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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, li93.
Col. Jerry Milliiy and wife spent yes
terday on t'he South Side.
Dr. Hurt ia nf Phiutiix, took a drive
through tho Tempo country yesterday,
A number of the young folks of Tem
po, Mi-en anil Pliiunix, danced at Pe
ters hall, after commencement was
Prof Wollntn, superintendent of the
Fliuinixerhoolsriiirlni! the past year,
attended tin t;loii)! exercised and ru
turned home yesterday.
I,. J. Wood, ttm rustling life insur
ance, man, was in Tempo yesterday and
returned 10 l'himiix. going through the
Dauif ter eeti lenient, where he has been
W. 0. nrmstronc and his friends,
who wave the hall last eveninir, made
everything free for vibitore from other
towns. The celebrated string band of
rha-nii, furnished the music.
The pupils who have been in attend
ance at the Normal School, are now
scattering in various directions to
peiid vacation. Uf tho seventy-three
pupils enrolled during the past year,
(01 ty-three are Iron other pottofficea
N. S. Rerray, foreman of the Old
Dominion copper mine at Globe, ar
rived in Tempe yesterday. Ho was on
his way home Irom tho world's fair, be
ing ono of the first Arizonann to (!Pt
back to the hind of t-nnnliino. He says
the Arizona mineral exhibit is a credita
ble one and utinuU as much attention
as any other exhibit in the mineral line
on tho ground. Tho agricultural
wealth of the tenitory is represented
only by cacti of enormous size and
omo westerner tuggested that the hay
in which the giants were packed would
make a belter exhibit. Fruit, said he,
would be n good thing to advertiso with
and Mr. Sorrin has nlready received
some small shipments. The amount
needed l not more than fifty pound r
day whiih would be sullicient to nllow
all visitor to try is flavor. Mr. Herray
will return to lilulip in a few days but
will tirst vinit the half seciion ol alfafu
recently puirhit'rd near this town.
The Wilduinn, I'eteis, Goldman Co.
are making special inducements to far
mers on their new Huckeyo mowers
and Jackson rakes anil -tuckers.
The Chinese iniit iro! Hut Hurchard
still continue? to feed nil the hungry
uiortalH of civilization.
Nelson, the jeweler, has a fine stock
and does first-class watcii repairing.
Half n car of Moron's w bite flint L'lne s
fruit j.ir lift" j'li-t arrived for tho Wild-wan-l'elers-Uolii
inn n I'oiiipiiny.
It has been if ported around town
by unreliable persons that should Mr.
Il'ouizh have no opposition in the ice
business, lie will raise i he price of ice
to 1) centB a pound. This is a calumny
and to prove its 'ulsity Mr. Hough will
ign n contract to guarantee ice all the
year round at 1 cent a pound, nnd
ahould any cut be made, the customers
will get tho benefit of it. Il pays to
patronize linn Iwttipirv.
It I a Game Well Suited to Paying Off
Itis admitted on all sides that, played
under the most favorable circumstances,
and by men who would consider a loss
of temper almost equivalent to a loss of
honor, football under Itugby union rules
is a reasonably dangerous game. I'laycd
as It is in America, says the Saturday
Kcvtqw, it hcems admirably adapted for
paying off old grudges, and proving
conclusively that good-humored pluclc
and fcUill arc no match for savago bru
' tality and irrelevant violence. To an
aspirant for honors in the American
football team wc would bay: "My son,
learn boxing. Learn football also, if
possible, but first learn the art of sclf
defensc." Moreover, tho pernicious prtvUces arc
not exercised secretly (except with re
gard to tho umpire), but are tacitly rec
ognized as a part and parcel of the
game. True, if a man is caught fight
ing ho may bo ruled out of the match.
It is made a 1 ?i -al outcome of this law
that six or eight rescrvo men arc nl
tvays roady equipped to take tho places
of any detected bruisers.
Tho thinking man can nnd does
easily improve tho occasion. If ho feels
exhausted ns thoshortwintcraftcrnoon
Is drawing in, he can watch until he
catches tho umpire's eye, -'slug'' u
diminutive opponent, and have his
place occupied by ono seven times more
wicked than himself. Or, being but a
player of medium ability, ho can yet
provoke to a merry bout of fisticuffs
ono whoso ability in tho game is grcat
.cr, and may thus bring about the re
'..tircment of both, sacrificing his own
jiawn self for the opponent knight. Tho
American asserts that his game is more
scientific, which, from a certain point
of view, is self-evident.
An Antidote fjr Il.ibie.i.
ITcro is a receipt for tho bite of a mad
clog, talccn from tlio "Universal Maga
zine of Knowledge," published by John
IHnton nt tho King's Arras in Newgate
street, London, May, l"."): "Take tho
youngest shoots of the elder tree, peel
off the outside rind; then, scraping off
tho green rind, tako two handfuls of it,
-which simmer a quarter of an hour in
flvo pints of ale; strain it off, and, when
cold, put it in bittlcs. Tako half a
pint, make warm, tho llrst thing in tho
morning and tho last at night, and bo
sure to keep yourself warm; also batho
tho part uffected with somo of tho
liquor warmed. Tho doso to bo re
peated tho next now or full moon after
the first. It is good for cattlo as well
as tho human species."
JUNE 10. 18!)3.
Adipted for commercial Travelers.
Fine Wln.s, Liquors and Cigars.
C. 1. MUItl'llV, Proprietor.
Tho Great Middle Bonte Across the
American Continent in Connec
tion with the Railways of
tho "Santa Fe Route."
The Grand Canon ot the Colorado, the mod
suhllmn ol Nature's work on the Earth, inde
scribable, can easily he reached via Flagstafl,
Wlllltmi or Teach Spring!) on this road. To
well you cn journey "iiM dlrectl) by this Uric
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization ot La
euim.orot Acoma, "The City of ihe Bltj ."
Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrlio. See and
marvel at the freak of Cimoii Diablo. Take a
hunting trip In tho magnificent pine forest of
he San Francisco Mount litis Fl-d Interest In
the ruins of the pre-hlstorlo Cave nnd Cliff
Dweller. View the longest Cantilever bridge
In America across the Colorado River.
T. R. Qabkl, Oeneral riuperlntendent, Albu
querque, New Mexico. W. A. Hissell, General
Passenger Agent. San Franclseo, Cal and Al
buquerque, New Mexico. II. S Vaw Slyck,
General Agent, Albuquerque, N. M
IJIO MILE5 euQUTtST QUlCKLST MIL.E.3
I 5M0HTL3T TO f AND BIST " I SMOHttS: 1U
KJAOSOTOIlLfUL mr,VF2ZSZ HEW ORLEANS
Queen & Crescent
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
'e Orltins to Cintinnali, 91 Miles b'hoitcil
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and cast.
13-Pullman Palace Cars through without
chance via Chattnoo;a to New York. Only me
change of cars to the principal points In Georgia
Vtiglnla, North and South Carolina and Atlan
p-T!cket ofiloe.91 St. Charles Street, Now
Orleans,!. F. JONES, T. P A.,
Florence and Globe Stage Line
Carrying 0.8. '
b Wills, Fabop
STAOK LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOR
Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, r. M. ; stopi
all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at
& o'clock, r. H.; returning, leaves Globe at t
o'clock a.m.. arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock
A. M. Good accomodation on the road. Im
proved line, good stock and comfortaDie stages,
four-horse coach erery other day. W. E.
1 GUILD, Agent, Florence. E. F. KELLNER 4
' CO., Agents. Olobo.
0011180 by Mail
Leavenworth Business College.
Wo will glv a thorough ooure of Instruction
In iloihle and Ktngle entry llookkeenlng and
Commercial Arilnttietio ly mall FREE (IF
C1IARGK ton limited niuiiltr nf perons. ThU
course will la? completed In forty lessons. No
charge for dlploui.x
PROF. F.J. VANDERBERG, PRES.,
302,301 and 306, Delaware St.. Icavcnworth. Kan.
Sisters Academy of the Sacred llearl
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
Kngltsh, French. Spanish, Painting, Drawing
Music, cmhroldory, etc.. taught. Termi
reasonable. Address, MOTHER BUI'KI.'IOR,
I'h renlz. Arizona
The Celebrated Frencfi (Jure,
i Sold or a
to enro an v form
tho generative or
v hither arlilug
from theciccsili o
tlou, over lndulpcuce, do , tuch ns Loss of Ilruli
Power, Wticf-.lncsj.EcurlnBdown l'alnslntu
trfltlori. Norturnnl rmtn'nn,. 1 AiTMnhn n nl
:Incj,V,'calt Memory, I.os of I'owcrnudlmpo
h ncy , whlc h II neglected of ten lead to prcmatr.-e
o'd r.-o and lnaa!ty. Trico 1.00 n hot, 6boici
fur to 00. Pent hy eic'.I on receipt of price"
A WltlTxr: C.UAKANTEE III Riven fo:
r cry ?3.COordcrrecclvcd,torerundth:! money II
a rcrmaiipiit 'iiro Is not effected. Wo hn- c
ihousaadaol testimonials Iromod nnd younjr,
if hoth pcxes, who liavu heen jernanently run n
hythousoof Aphrodltlno. Olreularfree. Addrcu
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
"Vrtitcrn Uranch. Cox 27. Voutulud. Oh
For Balo by Q. n. KICKKKIt, I)rui;etst,
I'ltiConlx Arlion P. O. Box 299.
(fi -i ff
Farmers 6 Merchants Bank
Of Tempe, Arizona.
The Leading Rank of the South Bide.
Capital fold Up. 835,000.
BenJ. (loldtnan, Perry Wlldman,
E. O. Frankenherir, Niels Petersen,
K. U. Oodson, Moris Elllngson.
2. 0. Frankenbcrg, President,
Bcnj. Qoldman, Vice-President,
F. a. Dodson, Cashier.
Transact a Oeneral and Strictly Legiti
mate lianklnc Husines.
R. OHA8. H. JONES, THMPH. A. T. OF-
co at Jieineinan &.uiu bunaing.
Alt Work Hand Made and Guaranteed.
Call and Examine my Stock - - --
- - - Before Buvins; Elsewhere,
HCIIUKEMAN SIXGLKTAUY, Trops,
FINE TDRXOOTS'A SPECIALTY.
Best attention given boarding stock. . . .
, . . Headquarters for Commercial Men.
- - TEMl'E,
Basintu Men of Tempe aai Ariional
We again remind you of the fact tbat
I irtinreil to turn nut on the shortest
notice tint Kent anil Cheapest urk
ever put up In Arizona.
We ftoknowlege no Rivals,- jz
t-z. Recognize no DompBlIllDn,
Second Fiddle to no Combination.
For Commercial Printing,
For Blank Work,
For Book Work,
For Anything Printed,
The "Eepublican" Job Office.
A. J. l'KTKKS, President.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery and Queeiisware, Harness and Saddlery,
Hardware, Wagons and Farm Implements.
MOWN & CAVE,
Oeneral Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights.
Wagonmaking and repairing of all kinds done
promptly. SpecIsltT made of neat horseshoeincr.
M. II 1 1.(1 E, I'rop.
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Buns, Etc.
Constantly on hand.
FULL LINE OF CONFECTIONS.
My prices are the Lowest In Town and I respect
fully solicit a share of the public patronage.
L. W. Bllnn.Oen'l Manager.. .Los Anceles, Cal.
P. Corpiteln Tempe, Ariz.
Lath, Shakes, Shingles, Doors,
Hair, Lime and
Telephonn Cninraiinlratlnn : : : : :
: : : : : with I'linonlx nnd Mesa city.
J. D. Bethune. P. B. MeCabe.
BETHUNE & McCABE,
ATTORNEY8 AND COUN- O O O
O O O O 8ELLORS AT LAW,
Special attention given to water and mining
Where you can pet
pieaeant Meep. Choice wines liquors and ciam at the bar
in connection with the hotel.
Only Hotel in Temps That lias Sample Rooms.
SMITH & POWELL, Prop's.
Tempe - - - - Arizona.
J. H. ROOT,
Big stock of all staple goos. Stall, nerr aid srhool supplies. Watrhcs, clocks, specks and
jewelry. A nice lli.e of oimls to set. Cumeandsee.
STAPLE I FAMY GEOCEEIES
The leading Grocery house In Tempe.
Pioneer Meat Market
A. BERKENKAMP, Proprietor.
Choice Steaks, Roasts,
Head Cheese, uatages of nil kinds. rrtsd meats, game and poultry In seaon
Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor,
Cor. Third and Mill Ave.
Rooms to Let at Reasonable Rates '
M. HOETON, Proprietor.
IJKN UOLDMAN, Vice-President.
DR. K. C. HYDE,
Crown and Itildee Work a Specialty.
v Fourth 8trcct. Wes;of Tempo Hotel.
Under Highland ranal. f J ff
Write to N. U'KHT, iDI-UU
lempe, Ariz, '' "
Boot and Shoe Maker.
All work handmade and guaranteed.
Krpalrlnc a Specialty.
WILLIAM SELLER, Prop.
All orders filled promptly and first-class work
done at reasonable prices.
Mill Avenue - - Tempe.
The Bank of Tempe
Paid-up Capital, $50,000.
General Hanking Rueineps Transacted
Agents for the best Fire Insurance Companies
in the v.-orld.
P. P. Daggs. Prest. W. .. Daggs, Vicc-Prest
W. li. Van Horn. Cashier
Exchange Drawn on Ban Francisco, Chicago,
new ror ana Europe.
Interest raid on Time Deposits.
fonietliinu good to eat and drink and a
Goods delivered free to any part of the City,
juauuaca, the experienced cutter, always in
PJCKIIT WILDJIAS, Secretary.
.'. CHEAP ...
For ClMslHed AdTerUtsas...
Under all Heading,,
CENTS PER LINE
AOKNTO.-dAI.ARY ANU COMMssm
llesi Kraieri.al Order. A.-".. .T9.
both Life and Endowment Clan-es biii'ly .
in every respect. SomellMrlctAserui ,5?
L rarochaiiee. Address KISCi A to i1
Uliare. New York "" lu
T7OR REST Two nice cool shady fnrili v ,
r rooms for rent in a brkk house Iuo , i'1.
Dr. Norton.lC3, Center 8t ""U'reof
FOR REST-i;icaMnt furnished room. i
rent at half Trie: also i.,., , ."
ouice. Ensor Institute. GUson block l
and Sale Stable,
STURGES & WALTERS, Proprietors.
Successors, to J. h Gant.
Special Atlenlion Gireo lo Boarding StocL
Calls answered promptly.
Pima Street, South of Mills Houst
In the City
Cool soda with pure syrup and shaved lee.
Krerj thine Neat and Clean.
jVroliItootH uiul ltulllei.
HUNT & OSWALD,
Contractors & Builders
First and Buchanan Sts. Oppose- ante
X,imcli nutl AVlno Itooins.
New York 400"
OH AS. SAI.AH1
Grand Avenue Junction. Phofuii,!
& 3d Washington St.
BEN BUTLER, Prop,
Rooms I, 2,3,
GILSON BLOCK, PHCENIX, ARUj
Treats all private and chronicle
eiises ana Uelorimties vrnii tun
wtiere cure is uo?Hiljle, itiso i J ""l
pt'cullar to tlio female tex, h.wM"1
exeliiNive exiierieuce in the l;tr?e li:
jiitals of the East, in the treating01
Female and Chronic Disuses.
he has a special treatment ''r,,lil
those life-deatrovina and painful l
ea.en, nnd can effect ncureiiiucorJ
BxiH and JSxvrcf
J, W. DEWITTS
Meets all trains and carries i"'
gem and bsccngo to ami ' "' ,
parts of the c tv All orh e "
ray ofllce will receive promp' eB
Offico with S. n. FrachmaD, Falare Cigar Sl
" " ' I II WMW. W. I ! P.II , I
Telephone No. 19.
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