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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 7 December 1885

t 6. hj t v l4 THE DAELY 'TO STON Old Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 7. '85. Volume 1V.N. 104 Exhibition Exhibition. Dolls, Toys, - ( 1 1 J f And Fancy Goods SO The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac ounls will be closed, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except for cash. We take this joethod of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so tahtthey will not ask for credt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to 20 per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We are compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will nut deviate from this iule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Dont Forget. What! THAT MRS. WOOD3 ha the most elecant rooms in town, single or in suite. TIRE IN ALL ROOMS IF REQUIRED. Terms Reaso...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 7 December 1885

ui r i 'tr ii i II.. " li h'l t" V'l W 93 t I ft 'f w V i 8 Ml- ( if! U I' 1' ;f'i '.Li if &.' i , ;V' Gcu. CrlAMBimIItoporl. YVarim.votox, December !. Briga ndier General Crook, commanding the department of Arizona, in his annual iopoit describes at consideral length the Hri'iim-timco which attended the outbreak of the Chiricalius under Ger ouiino, Muiiguri and other chiefb last cpiing, and deelaies substantially that the want of harmony between the acents nf the interior department and the military maks such outbreak possible. He nays that upon return ing to tjje department of Arizona in 38S2, he found the Apaches huddled about the agency where there was no land to cultivate. The Indians com plained of this, and the agent, Mr. Wilcox, acknowledged the justice ol the complaint, but said lie was acting in Miiet compliance with the orders iu keeping them there. He uaid.how ever, that if General Crook would take the whole responsibility of their man agement lit- ( ilco.x) would ma...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 7 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. THE riTir AND POINT OF vi'KUYTiriXG CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Anjr Item ot News That May Transpire. Knights of Pythias meet to-night. The supervisors juljournt'il to-day until Monday next. Sheriff Bob Paul, of Pima, left this morning by coach for Tucson. Justice Miller of Benson, accompa nied by his wife are in this city. A bar of bullion was shipped from Girard mill to-day. -. Porter, of Benson was in town to-day. The team selected by theRescueHore Company to run in the match race on Christmas day, train every morning. County taxes will become delin quent two weeks from to-day. "Elite." Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received at Summcrfield Bros, d-1 The arrangements for the Firemen's ball on New Year's Eve have all been completed. Zephers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy goods, at the New Stare. Master Charlie Wallace, son of Judge Wallace, is expected home from school this evening. Fine Teas and CoffeeJ s sp...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 7 December 1885

" 111 I ! I'll? i n ffl i "1 Hi 15 1 T ! W f i IL1 "' , ? -. &' I r J m Pu.. $500 REWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested in me by the Board of Supervisors of Cociii County at a regular meeting of taid Board, held on the Ctli day of October, lfcS.", 1 hereby offer u tuwaid of 5?300 for the ap jnvheitsion d.-ad or alive, of the icnegade Apache Chief Geroniuio. And by the aanie authority I ofier a further reward of $250 for the appehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geiouimo's band cf renegide Indians who have br-i euiiajred with him in his murde ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprelu nsion, to earn the above rwaid. must be made by som person or persons not in the military seivice of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff. J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. lUvinn i-ecurcd llic .tniccs of .1. y. FAKKETT, A. First-Olass Ciatter. Fiom Dcmer, First-Class Workmauslii .uiC a Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STREET. Near Crystal Palaoe. NOTICE" " To the Tax Payers of...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 8 December 1885

' sr'Zi'. ? t THE AIM TO TONK. Old Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY RVENIS DEOEMBEU 8. '85. Volume IV, NO. 105 Exhibition. Exhibition. Dolls, Toys. Games, ... v And Fancy Goods The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac cunts will he closed, and no new ones will he opened. Nothing hf-cafiei- can go ojt of the store except for cash, We take thL; .ethod of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so tahtthey will not asdc for credt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to 20 por cent below rnier prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We nre compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will nut deviate from this lule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS DontForget.What! THAT MRS. WOODS ha llie mo-t elecant rooms In town, single or in suite. JIKE IN ALL ROOMS IF REQUIRED. Term Rcujonab...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 8 December 1885

i VII 1 i s-; m m mi W El -Ml or. .di A m far Is j II r i ' ' I'li'lma e London, December 7 The political ituation to-night is one of perplexity to all UritUli politicians. The liberals close the week with a tie with the tories and the Purnclitcs combined. There are, however, enough coustitu ences to vote to make the whole issue of absolute uncertainly, and a glance at the history of the campaign will make the reason of this plain. Wnen Mr. Gladstone was defeated in the par liamentory vote in which the home rulers withdrew their strength from him, ho knew that hi absentee votes added to the otes that ha tallied would be more than buflicicnt to over come the entire allied opposition, lie was disgusted with his whole relation hip to the Irish party, and confident in 'd strength resigned power in or der to regain a new foundation. "Whenever lie should be independent enough of the Irish members he de sired to have at his back u British majority, o that whateer he might do for Ireland, i...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 8 December 1885

h GENERAL NEWS. he pith and point or WKllYTIIINQ CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. Old Boreas made things howl, greater portion of last night. "Kllte." Zenhers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy goods, at the New Stere. The school marms were still under going a rigid examination as wo go to press. Fine Teas and Coffeej s apecialty at K. P. Mansfield's. Judge Robinson went to Bisbee on Sunday and is expected home to morrow evening. Blankets and quilts very cheap at the New York Store. "Elite." A stove was a luxury to-day that i if you had any wood or coal to burn in it. The members of the Tombstone Dramatic Club will meet this evening All new stvle dress goods, at the New York Store Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunbar, of Tres Alamos, are in the city. Full stock ialf boots foi $1 at J. Movers Bros. Sam Katzenstein of Charleston was in town again to-day. Dyar & Baldwin have a line let of live Thanksgiving turkeys....

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 8 December 1885

f'Bi; n it ia f i III BUT" H. if Ml i- $500 REWARD By virtue of t'icauthority vested in me by tlie Board of Supervisors of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the 6th day of October,18S5, I hereby offer a ievard of $500 for the ap. prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I ofler a further reward of $250 for the appiehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf reneg ide Indians who have br"i engaged with him in his murde ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must be made by soma person or persoas not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff. J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Hsvinir ciurd the services of J. W. PAKKETT, A. First.-Olo.ss Cu.ttei. Fiom Dcmer, First-Class Workmanslii and ii Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STKEJET. Near Crystal Palace. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona: The Territorial and...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 9 December 1885

U'-y c TON & Old SonV TOMBSTONE. ARIZON . WEDNESDAY KVENlNtt. DECJBAIBBK i. '85. Volume IV. NO. 106 Exhibition. Exhibition. THE Dolls, Toys, Games, i ..f I And Fancy Goods SO The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would infornr their friends and patrons that all ac ounts wlU he closed, and no new ones will he opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except for cash, We take this jaethod of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so tahtthey will net ctk fcr eredt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will &ell our goods, from 13 to 20 per cent below vraer pricc for cash and positively no credit to any one, We re compelled to take this step owing ro the dul! time, and will not deviate from this rule with any person whatsoever- Respectfull-. SUMMERFIELD BROS DontForget. What! THAT MRS. WOODS ha tin- mo-t vleiMiit room in town, miikIc or in suite. Fir.E IN' ALL K00M3 IP REQUIRED. Term Rci...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 9 December 1885

: i j wi :,:'I.JM w f! ft ;i tHW i at m HE DAILY TOMBSTONE The rioistrr Viuh ot ll:c fumy. DECEMBER U .18W Pfc'Itf ISHED EVEKV EVENING, "uudays Excepted.) SUMMONS XX THE JI'STK'E'S COl'ItT. , KECI.NCT X No. one. In tlio Count of C'oeb'sr, Tem'or r Ailrona. A. J.Itlllir. Trustee for Cadwill.1 Manfo (1. pisimitr. mi, W. 1'. Join-. defendant; bcf.net". K. .lioid. J. 1.. lieiiiauil $HM. 0. TlieTeniiorj I .r mm seiid gree ing u V . I'.. loud, iltf dai t: You nic lien by uniianncd and required to appear 1'i-fnre me a my office In Torab-I i e, dim J uf I'o IiIm-. on the 2oth da January. A. D. Inmj. at 10 o'clock a. in., 'o ancwei thee niplaiut or the abut e uiminl plaintiff, wlio di'inl)(l if on that Jim are Indebted him III tbe (.urn of oiie butidred aud four 80-100 dollar, for uoods. a en anl tin ichandUe, supplied to yo i by plaiutid'. at jour -pedal iii'atice aud re uue.1, uurmiMbeic ri-lvl and lv . Aidli you fall to appear atd ai wer e:iiilc"in.lsl! t a here in it-qulred. tbe plaintif...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 9 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. jtk ririr axv I'oixr of vi'KKYTllIXO CUltliEXT. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, Who Aio. Always on the Alert for Any Item ot Xews That Mny Transpire. The A. 0. U. W. meet to-morrow night. Don't pass the Fifth street News Depot, but come, in and examine the stoek. 12-1 County taxes will become delin (luent on the 21st of this month. Our stoek of boots and shoes are me finest this side of San Francisco, at Summerfield Bros. Ho, for the skating rink on Satur day afternoon. Mr. Dan Ieucli, the genial propiietor of the Maison Doree reeeiveil to-day five hundred eastern shell oysters and Dan defies any cook in town to beat him in serving them to his nil-, merous customers in the different tsyles. 12-4 Mr. W. 11. Westcoate left this morning for Los Angeles. The best wishes of his many friend go with him. Zenhers. varus, and all kinds of fancy goods-, at the New Sure. Mr-THhas. Conrad, who has been be fore the Hoard of Examiners for the past two days will leave for his h...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 9 December 1885

liim' w il t ' ft W) u M ". m ' $500 REWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested in me by the Board of Supervisors of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the Gth day of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a leward of $300 for the ap. prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a further reward of $250 for the appzehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band -f renegade Indians who have br engaged with him in his munle ouh raids through Cochise County. Such apprehtnsiou, to earn the above rewards, must bo made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. HtTinir i-ccurt d the .services of J. W. PARRETT, A. Flrsr-Olass Cixtter. Fiom Denver. First-Class Workmaiislii anC a Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STREET Near Crystal Palace. NOTICE. To tlie Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona: The Territorial and County T...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 10 December 1885

" ( Volume IV, NO. 107 Old Serias TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 10. '85. Exhibit ion. Exhibit! THE HAUL jl K JWJL JrSS A pjl Mud n Dolls, Toys, - Games, i ft - j. if lr (' And Fancy Goods The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Sura mui field Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac ounLs will be closed, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except for cash, we taKe uiv method of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so tiht they will net a&k for credt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to 20 per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, Ve nre compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will not deviate from this iule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Dont Forget. What! THAT MBS. WOODS ban tlic moit eleirant room in town, inf-lc or in suite. FIKE IN ALL ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 10 December 1885

sfKfe. vCS4bihSteikiM X.. ES i n ft n 4" rt - I is.1 j n i THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The I'ioueer Daily ot the (unip. DECEvlBE.'. 10 .1888 PUUM-MIED EVEl'K EVENING, 'Hiiudujs Excepted.) nr JAMBS J. NASH. SUMMONS IN THE JUs.TI('K'S COURT. .RECrKCT No. or t. In the Countvof Cocb'se, Terrl'or of A I ona, A. J. Kit" r. Trustee fur Cadwrll Jfc Maufj d. plain Iff. v. W. F. June . defendant; brf-re I . K. Alxoid. J. P.. tenia d (1 4. 0. I'lii' Trr luirjr I Ar 7011a sei d gree lg o Vt 1'. Jn its, ief tdai t: You are hrieby stia.m ised a d required iu appear i efure me a myi.filce in Tiiratwi r, -'o in of o his oil "be 2olb day Januar). A. 1. 18Sd. at In o'clock a. ra.. osuswe tbv. niplalut if iheabove uam J plain. iff, who ikni udot jou lb.it jou are indebted ' him iu r sju. or ui c but ilrcd and four 30-100 do. lorn, fur l odi. uu e au i m icbandfi-, supplied to 0' by plaintiff, at our -pecial in ame and re q.ien.iiurn.s: ttieje 1 lstflai d 1(8 . A di yi.il f 1 1 to apuctr ai d a .wcrsaldc m Ui ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 10 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. IIR PITH AXD POIXV OF WKIlVTIIIXG CU lilt EST. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, Who Aie Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. The ladies of Benson will give a grand ball at Knights of Pythias hall on Christmas night. Don't forget that the skating rink will open to-morrow evening with a social dance. Don't pass the Fifth street News Depot, but come in and examine the Btock. 12-1 We are perfectly willing that the Epitaph should think that we are the "Cuter" for we keep it in btock at this office. Our stock of boots and shoes are iiie finest thi hide of San Francisco, at Suinmerlicld Iiro. The message of Grover Cleveland which we publish in another column is the most wihy washy production of its kind that we have ever seen, and is a disgrace to its author. Mr. Dan Ieuch, the gen nl proprietor of the Maison Doree received to-day five hundred eastern shell oysters and Dm defies any cook in town to biat him in serving them to his nu-, merous custo...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 10 December 1885

.! m am) ,- i( , ' ' u1 I p Hi' fc. w u p. v $500 REWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested ia me by the Board of Supervisors of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the 6th day of October, 1883, 1 hereby offer a leward of S500 for the ap prehension, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a further reward of $250 for the appiehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band if reneg ide Indians who have br engaged with him in his murde ous raids througli Cochise County. Such apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must be made by some person or persons not in the militarv service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff. J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. llrvin' M'vuri d the services of W. PARKE TT, . Fii'st.-oio-ss Cutter. Fiom D(.ner, J. First-Class Workmanship jnc a Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STREET, Near Crystal Palaoe, NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona; The Territoria...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 11 December 1885

tbyU-W i. STON-XL A IHE May Old Series Exhibition. Dolls, Toys,' Games, And Fancy Goods J-. i The Goods -5 To The Public. r- From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac ounts will be closed, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except for cash, We take this method of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so taht they will not ask for credt which will be positively refused in all cases; there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to TO per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We sire compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will not deviate from this rule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Dont Forget-What! THAT MRS. WOODS baa the most elcirant rooms in town, single or in suite. KUE IS ALL ROOMS IF REQUIRED. Terras Reafonable. 61 7 Fremont St- Three Door AboTc 6th. MRS. M.L. WOODS, Prop RAPAGO CASH...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 11 December 1885

V m 1 1 (i Ui 1 j h If FV! JiF THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The Pioneer Daily 01 the Camp. DECEMBER 11 1885 PWBMMtKU KVEUY EVENING, 'S.iu0a6 Excepted,) JAMJSs'j. NASH. Seaate. Washington, Dec. 10. Promptly at noon General McCook, tecreUrj of of the senate, called the body to or der, and prayer was offered by the chaplin, Rev. Duntlvytfter which Sen ator Edmonds offered a reiolution de claring Senator John Sherman the president pro tem of the senate. Sen ator Voorhees moved the amendmtnt to strike. out the name of John Sher man, and insert instead the name of Iham Harris, which amendment w. voted down by a party vote, yeas, 29 nays 3.". Senator Sherman, without a division, was declared duly elected president pro trtn, Sherman and Har ris both abstained from voting. Upon the request of Secretary Mc Cook, Senator Sherman was escorted to the chair by Senators Edmundt and Voorhees, and the oath of office was administered to him by Senator Edmunds. Sherman said: Senators I return my grateful thank...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 11 December 1885

?UvO GENERAL NEWS. IIE PITTT AXI I'OIXT or wKirrTiiixa current. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. John Ruhling and wife left this morning for Colorado. NewX'irbnvnon and orange peel it It. 1. MansfiehK 12-11 tf Our old friend Mt.Muncy, of Chiri chuas, is in the eitr doing jury duty. i Xsir raisins and currants at 1. I' Mansfield's. 12-11 tf Mr. J. O. Dunbar has gone to No gales on a business trip. Mince meat and plum pudding at R. P. Mansfield's. 12 11 tf Mrs. Hayes and her daughter, Le ona, were in from the Bab.tconiari this morning. Fresh cranberries at It. I. Mam field's. 12-11 tf Mrs. James Coyle returned last evening from a visit to California, and old boy Jim it correspondingly happy. Spiced pigs feet and tongue at K. P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf Everybody is going to the social this evening, which is given in honor of the opening of the new skating rink. California, Eastern, Swiss, Holland and Pineapple chee...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 11 December 1885

Vfv 'lKi' . i 5 i ;V ilfli r "?! gft " a i.-i f . 4 't: .1 :i: ! m 'I $500 REWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested in me by the Board of Supervisors of Cochise County at a regular mectinjr of said Board, held on the Gth day of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a ievard of 500 for the ap proheiiMPii. dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geroniuio. And by the same authority I otter a furthf-r reward of S250 for the appieheiteion, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf renesr ide Indians who have br- charred with him in his murdei oiis raid- through Cochise County. Such appi obtusion, to earn the above rowai ds. must be made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, SherilK J. MONASOH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Ilvin; secured the services of .1. W. PAMETT, A. P'irst-Olo.ss Gutter. Fioin Dinvcr, First-Class Workmanship IVrfu-t FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STREJST. T"CLir Crystal Palacs. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers ofCo eliisi; Co...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
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