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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY II, lo93.
5emp ' Departiei7t.
for tho Contest.
Tho Game will Tako Place
nix If tho Expenses of
Both Clubs Are Guaranteed.
The Strinctown boys of the south
eide will bo down today with forfeit
money for the match with tho Tucson
baseball club. Leo Dunn, manager of
the Stringtown nine, says tho game
will bo played aome time near the first
of August. The original challenge was
to play early in September, but iteeeraB
the Tucson boys aro in haste to have
the game- at an early date. The String
town boys are nearly all working at
present in the hay harvest and are in
poor training for an immediate game
but say their challenge of $500 means
to any club in the territory
The game will be played in Phoenix
if sufliciont guarantee ia given for the
expenses of both tho visiting clubs
during the three days meet, otherwise
they will play at Tucson.
None but local players will bo al
lowed to take part in the game between
the Stringtown and Tucson. Lists of
fourteen players from either port will
be exchanged and all importations will
bo ruled out. The betting money (and
there is plenty of it) will be placed on
the home nine and no one from the out
side need fear but that he can get action
on hia money in quantities to tuit the
Charlie Starr, of tho Greeory house,
went to Pluenix yesterday morning and
returned by the evening train.
P. B. McCabo Kent out on Sunday
night on a business trip to Sentinel and
will take in Tucson beloie returning.
"Work at tho cactus factory progresses
steadily and the machinery, will soon
all be in place to begin the manufac
ture of furniture.
Sirs. It. G. Andro and her little
daughter Ilelma went to Phcenix yes
terday and took the excursion train
from that place for the coast.
Lon Forsee, Charlie Taylor, Boone
Lewis and family and Jim Goodwin
were among the number who went out
from Tempo last eeninc for tho
Quito a heavy shipment of grapes
goes out each evening from this point
to Denver, Pueblo and points on the
Southern Pacific. Tho fruit on the
South Side this year is almost perfect
in quality, while the yield is heavy.
Eiclit members of theTempe Gun club
weroout shooting yesterday evening.
Somo of the new traps are a little
erratic in the manner in which they
discharge the birds, and the boys aro
not very well on to shooting from un
One of the militia boys created a sen
sation of short duration in Sonora town
Sunday evening, but superior numbers
prevailed and the gallant little soldier
returned to town minus a bayonet.
Several of his YaquI and Mexican as
eailants were punctured in the aflray.
A Mexican woman who has acted
rather (lingular for the past week was
taken into custody Sunday and sent to
Pluenix yesterday. She has for some
time been sleeping in the wagon load
near Hayden'n mill and spent tho day
usually begging. She talks principally
about restaurants and swimming baths,
both institutions of which she evidently
has but little know ledge.
Thcso plants possess a special inter
est, inasmuch ns they present us with
what is ono of tho earliest and most
rudimentary kind of flower. Like all
the lower kinds of flowering plants
they bear two sorts, the so-called male
nnd female flowers. Now when one of
thcso flow ers aro examined, says Long
man's Magazine, one might well feel
surprised, if unprepared for what pre
sents itself. Both kinds are, as might
be expected, of the simplest form, tho
male flower consisting merely of sta
mens bearing pollen sacs.
"When one of these stamens is in
spected it is so en to ho but an ordinary
leaf modified; nay, more, the pollen
sacs (born on the back surface like the
"fern seed" on tho fern leaf) are obvi
ously but the llttlo sporo cases of the
cryptogams; yet, further, wcopen one of
them, and tho pollen grains themselves
proves to bo but tho littlo spores
of tho lower plants. The whole flower
is, in fact, nothing but tho modified
spore-bearing leaf of tho higher crypto
gram1?. The female flowers on close
examination prove similarly to be but
spore-bearing leaves also modified,
though in a different direction. What,
then, has happened? Very little, in
point of fact, though much in point of
significance. Tho sporo which pro
duced tho little plant requiring fer
tilization (which latter wo observed
growing smaller and smaller) simply
now no longer falls off, but remains at
tached to the parent leaf and awaits
tho pollen that is carried to it by tho
wind; all that previously took place in
tho marsh below now takes place in
bitu in the production of tho seed. That
is the whole plan in brief.
Tho great end which nature accom
plished when she evolved tho first
flowers was simply to enable cross-fertilization
to tako place without the aid
of water. This was the feat which
revolutionized tho vegetable world.
Tho flowering plants were at last and
henceforth independent of aquatic con
ditions; they took full possession of tho
JULY 11. 1893.
land, and the other forms, dependent
on water for fertilization, began slowly
but surely to give way before them.
Tho sibilants in the language in the
northwestern tribes cannot fail to be
noticed by tho traveler in Washington
and British Columbia, although their
speech is described ns "a choice and a,
splutter." The Indian names of places
that are still preserved there are full
of hisses and s's. Examples: Squal
lyamish, Spatsum, Spuzzum, Scuzzy,
Snohomish, Similkamccn, Sumass,
Swcltcha, Skomckan, Hyoskwahaloos,
Squlm, Swinomisli, Skagit, Samamish,
Snoqualmie and Snokomish.
GOT EVEN WITH HIS WIFE.
A Husband Who Called Iu n Phrenologist
to Stop l'rnetlcill Joking.
He had been frequently the victim of
Iris wife's practical jokes, says the De
troit Free Press. He was troubled
most by a neighbor who was called in
to tell fortunes with tho cards and at
tho wife's previous suggestion always
got the laugh on him by recalling some
alleged incident of his past life that
never occurred, seeing somo blonde
woman near him that was going to
cause futuro trouble, or having him
tangled up in a scrape which ho would
bo the last man to encounter. The
other day he found a peregrinating
phrenologist on the street. He, asked
the old fraud to the house and told him
on tho way up that he had a good look
lug servant girl at his house who was
a jewel in her proper capacity, but a
good many things had been missed
from the house since she came there,
and while he could prove nothing ho
suspected the woman. When they
reached the house the wife was called
in nnd the bump interpreter was set to
work without the preliminary of an in
troduction. He thought he knew the
lay of the land and proceeded accord
ingly. "This woman," ho said, "has keen
perceptions. Sho is shrewd, but some
what after the manner of a fox. She
has a grasping disposition and covets
everything pretty that she sees. If I
owned this property I would keep ray
spoons and other silver locked up. I
would leave no money lying around,'
and as for jewelry "
But there was a sudden breaking up
of tho seance. "John, who is this
horrid man? Laughing at him, are you?
Get out of here, you miserable old
cheat, you you puppy, leave this house
before I have you kicked out. I 11
But he was gone on a dead run, and
when tlio husband could regain his
breath it was definitely arranged that
the days of his persecution were over.
The Wildman, Peters, Goldman Co.
are making special inducements to far
mers on their now Buckeye mowers
and Jackson rakes and stackers.
Go to Burchard's and get cooled by
the electric fans while eating the best
meal in Tempo.
It is gratifying to K. Ganz that the
people of the South Side appreciate
ins efforts in keeping the only exclusive
liquor house in Tempe, where the fam
ily trade is solicited. He keeps the
finest goods in that line that can be
found anywhere, and parties desiring
anything in his Hno will do well by cal
ling on him. He is also agent for the
Pabst Brewing Co., beer of Milwaukee,
the only beer sold in tho World's Fair
E. Ganz has just received a large
chipment of the celebrated Manitou
Mineral AVater, tho only mineral water
told here, and also tho Manitou Gincer
Champagne, one of the nicest summer
beverages known. This is the first time
it has ever been sold in Tempe. All
goods) are delivered free.
Half a car of Mason's whito flint class
fruit jars has junt arrived for the Wild-man-Peters-Goldman
Co in vo by Mail
Leavenworth Business College.
We will give a thorough course of Instruction
In double nnd Jingle entry Bookkeeping and
Commercial Arltnmctlc by mall FREE OF
CH AROK to a limited number of persons. This
course will be completid In forty le'sous. No
cnargo lor diplomas.
PROF. F.J. VANDERBERCJ, PRES.,
302, 30 1 and 30G, Delaware St.. leiTcnwortb, Kan.
TiiQ Celebrated Frencfj (iftire,
Is Sold ox a
to euro any form
of nervous diieaso
or any disorder of
mo generative or
gans of elthcrsex,
BEFORE nseot Stimulants, AFTER
tlon, overindulgence Ac .such as Loss of Drati
Poncr, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains In the
Uck.Scmlnal Weakness, HystcrM, Nervous Pro
tratlon. Nocturnal Emissions, Lcucorrha'a, DIj
tlness, Weak Memory, Loss of l'ower and impo
tency, which 1 f neglected of ten lead to prematun
old ago and Insanity. Prlco 11.00 a box, 6boiei
fur JaCO. tent by mall onreeclptof price
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given fot
every JiOOorderrcccived, to refund the money il
n Permanent euro is not effected. We hata
thouaudsot testimonials from old and young,
of both poxes. whohare been permanently curtd
by thousoof Aphroditlno. Clrcularfree. Addrtsi
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch. Box 27. Pobtland. Or.
For Sale by O. n. kkkfek, I)mseit,
Phcenix Arlton P. O. Box 299.
Farmers k Merchants Bank
Of Tempe, Arizona.
The Leading Bank of the South Side.
Capital Paid Up. 838,000.
BenJ. Goldman, Perry Wildman,
K. Q. Franlenberg, Niels Peterson,
F. O. Dodson, MonsElllngson.
E. Q. Frankcnbcrg, President,
Ben, Goldman, Vice-President,
F. Q. Dodson, Cashier.
Transact a General and Strictly Legiti
mate ltanklnc Ilnstness.
Baggage, Express and Freight Delivery,
OFFICE AT GREGORY'S HOTEL.
Meets all trains and call any one who wishes to
no awakened In the morning
DR. CHAB. H. JONES. TEMPE. A. T. OF
flee, at Helneman &. GUI building.
Office hours 8 to 9 a. m., 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
All Work Hand Made and Guaranteed.
Call and Examine my Stock - - -....
Before Buying Elsewhere.
8CHCKEMAN SINOLKTAJtr, Props.
FINE TURNOUTS A SPECIALTY.
Best attention given boarding stock. . . .
. . . Headquarters for Commercial Men.
WILLIAM SELLER, Prop.
AH orders filled promptly and first-class work
done at reasonable prices.
Mill Avenue - - Tempe.
Business Men of Ttmpe and Arizona!
We again remind you of the fact that
la prepared ti, turn out on tho shortest
notlee the Ilest and Cheapest work
oyer put up In Arizona.
We flcknowiege no Rivals,
tyecognlze no Competition,
Second Fiddle to no Combination.
For Commercial Printing,
For Blank Work,
For Book Work,
For Anything Printed,
The "Republican" Job Office,
DR. E. O. HYDE,
Crown anil Ilildgo Work Specialty.
Fourth Street. Wes', of Tempo Hotel.
Adapted for Commercial Travelers.
Flna Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
C. 1). MUKPI1V. Proprietor.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
All work handmade and guaranteed.
Ilepalrlntr a Specialty.
Tk Bail of Tempe
Paid-up Capital, $50,000.
General Banking Business Transacted
Agents for the best Fire Insurance Companies
In the world.
P. P. Daggs, Prest. W. A. Daggs.Vicc-Frest
w.l,. van Horn, uasmer
Exchange Drawn on San Francisco, Chicago,
New Yore and Europe.
Interest I'alil on Time Deposits.
BROWN & CAVE,
General Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights.
Wagonmaklng and repairing of all kinds done
promptly. Specialty made of neat horseshoeing.
.11. IIILOK, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Buns, Etc.
Constantly on hand.
I'UI.I. T.IXK OF CONFECTIONS.
My prices are the Lowest In Town and I respect
fully solicit a share of tho public patronage.
J. D. Bethune. P. B. JfcCabe.
BETHUNE & McOABE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUN- O O O
O O O O QELLOB8 AT LAW,
Special attention given to water and mining
Where you can Ret poiuething good to eat and drink and a
pleasant sleep. Choice wines liquors and cigars at the bar
in connection with tho hotel.
Ooly Hotel in Tempe That lias Sample Rooms,
SMITH & POWELL, Prop's.
Tempe - - - - Arizona.
FOR PRICKLY HEAT, CHAPPED HANDS,
SUNBURN OR SCALD. . .
Having been troubled with 1
I with nrlcklv heat, bx
bottile, only ii cents Directions Vah the
J. H. ROOT,
STAPLE FAJMY GKOCEKIES
Tho leading Grocery house in Tempe.
Pioneer Meat Market
A. BERKENKAMP, Proprietor.
Choice Steaks, Roasts,
Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor,
CofuThird and Mill Ave.
Rooms to Let at Reasonable Rates.
Sisters Academy or the Sacred Bearl
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
English, French, Spanish, Painting, Drawing.
Music, embroidery, etc., taught. Termi
reasonable. Address, MOTHEK SUPERIOR,
HO MILES SHSRItSr QUICKlSTS.Jt?Tl
SHORTEST TO f-"1 4nd Out ' 1 SHORTEST T0I
JACKSOWULHAV VESnlirZZgg NLW ORLEANS
Queen & Crescent
SOLID VE3TIBULED TKAINB.
.cw Orleans to Cinsinniti, 91 Miles Shitcit
Making Direct Connections Fop All
Points north and east.
SJ-PuHman Palace Cars through without
change Tia Chattanooga to New York. Only one
change of cars to theprlnclpal points in Georgia
Virginia, North and Scuth Carolina and Atlan
rTlcket offioe,91 Bt. Charles Street, New
Orleam, La. T. JONES, T. P. A.,
KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPO
CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, ST.
I'AUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Dlnlng Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep
lngCars, Reclining Chair Cars (seats Free.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
Atlantic Coast !
THE J1EST LINE FOIt
New York, Boston,
Niagara, Falls, Pittsburgh,
AND EASTERN POINTS.
For Full information, address
H. C. ORR,
Ats't Qen'l. PaMenger Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
Pirn rlmrnMnir T.lrnnnori nn tMi nna.h.lf nlnt
parts clean and apply night and morning.
Goods delivered free to any part of the City.
Week S5.00; By the Month S20.00.
and Sale Stable,
STURGES & WALTERS, Proprietor.
Successors, to J. L Oant. '
Special Attention Giren to Boding stock.
Calls answered promptly.
Pima Street. South of Mills House.
has refitted hi, ir.
has now the
the only ones In the territory and the flu..,
readyto walton jou. 'wIl
yff r.' .
Lunch anil "Wlno Itoom
"New York 400"
OH AS. SAIiAKI
Grand Avenue Junction. I'licenix,
28 & 30 Washington St.
BEN BUTLER, Piop.
'""" ana ExprcMM.
J, W. DEWHTS
Meets all trains and carri rt'sen
gcrs and baggage to ani fr.ntu
parts or the city All orimklut
my office will receive prompt svn
Office with S. U. Drachman, Palace Cigar St;
Telephone No. 19,
Florence and Casa Grande Stage.
ouiKe ieaTes uasa uranoe at "a a., etch
luuiuiiig.BiTiTciai Florence at 11 J0s.m.
.Returning leaves Florence at 1 30 p m . ir
Makesconnectlon at Florence wl h staeeloi
juuu. iui line lBnity miles nearer wow
hihu u; vi.ici 11UC.
DREW, STEVENS &. CO,
"EL PASO ROUTE'
Texas and Pacific
Tho Great Popular Route Betwee:
Short line to NEW ORLEANS. KANSAS CITT
uuiUAUU, BT. LOUIS, NEW YORK !
WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the
north, east and southeast. Pl'LL
MAN BUFFET SLEEPING
CARS and solid trains
from Kl Paso to
DiIIm, Frt Worth, .Ye Orlt!, iltmfbls icj U 1 j
FAST TIME AND 8URE CONNECTIONS
Sreo that vnnr MnVn,. mA T .
Paoltie Railway. For mans, tlmn thi. u
rates and .11 required Information, ca jj r I
nuurcbs nuv oi meucJtct agents.
B. F. DARBYSMIRE.
Gen. Azt E! Paso. Teiu
uenrass. and Ticket Agt.. Dallas Tei
Columbia iron Foundry !
Mnnufacturerera of Mill, Minu
Tunming and Hoistinc; M
inery, Building Fronts and rcb-
tectural Iron Work, Etc.
San Fernando St., near Main.
Los Angeles, ... Cil
Manufscturers of Mill, Slining, Pes?
In? and HnfBtlni. U..hln.r. Oil 3"
Well Itoring Rigs and Tools, sh!
Pulleys, Gearing and Ilangem. K?
Broilers, Ovens, Jacket KetHWiS
xiuuuing fronts ana Arcmieciur'",,.
Work, Gang Plows, Scrapers. Lan? T
ers. Plow Extras, Boilers and EntW
. Sole Agents for Atlas Engine W
Boilers and Eneines. Worthies'?1,
Btcam Pumps, Otis Bros' Saletr.
draullcand Steam Passengeranarn"
Your Custom Solicited.
950-966 Buena Vista St., LosA1 I