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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1695.
Hardware. Ordinance No. 199. w " m rHARDWARRl A large stock oi Building Hardware, "Ranch Implements, Harness, Dash & Top Leather Edged Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. Washington Street, Opp. City Hall A VERY TOUGH CIRCUS. Conduct of the "Great" Wal lace Show People. One DeDuty Sheriff Shot Down In Indiana and One Assaulted In Oakland. From the Oakland Tribune. The disgraceful row that signalized the closing of the so called great Wal lace Bhows' performance in this city on Thursday night presents an even worse aspect as the tacts are more intimately known. It is now known beyond a doubt that the roughs employed by the concern defied the law officers of the county and precipitated a panic simply to uphold the hard reputation of the show that no sheriff can serve an offi cial document on an attache of the con cern and leave uninjured. In Greenville, Ind., a short time ago the "Great" Wallace shows added to an unenviable reputation bv resisting the sheriff of the county in his attempt to arrest one of the bunco steerers and short card men attached to the circus, who had fleeced a citizen. When the sheriff attempted to take his prisoner theorganized rumans fell upon him and in the panic that ensued, while women and children ran shrieking to the en trance, a shot racg out. One of the per formers had hred a bullet into the body of a deputy sheriff. A circus performer named Wilson pulled the trigger. When the officer fell bleeding in the surging crowd the sheriff rushed from the tent and hastily summoned a vigilance com niittee. When the outraged citizens surrounded the canvas and threatened to tear it down unless the assassin wee delivered up the ruffians yielded. The deputy sheriff recovered and the would-be murderer is now serving a term in the Indiana penitentiary. In Oakland the conditions were some what similar. Deputy Sheriffs Will Lane and Hugh Smith were attempting to serve an attachment on James 1., Andrew 5. and William J. Powers, who bad failed to liquidate a debt of $111.50 owed to Fay Butler of this city. It was in the middle of the performance and the officers quietly stepped forward to meet the rowers familv as they con' eluded their bicycle act. Scarcely had they made their appearance, however, when the uniformed thugs who were standing about pushed forward and fell upon them. lu an instant there was the most intense excitement. Women screamed, children howled and men cried out in alarm. Lane and Smith beaten and flung back, were about to draw their revolvers and begin firing, bat the thought that some innocent person would stop a bullet in the wild excitement, stayed their hand,. They made desperate efforts to reach one of the Powers family and just as it looked as if they would break through the crowd of roughs one Of . the gang, all of whom had stakes " and clubs, struck Deputy Smith a fearful blow on the head and darted away under the canvas. Smith fell bleeding at the feet of his associate and the roughs scat tered. The injured man was hurriedly conveyed to his home. He is able to move about, but is still suffering from the effects of the terrible beating. The Wallace show struck their canvas and hurriedly left town. An attempt will be made to serve the writ in San Fran cisco next month, and it will be seen whether or not the sure-thing gamblers, thugs and hired ruffians who form the combination, and make it their boast that no law officer can Btay their law lessness, will defy the authorities of the metropolis. The "Great" Wallace show will be in the state for some time yet, and it would be a wise precaution on the part of officials to keep an eye on the combination. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between Frank B. Moss and W. J. Stenlake, under the firm nams of Moss & Sten lake has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts will be collected by W. J. Kingsbury and ap plied to the immediate payment of the firm's debts. F. B. Moss, W. G. Stenlake. Lost, Sunday last, in Churchill addi tion, or between courthouse and Phoe-. nix park, one dogcart seat cushion, cor duroy covered. Finder please notify pity marshal. Granting to Lincoln Fowler, his heirs or assigns, the righ ; of way to lay t acks on Van Buren st eet aud Woodland avenue, in the City of Phoenix The common council of the City of phoenix do ordain at follows: Section 1. That Lincoln Fowler, his heirs or assigns, are ht reby granted for a period of fifty (50) years the right of way, privilege and fran chise, to lay, construct, maintain and operate, track, sidetrack, switches, turnouts, turntables, telegraph and telephone lines, aud such struct ures .or appliances as may be necessary for the operation of a standard guage railroad to beooe rated by horse.ele cttic or Eteam power over and along Van Buren street and Woodland avenue, from the center of Seventh avenue westward to city limits. Sec. 2. That the said line of railway may con sist of a ksngle or double track or both. The rails shall be of steel, and of the style or pattern known as the "1" rail. They shall be laid in the b?st approved man ner and shall be flush or level with the grade of the street as established, and laid in such a manner as to offer little or no obstruction to th i crossing of carriages or other vehicles; and whiie crossing the tracks of other railways, the rails of each shall be altered or cut so as to permit the cars ol each to pass without ob struction. Sec. 3. Each track of said line or system of street railway, in case of double track, shall be placed as near each other as practicable for cars going in opposite directions to pass with safety; and in such case the center of the space be tween said tracks shall be the cenler line of the street. AU tracks may be constructed with twitches or turnouts necessary to the full equipment of the same: provided, that no (witch or turnout shall be placed pn any of said streets at any point nearer the curb line of the street than the point where the outer line of the rail of a double track might be placed under this ordinance. The said track or tracks shall be not less than three nor more than five feet netween the rails thereof. That before any of thi street railway tracks be laid, all injury or damage sustained thereby to property abutting on said streets or public places, upon which said tracks are to be laid, shall be ascertained and compensated for by said grantee or his heirs, successors or assigns in the manner and as provided by law All telegraph and electric line poles to be of sufficient Bite and strength to cairy all wiring, and in the erection of said poles on the streets, the same are to be placed under the supervision of the city council. That the space between the rails and two feet each side thereof shall be kept by the grantee in as good condition as the balance of the street and at his own expense. And in case of the paving of said streets, all paving within the space heretofore specified, is to be done at the expense of the grantee. This ordinance is granted subject to the con ditions of ordinance No. 100, governing the construction of street railways in the city of Phoenix, and all existing and subsequent or dinances. Sec. 4. That this franchise and light of way is granted upon tbe express condition that Lincoln Fowler, hie heirs or assigns, shall have constructed under this franchise and in eon nection therewith, eight miles of track, and operate same bv nropelling carB over same -before July 1, 1896. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publ ication according to law. and the grantee shall pay the cost of said publication. Passed by the common coui cil of the city of Phoenix, this 80th day of July, 1895. Approved this 30th day of July, UW5. seal ' R. L. ROSSON, Attest: T. A. Jobs, Mayor. City Re"order. Date of first publication Sept. 5, 1895 Free to All. This evening in Murrav's show win dow can be seen the novel Bight of a Hungarian candymaker who has earned a wide-spread reparation in his art, openly displaying his ability to Batmv the most fastidious of our candy-loving citizens. Notice to Pupils. All pupils that were in the second grade last year, residing north of Adams street and west of First street, will go to tbe school at Five Points on Mondav morning. Those of the same grade liv ing south of Adams and west of Second street will go to the West End building Those living east of First etreet. north of Adams, and east of Second Btreet south of Adams, will go to the East .had building. First grade pupils will report at the buildings in which they attended school last year and a reor ganization will be made on Monday and Tuesday. All other grades will report for work at the buildings and in the grades of last year. W. B. Ckkaqkr, Supt. FALL TERM OF-i The Lamson Academy and Business College, Of Phoenix, Arizona Opens Monday Sep tember 3, 1895. Students who board at the Coliege and spend Saturday arid Sunday at uoine can ooiam special raxes on Doara. Eastern Prices Beaten. 8s ve Commission by ordering direct from SAN FRANCISCO Pioneer Sereen Works JOHN W. QCICK, Prop. Improved Facilities! Finest Work! Lowest Prices! Perforated sheet metals, steel. Russia iron, American planish, zinc, copper and brass screens for all uses. MINING SCREENS A SPECIALTY. 231 and 223 First St., San Francisco Cal. 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