain un enclosed and in no way separated from the lands owned by the United States. All t"ie neighbors who had settled near one of these prairies or on it, and all the people who had cattle that they wished to graze upon the public lanrls permit ted them to run at large over the whole region, fattening upon the public lands of the Unitfed States and upon the unenclosed lands of the private, individu...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 8 March 1890

iEDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- GROCERIES PROVISIONS BOOTS' SHOES' HATS' DRY GOODS' NOTIONS. GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. Agesats fifef liolfiie Wsg2a sand New Home Sewing JfEsaehliies. HARDWARE, STOVES. DOORS, SASH, WEEKLY CHAMPION SATURDAY, MARCH g, 1890. DREAD, PIES, . BUNS, OAKES, -AND- Everything Kept in a First Glass Bakery. tOrders left at the Hawks House ill be I'romr.tly attended to. J. F. HAWKS, Prop. H SALZ3AK Hisft Mi "Wholesale Liquors. Crofty 0 Siaeewan JJSTCIcthing Made to Order. -a Local Matters. Attend the.lecture. M. Salzman has a Sue stock whiskeys, wiuesuud cordials. of M. Wolleiibur'' a prosperous mer- chant of Presuotfc, is visiting to wu. j W.x-.Bi) A good girl to do wash-: :m.l inviinv nnnlv .ih t.hU nfli,. . llip; Ciniiiroii is circulating anioii his Prescott friends this week. Commercial travelers have been very numerous thi3 week in our town. Why not call a meeting, and or g...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 8 March 1890

WEEKLY CI L at PIOIm GOLD l'IKCES. A Ileal Curiosity -'iop In Santa "e. Santa Ke, is to somoci-tont, the treasure ground of curiobity seek .j. lu many of the shops there are col.oetions of Ini.uin goods, blankets, pottery, bows nnd btoiic utensils that are half rial and half manu factured goods. One needs to be mi acute judge of the articles cfiered for sale to es cape being deceived. But if he vait3, the stranger need not fear paying his money for contraband objects. Sooner or later an old, gray-haired senoritn will appear, loaded down with Indian-made baskets, in which are specimens of pueblo pottery, bits of turquois, a blanket or two, and arrows and bows enough to start a mn Boum with. Squatting down in sc:,. sunny corner the good dame waits with the patience of Job for customers, and at evening steals silently off to her cabin on the banks of some neighboring stream. She is a type of a race fast dying out. It was her ancestors who first inhabited the pueblo of Santa Fe who rebe...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 15 March 1890

Arizona O HAMPION Vol. VII. No. 23. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, SATUEDAt, MARCH, 15, 1890. Whole No. 338. Centra Flagstaff, Arizona. The Oldest Btnk in northern Arizona. Interest paid on Time Deposits, Collections a Specialty. References. W. B. Stronc, Presi- dent A. T. & S. F. Railroad Co.; Ellis Wainwright. Managing Director Arizona Cattle Company, St. Louis, Mo.; Bank of California, San Francisco. Your Banking Business Solicited. J. H, Iloskins, Jr., Cashier. PROFESSIONAL. Henry. D. Ross. W. L. Van Horn ROSS & VAN HORN, A TTORNEYS'AT-LAW. OF A fice in Arizona Central Bank juilding, Flagstaff, Arizona. W. C. Stewart, Ed. M. Doe. . STEWART & DOE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OF fice Two doors west of the Bank Hotel, Flagstaff. Arizona. DR. J. M. MARSHALL, TMSNTIST, FLAGSTAFF, A. JJ T. Office in C. F. Kath ren's building, south side of rail road track. Hours from 8 a. m. (ill 6 p. m. DR. D. J. BRANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will res pond promptly to all calls from any ...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 15 March 1890

WEEKLY CHAMPION SUBSCRIBERS to this paper will confer alavor by sending notice o! any irregularity in the delivery to this, office. THIS PAPER "liTEa Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants txcnange, ban francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be maae tor it. Business communications auu remittancse should be addressed to JNO. G. TINKER, Jcuitmr and Manager, Flagstaff, x avafai Co., Arizona. Governor Wolfley has return ed from his trip to Washington. Gen. Early gets the snug sum of 20,000 per annum as presid ent of the Louisiana State Lottery The senatorial contest in Mon tana has been decided in favor of the Republicans, Powers and Saun ders. The citizens of .Flagstaff are anxiously awaiting the Albuquer que Citizen's "write up" of this town. Judge McComas, of Va., who signed John Brown's death war rant, died in Fort Sco tt Kansas, on the 1 2th inst. New Mexico has an indebted ness of 5900,000, and the total taxable-property of the Territory is about sixty million...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 15 March 1890

REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- - GROCERIES' PROVISIONS BOOTS' SHOES' HATS DRY GOODS' NOTIONS. GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. ''" Agents ffoar Moline Wsig3B sa-sael New Efosiae Sewingr M&cliines. EARDWA STOVES, DOOMS, SASH, ah. WEEKLY CHAMPION SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1890. Coconino Bakery BREAD, PIES, BT7NS, CAKES, -AND- Everything Kept in a First Glass Bakery. COrders left at the Hawks Hou jvill be jiromptly attended ;o. J. F. HAWKS, Frop. I SALE0AN grams, QsiUs Far Pll Mil Wholesale Liquors. IrOGlGfg 81$ S185SW3I8 i-Clothinp; Made to Order. -a Local Mailers. .latious to Frank Uopeland who was Go to church. married to Miss Julia Jones, of tlie Grand Canyoii or bust! Verde Valley on the 17th of Feb. Prescott has organized a base ball" 3Iay t"r lives 1)0 one of untold club. jblisa. M. Salzmm has a fine stock of ' Dan Burke who was charged with nhiikeys, wines and cordials. i tho crime of ni.iiiolaughiar ...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 15 March 1890

A woman who worked in Genei ol Knox's family still lives in 'Alain (it the aga of ninety-three. The sentence of the Duke of Orleans has been set aside. He will bo banished from France. The last signer of the declaration of Texas Independence died last week. The new postage stamps which bear the impress of George Wash JL. Rml Canontx mop In Santa F. Santa Fe, is to some extent, the treasure ground of curiosity seekers. In many of the shops there are collections of Indian goods, blankets, pottery, bows and stone utensils that are half real and half manu factured goods. One needs to be an acute judge of the articles offered for sale to es cape being deceived. But if he waits, the stranger need not fear paring his money for contraband objects. Sooner or later an old, gray-haired senorita will appear, loaded down with Indian-made baskets, in which are specimens of pueblo pottery, bits of turquois, a blanket or two, and arrows and bows enough to start a mu seum with. Squatting down In som...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 March 1890

c H A MPTON JL JLJi. M-Jl Y JEL JL JLJL VoL. YII. No. 24. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA,' SATURDAY, MARCH, 22, 1890. Whole No. 339. -3 Arizona Mi Flagstaff, Ahizoxa. The Oldest Bank in Northern Arizona. Interest paid on Time Deposits, Collections a Specialty. References. W. li. Strong, Presi dent A. T. & S. F. Railroad Co.; Ellis Vainwright, Managing Director Arizona Cattle Company, 'St. Louis, Mo.; Bank of California, San Francisco. Your Banking Business Solicited. J. H, Hoskins, Jr., Cashier. PROFESSIONAL. Henry D. Ross. V. L. Van Horn. ROsS & VAN HOU.N, TTORNEYS AT-LAW. OF r fice in Arizona Central Hank juilding. Flagstaff, Arizona. XV. G. Stewart, Ed. M. Doe. STEWART & DOE, A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OF fice Two doors west cf the Bank Hotel, Fl.tgstatf. Arizona. DR. J. M. MARSHALL', TENTIST, FLAGSTAFF, A. JJ T. Office in C. F. Kath rcn's building, south side of rail road track. Hours from S a. m. till 6 p. ra. DR. D. J. BRANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will res ' pon...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 March 1890

WEEKLY CHAMPION SUBSCRIBERS to this paper will confer alavor by sending notice ut any irregularity in the delivery to this, office. THIS PAPER is kept on file at r.. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, whtre contracts for advertising can be made for it. FLAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 7, F. & A. M. REGU lar meetings of this Lodge at Masonic Hal), on the fourth Monday in each month. Sojourn ing brethren cordially invited to attend. J. VV. Sharp, VV .1. J. E. Burchard, Sec Examining Committee: W. J. Hill, NilesJ. Cameron, john rosebaugh. Business communications aim remittancse should be addressed to JNO. G. TINKER, Editor and Manager, Flagstaff, Yavapai Co., Arizona. If there was a law to publicly whip every man who maltreats his wife, there would be less of it done. The close herd bill passed by the last legislature is a dead letter. It is neither constitutional or bene ficiary. This winter has been a particular ly wet one, which insures th...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 March 1890

RDWARE, SASH, REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. BABBITT BROS,, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- PROVISIONS BOOTS' SHOES' HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS -i GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. Agents for Meitm Wagons sm.A New Home Sewing Machines. STOVES, GROCERIES WEEKLY CHAMPION SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1890. Pi ocoio Bakery Ul BREAD, PIES. BUNS, CAKES, AND 'Everything Kept in a First Glass Bakery. EGyOrders left at he Hawk House trill 'be promptly attended to. J. F. HAWKS, Trap. S SALZSAN firocsis, amis' Fur mm Ms. AYholesale Liquors. CiBienj 0 Hessnit XSyClclhing Made to Order. -a Local Matters. Gun1?, pistols, watches, clocks cheap at the Second-Hand Store Location notices for sale at tin? office 10c apiece or 3 for 25 cents. Household and kitchen furniture cheap ut Second Hand Store. E. S. Gosney has returned again allcr an uLueucu or! about tliifee j months. Y-tvupui county p.iid CI, 61 1.65 to aid the sufferers from the Walnut Uroku IlooJ. Grass, grain and flower...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 22 March 1890

yiuierlcHU Cowboys Ajjilust the World New York, March 8 A Rome special to the Herald says: All "Rome was excited to-day ovtra trial of Buffalo Bill's cowboys oa -wild horses furnished by the Dnke of Sennoneta. For several days the Roman , authorities have been superintend ing the erection of extra birrieis to keep the sviga steeds from rea;hing the audience, 'the animals came fiom the duae's famous herd on the Pontine marshes, and be declared" that no cowboy on earth could ride one, Thg cowboys laughed at the boast. Then the duke dared them to mount any of tho bix. Every man, wo man and child expected that two o. three men would be killed in the experiment. Over 2,000 carriage. were driven to the Proti de Castello, and an audience of 20,000 people braved ths dripping rain. Lorti Pufferin and many other diplomat were present in the special tribune. Among the Romans were the wife of Premier Orispi and scions of ah the noble houses. Two of the wild horses wort driven into the arena. Th...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 29 March 1890

Arizona AMPION Vol. VII. No. 5 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH, 29, 1890. Whole No. 340. Prizona Central Sa$, Flagstaff, Arizona. The Oldest Bank in Northern Arizona Interest paid on Time Deposits, Collections a Specialty. References. V. R. Strong, Presi dent A. T. & S. F. Railroad Co.; Ellis Wainwright. Managing Director Arizona Cattle Company, St. I.ouis, Mo.; Bank of California, San Fruncico. Your Banking Business Solicited. J. II, Hoskins, Jr., Cashier. PROFESSIONAL. Henry D. Ros?. W. L Van Horn. ROSS & VAN HORN. A TTORNEYS AT-LAW. O F M fke in Arizona Central Bank auilding, Flagstaff, Arizona. W. G. Stewart, E1 M. Doe. STEWART & DOE, A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OF- M fice Two doors west of the Bmk Hotel, Fligstafif. Arizona. DR.. J. M. MARSHALL, fENTlST, FLAGSTAFF, A. I J T. Office in C. F. Kath- rcu's buiiJPng, south side ol rail road track, till 6 p. m. Hours from 8 a. m DR. 1). J. BRANNEN, PHYsICIAN AND SURGEON Flagstaff, Arizona. U'iii re fund promptly to all Calls f...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
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