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THE ARIZONA REaPI7BlJlGJA3, EfiCENIX, MON A Y MORNING-, JTJ3LY -7. 1890.
THE REPUBLICAN POBLISHlKO COMPANY.
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Te Republican Iwllevci In strictly one
price (or advertising, and accordingly tt pub
llihes tti rates In lull, and exactly at they are.
Special position ads 25 per cent, extra.
Preferred Locals JO cent! per line tint
insertion, and 5 cents per line each subsequent
All Contracts and bills (or adrertlslng paya
Churches Well Attended
Jlev. Norton Preaches at the
Sermon of Rov. Rickerson upon the
Text, "Liberty Under Law;
Who Shall Bo Kinirr
The Methodist, Methodist South, Bap
tist and Catholic churches held services
yesterday. At the Methodist Church
South, on Center street, ltov. Fuller
preached morning and evening.
At the Washington Street Methodist
Church, Rev. N. F. Norton was greeted
by a largo audience of his old .par
ishioners. The fccrmon was upon tho
theme of "The Now or Go9pel Dispensa
tion compared witli the old or Mosaic
The old dispensation or God's dealing
with the. children of men under- the.
Mosaic dispensation may bo seen by.
carefully studying the history of the
children of Israel. Jacob, as ho was
fleeing from tho face of his offended
brother, as ho lay at night with a stone
for his pillow and tho canopy of Heaven
as his covering, had a vision and he saw
tho angels of God ascending and de
scending and ho there promised that if
God would lead him ho would' hence
forth servo him. And when in a fow
years he was returning to tho
land of his fathers, tho angel
of tho Lord again appeared
to him as he was praying for deliver
ance from his brother and ho wrestled
with tho angel until he- received the
promise that God would be witli
him ; then the angel changed his namo
from Jacob-to Israel. Tho history of
Jacob and his twelve sons, thoir sojourn
in Egypt and the deliverance of their
descendants from Egyptian bondage,
how the hand of God led them out of
Egypt through tho Red Sea and on to
Mt. Sinai, shows tho wonderful power
of God and his lovo to those who put
their trust in him. Tho law under the
Uld Dispensation was given amidst the
thunders of Mt. Sinai and caused the
people to tremble.
aiiu un ur guajnji ui 1110 jiuyv
dispeusalion was one of peace and good
will to man and made tho people re-
Ioico. Christ's kingdom is a peaceable
dngdoni. Those who trangressed tho
law of Moses were punished by tho
law. Those who transgress the law of
Christ arc under the displeasure of God
and unless they seek forgiveness in
Christ, according to His Word must be
banished from the face of God.
Moses was the mediator of tho
Old Covenant ; Christ of tho New.
UliKRTY UNDKK LAW.
At tho Baptist church Rov. Rickcrson
preached in the morning to a largo con
gregation. The subject was :
Liberty under law; who shall be
Text: 1 Samuel 8:10. "Nay, but wo
will have a king over us."
Samuel had been a wise and success
ful ruler over Israel. Ills wisdom, in
tegrity, unselfish devotion gave him an
influence probably greater than that of
any leader since the days of Moses. But
the people became, restive and clamored
for a change of government. They would
have a king, with all tho consequent
pride and display, like tho nations
around. They wounded tho heart of
their life-time servant, scorned tho
warnings faithfully given, and brought
upon themselves disaster. In their law.
provision was made, when demanded
by the people, for tho popular election
of a king; but ho was to rulo under
the supremo authority of Jehovah the
true idea of theocracy liberty under
law. freedom under wiso restraint.
The truth of universal adaptation is
this: True liberty is nover secured ex
cent by obedience to righteous law.
In our country we have largo and
growing classes nursing a feverish ambi
tion to change tho form of government.
They aro clamoring for a king.
One of tlieso kings is Capital. Tho
financial tendency of our times is towards
owerful corporationsrings, syndicates,
trusts, colossal private fortunes. Serious
harm has been done by sweeping asser
tions, ciuilo popular .opinions. Let us
temper our judgment with facts. There
is no law, civil or moral, to provent a
man, or a body of men, from getting
wealth by legitimate methods. Without
jKiwerful corporations great enterprises
would bo impossible. All corporations
are not soulless, and all rich men aro
not mercenary. On tho other hand, as
a rulo, the process of money-getting in
duces selfishness. Manv of these for
tunes aro built out of tho fuel and food
of tho poor. It is almost inevitable that
, tio corporation jawill thrive on tho
sacrifices of tliJ- laborer. It' will receive
at the hopper and gvo at the spigot. Ono
of tho living peril of tho hour is the
'"eager (sympathy wealth has for poverty.
hen raonoy is king and God has no
hand in tho crowning the earth will bo
a slave-pen and a charnal-house. An
,Olh,er,cIas8.would enthrone Labor. An
outcry, against all labor combinations is
unjust. Labor lias bitter evils to suffer,
burning wrongs to be redressed. Some
ol these may be modified by organiza
tion, prudent agitation and manly de
mands ; but when organized labor throt
tles the workman and provonts him
from making bread and fire for his fam
ily; when ft puts out the furnaces of
manufacture, stops the wheels of traffic,
destroys property, imperils life, it is
possessed of a devil more malignant
than any that enters into the shylocks
of capitol and corporations. The civil
remodyls liberty under tho stern re
strictions of wholcsomo law. For the
individual, freedom aa broad lis possible
in harmony with the rights and inter
ests of the masses. And, when reason
and tho ballot-box are no longer effect
ive, tho emphatic assertion of tho maj
esty of law; bayonets and bullets
for tho cnomv of human rights
and tho shedder of human blood,
when labor is king, with lawlessness for
primo minister, it will rule over a do
minion of starvation. When anarchy
mounts the throne, hell will be supreme.
The secret' of these growing disorders is
the demand lor fancied personal rights
without regard for the rights of others.
Look at tho liquor interests of this coun
try, mustering tho most formidable
commercial combinations known to
men, and destroying more property and
ruining more lives than war, famine nnd
pestilence. This curse cannot bo exter
minated now, but every sensible man
knows-it must bo controlled by strong
armed law. We have a right to differ
as to methods, but tho real question is,
can there bo any true liberty without
law? Hnve;thebrewur and distillorany
rights denied to tho grocer, baker and
The same luw holds good in the
church. What a mad outcry there is
against creeds, articles and confessions
any limitations of human faith 1 A
church without unity of faith would bo
a mob, and its work the work of a mob.
I permit no man to go beyond me in tho
advocacy and practice of Christian char
ity and courtesy, but I would mako that
liberality as broad as God's word never
and nowhere, broader, Tho true motto
of tho church today is charity broad
as tiio lovo of Christ, and fidelity to tho
word of God that sacrifices no inspired
The quickest returns fur the least money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
Wanted, Help Wanted, For Kent, For Sale,
To Let, To Lrchange, one cent a tcord each
insertion, or by the month at Jive centt per
line a day.
Lost Led by the owner at some place by the
owner where she called on Monday. May 19, a
black silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addle II, Klnsey." Finder will please leavo
the same at this ottlce.
It SALE-TWO KINK STEAM BOILERS.
,,.1a I. .Im... ....... II Innlrnu 1... fi .....
rated at 33 horse-power. The other is in good
condition, 41 inches by 12 feet, rated at SO horse
power. As I have no further use for these
boilers, they being too small (or my use, I oiler
them for sale complete at a rare targaln. They
may be seen at the I'htenlx Ice Works, east of
depot. PIEKRKPONT MINOR.
AKER & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
iaw. uruce: uver -National Hank.
HF. ROBINSON. SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and-neatly. Office with the Arltona
1LAKK HOWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in l'orter block, Phamlx, ;a, t.
-10 TO THE "FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
VJT shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
lug, hair singeing. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. QOMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
and Jefferson streets. Only house employing
lie help throughout. IIERRICK ALUHRiT,
II. li. ANDRE,
Saddle & Harness Maker
Defies all Comtetlon In quality of work or
prices. Makes harness that will outlast
two sets of foreign manufacture. The bust
Stock Saddles made In the Southwest, with
Honest Work, Good Leather and a Full Knowl
edge of tho Needs of Cattlemen.
JtOOT AND SI-IOTC MAKffiR,
TJEST FRENCH KID LADIES' 81IOES, HAND
D sewed, from S3tot7. Men's Best French
Calf Boots, hand sewed, from G to $12; pegged,
from (5 to 10. Fit guaranteed. Repairing of
all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop op
Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad.
In effect Juno 15, 1800.
LEAVE. To 5 ARRIVE.
& Freig't 1 STATION 8. & Frcig't
a. m. S 8 p. M.
4:00 Phcenlx 31 1:10
, Xm 7 ...., .Tempo 27 j.
J:10 18 ,..Kyreno 18 HS5a.ra.
5:W 27 ..(..Haeaton 7 1133a.m..
6M I at ..i. .Maricopa. . 11:00a.m.
'Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tempe with istages
for -Mesa City, Jonesvllle and Fort McDowell.
At I'htenlx 'with stages for, I'rescott, Glllctt,
Wickenbure and Vulture.
0. 8. MA8TEN, - Vlce-l'res. and Manager.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE FARMERS' IRRIGATION COMPANY.
Know all men by these presents, that we,
Daniel E. Keating, Horatio H. Wharton and
Cecil B. Ayrton, desiring to incorporate our
selves under the provisions of the laws of the
Territory of Arizona and especially an Act of
the Legislative Assembly thereof, entitled "An
Act Concerning Corporation-.," approved March
8th, 1S87, for the purpose of engaging in the en
terprise hereinafter described, do make, sub
scribe and acknowledge in tripllcato these Arti
cles of Incorporation, aud declare:
The name of this corporation and by which tt
shall hereafter be known Is "The Farmer's Irri
gation Company," and its principal place for
transacting its business shall be the City of
Phoinlx, comity of Maricopa, Territory of Ari
This corporation is organized for the purpose
of constructing, maintaining and operating
canals aud reservoirs In tho eountv of Mkrlcona.
Territory of Arizona, and to divert aud carry
water from tho Salt river for agricultural, hor-
..uuuunw, uumesuo aim manuiaciuring pur
poses; to buy, sell, deal and trade in lands, Im
proved or unimproved, and lu every kind of
property, and to take and hold securities there
on and upon any property whatever; to buy,
sell, deal and trade in water rights, shares in
water canals or In any and all corporations.
The time of the existence of this corporation
shall be fifty 50 years from and after the date
of Its Incorporation.
Tho affairs of this incorporation shall be con
ducted by a board of fceven directors who shall
be elected annually on the first day of May by
the stockholders and shall hold office for one
year and until their successors havo been duly
elected and qualified, but the names of thowj
who shall be directors and serve as such officers
until the rlnt day of May, 1891, and until the
election of their successors and their qualifica
tion, are Richard L. Hattersley, George W.
Brown. Walter Thompson, Win. C. Thalrlwall,
I). K. Keating. Horatio II. Wharton. Cecil B.
The canltal stock of this corporation shall lm
ono hundred thousand moo.OUu.OO dollars dlv-
iuuu inio it-ii inuuNiiiu i iu,uuuj snares 01 tne par
value of tea f 10.00 dollars each, and said cap
ital stock shall be paid on call of full board of
directors and shall be non-assesfeable.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which this corporation shall at any
Hint subject Itself shall be fifty thousand ilia.
ehall I exempt from tho corporate deMs'of thin
fiitnuM nl Inn
aiio uvmiu ui MKciiura m hub uurponuiuu
shall have tho power to make all needful by-
inna uim mica i.iiu ll-&uutiullB iur W1U UIUIIUKC-
meutof the attain of this conoratlon and Its
No person shall be eligible to the office of
director unless ho be a stockholder In the cor
poration, and upon ceasing to be a stockholder
ho shall cease to be a director.
Witness our hands and seals this l'Jth day of
June, A. D., 1800.
Daniel E. Keatino. Heal
Hokatio II. Wiiabtok. Seal
CECIL B. AYRTON. Seal
Territory of Arizona,) aJ '
County or Maricopa. '"
Before me, Joseph Campbell, a Notary Public
Inand for Maricopa county,A.T.,onthbiday per
sonally appeared DANIEL E. KEATING AND
HORATIO II. WHARTON, personally known
to me to be the jiersons whose names are sub
scribed to tho foregoing Instrument and ac
knowledged to me that they executed the same
for the purpose and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal of
offlce this l'Jth day of Juue, A. a.. 18U0.
JonKrn Campbell, Notary Public
Territory op Arizona,) Bo
County or Maricofa, 3
Before me, Joseph Campbell, a Notary Public
lu and for Maricopa county, A. T on this day
iersonally appeared CECIL II. AYRTON, per
sonally known to me to be the person whoso
name is subvert bee to the foregoing instrument
and acknowledged to me that ho executed the
same for the purpose and consideration therein
expressed Given under my hand and seal of
otllcu this second day of July, A. D lh'.M.
JosKPit Campbell, Notary Public.
Territory of Arizona,) w
Orncs of Secretary, I DO-
l.'MVO. Murphy, secretary ortliOTtrrltory of
Arizona, do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Is a true and correct copy of the origi
nal Articles of Incorporation now on file in my
In Witness Whereof, I havo hereunto set my
hand and afllxed my official seal. Done at
riuemx iiusseconu uay oi jmy, A. u., ltwu,
N. O. Murphy, Secretary of Territory,
By F. D. Hammond, Assistant Secretary.
Territory of Aiuzona,)
County, of Mamcopa. I b"
ii.iciiu.uutiii uuiiiii iicvuiuer ,11 uiiu iur
the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby
1 Vfi.wl ,u,.mM. ,A ... lla.Ml.a I. a. ., ..
i-eruir wim me wiiniu instrument was pre
sented and Hied for record bv Daniel E. Keab
lng at 2:15 o'clock p. m. on this 2nd day of July,
1S'., and was duly recorded ill Book No. 1 of
Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa
County, Arizona, at pages 291, 292,293 and 291.
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Hit my
hand and afllxed my official seal the day
and year alxive written.
seal. Neri OsnoRN, County Recorder.
uy j-.uui.NK uraiiam, ucputy i.ecoruer.
KOTICK TO CONTltACTOItS.
Sealed proposals lor the construction of a six
inch sewer from tho Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt River as per plat of survey now on file
In the office of the Board of Directors of the in
sane Asylum of Arizona, will be received at the
office of said Board of Directors up to 2 o'clock
p. m., of Monday tho 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check for Ji'O and a copy of this notice.
Bids should be addressed to C. II. Knapp Sec
retary of the Insane Asylum of' Arizona, and
marked "Sewer Proposals."
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
By order of tho Board of Directors of the In.
sane Asylum of Arizona.
30-;tw C. H. KNapp, See'y.
Univoi'sity of California.
TIIK UEOUIIl COUIIHE OF LECTURES
will begin MONDAY, JUNE 2d, at 9 o'clock,
at the college, Stockton street, corner Chestnut,
San Francisco. 1), At McI.EAN, M. 11., Dean.
Ml Merchant street, corner MontRomery, Han
n. it. qhke.se.
L. J. WOOD,
GREENE d WOOD,
Abstracts, Loans s Iosurance
J?hoonix, - - ArlKonn.
A BSTItACTS OF TITLE-HAVINa THE
J most complete set ol Abstract Books in
Maricopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Hancli, City, Mine or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written in
the best companies riolngbuslne on the Pacific
coast. OKEKNK & WOOD,
G, li, Williscraft, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House and Ornamentnl Castings
Made to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS," MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
Frico,$1.00. Bold Ij all Druggists. Sent is
plain paefcogo wm fiilber Syrbgs tw W.E0
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
10 to 70 pounds per yard.
Steel Eails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORGINGS, BILLETS AND BAKS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS. .
General Office. 208 South Fourth St..
Works. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
BRiUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT
THE BRUSH INOANDESOKNT ELECTRIC APPARATUS
IS PRONOUNCKD BY USERS TO BE
SUPERIOE TO A.X.3L, OTHEBS,
A N 1)
THE BRUSH AEC DYNAMOS MD -MIPS
WITH. THEIR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS, CONTINUE TO
LEAD AS HERETOFORE.
8KND FOB A CATAI.OGOK TO
THE BRUSH ELECTRIC COMPANY,
, W.'xy: !,.
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' -;J&i iifiY
Kupfeiie Bi'os. Mamifactoirig Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
600, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington -Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTUKKnS OF IF.VERY VARIETY OF HIUSS WOltK FOU ENGINE BUILDERS.
Steam and -flas Hpo Fitters, Flumtx;rs, HnnliYBre Trade, etc. Cast and
eable Iron Flttlnea, Jobbers of Wrought Iron Welded Tubes (or steam, gas and water.
Leather and Rubber Belting, Packing and Hows. Sole agents for Cameron's Special Steam
Funrivthe most efficient, durable and economical steam pump in use. Roofo Patent Blowers.
FROG SWITCH AND SIGNAL
STEEL KAIL FROGS.
Of tho best and moat approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
LORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of several approvcd.patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing Blarm bells
at highway crossings, requiring no
electrician. Saves the expense of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
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1 i T . JT ' SH.. it"'
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m SWISS & GOL
(SUCCESSORS TO STEYENS & HUGHES.)
Stoves, Tinware Lamps,
p"8frigeralors. Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Japanware.
Tools of all Kinds, Garden and
BuckboanU and all kinds orfeoad' Vehicles, Carriages and Carts. All kinds of Tin, Sheet lrotv
Copper work, numbing and Gas Fitting done promptly and fktlxfactorily.
The "On : Time," : Mohawk : and : Charter : Oak : Stoves
WINDMILLS AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
"Woods' Mowers and Hakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
Pumps, G-as and "Water Pires,
, f t Horse Powers,
' Hardware, 'Glassware,
Hardware ani ipiitoal Implemeiits
PLMTT . & DIXON,
Practical Piimace Builders
.Bricklayers and Contractors
Of Blast 'Furnaces, Rolling Slills, Gaa Furnaces, Gas Boilers, Gas and Bone
Retorts, Glass and Zinc Furnaces, and Brick Work
of Every Description.
tW CORRESPONDENCE- SOLICITED, JgMl
' . .' ' "X Oaf '
Room -tin Commercial Building,
Wm. II. Taylor, President.
R1SD0NIR0N AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
S.-E. Cor. I-Icnvnvd nnd Beale, San Francisco.
MANUFACTURERS OF. ALL KINDS' OF
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sliecl-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
'aw Mall MiaoMriSry.
- " 'I '
-r Agents for the Pacific Coast- of
iBxyan's Holler Quaxtz Mill,
Cheapest and Most Ferfect Roller Mill Made
Exclusive Agents for tho Pacific Coast of
' . Steel Pulley nnd Fox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Lawn Hose Sprinklers, Etc.,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
ST. LOUIS, MO
R. S. Mooee, Superintendent
Heine Fatent Safety Boilers, Macbeth
of the Above Sent on Application,