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citim "Independent in All Things. 99 VOL. XXIV. YTJMA, A.RIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1895 NUMBER 45. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY JT. W. DORRIXGTON, Prop. 'SUBSCRIPTION. Six Henths, - - - - - Si 50 V.nr - 3 00 A OVERUSING RATES made known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. tiiic mnCD is kept on Ble at.E: - iniO rftl til Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and '65 Merchants Exchange, Sun Francisco, California, where contracts for advertisine can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. GoVKSOR L. C. HUGHES SSCRRTART 0. M. BRUCE Auditor -. C.F.LIETCH AttoKXxt GBSBRAb FRANK J. HENEV SURVKTOR GK5RRAL C. A. MANNING TRBA.URZR P-J'S Soft, of Public Ibbtructiox.. . .F. J. NEIHELTON DSLBOATETO COKGREBS K. O. MURPHY 3 err. Territorial Prison THOMAS GATES TUCSON LAND OFFICII. StsR EUGENE J.TRI Rbcsitbr M0I,K CCUXTT OFFICERS, District Jcros tlv Clhri of District Court C. H. BRINLEY )E A. HARAS2THY Chairman, J. BurRRYttORS j QANDOLFO, and A. MODESTI. Clkrk of Board of superviscm... M. L. Probate Jume & Sun. Schools, -A?gAK SHERIFF. TAX COL'R AND ASSESSOR M. OBEEMgAF UXDER-SHERIFF AMITFL PURDY Treascrbr r M L p00L BECORDER j B MARTIN STsicu;::::::::::::::::::t. n. mqller rtEascT OFFICERS. ) ' GEO. A. DUKE Justice, o! the Peace J w.0. WILLIS. G. M. THURLOW. T,uMe. Of Yuma School DIs.Jf. FRDLEY and ED. MAYES, lixltfti States Custom nouse Deputy Collector Crtf officers, Mtyor F. S. INGALLS FRED FREDLEY, I J. M.SPEESE, mUmn FRANK REDONDO. J W W. WOODMAN. City Recorder j. NEAHR. Assessor I.LEVY RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 a. M. to 7 p. ai.f daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 a; m: and 6.00 to 7:00 p. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:20 P.M. West-bound mail closes at . 7:00 p. m. Money Order and Post-'.! Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. Ua 5, exef: Saturdays, when it closes S p. No Money Order or Postal Notes iseuou. oia d!Matlfrom Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Inurs daysat 7 A. m., and arrives here Tuesdays &nd Saturdays. mr F. B.- LOGAN. P. M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets very Tuesday evening at 80 clock, v isit ngbretheren in good standing are mvjtcd oattend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. ?. B, Wightman, R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday ea.onth- ff ASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cotter Building. Ytjma, Ariz. -T3ULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office xn ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - " ARIZ. -jyOLLER,L. N. M. B. ,t-xx.y - surgeon. FIRST STREET, NEAR YUMA, ' - ARIZONA. -pURDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. . Arizona. Ynraa. - ' 1Z"lSriGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) YtjmAf : ' AR1Z TT C.DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. YUMA, A. T. CHAS.L. BROWN. W.O.HUSON. BROWN & HUSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-D AW, ROOM SIX. COTTER BUILDING -TjMVING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC. Yuma, Arizona. VTOTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KlNSLER. Ganbo found at the office ot the Sentinel any hour of the d&y. HOWARD MASTERSQN, TYPE WRITEE Mining, Legal and Commercial work, promptly executed. Of fice with County Treas urer, Cotter Building, II 1 IVn 1 lm W 1 I mm FBII IBM mi mm s m m o w smm The GREAT WALLACE SHOW WILL GIVE A PERFORMANCE IN YUMA ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND. The Greatest, Largest, AMERICA'S AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISES, Finest Horses and Greatest Array of Circus Talent of Any Show on Earth ! NO WONDER IT IS GREAT 3 Rings! 2 Stages! 1-2 Mile Race Track! Colossal Menagerie! .Royal Aquarium! 4 Trains! 10 Acres Canvas! 20,000 Seats! 1,5000 Employe-! 4,000.00 Daily TSxpen&es! 100 Phenomenal AcLbi 20 Hurricane Races! 25 Clowns! 6 Bands! 50 Cages! 15 Open Dens! Herd of Elephants! Drove of Camelsl World's Renowned Performers! Every Great Act Known! CAPITAL, - - $3,000,000.00 Excursion Trains Will be Run On every line of travel to enable visitors from a distance to attend the exhibitions of this, the greatest snow ot the modern world. Trains will arrive in time to witness the monster, majestic, spectacular, grand, free STREET PARADE ONE MILE LONG I 50 FREE EXHIBITIONS DAILY EXPERIENCED DETECTIVES EST ATTENDANCE. They are constantly on the watch to protect the public from the operations of gamblers and swindlers. Remember Win. & P. HODGES, Proprietors. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dealers in FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, PORK and SAUSAGES. Main Street, - Yuma, Ariz lYrr"NTTJ1T7lT3 T TTT17TD V JT lUiNiliijiA L1VJCj11, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desirpd. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. H. HAoTLEE, DEALER IN CHOICE GROCERIES. Home Bakery in Connection. MAIN STREET, NEAR SEC05TD Grandest and Best of 50 the Date. JACK DUNNE, prop. CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. finest brands of liquors and The only saloon in town where you can sit beneath the branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshinK Slass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a.fragrant cigar. MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ. SHEET IRON WORKER. I have now a complete line of hard ware. Co'oking stoves, wood, kerosene and coal, a specialty. Plumbing Promptly Attended to, and all Kinds of Job Work a Sppcialty. FOOT OF MAIN STREET. YUMA ARIZONA. Header, did you ever take, Simmons Liver Regulator, the "King of Ltvaa Medicines ? " Everybody needs take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or diseased liver that impair3 digestion and ea uses constipation, when the waste that should be carried off remains in the body and poisons the whole system. That dull, heavy feeling is due to a torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache, Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diseases. Keep the liver active by an occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg ulator and you'll get rid of these trou bles, and give tone to the whole sys iem. For a laxative Simmons Liver Regulator is better than Pills. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refreshes and strengthens. Every package has the Red Z stamp on the wrapper. J". H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia. Wagon Maker. Shop on Main street. OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Franco -American Mining and Milling Company. Jf"NOV ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: JLa Thit we the uniL j-i.u.-d have a3"jc;ateii ourselves together for the puip- f,nn!ujj h corporation under the lu-tb oi iLi Tern;. . ' Arizona. And we do hereby certify as follows: Fibst. The uameF ji the incorporators are: A. O. Adams, II. Harrison, J. L. Curtis and E. M. Browrtor. And the name of the corporation is and ehill he Franco-American Mining and Milling Company and its principal place of transacting business shall be at its office in the village of Yuma in the County of Yuma and Territory of Arizona with branch offices at such other places as the Board of Directors shall from time to time agree upon. Second. The general nature of business pro posed to be transacted by this corporation is min ing, milling, smelting and reducing ores bearing gold.silver, copper, lead and other metals and minerals, buying, bonding, leasing and in any other manner acquiring title to mines aud mineral lands in said Territory of Arizona and in any State or Territory of the United States of North America, developing, working, holding or Belling same and acquiritg title to any other real or personal prop erty by purchase, lease bond or otherwise, as the Board of Directors may elect and holding or dis posing of same as said Board of Directors see fit and order. Third. The amount of capital stock authorized by this corporation is ten million (10,000,000.) dollars, divided into one million shares of the par value of ten (10) dollars per share, and is to be issued and paid up is called for from time to time by the Board of Directors of this corporation or by being issued and delivered from time to time by the said Board of Directors in payment of property purchased by this corporation, or for debts con tracted by this corporation. Fourth. The time of the commencement of this corporation shll bo the date of the day of the filing of these articles of Incorporation in the office of the County Kecorder of said Yuma County, Territory of Arizona, and its corporate existence shall continue for the term of twenty years from and after said date unless sooner dissolved by a two-thirds majority vote of the stock-holders. Finn. The affairs of this corporation ars to be conducted by a Board of Directors to be elected annually upon the first Tuesday in January of each and every j ear and the election of said Directors shall be in acco dance with the by-laws of said corporation. AH officers and directors of said corporation shall be stockholders of said corpor ation. Sixth. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation may at any time be subject shall be ton thousand dollars. Seventh. The private property of the stock holders and directors of this corporation &hall be exempt from corporate debts. Eighth. The officers of this corporation shall be a President, a Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer and such other officers as the Board of Directors may see proper to name and elect by resolution, and as may be necessary and essential in conducting the affairs of this corporation. Nistii. The Directors electedfor the first year and until the first annual meetinsr of the stock holders on the First Tuesday in January, 1S96 are 11. Harrison, J. L. Curtis, E. M. Browder, Murat ilasterson, and Thomas J. Hurley. Who shall act as sueh until their successors are duly elected at said iirt annual meeting of the stockholders. Tenth. That a majority of the Directors shall constitute a quorum and that a quorum shall have power to adopt by-laws and transact all other corporate business. Eleventh . These articles of incorporation may be amended by a majority vote of the Board of Directors when authorized by a vote or written assent of the stockholders representing two-thirds of the capital stock of this corporation. In witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seals, this July 13th, 1895. A. G. ADAMS, (Seal.) H. HARRISON, (Seal.) J.L.CURTIS, (Seal.) E. M. BROWDER, (Seal.) Territory of Arizona ) County of Yuma.. fS3, Before me, a Notary Public in and for said County and Territory on this day personally ap peared A. G. Adams, II Harrison, J. L. Curtis and E. M. Browder, known to me to be the persons whose names-are subscribed to the foregoing in strument and acknownledged to me that they exe cuted the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. SEAL. SAMUEL PURDY, Notary Public. Received for Record, August 20, 1895, at 30 minutes past 9 o'clock a. m. at the request of M. Masterson. Recorded in Book No. 1, of Bonds and acreements, pasta 404 et seq., Records of Yuma county, Arizona Territory. pbai; M. L POOL, Recorder. Saloons and Saloonkeepers. Since Jehovah turned water into wine, man (woinen as well) have j been devising ways and means for its overthrow or amelioration, pamphlets, sermons, essays, lect ures, and the armv of the crusade, have vied in their efforts to destroy or reform the use of intoxicants. This may be right or wrong. I. do not presume, to say, and here let me ask a pertinent question, who is or has ever tried to reform a saloonkeeper or add to the respect ability or moral tone of his busi ness? Have we not and are we not asking, good fruit from the vine or its branches without ever watering, cultivating, or fertilizing it? If so we are disregarding law of nature, acting unwisely, and demanding an impossibility Imprimis. The merchant obtains a license to sell dry goods and groceries, ana pays a reasonable sum for that privilege. The saloon keeper goes to the same office, and pays three times the sum to sell goods, wines and liquors. He asKs wny tnis amerence in price for his license, and receives no plausible answer, tor this discrimination and injustice, if each character of business is legitimate as the law says it is. The saloonkeeper at the begining of his career, recognizes this in ustice, and is taught by the social law and social practice his first lesson in dishonesty and chicanery. He comes in very many cases from an honest home and pious parent age. Yet the moment he steps be hind the bar he dons what is term ed the badge of disgrace and is fettered by the chains of social ostracism. The doors of your houses are closed should he have the effrontery to call. He goes to your church; he is given a back seat if any and he is tolerated in your social and public life as long his money and political pull are of use and no longer, and your mm i: tc, will when he dies ask God to have mercy on his soil if you will first pay him well for it, and this measure of charity is extended in like manner to the family of the saloonkeeper. Where is his moral terpitude, what is his crime? What the disgrace? "Why do the clouds lower on his house? His business is legalized and is presumably legal, if legal then right, then if right why not respectable? No matter how orderly his saloon, no matter how lovely in character he his wife and little ones, how dear his home or upright and honest his life, the pious frauds, and whited sepulchres are afraid to enter his door. Afraid of What? Afraid of whom? Not afraid evi dently of offending the son of man, whose teachings they are daily ab rogating in their narrow selfish lives, but afraid of the world, or of what some one may say, who is as unworthy and weak as themselves How silly, how empty. I am told that the meek and lovely Nazarine went into saloons and even minis tered to the fallen. Yes, and de scended into hell for the salvation of just such men as we are pleased to stigmatize saloonkeepers and inmates of dives. We on the other hand draw around us our robes of Pharisaical righteousness -and spend our time in thanking God that we are not as others are. I like the devil, he is square, you know where to find him, but from some of these pious frauds good Lord deliver us. I verily believeH that the words and acts of some of these Pilgrims, are' making more' skeptics and agnostics and sending more souls to perdition than all the saloons under the sun. Some of us good people are ashamed to be seen talking to a saloonkeeper or a magdwlen except when near election time. Did not the Master not stop to enter the house of the publican and even speak words "cf cheer to the harlot. Yes, and some of us will say he ought to be ashamed of himself. I am not wise, but it seems to me it would be as well to follow a little closer in his footsteps and not bother so much about who Ham went into the land of Nod to marry. That saloonkeeper was once as good and pure as you and I- and perhaps is Highest of all in Leavening ABSOLUTELY PURE even more so now. Don't aid in lowering him and his family. Speak kindly or keep your mouth shut. Assist him as a man and a brother, respect him and his family, he will then honor and respect you, and will end by re specting himself, the rights of his fellow man and his business. You will not then find him selling rum to children or drunken men and and his saloon macfe a resort for thugs, bums, thieves and men looking for a job and praying not to find one- 7 ou can then take your family into his place of business to get ; glass of wine, lemonade, beer Ye3 or whisky without fear of hav ing them offended by profane or loud words, or indecent sights, just as well as you can in the drug store around the corner or the grocery over the way, and the drink so taken will work no greater moral evil than if taken at home, or at the communion rail of your moat pretentious church. Dives, places of low resort, any one will say, down with them, there is where the seed of crime is sown and germinates and all the license paid by them will not defray court costs for the crimes committed or traceable to such places. Again I say make the sale of rum respect able by getting good men in such" places, but don't censure every man because he sells whisky, aud not only get him down, but etern ally kick him. Many of them have noble feelings and generous im pulses, cultivate them, they will grow. You cannot plant tbo most lovely flower ai.d water it with bit terness and contempt and expect it to bloom into a flour of beauty, and it is a well-known fact that when the cry of distress is heard the puree of the saloonkeeper is among the first to open to the needs of the poor. You will not associate or affiliate with them or their fam ilies. Ohl you good Samaratins, when you were in need, at your church affairs, did not these same "men aid you, was their money worth 100 cents on the dollar, and will it not buy as many tracts for the heathens as if it never aided in paying for a drink. Yes, today were I an hungered or a thirst I would go to one of these very men for a meal or a cup of water, sooner than to any one who wears a white cravat, and a sanctimonious smile, reform a saloonkeeper. A'e and any one else, but dont try to con vince him that he is entirely black, and that you are as white as snow. While the Lord may not approve of the sinner, He, I believes, esteems him as highly, as he does a hypo crite, who tells you he is saved and yet lives. Let us good people learn that we can reform no one by suspicion, doubt, or standing off'. Show the man that you have an interest in his moral and temporal welfare not measured by dollars and cents, and you will make him your friend, don't turn the cold shoulder, don't drive him out ou the barren waste of life, if you want to see him in the pastures of peace. Many would come back, if they were sure of a partial reception given to the prodigal, no there is nothing left but to wonder, in the night of sin, over the plains of lost hope no matter how brightly the lights may shine from the homes of the good or what childhood memories may awaken amid the blasts of ad versity. Selling whisky or drink ing the same is not morally, wrong any more than selling and drink ing coffee, tea, or any drug you may perceive from the reputable store-keepei'. The U3e to- excess of any or all of these is a crime against society and yourself, this is a logical fact. Have we not got ten to lai'ge a beam in our own eye, to see so many moles in others. I have waisted money, time, brains Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder and all through and in front of the bar, never behind the bar. I censure no one save myself, and had the saloonkeepers been better men, they would not perhaps, have" allowed me to fall .so low, or sink so deep. Why is not a saloonkeeper just as respectable as a lawyer or a minister. The one you say gets him into trouble; the other two, get pay for getting him out, of trouble in this world, and the next, and the man who sells rum is m no sens 3 worse, tha"n the one who drinks it( even at the bar, or behind door. use if you will don't abuse there is the wrong. The saloonkeeper ifi my equal and perhaps my pser, mentally morally and physicially, if so, why not my social equal? Is the lacking in any social re quirements? any more than the street gambler, or the syndicate thief on a large scale? We have a right to select our associates, I admit, but our selection is sup posed to be based upon some rules ot equally common pense and fair dealing. (Yes I believe in giving the Devil his due. How would this do Mr. editor in your case and mine if he had his due?) Give the saloon man a square deal, by show ing him some respect and manly courtesy, it wont cost much. Stop putting the cards up your sleeves of righteousness, and putting marks. on your aces, and jacks, and see how it will pan out. Mr. Saloon keeper respect yourself keep your place in order, bounce all profes sional bums and dead-beats; don't let your places of business be used for loafing, or bed houses, other merchants don't allow it; dress no6 quite so loud; give or throw away that bogus diamond pin and 50c solitaire ring, wa3h off that 25c sycophantic smile you wear for the man who has money, and don't . look quite so black if some poor cuss, asks you for a drink, you may be poor some day, or in other words, be a man, and respect your self, your old mother tried to raise' you a gentleman, don't let her efforts prove a failure; we may have all gone astray, let us come back, and try to be decent, and as honest as we can, and then you, and us good reputable and respect able citize'ns ca'n affiliate. These ideas may b9 Utopian and vaguely expressed but they are the sincere convictions of an Ole Kaff. AH Free. 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