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ARIZONA SOUTHEASTERN R, R.
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ally exespt Suidajr. PaciSi'tirne.
. J.FsaT General Manager.
A. Nauclk, L H. Alrkzcht.
Assistrat General Manager. Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
North stations South
ta pro Lv Phonis Ar 3 ooam
l.35pn Terupe 120am
.opn Kyreae it 55 p m
j.l5pm Sacatcn 1330pm
a. 45 pro Varic pa 13 10 p m
U. H. Hosshf.ix. Gen. Supt.
Mirer is quoted at CS
Miss Ethel Robinion 1 visiting from
The enthusiasm o, Bryan admirers
was still manifest last nigbl.
A. Hill returned to Bitbee
Morning on the outgoing coach.
X. H. Emanuel went over to Bitbee
this morning by ptivate conveyance.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior tn nil others.
A splendid rain struck Tombstone
at 20 minutes to 3 this afternoon and
il is still coming down as we go to
Cbas. Wilkes had his examination
fesfcre Justice Alvord today n charge
Of resisting an officer and was bound
ver before the grand jury under f 2,
Mrs. L, Arrow, whose announce
ment appears in another eolumn, has
pent the past 5 months in Aiizona in'
the interest of her medicine, and at
every paint baa been given favorable
newspaper mention. Every Tomb
stone lady should attend her lecture.
In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T
A. McFariand a prominent merchant
of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal.waj taken
with a very heavy cold. The pains in
his cbest were so severe that he had
pastas and was threatened with
pneumonia, His father gave him
several large doses of Chamberlian's
Cough Bemedy which broke up the
ough and cured him. Mr. McFar-
landsajs whenever his children have
croup he invariably gives tlem
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and il
always cures them. He considers it
thsj best cough remedy in the market.
Forsale by Tombstone Drug Store. M
rilgbest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADZ-
A pare Crape Oeapi of Tartar Powder. Fset J
T,m ' " 1 "TntTin"isIViiitit,
4f 1US tm STANDARD).
AKreement entered tuto in behalf of
their respective governments by Ma
tias Itomero, Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary of the
United Mexican States, and Kichard
Gluey, Secretary ol Staitt of the Uuiltd
States ot Ametira, providing; for tk
reciprocal crossing of the international
boundary line by the troops of their
respective governmentr, in pursujt o!
Kid'a band ef hostile ludiaus on con
ditions bercinnftcr stated :
ARTICLE I. It is agreed that the
regular fedetal troop of the two re
publics may reciprocally cios the
buunJary line of the two couutiie
when thvy are in clore purauit of
Kid's band of hoitile Iudians on the
eouditions etattd in the following
Akiicle II. lt is understood for
the purpose of this agreement, that
uo Indian tcout of the government of
the United States of America shall be
allowed to crccs the boundary line,
unless be gees as a guide and trriler,
unarmed, and with the proviso that,
in no case more than two scouts ehall
attend each company or detachment.
At.TlCLE III. Tim reciprocal crott
iDg agreed upou in article 1 ehall only
take plac iu the uninhabited or dceurt
pat is of said boundary line. For the
purpores of this agreement the unin
habited or deerl parts are defined to
be ail points that are at least tt u kilo
meters distant from any eDCaniptuepl
or tvwn of either countiy.
Article IV. Xo crowing of troops
of t-ilbvr country shall lake place
from Capitan Lea, a town on the Mex
ican side of the ltto Grande, eighty
four kilometers (52 English miles)
above Pedras Negras, to the mouth of
the KIo Grande.
Article V. The commander of
troops croesing ih frontier iu pursuit
of Indians, shall at the time of cross
ing, or before if possible, gne notice
of hid match to the neatest military
commauder, or civil authority, of the
country whose territory he is about t
Article VI. The pursuing force
shall retire to its own territory as
scon as it shall have chastise! Kid's
baud of hostile Indians, or bate lost
his trail; but if, during the pursuit of
that baud, it sattet with other hostile
iLd.ans, tbey may elia'liee them as if
thofe first named wer concerned. In
no case shall the forces of the two
countries, reciprocally, establish them
selves or regain in the foreign coun
try longer than is ntcessary to enable
them to pursue the band whose trail
they are following.
The temporary loss of the trail aw
ing to rain or any other accident,
shall not be deemed sufficient cause
for abandoning the purbuit or for
wltbdrawinKthv) pursuing foice, when
there is a reasonable pro-peel of soon
finding the trail again by mean of a
Akticlk. VII. Any abuses that
may bo committed by the forces cross
ing into the territory of the other
Saiios .hill be psniiuca by the Gov
ernment to which such forces belong,
according to the gravity of the offence
and in conformity with its laws, as if
the abuses bad been committed in its
own territory, the said Government
being further under obligation to with
draw the guilty parties from the
Article VIII. In the case of of
fences committed by the inhibitants
of one country against tbe force of the
other that may be within the limits of
tbe former, the Government of fcaid
country shall only b responsible to
tbe Government of the other for
dental of justice in tbe puciebment of
tbe guilty parties.
Auticlk IX4 This provisional
agreement shall remain in lorcb until
Kid's band of hostile Indians shall be
wholly exterminated or surrendered
to one of the two Governments.
Al.TI(LK X. The gentlit of the
United Mexican States having author
ized the President to conclude this
agreement, it shall take effect immed
In testimony whereof we have
signed this sgreemtnt this 4th day of
Killed hr tlsrhtajlfsT'
Lest Sunday night about 8 o'clock
Epiridnn Montoyn. was f killed, by
lightning at his ranch about five miles
above town. The man had retired for
the night and when killed was ulone
His brother, Ramon Montoja, who
lives on the same ranch, butiu difier
eut house, was the first to discover tbe
dead body. He missed bU brother
early the next morning and Kent te
his hotue to call him and made the
discovery. A coroner's inquest was
he'd by Justice Judia on Monday
evening. Tho dictated was about 45
yeare old and unmarried. Bulletin.
I low to Cure ItUuiuut!iu.
Al-aoo. CopsKCo., Ob.,Nov. 10 1893.
I wieli to inform you of the great
good CiiHinberUin's Pain Balm has
done my wife. She has been troubled
with rheumali'ni of the arms and
hands for rix month, and has tri-d
remedies prescribed f'r that complaint
but found tio relief until the ued this
Pain ISn'm; one bjltle of which has
completely mred her. I take pleas
ure in recommending it for that trou
ble. Yours truly, C. A. l)UIXOk. 50
cent and $1.00 bottles for sale by
Tombstone Due Co. M
The Old Dominion Co. anil its
Arizona Greets Y J. Bryrn.
the President To Be.
When llm news ariivpd that W. J
Bryan. f Nebraska, was nonunntid,
the following congratulatory telegram
wag eent him from Phenix.
"Arizona congratulates you and
sends greetings of democracy. God
bless you. B. A. Fsckas,
Chaiiman of the Democratic Central
M. H. Williams,
Chairman of Maricopa County Central
Several private telegrams fieni Phenix
aho went the new president, to be.
Prsscott and Kogalei held ratifica
tion meetings and sent congratulatory
Mr. U.Caillouette, Druggist, Beaver
-irlllc, IlL, eay8 : "To Dr. King's 'ew
risccverj I owe my life, Was taken
with La Grippe and trieu all the phy
sicians, but of no avail and wss given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King's Xew Diecovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and beean its use
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and about again. It is worth Hs
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or lioute without it." Get n fret t tail
t the Tombstone Drug Store.
Mr L-;m Overlook is in frr.m hie
ranch iu the SulpherSpring valley, on
As a result of tbe visit of G. M.
Hjams, from Boston, representing the
Old Deminiou Copper Mining com
pany, ttie disagreement between the
company . and it employees was
quickly and satisfactorily adjusted and
work resumed on Monday.
Th Globe Belt says Mr. H ranis was
waited tipun Tburrday evening by a
committee of tlm miners, to wh'iin be
submitted the proposition of the com
pany whicb, briefly stated, was that
the company uas willing to resume
eper&tions without unnecessary delay
and restore the wage in force under
the old company, their predecessors,
or adopt the Buffalo tcale, practically
the same, which is $.1 for men in the
mine and smelter and $2 50 for gen
eral labor about the surface.
Everything a-ked by the men was
conceded, except that the company
reserve the right to employ whom it
pleased, free from dictation and with
out a formal recognition of tbe Min
On Friday evening a meeting of tbe
Old Dominion em ploy sis and other
mines in the camp was held at thn
rcliool hotue, and tlis proposition wat
without argument put to a vote and
unanimously ami enthusiastically ai -cepted.
Mrs. L. Arrow will give au illtutrat
ed Health talk to ladies onlv ut S. hief
Min Hall tomorrow (Wednesday)
evening at 7:30 sharp. This lecuro
is free. 'I ho lecture u instructive and
interesting and all ladies should uet
fail to be ou baud. Kemember the
place nnd date. 2t.
District Attorney Swain returned
last night from Benson where he went
to prnscute a caie a cutting affray
between Mexicanr. As a result one
is held to appear before the grand jury
and two other countrymen will eerro
15 aud 20 days respectively iu the
.Goi .t3IcKinUy, Tens district P.
Moore and L. Gjs'i.
TO CLEAX.SK THE SYSTEM.
Effectually yet gently.iso when tive or
billious or hen the blod cosimpire or
slugtfUh. toj permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidt eys and
liver to a bealty activity, without imui
ing or weakening them, to dispel bead
aches, coldsor It vers use Sytup of Figs.
Dr. A. M. Pratt, of Wichita, Kan ,
who is known throughout tho grans
hopper state a the father ol the Pop
ulist party, says that "the Populists,
like the abolitionistx, are ready to suf
fer absorption to win their cause.'
Such expressions ate accepted as
guarantee of good faith in ihe silvti
The Worlds Pair Testi.
showed no baking po-vdzt
so pare cr so great !n Icov
enlnz parser at to Pivuf
FOIt SALE CHEAP A hove Bnd
bu:gy; horte gentle, bucgy " bar
ness in good order. Will sll chuap.
For fuither particulars, call at 01
adnress ihw ottlce. jC-lw
uarj 'BLUOO 1-OISON pertninrcuj
cored In 1J to3S daj a. Yon can be treated at
noma iorsaxne prlco under same truaraa
ty. If Ton prefer to come herairflwinr.
coeaarm.lt we tall to euro. If jou bare ulea mer
enry. Iodide notanh. and still haro acbei and
palm. Macons Vatches In mouth. Sore Throat,
l'lmples. Copper Colored 8paU, Ulcen on
SKwV.1?.0 ""'"flror Errbrowa faltln$
oat. It Is tbls Secondary ULoOl) I'OISO1
cate cases and chaUenco tho world foro
enj we cannot curru TbU dL-easo hai 1b.(
tin ftlrdtheskm or tlie most eminent n'lT.'l
clana. SSOO.OOO capital beblnd our nneonij.
Uonal rnarantr. Absoluteproorssentecaledon
tppUcjtlon. Addrera COOK liGMEDV CtJL.
07 ililonlc Temple, CUIUAUU, "Tm
P. B. WARNEKROS,
ANY PERSON mVINn A SF.COND
hand wmdnuli for vile. crvip for cah, can
dispo-e of the lutne. if in tood order, by ad
drtsyins Itox 438. Tucon. Ariz nt.
1 lave iu
"en enl ired poitraies at
b'cmtV Procuie a ticket and ,etone
T ANTED AN EVERGCTIC MAN TO
estlbluh branch oftice here ico. Der
month salary. Fo. iu 1 information, address
Rci 6. 373 S. Main St. Lo Angeles, Calif.
Viricide Chenuca Co.
Beanuful ladies dress goods.at cost at War-sekros'
His Mammoth Stock Ot
Boots & Shoes
1 ai i.i-
1 'i -11
The Tombstone eontiugent at tbe
sea shore writu they are all enjoying
themselves where the cool sea breezts j
blow. Santa Monica is the favorite
resort. Santa Catalina aUo holds a
number of Arizonans from this sec
Lieut Col. John M. Btcou, 1st Cav
alry, has been ordertd to the command
at Fort Huachuct, Ati:na,and l.ieut.
Col. Emeraor H. Lisaom, 21lh Infan
try, has been ordered to relieve Col.
Bacon at Fort BijaTd, "w Meiii-u.
El Pao Herald.
Twenty thousand dollars worth of
Arizona bonds were sold in Phunix
yesterday and the chances are that
eevnral thousand more will be sold to
day. There is no danger but what tjiej
entire issue will be eold within the
nex few weeks. Gazette.
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, wwvyirr v SEE?
j DURHAM V'i'-X yV . .'I
Yon vlli flml ons coupon
Inilde cmch two oaacc 1St
nd two coupons lnildc ctmen
four ounce- batg of B2ack
well's Dnrhmnru Out- m. hag
of this clebrted. tobacco
-a4 -d ih-tospoa tr!iJc2i
glTcs a list of Tttluableprr
cnts svnd ixovr o get tlirm
-J. .-- Jtt
Jake Trobridge came to town yes
terday with half a dozen fine horses
which he bad purchased on Salt river
for bis Tombstone and Fairbanks stage
line, and leaves this morning for the
city of doleful name. Jake is one of
tbe test drivers in the country and one
ot the best fellows. Florence Tribune.
A Boise, Idaho, man having adver
tised he would not be responsible for
debts contracted by bis wife, she re
torts that "he never paid any of my
bills for my clothes or anything else
in the nineteen years I hare been
married to him. He is now walking
around town with a suit of clothes on
that I paid $15 for."
I: ytt wj ;
'tabs, use aai
a iuc rcuet for
t Eras tn T.'iko
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pia .a tuc tic, side.
?&. 40 Mincfei
Nst cat of the hcit of counterfeits isd ixita-
l-i jl 1 v. 1 u. X'03C " "
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We lieyeclfulhj Solicit) The Trade oj All Residents C
1,0140 wumy. xo JroulW to Shorn Goods.
Convince Yourself oj Tlie
X Plossoer'a Racsssmeis4ffl4s.
Mr. J. W. Venible, of Downey a
pioneer of Los Angeles County, CaL,
say: 'Wheseyer I am troubled with a
pain in the stomach or with diarrhoea I
use Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, i have used it for
years, know it to be a reliable- remedy
and recommend it to every one.' For
sale by Prpggisis
A pardon was granted by the gov
ernor yaststrday to David Ruiz, sent to
the penitentiary from Graham .county
for grand larceny. Tbe pardsm was on
the ground of newly discovered
evidence that trnderd to exonerate
the men, and the petition waa signed
by the judge of tbe court, tbe' pro
secuting attorney and the prosecuting
witness. Ruiz had several years yet to
CORNER oTH A. FCEMON'T ST1 E 2TS. .
MINERS AND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS? BUCKEYE
IXI'BOVSD AOKICULTUBAL IK
rPLEKBNTS, ijro CBLEEBATED
leld a.ed Cjeuul-J
We Mean Business,
H W 1 8Soil
GfVE USA CALL
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