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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 9 May 1891
pHpwllpillplB5!H),' SMS JaSfiKaBnl&STCre? aft i-HBei''T . - -X- r ' , fi; r . -t I 4 s t -. fi-' r .?: i&. v . Weekly. Champion. CM. Fnnslon.-Edltoraod.Pto- LtTj;ftAY,.MAT, 9, )J39l. The bow of coiittnt'on jjbe com ing constitutionar invention; will be OwiKfl'torv ve'rV lentrthV communi. . ,.tinn &&iasZ!lh our nreas i.a... wi jau'vWI . f. ,n,,r.'Vii. . v '- ,w i r .-week. C Tub Yuma Times has recovered. from tlie-MBffects of therecent flood. -J.-J.' Stein is now editor' of tl&t paper. 'He is a ready writer and.iic has done A I goodVork, for Yuma county in. the 'past. ' J. ' ' ' , . - A aoOD deal, of "soiled linen" was washed atte?fe'pttbKcaTr meeting at PowellVHaiV Tuesday night Per- 'sonal differences are" not politics, and thoy.siiouiA not- be airedta puthc meeting. , .'. .A R0.ui?6:"''of groat importance to . milling companies'has'been-reqeived at the Helena, Montana, land office It is to the' effect that' the right to patent a mill site depends en the presenc...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 9 May 1891
HARDWARE, STOVES -K" M-fa.' DOORS, SASH, REDWOOD MINGLES, PAINTS BABBITT gROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, . . " - am m im K OILS, ETC. 7 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL E2ALERS IN- QgERJES. , BOOTS. HOES? gAIR, pEMENT ANL) HATS DRY GOOD. NATIONS,, PLASTER PARIS, , Home Sewing Machines. pLASS TO aft V TifaSi for Moline Ufa groins and New r- f v PROVISIONS 4k a. v f r . aral- -v r-srai .ttr Local Matters. I ot tt. r. .it . 4v Voto tlio republican ticket. Mrs. D. S. Ltw'ngston, of Wjlliams, is, vishirifc-fi-ieVitla hero 'this waK' " ' fy Bonx In Pl'aKstn(r, May ci'1891, Vto the wife of lDa id 'Uabbitjt, a son. F?E. Vooti,' the A. &P nRe'ntat Cahyon tfwblo, was in tow ii Tuesday. ' Ge)rge E. Brown, deputy U. S. Marshal, spent Wedn?rivun "'FJaa staff." ' All kinds of job work neatly and proiiptldonq. j$ Tun Ohamfion cHica. " Rev. N. F. Norton wont down to William Thursday, on' otlicial busi ness. .'-' E. H. Simpson is tho republicm can didate tor probite judjjo, and ho desires j our suppoi t " ' ' ' ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 9 May 1891
II -...- , .. ni -nWii .. f4R.lv1 " "5B,,) - ' - "' MR -. MiiYir-ri?nli-rifiiiii'wMi - T Ttti -tf m JB&'' t' i, i i :. V .4 ?( . . i m DOING -WOMEN'S WORK. Occupations in Which Men are at Home. .thfy .nH.no THE FINEST SEWING. S " W, -V Why Mon oau Iron Shirts Better Than Wonicii. While It is trim ths.t women have to a great extent of Lite years taken to doing men's work, it is also true that gome meu do women's work In Cali fornia Chinese men are largely employ .1ed'asr' domestic servants, and wherever Chinamen go they are chiefly employed in laundries. jln many largo laundries where new shirts are dona "up expert men, are employed v who make good wages. The reason why men aro em ployed on now shirts is becauso the new shirts rcquiro moro strength to iron ""them properly than shirts that have been previously 'laundried, and few women havo U5b strength to do' the work prop erly. In the state prisons men aro common ly employed at laundry work, mainly on shirts. It is curious, by t...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 16 May 1891
;ip m $r:.r st ."'- :L.3Mv : , Arizona ? -: r. 1 VOL. VIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1891. NO. 35. MfC LW 4r - .; - - - - -r - v- - .-r--rr W '" -'- --''- - Champion 1 .. 'ikV-J'JJf. ., . .J -s.'.r t .1 "& & - n L r r s .r ps .'r.l (mis, '.' '? ' C: '-fe?'-' - -All f' ' '' m v Arizona Central Bank FLA03TAFF, AR1Z0HA. . THE OLDEST BANK III HOHIHCRN AFJZGMA. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Collections a S-eclalty. tinuyci): ir. B. Strong, President A T. A 3. K. Railroad Co.; Kill Walavrrlght, Manajlng Director 'Arliona Cattle Company, St. Louti, Mo.; Bank of California, Sau Krauclsco. Your Banting Business Solicited. J. H. DOSKINS, Jr., Cashier. 4 ft - $?rn' " J'K OFES8IOXAI1. W. L. VAN HORN, A TTORXEY-AT-LAW. FlagatatT, Arliona. Di. J. H. MARSHALL, DENTIST. OFFICE ONE DOOK WEST OF the I'txtofflee. Teeth extracted without pain. Flagstaff. Arliona. w. a. rrxwar.T. STEWABT 4 DOE, A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE-t DOOIU n. west of the Dank Hotel, Flagstaff, Atlio...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 16 May 1891
It r a- & K &. & PC & If if h, f- - vl sf k ," it m Vj IS' :!B Weekly .Champion. Bb C. M. Funston, Editor and Proji. . : ,, Saturdat, May, 6, 1801. f mm . ' On Monday of t'jis week thorp was j-eported'a la'ro rainfal throughout 'the northern part of tho territory, and it will be of untold yalup to Ilio cattle, and sheop. Tli past woeE jiaV witnessed not a .Jittle excitoptont throughout th.p terri tory, duo to the elections, but it is a notable- fact that there (9 an unusual .pbsenco of any serious, affrays pr crime which usually attend thi pvpnt. "BfUieir powspapers sliajl yo know theinj" was tho apt comment of a suc cessful merchant upon tho claims of an aspiring cqmmunity whoso citizens were splicitin? hi interest and en deavpring to impress upon him the en terprise of its peoploV Year by year 'the newspapers pf a cotpmunity are bo coming mora ' definitely tho index of ho "enterprise and progressive tenden cies of its people. Ex. The Silver Belt gets in another lic...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 16 May 1891
S' , . " '" r J. - i i .j ... i. i . ii .... . . .. .. ... ' . .. . ... . . , r - -- -., w , rt i i I V J T4 HARDWARE, STOVES, DOORS, SASH, BROS., REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. . OILS, ETC. BABBITT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEALERS IN PROVISIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS DRY- GOODS. NOTIONS. GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS. Ag'cuafe for Molina Wagons' and New Home .Sewing Machines. wvrf yjDymJI 5ETC! i GROCERIES fr $ , hf Weekly Champion. Local Matters.. Qoo. II. Dtfley, of Tucson, is in itown. II. 0. Gamy, of Williams, was in ,town Friday. Hon. J. 0. Ilormlon, of Proscqtt, xvas in .town ,tbis weok on. logal bus ,inoss. . Just received, some new atyly .in ,adirs, mirtcs and .chilnrcns shoes, at Brannen's. Miss Inurn llax worth wont to Uejlemont Thursday to teach tho pub Jio school tiere. Mrs. J. E. Daggs- oxpoots to loavo ,to-lny for a visit of a few weeks vith (frioijds.in Los. Angeles, Oal. E. J. Graves and J. A. Mcintosh of Laconia, Arkapsai, are in our town, and thoy wil...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona champion. — 16 May 1891
rj1 APE MS,,., a 1 ; t ' m r t ' IP' 'HE-' ! wife' fifcs Snfliir ' aiioP HE KEPT HIS OATH, Young Man Avenges Father's" Murder. his HOW GENERAL JORDAN WAS KILLED. The Terrible end of a Violent, Un scrupulous Man. A dramatic sequenco of ovents lay bo hind tho recent assassination of Qou. Lorwz Jordan in tho streets of Buenos Ayres. Jordan was a violent, venture some, unscrupulous man, who had ex perienced all the ups and downs of an adventurer's career. Ho was born In Conccpclon, Uruguay, in 1883. Ho was educated in the Jesuit college, In Buenos Ayres, and in 1841 entered the Argen tine army as a lieutenant. In tho revo lutionary times of 1849 ho was command' ant of his nativo town. Ho was unpop-J ular, even uraong his own people. Ho was quarrelsome, imperious and Inso lent, and always ready to meet any re sentment which his conduct excited with a challenge to a ducli In tho disturb ancea'of 1851 ho. took sides with the tyrant Rosas against the rebellious Qen. Uuurila. Under tho prote...