l'U. A&lZ-OttA. JSj?UUCAMi WEDNESDAY A10HN1NG, JULY 18, 1691.
HE " LOUVRE "Garden and Cafe
First and Van Buren Streets,
Opened as a Family far
on July 4
Dranght Beer, Fancy and Mixed Drinks of every description,
Cold Lunches, Ice Cream, Meals of all descriptions cooked to order.
Private Dining Rooms in Connection with Gardens.
BEN H. DETTMER, Manager.
Citation of the Editor of The
The Hearing of the Matter Is Con
tinued Until Nine O'clock
T. J. Wolfley, editor of The Ee
pcblican, was arrested yesterday for
contempt of court. The alleged con
tempt was contained in an editorial
article in yesterday's iBeue of The
When court convened yesterday
morning Attorney Chalmers formally
called attention to the alleged con
temptuous article and read an affidavit
sworn to by Clerk Walker whereupon
the court issued an attachment for Mr.
Wolfley. The attachment wsb served
shortly before noon and the matter
was set for hearing at 2 o'clock.
At that time Mr. Wolfley accompanied
by his attorneys, Messrs. Kibbey and
Perry, appeared. When the case was
called Judge Kibbey asked for a few
minutes delay in which to produce an
answer to the complaint. The answer
had already been prepared and was
then being typewritten. Mr. Perry
suggested a continuance until 5 o'clock
but later it was decided to let the mat
ter go over until 9 o'clock this morning.
HE WANTS TO GET EVEN.
Mr. Sauer Has a Peculiar Semi
J. C. Sauer; late proprietor of the
Pbtenix Oil company, complains of the
informality of Phcjenix peace officers
and he relates an unusual experience
beginning last Saturday and culminat
ing on Monday night.
On Saturday he was transacting busi
ness at the National Bank: of Arizona.
Beside himself there was only one other
customer, a man named Reilly. who
had juat received from Cashier Hoadly
$200, a part of which was a $100 bill.
Mr. Reilly went out and almost im
mediately discovered the absence of the
$100 bill. He returned to the bank
thinking he might have drooped it on
the floor. . He was unable to find it and
connected its disappearance with the
only other occupant of the room, Mr.
Sauer, a stranger.
Sauer was unaware of the suspicion
in which he was held, until late on
Monday night, when Assistant Marshal
Wickham called on him at the Gregory
house and demanded that he come
with him to the Palace saloon for iden
tification, as a man who bad a $100 bill j
changedjthere. Though the officer was
without a warrant Sauer accompanied
him. Mr. Hoadley was waiting there
and on Sauer's arrival he asked a bar
tender if this was the man with the
bill. Sauer was promptly identified,
notwithstanding hia vehement aiser
tion that he had nevir baf jre been in
In the mean time an application was
made to Justice Johnstone for a war
rant for Sa'ier's arresr,, but because of
the cireum outory character of the
testimony against him both the justice
and district attorney declined to cause
it to be issued.
Her ethe unusual proceedings began.
He wa9 asked to put up a bond for hia
appearance Bomewhere yesterday morn
inj. He consented to do so, but was
unable to find a bondsman. It was
next S'ljjgestud that he put up $100 in
Mr. Haadley's hands, but he refused
to do so on the ground that he did not
On a table at the en
trance of our store we have
placed two (2) hundred
pairs of ladies fine Oxford
ties. We offer you any
pair in the lot for $1 50.
These Oxfords in this lot
are, worth as high as $3.00
and none are worth less
than $1.75. We show the
latest style in black and
H. L. CHiNDLER SHOE CO.
know him. However, he agreed to de
posit $100 with J. M. Gregory for his
appearance at the bank. He was then
permitted to go to his hotel. Yesterday
morning with hiB attorney J. M. Dam
ron he called at the bank. Mr. Rielly
whom he hadexpected to meet, had not
come, and Mr. Hoadley said that as it
waB a matter solely between Sauer and
Reilly he would take no farther part in
Nothing has been settled. Saner is
out a $10 attorney's fee and ia wonder
ing how he can even matters up for the
annoyance and loss he has sustained.
A Disturbed Condition of Affairs on
the South Side.
Linville addition and block 41 have
been in an unsettled state for the past
week. They have vied with Sacra
mento, Oakland, Chicago and other
strike centers in the matter of riot and
disturbance. There haa been an al
most continuous procession of residents
of the south side to the justices offices
and the police court. The air in that
locality has been thickened with fists,
clubs and riotous, blasphemous and
All day yesterday defendants in
separate trials for misdemeanors trod
on one another's heels on their way to
court. The first case before Justice
Johnstone was that of Angela Everetta,
a small store keeper whose patience
was sorely tried by a small boy who made
frequent and continuous attempts to re
turn a spool of thread from which some
of the thread had been taken. At last
she sent him away with a message to
his mother. The mother took the mes
sage to the court and Angela was
brought up with a short turn.
While this case was going on Deputy
Sheriff Frank Pro t hero brought in a de
tachment from block 41 who had been
fighting and reviling each other.
Soon after other contingents began
coming in to judgment and the court
in despair adjourned the whole busi
ness until today. With the aid of a
good night's sleep and an early start
the judge hopes to clarify some of the
atmosphere today without infringing
upon the eight hour law.
A SHOOTING ENCOUNTER.
W. E. Green Shoots Billy Mc
The Fate of an Employe who Mixed
up In the Domestic Affairs
of His Employer.
There was other blood than that of
slaughtered cattle and sheep at W. E.
Green's butcher shop on East Jefferson
street last night. It was the blood of
Billy McDonald, until yesteiday morn
ing an employe of Green's. The men
had been having trouble of a mixed
character, and McDonald was dis
charged. He spent the day in drink
ing, and about 8 o'clock yesterday
evening called at the butcher shop for
the purpose of collecting a small sum of
money which he said was due him.
He stood on the street outside the
shop and a brief quarrel was followed
by a shot from the inside. It cut
through the glass door and pierced Mc
Donald's right arm below the elbow.
Two other shots were fired in Buch a
rapid succession that McDonald was
unable to get out of the way.
Deputy Sheriff Billy Blankenship,
who had been talking to McDonald a
few minutes before, was within a half
block of the place, and reached the
shop just as Green had fired the third
shot and was coming out of the
shop evidently to take a better aim.-
The officer, though unarmed, ar
retted the shooter and disarmed
him. He also arrested McDonald
and took both to jail. The shoot
ing is said to have grown out oi
McDonald's attentions to Mrs. Green.
He is reported to have tried to embitter
her mind againBt her husband and had
tried to coax her to leave him.
Tom Kelly of Tempe, came in last
night to get a stock of beer.
R. Ryan, Tucson and Mrs. M. Young
of Chicago, are at the Lemon house.
H. D. Piatt of El Paso, was m town
yesterday lookiDg after Southern Pacific
Mrs. J. D. Monihon left last night for
Santa Barbara, where she will spend
Dale Kirkwood, a brother of Dr.
Kirkwood, left last night for his home
in Portland, Ore.
I. H. Pickens, a health seeker from
Los Angeles, who has been in Phoenix
for the paBt three months, left for home
last night much improved.
Commercial hotel guests vesterday
were J. N. Husted, Philadelphia; a".
M. Willis, Denver; L. W. Filkins, Lob
Angeles ; H. K. Goldberg, New York ;
H. D. Piatt, El Paso.
J. S. Johnston of Riverside, Cal.,
foreman for Chas. N. Walker the well
known fruit buyer and shipper, re
turned home last night having about
completed the packing and forwarding
of several carloads of fruit and boney
purchased by his employer some weeks
Death of Cal Williams.
C. W. Williams, known familiarly in
Phoenix as "Cal" died at 10 o'clock on
Monday morning at Wiggin's camp on
the Aqua Fria not far from Wicken
berg. He left Phtenix last Friday with
a friend for a few day's outing at the
camp. He was then in his usual health
and in fact until hiB death there was no
sign of ill health. Announcement of
his death reached here yesterday morn
ing and W. H. Smith & Co. sent a
hearee after the remains. The body
was brought, to the city last night.
The funeral will take place at 9 o'clock
this morning from Smith's undertaking
rooms at 448 W. Washington street.
Cal Williams was a kind father and
husband, a good neighbor and all his
acquaintances were his friends.
If you have not dropped into the
Dairy, formerly Nickel Plate, and tried
the cold melons, delicious pastry and
fruit ices, yon have not lived. The only
first-class white lunch counter in the
Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat.
Gillett is the best pantaloon cutter in
America. His summer pants are cheap
Parties desiring lots in the beautiful
Simms addition1: should apply to J.T.
Simma, Office Room 3 Monihon build
ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clocx.
If you want to keep cool thiB summer
get an electric fan from Pratt Bros.
Call and see them work.
Miss Nelson teaches piano, guitar,
mandolin or banjo; at the Vendome.
Why Is It So?
Why is the Simms addition bound to
be the favorite high class residence dis
trict of the new Phoenix?
Because it is just the right distance
Because it is laid out in lots, parks
and avenues upon a plan that has ev
erywhere proven a Buccess.
Because the perfect drainage, growing
shade, fertile soil and abundance of
water for drinking and irrigation all
point to that destiny.
Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat
and general surgery.
Persons thinking of building will find
it to their advantge to examine the
prices of cresting and sash weights
which are cast at the Standard Iron
Works, near the capitol grounds.
A meeting of the members of the
Maricopa county Republican (league)
club will be held at the City Hall on
Friday. July 20, at 7:30 p. m. for the
purpose of filling offices made vacant by
resignation, removal or death and for
the transaction of euch other business
as may properly come before the club.
Frank J. Peck, J. B. Woodward,
Steam Laundry, Center and Jackson.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday
the 25th day of July, I will tell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, at the corner of
Center and Washington streets, Phoenix, a cer
tain bay horse lett with me for pasturage by
one Frank Lunger and by him unclaimed.
J. A. CLAYION.
Marlborough School for Young Ladies,
S65 W. 23rd. St.. Los Angeles.
A select school for sixteen girls giving the
com forts of a refined home. Advanced work in
English, History, Literature, Art. Latin, etc.
Native teachers in modern languages. f.iOO per
year. Day pupils $100. For circulars address
. MRS. G. A. CASWELL. Principal.
The material prepared by the above named
society will be published for the four mouths
beginning with the Julv, 181)4 number, in the
Overland Monthly, Sun Francisco, Cal.. under
the caption of "Building a tttate in Apache
Land." Subscription price, $3 a year in ad
vance, or $1 for the four numbers.
CHAS. D. POSTON. President.
invites inspection, and tnat s especially
the case with our card which tells you
the proper place to purchase drugs and
medicines. They are the preservers of
health, and what effects your health is
of vital moment. Never be indifferent
about your medicines, but be sure that
they are carefully compounded by com
petent pharmacists. All our drugs are
pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre
scription compounded by us is correctly
and conscientiously prepared. Besides
drugs and medicines we also carry a
complete line of toilet articles and per
C. ESCHMAN & CO.
Do You Want
A Good Place to
Why Not Try
THE IF! GREEN
Adams Street, Between First and Center.
Mrs. A. Williamson, Prop
All persons having stock on pasture
at my place half mile north of Phoenix
muBt call for the same within ten days
and settle all pasturage bills or such
stock will be sold according to law.
J. T. Si-viis.
Phoenix, Ariz., July 15, 18'J4.
The Irvine Company.
Ice Cream Sold by the Quart or Gallon.
MRS. H. S. GORDON,
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
15.es taura t.
The Elmo Restaurant.
The new restaurant in the Byer building on
Jefferson street opposite city hall
Board $5.00 a Week, Meals 25c
The neatest, coolest, cosiest plaee to eat
in the city.
G. W. TUTT, Proprietor.
W. E. GREEN
Has opened a shop in the storeroom on Jeffer
son street, opposite the Dublin corral, where he
will sell meats cheaper than any shop iu town.
. .Look! ' look! Look!
Porterhouse Steaks, '. ; . . . . per lb. 10c
Sirloin Steak 3 lb for 2oc
Bound Steak, 4 lb. for :5c
Prime Kib Roast per lb. 8o
Rib Roast per lb. 5c
Bailing Meat ; .per lb. 3 to oc
OPPOSITE DUBLIN CORRAL,
The New Hardware Store TAAV fl D'CM
In the Fleming Block is 1UVV UrUiN,
We have laid in a brand new stock of
Shelf Hardware and
Kitchen Utensils, Farm Tools
and Mining Implements,
DAWSON & FISH,
' IS THE BEST.
FRENCH& ENAM ELiED CALF.
4 -5 so FlNECALf &KAK6AR01
3.5 P0LICE.3 Soles.
EXTRA FINE. u"
5k send for catalogue
w BROCKTON, MASS.
Von cao save money by purchasing W . L..
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoe in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
These celebrated shoes are for sale by
GODWIN &. AVERY
A FAIR LADY
Would be delighted to receive
a box of jewelry from our stock.
Lose no time in accepting this
smiling verdict of the fair, and
turning their longing desire for
possibility into fact.
Vantilburg & Davison,
Leading Phoenix Jewelers.
D. H. BUJRTIS.
Sole Agent For .
THE W LSON HEADER.
ALL STEEL DOUBLE GEARED.
The Jolmon Self Dump Steel Hay Rake.
MS. Hay Stacker and Back Rakes.
Come in and get prices before buying.
J. A. LUTGERDING & CO.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
MUTTON, PORK, TEAL AND POULTRY.
Ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers.
Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna.
Orders Called For an Delivered.
142 West Washington Street. Postoffice Building:.
DBY GOODS, MIL1JNEHY AND SHOES.
THE RACKET STORE
Has just received a fine line of
Late .maims i
Also an Old Ladies' Oxford.
A Full line of T AN HOSB for Children, Misses and Ladles.
A (Jem's Solid Shoe $1.25. Call early and see them. We have marked off the tariff.
ft ice. jj SBiw'ttH
(essler Grocery Co.
-Wholesale and Eetail-
41 West VaShin
Q ueons war e,
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
gton St., PHOENIX, ARIZ.
THE STANDARD IRON WORKS,
Southeast of Capitol Grounds.
P. O. Box 458.
PHCENIX CHOP HOUSE.
(Formerly French Restaurant.)
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
FreBh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at abort
notice. 26 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Next Door to Capitol Saloon.
The Palace Chop House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fresh Fish, Game and Oysters in Season. Everything New and Clean.
Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords.
In the Rooms of the IPalace Saloon.
Horseshoer, Wajronmaker, Gen I" Blacksmith
Grand Avenue at the Five Points.
All work First-Class. Every character of Blacksmithing and Wagonmaking received aud
turned out with dispatch. Have on hand a large and complete stock. Terms reasonable.
Give Me a Trial.
Lately of Tombstone, Arizona.
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