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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: & UN DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894.
HISTORIC OLD IRONSIDES. How She Escaped When Pursued by Seven British AYarshjps. The Constitution, or Old Ironsides, as she is familiarly known, is the most famous of all the wooden ships that we uave preserved, says a writer in Har per's Young People. Time and agpain did she vanquish the English ships in the war of 1SI2, ar.d proud were the people of her captures. Probably the most thrilling' incident of her career was her escape troin seven English men-of-war after an exciting chase of nearly three days and nights. The chase began on July 17, 1812. The Con stitution was out for a long cruise, and was weighed down with stores. The sea was calm and no wind was stirring. Capt. Hull put out his men in boats to to tow the ship. They pulled valiantly, and as night came on the "kedge" anchor was run out half a mile ahead. The crew on the ship kept pulling on this, and the Uritishers didn't discover for a long time the secret. Finally the English saw it, and adopted the same tactics, and by doubling up their crews began to pull their famous ship Shannon near to the Constitution. A light breeze sprang up and saved the American ship for the time. There was a calm the next day, and the agonizing struggle went on. The next night another light breeze came up and the tired sailors obtained a little sleep. The next day there came a sharp breeze after many hours of struggle. The Constitution trimmed her sails to catch it, the boats dropped back and the men were caught up as the ship gathered headway. The Guer nere, of the English- fleet, came abeam as the wind freshened and fired a broadside, but the shots fell short, and the Constitution's men ignored them and calmly ent about straightening up thwir vessel as if they had just left port and such a tliiDg as an enemy was unheard of. As long as the Constitu-! tion can be kept together she will probably be seen at Portsmouth, N. H. , where she is now doing duty as a re ceiving ship. Our old ships have al wa3rs been proud, and it has amused some of the thoughtless officials of other nations; but there was bravery in their pride and absolute courage that has always been the embodiment of that famous saying: "Don't give up the ship;" We frequently hear laments that the old soldiers are dropping away fast. I always share that feeling, but I also include in it those wooden ships of the navy scarred veterans most of them are, worthy of the abiding re membrance of a grateful people. THE NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. He Is the Jfobiest Ivpcies of the Whole Canine Kace. The Newfoundland dog takes his name from the island where he is sup posed to have originated. Many, how ever, believe that the Norsemen, who discovered America in the year 1000, in troduced this dog in Newfoundland. He is by some classified among the wolf-dogs, while others, on account of his large pendulous ears, say that he should not belong to this family, but that he and the St. Bernards should occupy a place by themselves. The Newfoundland, &ays Harper's Young People, since liis introduction in England, has improved in appear ance, and is now larger and heavier, la Newfoundland Labrador these dogs are used as leasts of burden, drawing consider !.1e loads of wood and provisions on t-lcdges. Their feet are partially webl.-od, and therefore they are most excellent water dogs. The scent is not strong, and as the dog is slow and clumsy, he is not valuable to the hunter, except as a retriever when speed is not required. In the island of Newfoundland this dog is almost totally black, but the English varieties are usually black and white. As a wateh-dog the Newfound land is only second to the mastiff. He is amiable to children and small dogs. Kept in confinement he often gets cross and ill-tempered, av.d flies at those for vhom he has previously shown the greatest regard. Where a dog cnunot be allowed to run, and must be chained up, the New foundland .should not be .kept. This dog is a great life-fcver, and by in stinct will jump ii.t o the water to save even an enemy from drowning. A DAY'S LESSON. Bend to the breeze, 'tis the lesson the grasses Teach us each dny in taeir lowly estate; Better to bend 'nc;it.a the storm as it passes Than to be broken by pitiless fate. Bend but a little. t?ie cloud will pass over, Then in the lull you can lift up your head. Straighten yourselves liUe the grass and.the clover; Better be bruised and be living, than dead. " Stand like a rock!" That may do for a hero. Covered with wail, and well used to his lance; But there are mortals, too many, as we know, Weakened by failure, coerced by a glance. " Never give up." It is er.sy to say it AVht n all yoix v.cap.');1:; in order are found; Course- tfrows f;u-i, whtu we need not dis play it, AIKiiii'be brEive when the lions are bound. NcLhinu succeeds lilie success," that is cer tntii. Tri;- :is the t'csp.i in these hitter days; Put out the f'.i(.::;Lts, and riii down the cm::iiii. If ymi have nothing that people must praise. Bend to the breeze. 'Tis the lesson the STasses Toiicti us to-day; 't.Js ! lessen of love; Bond til; th.- slurs.! of fh-i -it.- ivrsses. And the k'litiJ Nus.ii'iiv i iwv more above. Clara Li. HiNiUi, m Cuod llouskecping. Bnttline Works. THE Itaii Bpttlinj Works IS at all times ready to supply famines or sociables with Soda ater of anv flavor; also Champagne, Cider, Sursapaiilla and Iiod, Ginger 41e. etc. The Best of Table Mineral Water Constantly ou Hand. F. H. TJTHMFIEK. JJruics. Lund the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phoenix, Ariz. NEW STORE. FRESH DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. Hotels. 40 Elegantly Furnished ROOMS! 40 First-Class Table In Connection, WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors. COK. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. Cigars. I THE SILVER J CHAMPION pi CIGAR SOLD f BY A. COHN & BRO., ISTHE FAVORITE IN I PHCENIX. Saloon. W. A. RING, Prop. Takes special pride in the quality of his Pepper's whiBity and sets out the coolest and freshest glas ol draught beer in the city at Port fa fVPrivate rooms and special " V'Gll to. entrance for ladies. The Palace, SCS. 1 B!RSCEFELD,Prop. Imported and Domestic WKES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHOINIX. AR'ZONA. Ilalrdresslug. Mrs. N. H. Dettmer, OF DENVER. Hairdressing Chiropody Manicuring. Imperial Toilet Articles, Manu facturer of all bair Goods. Dressing Hair 25c to 35c Shampooing ,.25c to 50c Curling Short Hair...-. 25c Cutting Short Hair 25c Cutting liangg 15c Curling Bane 1 5c Cutting aucl Curling 25c Singeiug 25c 231 E. WASHINGTON ST. GREGORY HOCSM BLOCK. Gardens. A pleasant place to spend an hour of a warm evening in social converse with a friend. COUL DRAUGHT IJKEK serv d by the measure. Orchestra music every 111 gtlt. UKKMO LCJNCU. BEN DETTMER, MGR. lilvery. Chas. W. Stevens Cor. First & Adams Sts., LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE, Good Turnouts on short notice at all hours ol the day and night. Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses. Rpecialattention to boardlnehorses. Hack Stand, Conn Bro. Cigar Store, Telephone. 25: R-I.P.A-N-S T ABU LES REGULATE THE .STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PCRIFY THE BLOOD. Ripans Tahules are the best medicine known ior Indigestion, Biliousness, Head ache, Constipation, Dygpepi-ia, Chronic Liver Troubles, Dizziness. Bad Complexion Dysentery, Olfonsive Breath, and all dis orders of the Stomach, Liver and Boweis. Kipaus Tabules contain nothinc injurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleahtuit to take, 6fe, eiiectual and give immediate relief. Price 50 een cs per box. May be ordered throueh nearest druggist, or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address THK KIPASS CHEMICAL CO., l'j Spruce Street, New York City. For sale by 1R KEEFEK, Opera House Drugstore, Phcenix, Arizona. Five Pom S m GARDENS COLD 8TOKAGE. S. J.TRIBOlET'S MEAT MARKET lias the Only Cold Air Storage Hant in the Territory, Which is a treat avaniace in haviij eoa-i, wholesome meats No meat Is soil unless first keot from i'-ur t" six (Iht-i;istt jde- vve keep countuith' on hnd KEKfr", jiI,:TTON, HOSik, VK1 , SAVAKS i,i nil kinds. HAM, KAt'OlV, TRY, LEAF Bncl KK1TLE LAKH. l Calif..nii HKKSH F5SH, KAKTEKN 0STEIS, POIiLTKY, in fact everv and all arti K-6 in the meat line. II you are willing to buy for cash, you emi save moaey by tr'nding at i nnoitii .i -mid 116 and U7Ji.Wasfc.it, ('pp. City Hal!. FLdUR. When in Need of Don't fail to ask your r f l I Which is guaranteed to be equal to Kansas, Colorado or any other Family Flour now shipped in here. Patronize Home Industry. Capitol Mills, Phoenix, Arizona. meat LOOK HERE ! If you wish to buy your MEATS CHEAP, call at the Washington Market and get a book of Coupons worth $5 for $1.50, and you will save 10 per cent, by buying for cash. CHAS. KRAFT, 21 West Washington Street. J. A. LUTGERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, PORK, VEAL ASD POULTRY. ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. Orders Called For and Delivered. 142 West Washington Street. Postoffice Builliiiff. GROCEllLEM. Tip. mm 41 West Washington St., ii. . i Phoenix and Buckeye Stage ; POST NO BILLS J, 8. BASSETT, Prop, !' ,; ! leaves Phcenix Mondays and Tuesdays at 7:30 !i " a.m.: aniyes at Buckeye in twelve hours: I..., ,' leaves Buckeye Tuesdavs an p FOR CANDIDATE . StsStSSSf CARDS ' : ' - jj' . By tal-y from ; GO TO THE CliftoJ' 'UA nine !;.!:. . res' I RepuDiican ...... f w OFFICE. PRICES REASONABLE. -j f;iii- " 1 . . -. '. . .'. . .. V !! ' I I ! : i m i1 ; r . ,: ; ,r . to ' i" ii1 . i ' ', 1 ' '' 'j' twet i!' ,,,,.1::,,,..l;u.,:.1ill...,i.1,,(,!.1!:.;.,...,v ., ,;, ... a, ,.,.. .m,.,..;!....,,. ... ,( .4 viHeV ! ' -. :T" " " ' "' "!" ' ' V"'''' ""'''' '.. at B0 i ! M m i i mii I...H road. rt :,uv- vhv FOUNDRY THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. Southeast of Capitol Grounds. P. O. Box 458. S. J. TRIBOLET. Flour grocer for a sack cf in S MM i a it iv j rr. Wholesale and Betail- 1ani v Grroceries, Crockery, Queensware, Stoneware, and Glassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. PHCENIX, ARIZ. HDG-HBS & mm PiP!Ll3Fa Marlboro S6J Com: EngJ NBtj yeiJ LEAVES TL'CSON Wednesdays and Friduy LEAVES KOGAL at (i a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays. The fastfst staae line in the territory. Good horses and careful diiver. Bo lor While Hills Mining Camp I Trt-Weokly Stage Line. Through in one day; 8-paseenger, 4-horse horoughbrace waeon: chanee horses at Crnw ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kiiik man Holiday. Wednesday and'Friday at 7:30 a. ui.,aud arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day. Leaves White Hills CamD Tussdav. Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at King"- rare, ireientiic. Shortest and most direct rout! to rhp White Hiil6 mining carnp. Stage office at store the W . H. Tassart Mercantile company. Extra conveyances on application. UKOSS & CO., Prop's, Kinsman, Ariz. MESA AND GOLDFIELD STAGE LWE. W A. KIMBALU. Prop. Leaves Mesa every day excent Sundavat l p. m. Arrives at tjoianeia at 5 p. m. Leaves Goldiield everv dav pyrnt Vnmi.. .i 6 a.m. Arrives at Mesa at 9:45 a. m. NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK. CairieS nnssPnPrw. TMrfraerOH anH tmnnmnA tion mail This stage carries The Arizona Kenubllcan, the only daily paper that reaches the camp the same day puoiithed and contains the latest news and Associated Press dispatches. For advertising and news get The Arizona Re publican L. Fisher's Phoenix, TemLe and Mesa Citv Stage Line, making direct connections with the MORNING STAGES. I tra,if C"n a T n n .Oft L'v. Tempe 8 09 a. m. L'v. Tempe 3:30 p. m. Ar. Mesa 9:0i- a. m. Ar. Phoenix 5;00 p.m. EVENING STAGES. L'v. Phrenix 2:30 p. m. L'v. Mesa 6:00 a. m. L'v. lemon 4:00 p. m. L'v. Tempe 7:00 a. m. At. Mesa 5:00 p. m. Ar. Phcenix 8:30 a. m Connect with stages at Mesa for Goldiield, Flor ence and Globe. CARRY PASSENGERS iXD EXPRESS. Office at Mesa Print Store. Florence and Casa Grande Stage. Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7 a. m., each morning, arrive s at Florence at 11:30 a. m. Returning leaves Florence at 1:30 p.m., ar rive at Casa Grande at 6 p. m. Makesconnectioa at Florence wlih stasrefor Globe. This line is fifty miles nearer Globe than any other line. DREW, STEVENS & CO, Proprietors. Connecting wil rH.i iTfifld at Sic 1