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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 20 December 1890

Weekly Champion. Subscribers to this paper will confer a lvor by sending notice of any irregularity in its delivery to this office. Business corpmunjcations and remittances should be addressed to Jno. G, Tinker, Editor and Prop. Flagstaff, Yavapai County, Arizona, Ty. The Champion is kept on file at E. C. DaVe's advertising agency, 65 Merchants Exchange, San trancisco, Lai. APrKOVED BY NOBIi:, TriE report of Secretary Noble en- dorsesgand recommends the action of Congress on tho following portions of acting Governor Murphy's report; 1. "that an enabling act for the admisjon of Arizona as a state bo pass ed by Congress. 2. That all the public lands within Arizona bo donated to the Territory, title to ba passed upon admission as a State. 3. That all school lands within Aviz pna be donated to the Territory for school purposes, and provisions be made for the selection of good in lieu of bad sections." This Territory requires more than ordinary assistance to enable it to over come the gr...

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. — 20 December 1890

!S 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. Ag'Bfltte fF Mltme Wagons ami Mew Btoaiae dewing IlaeMiEes. WARE, Seventeen Thousand Cars oe CftOK & liBB JBWBLEI BB 0 F FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. You can buy anything in their line from the size of a Thim ble to an I8-Karat Diamond. Yvom a Nickle Watch to a Chro nograph. From an Alarm Clock to an Italian Marble. French. 'Ont a Napkin Hing to a Water Service. Fact; they are loaded .:' with Best lisQitid Stock In tho Takr a Day Off and Inspect ALEUGUERUE, N. UI. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF mi awuod ? unui We carry the largest and most complete stock for the Indian trade. Local Matters. 0 uibenies at Sanderson's. e i Cider at Sandersons, i, sie a apples at Sanderson's . L.'ilo.ai.i comb lie- ley at Sander- 11. jLo.-.imei: lemons, 50c a doz, at Jj u .e.-on's. 3d k. Lir-zie Dennie is visiting her tlsi-er, J...

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. — 20 December 1890

ODD BOOKKEEPING. How Alimony is Paid to De serted Wives. MATRIMONIAL .TROUBLES IH NEW YORK. The Police Sargeant's Peculiar Arduous Work. and To be a sergeant lu a police conrt In volves a peculiar and somewhat burden some duty, that of acting as banker for the receint and disbursement of tbe weekly stipends paid by husbands to de serted wives. A sergeant is fortunate if he has not above thirty such bookkeeping accounts on his list, and in a busy court the number may run up to 150 or 173 The obligation of the husband to support his wife assumes a not romantic aspect in a police court. The obligation is not to tho woman as her desert for services ren dered or for affection's sake, but to tbc city, that it may not have a pauper on its hands. This attitude of self defense of the community as against the husband colors the proceedings which a woman must go through before she can compel her husband to provide for her The first step involved is a visit to the commission era of charities an...

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. — 27 December 1890

Arizona iAMPION. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1890. VOL. VIII. NO. 15. Arizona Central Bank FLAGSTAFF, ARIZOKA. THE OLDEST BAKK 18 EflBTBEBH AH1Z0HA. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Collections a Specialty. BzrzuEScns: W. B. Strong:, President A. T. fc S. F. Railroad Co.; KUIj Walnwrijht, Managing Director Ariiona Cattla Company, St Louis, Mo.; Bank of Califorula, Sau Francisco. Your BanMiiE Business Solicited. J. H. HOSKINS, Jr., Cashier. r It OFESSIOXAL. W. O. ITIWAHT. STEWAET & DOE, ATTORN'EYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE 2 DOORS wet of the Bank Hotel, Flagstaff, Alizona. bxmet I), xoss. W. I VAN HOEN. EOSS & YA1T HOEN, ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE IS ARI sona Central Bank building, Flagstaff, Arizona. DE. J. M. MAESHALL, DENTIST, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZOKA. OFFICE In C. F. Kathren's buildlnr, south side of railroad track. Hours from S a. M. till S r. m. DE. D. J. BEANHEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, FLAGSTAFF, Arizona. Wlllrespond promptly to all calls lrom any point on the Atl...

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. — 27 December 1890

V.V- f m Its delivery to this oiiice. Business communications mid remittances should be addressed to Jno. G. Tinker, Editor and Prop. Flagstaff, Yavapai County, Arizona, The Champion is kept on file at E. C. Dakc's advertising agency, 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. Acting Goveexor Mtjepiiy has gone to Washington in the interests of the North and South railroad. And now tho MoKinleyitcs claim that Dr. Koch's lymph is dutiable, as it.is a. blow against home consumption. Democbats aro talking about cer tain victory in 1892 unless "unfore seen complications arise" is a phrase with great possibilities inik -D. W, HiixsAKER, editor of the Wilcox Stockman died last week of consumption. By his death Arizona loses one of her best newspaper men, In 1863 letter postage was lixsd at three cents, for all distances in the country; in 1883, it was cut to two cents. The. one-cent cut should surely come in 1893, if not' before. Territorial Treasurer Smith, of Phenix, has received a draft...

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. — 27 December 1890

PAINTS. BABBITT BROS,,. FLAGSTAFF,. ARIZONA. -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- GROCERIES- PROVISIONS BOOTS SHOES- HATS DRY GOODS, N GLASS,, HAIR,. CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. n STOVES, SHIHGLES. teiEFJ Thousand, to of Holiday Goods.! JUST RECEIVED BY THE CMS3H: a IMM JfMWMtMK CMP AMY, o:f flagstaff,, aeizoea.. You-can Buy anything ih their line from the size of a Tliim Ble to air 18-arat' Diamonds From a Nickle Watchi to a Chro nogi'aphv From an- Alarms Clock to an Italian Marble. French. ErQn a Napkin Ring to a Water SerYice. Eact, they are loaded to the standards; with the; - Best ilssortsd Slack m ti Ssutlwisf. Take; a Day Off and Inspect Their Display. AXJBUGTJERQUE, N. Ml IMPORTERS AND JO.BBE-RS OF S AND We; carry the largest and most complete stoe"eor the Indian trade. Local Matters.. Happy- Saw Yeac Fre-sh Cider, at Sandersons., Cranberries at Sanderson's . Welcorae;,189.1.. Easterninpples.at:Sanderson's . Billy Sawyer left, this -week for his home in Indiana. California comb h...

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. — 27 December 1890

CHILDREN OF ISHMAEL. Indiscriminate Almsgiving Encourages Vice. THE UNWISDOM OF THE CHARITABLE A Ohart Which Illustrates Social Deg radationPrevention. The children of Ishmael are stUl with us. They aro not the roving Indians or reckless cowboys of tho western plains, nor the desperate "moonshiners" of the Tennessee mountains. They live near us in New York, or wherever our homes may be. Their garments touch ours in the public places. Strangest of all, we may bo responsible in one sense for tho Ish maelitish madness in their blood; and yet, if we recognized that responsibility, we would complacently count it to ourselves for righteousness. For wo consider alms giving a' cardinal virtue, while we aro too short sighted to estimate the effect of much indiscriminate almsgiving in en couraging moral flabbiness and mental and physical inertia, in increasing pauper ism and crime, in multiplying tho number of the children of Ishmael throughout our land. TMs la ono of thomost suggestive topic...

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. — 3 January 1891

PION. VOL. VIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. NO. 16. V Arizona Central Bank FLiGSTAFF, AE1Z0KA. THE OLDEST Bffi IH KQHTHERH ABIZQ3A. Interest Paid on Time Deposit;. Collections a Specialty. iifjseinces: Y. B. Strong, President A. T. i 9. F. Eallrcid Co.; Ellis Walnwrirht, Managing Director Ariiona Cattle Company, St. Ixu1s, Mo.; Bank of California, San Francisco. Your Banting Business Solicited. J. H. HOSSIHS, Jr., Cashier- . PROFESSIONAL. w. a. stiwaht. ED. M. DOE STEWAET & DOE, ATTORNKYE-AT-LAW. OFFICE 2 DOORS wait of the Bank Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. JtXHF.Y D. BOSS. W. L. VAN HOES. . KOSS & VAN H0E1T, ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE IX ARI lona Central Bank building, Flagstaff, Arizona. DE. J. M. MAESHALL, DENTIST, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OFFICE In C. F. Kaihren's bulldlne, south side of railroad track. - Hours Irora S A. H. till 6 P. M. . DE. D. J.-BBAUHEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, FLAGSTAFF, Arizona. Will respond promptly to all cal Is from any point ...

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. — 3 January 1891

WEEKLY (JHAMPION. j Subscribers to this rtaner will rnnfpr n iavor by sending notice of any irregularity in its delivery to this office. Business communications and remittances should be addressed to Jno. G. Tinker, Editor and Prop. Flagstaff, Yavapai County, Arizona, Ty. The Champion is kept on file at E. C. Dake's 'advertising agency, 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. Flagstaff 1891 enters the year with as bright prospects as any town in Arizona. The Arizona Legislature meets on the 3rd Monday in January 1891 for Its I6th 'session. M. A. Dauphin, President of the Louisiana State Lottery Company died at New Orleans, La on the 29th of ''December. The Arizona Sunday law only ap plies to incorporated cities. Hence there is no fear for Flagstaff's law abiding citizens. Canada is indignant at the United States on account of Secretary Rusk's decision: shutting off their cattle. Good Ihing for our own Stock Growers. The Legislature of New Mexico or- ganizcd,'at noon on the 29th i...

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. — 3 January 1891

SHINKI.Eg PHOTS OILS, ETC. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- , PROVISIONS' BOOTS' SHOES' HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. Assents fi JflwHiu Wagons anl Mew Home Senilis Machines. GROCERIES EVE-.NTEEN THOUSAND CARS OF Ygu cas buy anything in their line from the size of a Tliim q tp an 18-Karat Diamond. Erpni a Niekle Watch to a Chro nograph, From an Alarm Qlqck to an Italian MarWe.-French. From a apkin King to a Water Service, Fagt, they are loaded tp the standards with the gest ligGftd Stacjg ii &8 Southwest, Tyke a Day Off and Inspect' Their Display, ALpUGUERQUJE, N. 31. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF We carry the largest and most complete stock for the Indian trade. Local aiaters, Attend churoh. Fresh Cider at Sandersons. Go to the phy. Pninberries afc andersqn'a. Uiauttful weather. Eistcru apples at Sanderson's. K W. Bell is spending the winter in Los Angeles, CaL "Lend 3Ja Five, Shillings a the Wood hall next Friday! 5...

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. — 3 January 1891

MGOES OF EGYPT. The Effects of a Dry, Dusty At mosphere. PERTINACITY OF THE EGYPTIAN FLY. Incessant Bamand for Backshish. Bed Among ths Haas. -A 1 am writing this at "CooVa Luxor ho tel," as good a house as one could wish A large, rambling building In a fine gar den running down to the river. It is om bowered in noble palms and flowering trees and shrubs, and would bo a charm Ing retreat anywhere, but here surround ed by the hot mud hovels which make up an Egyptian village, with the burning sands and aterile mountains close by. it is simply delightful. We are the only occu pants; have the whole house, do what we please, and shall leave it with regret. In valids In search of health could spend a month or two here not only delightfully, ' but in this woudrously dry atmosphere most advantageously in many classes of complaints I need state only three facts to show the rapidity of evaporation in Upper Egypt. Water too warm to drink Is put Into a porous jar and placed In the wind, though'...

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. — 10 January 1891

Champion. - Arizona FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1891. VOL. VIII. NO. 7. Arizona Central Bank FUHIATF, iMQIi. IKE OLDEST BANK III HOHTHEHM ARIZONA. Intoreet Paid on Time Depoiits. Colltctloni a Specialty. xariaxxcxs: t. B. Strong, President A. T. A 8. T. Rllrod Co.; Ellli Walnwrijht, Managing Director Arlsona Cattle Company, St Lonla, Mo.; Bank of California, San Franoiico. Tour Banking: Business Solicited. J. H. H03KINS, Jr., Cashier. PR OFESSIOXIJL. W. 9, ITIW1KT, 8TEWAET & DOE, ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW. OmCS-1 DOORS wait of the Bank Hotal, Flagstaff, Ailzona. UXIT D. OJS. W. L. VAN HOW. BOSS & VAN HORN, ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW. OFFICB IN AEI rona Central Bank buildlnt;, riEitaff, Arizona. DE. J. 7L MAESHALL, DEKTIST, FLAG3TArT, ARIZONA. OrFICE in C. F. Kathren's bulldinr, aouth side of railroad track. Boiri from S a. v. till 6 r. u. DE. D. J. BBANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, FLAG3TAFF, Arizona. Willrespond promptly to all calls from any point on the Atlantio Si Fac...

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. — 10 January 1891

Weekly Champion. ': Subscribers to this paper will confer a lavor by sending notice of any irregularity in its delivery to the o!ce. Business communications and remittances should be addressed to Jno. G. TinkBr, Editor and Prop. Flagstaff, Yavapai County, -JVrizona, Ty. "the CllAMHON is kept ou file at E. C. Dake's advertising agency, 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. The reported killing of General Miles by the Indians was a false 're port ,i ' TnK Legislature of Kansas organized on" 6th" inst. The Farmers' Alliance have complete control -of that body. A large appropriation will bo asked of the 16th Legislature for the purpose of an exhibition for Arizona at the World's Fair in 1892. The I6th Legislative Assembly of the. Territory of Arizona will assemble in Phoenix on .Monday, January ISth, 1891. Coconino should be the first bill acted upon. ' ' " The next Legislature should pass a law raising the per diem of members of the boards of supervisors to S MX'" The number of da...

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. — 10 January 1891

RDWARE. stoves, !LS, ETC. BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALERS IN- BOOTS SHOES. HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS, Haute PAINTS, GROCERIES PROVISIONS Carrv the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of . .. j- . (j r .-, Watches, Diamonds, Clocks Compare the quality of their goods samples. They guarantee satisfaction in icpaired. Keep your who have the hest interests of Flagstaff at heart. Every dollar sent away represents so much of an injury done the community. Fire give Coconino County merchants a chance to live. HAPPY NEW YEAR. G 1 4 Lee, Flagstaff, 0! ALBUGCERQUE, N. 31. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Mi mum km We carry the, largest and mp:st complete stock for the Indian trade. Local Matters. GRA$D SUCCESS Is Flore's Dancing School. Go and have cny amount of en juymcuxt at Flores' Soirees Sat urday Nights. Grand march, lanciers, waltz-quadrilles, ber lins, immense. All Instru mmts Taught. Fresh Cider at Sandersons. OranbrTiies at Sander...

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. — 10 January 1891

TOM GRUSE'S CAREER. The Ups and Downs of Western Life. HOW HE SOLD HIS FAMOUS MIKE. It Increased $500,000 in an Hour A Eomantic Tale. The history of the thrice millionaire banker of Helena, Mont., Thomas Cruse, illustrates the ups and downs of western life, and sets in strong contrast the two extremes of absolute, grovel ing poverty and extraordinary afflu ence. "Six years ago Tom Cruse," says Thomas II. Long, "was only a com mon, ordinary laborer, a prospector and a miner. He had spent almost his last nickel, was (jut of luck, and being out of money it naturally followed he had very few friends. Indeed he was so poor that I well remember the day when he was actually refused credit for a fifty pound sack of flour. He did odd jobs about town anything so long as he turned an honest dollar. One day he took a tramp into the mountains. When he came, back to town he astonished everybody by re porting the discovery of what turned out to be one of the richest silver mines in Montana. "He pr...

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. — 17 January 1891

HAMPION VOL. YIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1891. NO. 18. Arizona Centra! Bank FLAGSTAFF, AEIZ05A. THE OLDEST BUI II SOHTHERH ASZ01JL Interest Paid on Tinie Depcsita. C Elections a Specialty. BEFEBSKCES! W. B. Stronir, President A. T. & S. F. Railroad Co.; Ellis Walnwrijht, Mana;!ns Director Ariiona Cattle Company, St. Ixiuls, Ho.: Bant of California, Sau Franciseo. Yonr BanMni Business Solicited. J. H. HOSKIKS, Jr., Cashier. Fit OFESSIOXAL. W. O. STEWART. STEWABT & DOE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE-2 DOOK3 west of the Bank Hotel, Flagstaff, Ailzonn. 8ENEY I. BOSS. vr. L. VAN HOEK. BOSS & VAN HOEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE IN AEI zona Central Bank bunding, Flagstaff, Arizona. DB. J. M. MARSHALL, DEN'TIST, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZOXA. OFFICE in C F. Kathren's buildin;, south side of railroad track. Hours from 8 a. m. till 6 r. M. DB. D. J. BEAMED, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. FLAGSTAFF. Arizona. Willrespond promptly to all rails from any point on the Atlantic &...

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. — 17 January 1891

"Weekly Champion. t Subscribers to tins paper will confer a iavor Dy sending notice ot any irregularity in its delivery to thu office. Business communications and remittances should be addressed to Jno. G. Tinker, Editor and Prop. Flagstaff, YaVapai. County. 4nfoiia, Ty. The Champion is kept on file at" E. C, Dake's advertising agency, 65 Merchants jtxcnange, ban francisco, Cal. JSoticc to Delinquents. We have on our subscription book a number of "persons who are in arrears, Bills will be sent to Bach one of these, -and we earnestly hope that each one , vill respond irompjly. ' " r-7 James G. 'BLAfNE, of Maine, and Grover Cleveland, of NewYort, frill 'be the standard bearers of the wo great political parties in 1892." The Oourienseems to doubt the crea tion of Coconino county, as evidenced from the following sarcastic item : Should Coconino come up, it is said ;chat Prescott will fill its sheriffs .oniceilvitn.an old crew i 1, 1 i.i It is an even wager that General Miles- will accep...

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. — 17 January 1891

ii' -i HARDWARE, STOVE! RRnwnnn shinri.es paints mi.fi fta BABJ3ITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, ' WHOLESALE ANjD RETAIL DEALERS IN-r- 4 ,. BOOTS' SHOES' HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS OLASS? HAIR;, CEMENT AMD PLASTER PARIS, fflllsi Wms usEtl Jfew Home Sewing: Machines. S!3 PROVISIONS l lVWVJLiJLVIJUJ Local Matters. GRAND SUCCESS . . Tit; J Is Flores' Dancing School. Go and have any amount of en joyment at Flores' Soirees Sat urday Nights. Grand march, landers, waltz-quadrilles, ber lins, immense. All Instru ments Taught. Fresh Cider at' Sandersons. Cranberries at Sandersoiifs . Eastern"apples at Sanderson's . California comb honey at Sander son s . Messimer lemons. 50c a doz. at Charley Schulz came in from his ,, J , - . -- range mis wees. . illl .. Services have been held in the M E. Church all this'we'ek.' Max Salzman made a business visit to Needles, Cal., this week. JT . iu j .- X .The Union Literary Society -will hold its nejet meeting on the 16th. i. -. n , Hr. Ehilip Hull, Sr., is spe...

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. — 17 January 1891

OLD CHICAGO. Reminiscences of the Great Western Metropolis. ONLY THIRTEEN HOUSES FIFT YEARS AGO. J How .OMoago was Saved From an In dian Massacrs. "My father took a claim on tlio North Elde near the river and n.il far from Mr. Cly bourne's." said Mrs Mary Ann Draper. "Uere we lived for quite a Ion;; timu. I have gone through many dangers and hardships on tue .North Side In early days. The Indians were numerous and wero always coming aud goini; Sometimes they were friendly and sometimes they were not My father always had his pun and sword by the bed at night and a dog in tho bouse Often he would not remove hl.i clothing The Indians would come up and go around the bouse, fund now and then strike their tomahawks into the logs and cry "Chan in cliau muck a mil no good white man.' 1 don't see why they didn't kill us They did kill one man and woman just before they 'treated ' They hung the man up in tho woods and threw tho woman in tlie lake "I think there were only thirteen "dwell ing ho...

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. — 24 January 1891

Champion. VOL. VIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891. NO. 19. Arizona Arizona Central Bank! FLAGSTAFF, AMOSA. THE OLDEST Bill IS NDHTHEHK ARIZONA. . InUreit Paid on Tims Deposits. Collections a Specialty. EirEEE.icis: W. B. Btronff, President A. T. A 3. F. Railroad Co.; EUI Wainwrieht, Manaslng Director Arizona Cattle Company, St. Louis, Mo.; Bank o( California, San Francisco. Tout Banting Business Solicited. J. H. HOSKINS, Jr., Cashier. Fit OFJSSSIOXAL. V. O. STEWART. XD. M. DOE STEWABT & DOE, ATTORNEYS-AT-IiAW. OFFICE-2 DOORS west ol the Bant Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. HXNr.Y O. BOSS. W. U. VAN HOKN. BOSS & VAN HOEN, ATTORKEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE IX AUI zona Central Bank building. Flagstaff, Arizona. DE. J. M. MAESHALL, T.ENTI3T. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OFFICE U In C. F. Kathren's bulldinc, south side of railroad track. Hours from 8 a 11. till 6 r. M. DE. D. J. BEANNEN, PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON, FLAGSTAFF, Arizona. Willrespond promptly to all rails from any po...

Publication Title: Arizona Champion, The
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