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99 Yuma., Arizona, Saturday, December 7, 1895. NUMBER 3; THE WIM SENTINEL, PUBLISHED BVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona BY J. IT. SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months ----- 51 .,- v. - - 2 0" ADVERTISING HATES made Known on apr.UcHon. Address. ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. thio nmro is kcPfc on nl at.. T&IS "ArSlH Dakc'8 Advertising A2.ncy, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, 8a Francisco, California, . s here contracts for advertising can he made for it. QeYTse....v tSCTi.T iCIIMIl Attoslsit Gbnkrai. Ssiwoa Gbxbrai. TfclUCKXK. Sctt". or Prsue Ixstructios. Dkumate to Cosqrkss S vn. TSaaiTOWAi- PmeeH. . . .I..C. HUGHES . r BWE -KXKY . v: AS ISO OLE i. : illilTON K j siURPHY THOMAS iJATES TRIPrEL. ;. R HOKfv OCCJTTT orlCBES. UlSTiuor Jt nunin CoUET. . . .A. C. BAKSK .C. H. BRIXLEY IE. A. HARAS ZTHY Chrirman. J BcrstTiiOM "GANDOLFO, anil A. jvlOM-aii. . er Boaid oSur5Rv.BCM H. ' J MOIAT VTa-mu'.M. GHEENLEAF Sxiunc. Tax Col b akb asss-sh... u0IH;ES U-8Htwrr SAMUEL PUKUY IliW10C.ATT0T FS INGALLS .TkBiicni M-j,. rooL Karons SyXTiTorfr. OftPKIT Pmtucux 6 k'.'towkskkd ...l. n. holler 1 GEO. A. DUKE UM Of t" ' W.O. WILLIS. f. L. EWING, VF. FREDLEY aud i I. LEVY 1 ED. MAYES, llDjWl SVUC1 v.""- "" j UtpuiJ v,ih- CtTT rriCBBS, T. S. INGALLS Mayor. " :- FRED FREDLEY, I J.M.SPEESE, gixmilMM f FRANK REDoKDO. J W.W.WOODUAST. UjJ0H ffity AUortj "B- WIs:HTMAN. G.lty Rerder 1 NEAHR. Alienor i. LEVY Treasurer RCBT. HATCH" Marshal RULES OF POST OFFICE. f n office U open frem 7 A. M Hnnrlava from 7:00 to to 7 w., 8:00 uaujr. and 8 00 to 7:00 r. H. TSabonnd jn.tl olo.ei at . . . Ve-boJmi mail cloos at . .. 7 .our. m. oney Order and Postal Note depari- 'Saturdays, when it closes at S t. m. o MAcy Order 9r Postal Notes i..ued Son- d Mall from Parker, Khrcuherg and Silver District leavei Yuma aionaay -..-day8at7A.t.,ad rvcs ,iere rueM,-s dnv and Saturdays F. B. LOf AN, P. M. T . .... r a n IT. Y. meers ng?retbereiB good standi are inv.ted catfrd. Youra in C. H. and P. D. M clntyre. M. w . B. "VTlghtman, R- O. A. R- J. C. Fremont Pest, No 9, meets the of each month. ?eeend ani LM Montiay C C.8tavre. Geo. H. Field, Commander Adul-AB. J s. 8EXSMITH, M. B., 0PTICE 15 WIGHTXAX HOUSE, Ox Jirw Avi5rjii Near Third Stbmt. M A8TERS6N, murat, AKreRET-AT-LAW, ;ier Baildin Yuma, Aria. -OULLARD, PURUY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts- promptly attended to Office m PHOENIX, ARIZ. M1 OLLER.L.N.M.D. nMTST.EAUKAlN. YUMA, ' " -ptTBPY, SAMUEL, ATIORSEY-AT-LATf. Special attention to Ladd Business Arizona. 'Jama. - T7" NIGHT, GEO. M., -jRXST-AT.LAir AND NOTARY PUBLIC, fOffice next door to Post Office. ) YOMA. 1 : Arizona -rr g. davis, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW . TUHA, A. ?P. CltAS.L. BROWN. BROWN & W.O HUSON HUSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-DAW ROOM SIX. COTTER BUILDINO -TAWING, F. LM XOTARY PUBLIC . YumA, Arixona -TO-OTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KINSLEB. Ga'n be found at the office ot the Sentinel SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANl COMMENCING -Monday, Nov. $; 1895. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUIYIA A3 FOLLOWS: 7t A A. M. (DaILY ) Mixed . J Train for Gila Bend, Tncsoa, Doming, EI Ptiso, and all way stations. rmA A. M. (DAILY) PA IFIC D l-J EXPRESS" for Colton, Lob Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogdeh and East. 1),QK P- M. Wednesday and ill b & Saturday Sunset Limited fnr nnlton. Los Ancclea. etc.. etc. f 1 - X P- M. (DAILY) "xVEW RESS" O OK LEANS EXJ for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson, Benson, t 3-i r.:.rr T?l Pikh NJfw ()rhn'ns Lordsburc, Deining, and East via the "Sunset Route, -g -a Ols M- Wednesday and i illO Sunday Sunset Limited--for Tucson. Benson, Lordsbmg, Deiniug, El Paso, New Orleans and E:mt. Overland Tickets Sold, Sleepiny Oar Berths; Sitcurei1 AND Fall inloNtsaiiCi. Regarding iiaasconiifistit-.l l.otites Furnished en ApDitration Parlies can arrange l join tl-e WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS o- r the Sunset Route by correap-'Ww ' W. H. DRK-vsS?. Ay-.:.t Depot, ... - Yumjs T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Puns. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. II. HA iLEiE, DEALER IX CHOICE GROCERIES. Horrte BaRer'V iA Connection. MAIX STREET. 1TEAR SECOJf D PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horses ana Team? furnished to oraer. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay ati'd grain For Sale. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. JAMES BOTEN, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Shdp on JVIain street. OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a specialty. fr TW.p.n has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for Btock. Yuma Iffleat Mar lie t Wm. S P. HODGES, Proprietors. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dealers in FRESH BEF, MUTTON, PORK and SAUSAGES. Main Street Yuma, Ariz Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House. JOE GUN, Prop, MAIN STREET; In connection with trie' Place Saloon': Meals 25c, 35c and Stic., served at all Hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. Fish and game in season. Bread, cake and ies for sale. I rrpn m pverv dav. Lunches nut un to order. Meals at all limiri!. fn.v an d nicht. Private rooms for ladies. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Beauliarnals Petroleum Steam Gen erator Company. Know all men by thsse prisenta, That we, tha undersigned. Win. H. H. Hart. Eugene de Beauharr.ais, John C Beattj-, Rene Woodward, and Herbert T. Beatty, desiring lo incorporate ourselves under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, for the purpose of rnp-aging in "the business here inafter specified, do make, sisn, adopt, acknowledge and publish these Articles of Incorporation. AUTICLK I. The names of the persons hereby asso ciating themselves together for the pur pose aforesaid are Wm. H. H. Flart, Eugene de Beaiihavriais, John C. Beatty, Rene Woodward, and Herbert 1. Beany. The name of Ihe Corporation hereby forn ed is the Beaubarnais Petroleum Steam Generator Company. The principal place for the transaction of its business ?-V! l" in Yuma, in the Territory of vizon.. with an executive' and branch office at Sai Francisco, California: and that the Board of Directors may hold regular and speci.t meetings in said City of San Francisc and with the mrtuer privilege of maintain ing its plants and transacting its busines in all parts of tin Urdn-d States, the busi ness mentioned u Ar'i'-le II to be con ducted soielv l oniv in the Unite ' tate. i.mcLK II. he gf r" u' riatiJre of the business nr j OMd t. te tr-. '-uicied by this Oorpora'tio ?;: the in -ed states is to purchase an ' .."!:;:. Un !tc .S.arerf letters patent, and i J acjui.-e tiv.d secure by purchase or othei j wise flie r.i;ht t" tse, and to give licenses j tor rights (n use in the whole United States, or any part there f, the patents and invention- of Eugene de Banharnais, and ; to ae-.Ui:e United .States letters patent, by I :-iircnase or otherwise and to acquire all I real estate and personal property deemed oy tne .board ot Uirectors necessary and icquisite to carry on and maintain the business of the Company, and the construc tion and manulacture ot all machinery and appliances necessary to carry on said business witliin ihe United States and the Territories thereof. AKTICXE III. The amount of the capital stock of the Corporation shall be One Million (?1,000,000) dollars, divided into Ten Thousand (10,- 000) shares, of the par value of One Hun dred (IW) dollars eacn, and snail be tuny paid-up before issue and non-assessable, and me several incorporators hereof e&ch do hereby subscribe to one shares each of stock respectively. . ARTICLE IV. The time of the commencement of this Corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the County Recorder of the, County of Yuma; Territory of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter, with the power to renew tlie period or extension not greater .tnnn twenty-five years upon the vote of three fourths of the capital stocK at any regular meeting called and held for that purpose. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this Corporation shall be managed and conducted oy, and shall be vested in a Board of Directors consisting of live persons, to be elected bv and from the stockholders of this Corporation on the first .Monday ot October, in each and every y ear at a meetine of this Corporation to bo held, at Yuma, Yuma County', Arizona; provided the tollorving named stockholders shall seryfe as the Board of Directors until the re gular election in October, 1896, and until fneir successors are elected and qualified, viz: Wm. H. H. Hart, EugbnedeBeauhar nais, John C Beatty, Rene Woodward, and Herbert 1. Ueatty; and, provided lurtuer, that in the event of a vacancy in the Board of Directors before any annual meeting, said vacancy may be filled by a majority of the remaining members of the Board of Directors then in office. And it is further provided that three members of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and that any hrectiors at which three Directors, or more, shall be present, shall be a legal meeting either with or with out notice to themselves, or the other mem bers. ARTICLE VI. The hiehfest indebtedness, direct or in direct, to which this Corporation shall at any time be subject shall not exceed Twenty Thousand (20,000) Dollars. ARTICLE VII. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from the debts of this Cor poration, and no individual liability of stockholders shall exist for corporate debts. ARTICLE VIII. The Board of Directors shall have power to establish By-Laws, name and designate the officers of the Company, and make all necessary rules and regulations as may be by them deemed expedient for the manage1 ment of this Corporation, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States, and the laws ot the Territory ot Arizona. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our nanus ana seats tins nineteenth aay oi September, A. D. 1895. W. H. H. Hart, Eugene de Beauhaknais, John C. Bkatty, Herbert T. Beatty, Rene Woodward'; State of California, Cit ity and County of San Francisco. Before me F. C. Moseback a Notarv Pub lic in and for the City and County of San Francisco. State of California, on this nine teenth day of September, 18U5, personally appeared Wm. H. H. Hart, Eugene de Beauharnais, John C. Beatty, Rene Wood ward, and Herbert T. Beatty, personajly knb'Wrt to me to be the persons whose iiatiies are subscribed to the loregoing instrument, and they acKnowiedged to me that they ex ecuted the same for the purposes and con sideration therein exnressfe'd. Given under my hand iind seal of office, this lUth day ot September, A. L. 1895. b . U. Moseback, Notary Public in and for the City and County ot Ban Francisco, State of Caii fornia. Recorded, at the request of John C. Beatty. Sentember 23. at 1 o'clock n. m.. in "Root of Bonds and Agreements, pages 407. M. Li. Pool, County .Recorder; By D. E. Beatty Deputy; Territory of Arizona,J g uoiiniv oi xurna. i I: M. L. Pb'ol, County Recorder in and for said County, and custodian of the records thereof, do hereby certify that the above" anu ioregoing is a wue copy oi ine Articles )1 incorporation oi the iieauharnais Petro earn Steam Generator Company; .as the same now appears of record in Jjook of Bonds and Agreements; pages 407, records of Yuma County, Arizona. in witness whereot, i nave hereunto set mv hand and affixed my official seal; this 23 day of Sept. A. D. 1895. Seal) M. L. Pool, County Recorder. By D. E. Beatty, Deputy. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. "Wnf!f in ViArphv m-jron that: thn ''TlnTilt cate Assessment Roll" of Yuma County for the year 1895, is now in my possession for the colwction of the taxes levied therein and that said tax will be Delinquent on the 3rd Monday of December next hereafter, and unless paid on that day or prior there to, five per cent will be added to the amount thereof as penalty. Taxes must be paid in my office, in the village of Yuirta; . between tho Hours of 9 o clock a.m. and 3 o clock p. m., every day; except Sundays and Holidaya. F. S. INGALLS, County Treasurer and ex-officio Tax Collector. YiTMAyA. T.,-0et. 9r1895. Simmons .REGULATOR, GOOD FOR EVERYBODY 1 . s. 1 Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the system and keep the blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder) Jltt all the benefits of a mild and pleasant axatlve and tonic that purifies the blood "and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active and healthy, and when the Liver Is In good condition you find yourself free from Malaria, Biliousness, . Indigestion, Sick Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling. These are all caused by a sluggish Liver. Good digestion and freedom from stomach, troubles will only be had when the liver Is properly at work. If troubled with any of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medl does, and Better than Pills. jpS-EVERY PACKAGE- the Z Stamp In red on trrapper EL Zeilln Co., FMl., P. RUBY SALOON 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 refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of 'any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. Q-X'V'Jfl JVC 33 Q.ft Till. MAIN STREET. YUMA. AK1Z. James Milton, SHEET IRON WORKfcr. nave now a complete line of hard ware. Cooking stoves, wood, kerosene and coal, a specialty. Plumbing Promptly Attended to, and all Kinds of Job Work a Specialty. FOOT OF MAIN STREET, YUMA ABIZONA. JVor Bale. 10 An Acre. THREE HALF SECTIONS OF PATENTED LAND. 960 A-cres AS FINE ANE FERTILE A-S PLOW EVER TURNED. With Perriatual VVatei Right under the Celebrated Mohawk Canal in Mohawk Valley. Each half section has 40 Acres Leveled, Fenced, and Ready For Farming. IXQUIRE Of J. W. DORRINGTON, YUMA, ARIZ. Off GEO. W. NORTON, MOHAWK, YUMA CO., ARIZ $5-00 REWARD. I will pay the above reward any one who will furnish ' me wi to the name and proof of the person found mutilating or defacing my fence, buildings or trees. . , , J; W.- DOBRTN(?TON. A PASO DEL NORTE ROMANCE. DugrUpEr a Correspondent f'tlie Buffalo Express. The Butlalo Kxprtss cives a lenuthv storv ubuut the Juarez "Queen of Gamblers" from which the Sentinel tukes the following "It ia a long time ago that Louna Paquita. rultrcl at Paso de! Norte, Mex., over th'o 'cowboys and outlaws and greasers. It will be a much longer time until her successor ap pears. Gambling as a fine and all consumine art with women is not so marked as in old 'days, when laws were fewer and crimes were commoner Women play at games of chance, perhaps, just as devoted ly as of yore', but the days have passed when it was not 'an extra ordinary happening for a woman, fair and gentle, to outplay cowboys, outlaws and gamblers and not only win all their money, but also drain the hank, Louna Paquita often did this. 'And who among the old timers of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona does not remember Louna Paquita? She of the black hair and laugh ing eyes; whose cheeka were bright as morning, whose smile muddled the brain and confused the- fingers of the deftest dealer. Close your eyes again and see the slim petite figure at the gatnBling table and hear once more the soft voice nam ing the card which seemingly could not resist the charms of the player. Listen as of old to the sympathy and sorrow lavished on the losers as the queen of gamblers gathered up her winnings when there was nothing lett the others to lose. True, that the Paquita has been dead these fifteen years, but the oldeBt gambles will stop his play to tell you of her, and his hard, cold face will relax and his voice will soften as he tells you of the one woman he acknowledged as his mistress in his art. "Louna Paquita, or as she was known, the Paquita, was born in Chihuahua 1850. No one knows who or what her parents were. When a child about twelve years ttld, a gambler named Qualetor found her homeless and friendless in the city in whicn she was born . She was then remarkably pretty . Qualetor taught her all his tricks with the cards. He spent hours instructing her in the intricacies of Mexican monte. She learned rapidly soon equaling Qualetor in skill and dexterity. "None of the old tim'ers have for gotten her first appearance at Paso del Norte. She was 16 years old and small for her age. She came with Qualetor, who said he was her uncle. When Qualetor was there to gamble he practically lived at Lark Garrettson's. Garrettson ran the biffeest eambline house on th& border- His game was practically without limit. The Paquita ap peared clinging closely to her alleg ed uncle. The bank expected Qualetor, who was a heavy player, and had made proper preparations for his play. As Qualetor played the Paquita stood beside him silent and observant. Luck was against the Mexica'ii Erld he lost heavily. Finally, when his pile of gold had diminished to a few coins, he turn ed to the Paquita, and shoving the money before her, said gruffly,' ''Here, child, win with them . " "Ueaier ana piayers sumeu bvui pathetically; thinking Qualetor had quit backing his luck for the night and desired to let the child amuse Herself a moirient before he went ttway. ihe raquita seatea nersen, .. , IP leaning both elbows on the table, with her hands supporting her chin. The play went on. ine child won. As she played the (Wlrir p.vfid her in wonder. It was not strarige that a child krfetf how to gamble, bat never before had child played with such skill and judgment. The bank lost rapiaiy The Paquita won bet atter Det. The heapg of gold grew on the table in front of her. Decks were chang ed, but without avail. The batfk continued to lose. A new dealer was tried but with no better suc cess than the first. The Paquita's luck was amazing. The dealer and the child faced each other. The bahlr lost. Tbren Garrettson Highest of all in Leavening RoYal Absolutely himaelf the took cards. He was famed as the shrewdest gambler on the border. But he coufd not beat the child. Finally We said. "Here is what is left in the bant It matches your winnings. Win or lose, the next draw take.-i it?" "The Paquita nodded. The king lay 6n the board. "I nlay a kins in the doori" she snid in Spanish. The spectators gasped. Such still Even dealt risk was follv. There was half the deck against her. Garrettson smiled. He The king stood in the door. Tl)e Paquita had won. Garrettson's bank had been broken and broken by a child . According to the Buffalo discover er of Paquita she killed herself in New Mexico to escape arrest as the leader of a gang of outlaws . The Discovery saved His Life. Mr. G. Caillouettce, Druggist, JBeavera- ville, 111,, says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from tlie first dose Began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial bottle at Gonder & Co. Drugstore A Mechanical Horrori Machinery is a riionthly journal published at Johannesberg, South Africa. In the October number just received is an account of a most remarkable clock belonging to a Hindu prince, which the editor thinks the strangest piece of ma chinery in India. Near the dial of an ordinary-looking clock is a large gong hung tin poles, while under neath, scattered on the ground, is a pile of artificial human skulls, ribs, legs, and arms, the whole number of bones in the pile being equal to tho number of bones in twelve human skeletons. When the hands of the clock indicate the hour of 1, the number of bones needed to form a complete human skeleton come together with a snap; by Bomb' mechanical contrivance the skeleton springs tip, seizes a mallet, and walking up to the gong, strikes one blow. This finished, it returns to the pile and again falls to pieces . When 2 o'clock, two skeletons get up, and strike, while at the hours of noon and hridnight the entire heap springs up in the shape of twelve skeletons, and strikes, each one after the other, a blow on the gong, and then fall to pieces, as be fore. Cure for Hoaaacno. As a remedy for all. forms of Headachs electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent euro' and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and. give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases lone resist the use of this medicines Try it once! Large bottles only fifty cents at Gonder & Co. Drug store. Young man, bear this thought ever in mind: The world owes you a living but you rdust act as your own agent in collecting the debt." To collect tKe debt in full will keep vdii hurtling twelve to fourteen hours a day, b4ut don't get discour aged. Keep at it persistently no matter how manv rebuild you re ceive. The world hates to pay its debts, but when it sees that you are determined to have your own you will be paid a Hundred centsloh the dollar and the rifoney deposited in a national bank subject to your order, says an exchange. Buckon's Arnica salve The Best Salve in the world, for Cuts Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Rheum.," Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilbrains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively euro Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re minded. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale by W.T. Gonder & Co. XX7"ANTED:-Scvcral trustworthy gentlpmeti y V r ladies to travel in Arizona for estab fished, reliable house Salary S7S0 and expenses Steady position. Enclose reference and self ad dressed stamped envelope. Tho Dominion Com- psif, Third riosr, Orraia Building; Chicago, III Power. Latest U. S. Gov't fUport Baking pure A receftl subscriber to a Georgia newspaper writes to tho editor to stop his newspaper and makes this explanation: "1 thing people nu- tent to spend their luuney fur pa- nurs mi daddv didn't and cvorv- tWv sfl Ho wn. t.h rntii;,r-ntaf. man m the kentry and had the smartest family of bois that ever dug taters.' Atlanta Gorutitution. A PIANO FOR $40! I! Chicago; mo3t prominent music house, Lyon & Healy, have a number of slightly uded and second-hand pianos, taken in trade, used in concert and in fact not brand new instruments, which they have determined to sacri fice rather than to try to make room; for. These instruments compriae. Square pianoa at HO, $65, $90, 10O and $125. Upright pianos at $125 $140, $150, $165, $190, $200, $225, $240, and upward. Grand piano3 at $200," $250, $300 and upward. Nearly all originally sold for from two to four times their present price. Almost all prominent makes (in squares and up rights) are represented, including among numerous others Chickeriug;' JCnabe, Steinway, Weber, Decker,' Steck, Fisher, etc. This is an oppor tunity that wU not occur again, as Lyon & Healy never had so niany pianos of this class before. Imme diate attention is necessary. A good plan would be to order a piano, leav ing the selection to Lyon & Healy. However, they will send a list and full particulars upon application. Any piano not proving satisfactory may be returned at their expense. Address at tlleirnew salesrooms, comer Wabash Avenue ami Adams Street, Chicago. Distance is no obstacle in taking ad vantage of this remarkable chance to obtain a piano) for in proportion to the saving, to be made, the freight charges are insignificant. If you do not already know them by reputation, any banker will assure you of Lyon Sj Healy's entire responsibility and re cord of over a third of a csntury for honorable dealing. Write to day so as to avoid disappointment. The Celebrated Pure Cream Rye Whisky kept in stock by John Shanssey at his Crystal 1'alace Saloon in the Mode3ti block, is nronounced by his many pat rons lo be the finest flavored whis ky in Yuma. ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN INVESTMENTS . Important toA'mericanB seeking English Capital for new enterprises. A Hat con taining the names and addresses of 350 suc cessful promoters who have placed Tor 100,00o;000 Sterling In Foreign Invest ments within the last six years, and over 18,000,000 for the seven months of 1895. Price 5 or $25, payable by Psstal Order t Tht London and Universal Bureau of In vestors, 20, Cheapside, London, E. C. Subscribers will be entitled,4 by arrange-, ment with the, Directors to receive either personal or leiters of introduction to any ot these successful promoters. This list is First Class in every Mapect, arid every man or firm whose name appear therein may be depended upon . For p!t-; r g the following it will be found invaluable Bonds or Shares of Industrial, Commercial, and Financial concerns, Mortgage loant, Sale of Lands, Patents, or Mines. Directors: SLR EDWARD C. ROSS. HON.'WALTER C. PEPY8. CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFE. Copyright SOCIAL ECONOMIST, A JOURNAL OF STATESMANSHIP, ECONOMICS and FINANCE.' EDITED by Geo. Gtuitorf, PrcNldeHt Scliool ef Social Economics. 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