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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 12 December 1885

n Old Soni TOMBSTONE. A! IIZUN A. SA.TUHOAY KVENlNd. DEOEMBEK 12. '85. Volume IV. NO. 109 Exhibition. Exhibition. THE AIXY TCMBSTaNm Dolls, Toys, enroll, lc.v at K. 1 Mansflel " , Our old friend MrT. . f cliuas, is in the city ... s And Fancy Goods SOL. ISRAEL'S Tha Goods were Bought in the East for Gash and will be Sold at a To The Public. 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 jaethod of informing the public and our friends of our resolution so taht they will net a&k fcr 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 nner prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We ire compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will not deviate from this iule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully, SUMMER...

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. — 12 December 1885

- kL.s'i3i.oI w it--?' I 4 t ili ffl',1 mi II! . 14 w 9 7 k f i THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The Pioneer Daily oi the Camp. DECEMBER 12 1885 FVBMnhED EVKKY EVENING, 'Huuaajs Excepted.) nr JAMES J, NASH. Senate. Washington, December 11. After the introduction and reference of a number of billsthe senate at 1:10 p. m., on motion of Senator Ingalls ad journed. Among the bills introduced and re ferred after the transaction of lomt soutino business were the following. By Senator Cullom of Illinois To reimburse the several states for inter est paid on war loans. By Senator Jones of Arkansas To provide for the deposit in the treasury of the receipts of the money order system and for the payment of its ex penses out of appropriations, and also secure cheaper telegraphic corres pondence. By Senator Wilson of Iowa To prohibit the mailing of newspapers containing lottery advertisements, and prescribing a penalty for violation of the same. By St nator Palmer of Michigan To prevent the introduction and d...

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. — 12 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. vPfillvmriXG CUJtREXT. Points I Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, AViio Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. Mrs. W. B. Hopkins will return this evening from Tucson. Now citron, lemon and orange peel at 11. P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf J. 0. Dunbar is expected to return from Nogales to-morrow. Go to the Pony saloon for the latest drink, Beef Tea. Cal Finch departed for his home in Benson this morning. New raisins and currants at It. P Mansfield's. 12-11 tf Chas. Harris will be on deck to morrow evening at the Elite saloon. There is telegram at It. P. Mans. field's for Mr. Griffin. Mince meat and plum pudding at It. P. Mansfield's.. 12 11 tf County Recorder Jones has received a complete set of new record books and corresponding blank. Spiced pig feet and tongue at It P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf To-morrow being the Lord's day us well as a day of re6t, our churches should he crowded. California, Extern, Swi ss, Holland and Pineapple cheese at It. P. Mans...

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. — 12 December 1885

: wv2' DM MS l III' li In PI RJ 6600 REWARD By virtue of ficauthority vested in 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 $500 for the ap prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I ofler a further leward of $250 for the app'.ehenbion, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf renejnde Indians who have br engaged with him in his murde ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must be made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. He vim: ccurcd the cervices of J. W. PAHKETT, A. F'rr-st.-Ola.ss Cutter. Fiom Dtner, First-Class Workmanship jna r Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH STREET, JSJar Crystal Fetlaoe. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona; The Territorial and County Ta...

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. — 14 December 1885

H THE rf- -., "9W Old Seritw TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MONDAY KVHN1NH, OKCEMBBU 14. '85. Vo,.ime Ir. NO. 110 ibition. SZsciiibit! on. RAILTTikMJBSTONEi. ElKJKH Dolls, Toys, i J And Fancy ' Goods The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Suin 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 axcept for cash, We take this juethod of informing the public and our friends of our resolution so tnht tic-y mill net ctk fcr credt which will be positive!' refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 1 5 to 20 per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We Jire compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will nut deviate from this rule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERF1ELD BROS Dont Forget. What! THAT MRS. WOODS ban tlic roost elctrant rooms in town, single or in suite. FIRE IK ALL ROOMS IF REQU...

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. — 14 December 1885

Vr. r.,t J. if m Ati Pr! si If I i ii itti! att'i i?iit kri .i r if' M M m m THE DAILY TOMBSTONE 'Ike i'ion Daily or the Camp. DECEMBER 14 18S5 PKBrifihED EVERY EVENING, 'nsi(lajs Excepted.) JAMES XJ. XASff. Mexican KamjjKlerw Killed. Galveston, Dec 13. Tho News' Easle Pass special says: Sheriff Oglesby, with Robert Dow and James Oliuer, rUited Delgado's ranch last evening with a warrant for the at rest of Manuel Drl:;ado on charges of sMaglicg and horse stealing. The ravcli is twenty miles below Eagle Pass, on the Kio Grande, and has been famous for many years as a general rendezvous for ho se thieves and oat laws from both republics. A gang tif Mexican smugglers and desperadoes road- it their headquartn. Arriving at the house the officers found Deljado asleep on the lower floor, and were about to s'ize him when lw awoke and tiaed at Dow, the bullet grarin- his head. The suwritF instantly fired, send mg a bullet through Delgado'd Lead. The til in;,' aroused the gang of thieves, who...

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. — 14 December 1885

,T " 1 GENERAL NEWS. ; pirn axd roixr of K-i'ir.M'TiriS'a CURRENT. Points JJotted Down By Our "Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. Three days mail arrived on Sunday night. New cit ou, lemon and orange peel at R. 1. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf The mail was two houa late last evening. New raisins and currants at K. P Mansfield'... "12-11 tf The churches were well attended yesterday. It is pretty snappish these morn ing, and especially so this morning. Mince meat and plum pudding at It. P. Mansfield's. 12 11 tf Joseph Burkett, the village black smith of Benson, arrived in this city last evening. Spiced pins feet and tongue at K. P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf Geo. W. Campbell, superintendent of the Cochise Copper Company of Dragoon Summit is visiting this city . California, Eastern, Swiss, Holland and Pineapple cheese at K. P. Mans field's. 12-11 tf Chas. Mauk yesterday received from Petrolieum & Nasby a commis sion as postmaster of Cave Canyon in th...

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. — 14 December 1885

- "'WW ?lfc a "'ygSfV Wfiauaa5ttiMgaf"'' t Jgatv ft' I $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 tith day of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a toward of $300 for the ap piuhensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a Further reward of S230 for the appichension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf renegide Indians who have bc"n usaged with him in his murde diis mills through Cochise County. Such apprehension, 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. Hi-Tina pi-curi d the services of J. W. PARKE TT, A. F'ir-sT.-Ola.ss Cutter. Fiom Dener, First-Class Woi'knmnislii) .int! a Perfect FIT Guaranteed! i u. MONASCH, FIFTH ST RESET, Near Crystal Ea.la.ce. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County,...

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. — 15 December 1885

. TOMBSTONE!. THE JLJLcj!L JLJLd jOL Old Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY KVI0N1 V(x. DEOBMBEK 1 5. '85. Vo.ame IV, NO. Ill ibition. ibitfon. E2UI EIj9V oils, Toys, Games, HynfotpF'- r "r ,i And Fancy Goods The Goods .a f ' VJJ. il !-. i,-JJw To The Public. From and after this date Sura merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac ounts wlllhecloted, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store axcept for cash, We take this method of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so taht they will net afck 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 creditto any one, We are compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will nut deviate from this iule with any person whatso ever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Dont Forget. What! THAT ME3. WOODS has the most elczant room in town, single ...

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. — 15 December 1885

' STo .eKStfi'.. . rsP'x?' ?WKSBSSe? flaC2B22i M l! VI ;rl .1 .si Si THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The Won Daily ot the Camp. DECEMBERS 18&5 PW'BT IMiED EVERY EVENING, 4iuiU Excepted.) ur JAMBS J. NASH. For Mkatiae Kink naaagerii. Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 14. A meet ing of roller rink managers and rep resentatives of roller skates of Amer ica, was held in this city this afternoon for the purpose of adopting rules to govern all skating contests. An or ganization was. effected. The national, rules were adopted. Kiel Ilurlccl. I.V.VIPKO, December, 14. The burial of Louis, Kiel took place this morning at St. Iionifice.in the French Mirburb, across Ucd river from this city. Large numbeis of English t-peaking people were present from curiosity. There were no signs of in terference or disturbance. Mexico .TIllttci-K. Galevston, Deeember 14. The News' Laredo, special says : Despatch es from Monterey says that Eodiguez i still in the field, but it is understood that his forces will disband very boov ...

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. — 15 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. HE PITH AND POINT OF vvKTtYTHING CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. I. 0. 0. F. meet to-night. New cit on, lemon and orange peel at R. T. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf The Tombstone Volunteer fire de partment is the boss. Blankets and quilts very cheap at the New York Store. It was pretty hard work, but the boys staid with it. New raisins and currants at K. 1' Mansfield's. 12-11 tf N. P. Be'ebe, of St. Davids was in the city this afternoon. Mayor Thomas is a dandy Tomb stone Fire Department. Harry Wisdom, of the Fountain, came to the rescue this morning with hot coffee for the fireman. Jockey Queen cigars 12 cents each at Ashmun it Walkers. Great praise is duo to Lieut. Jen kins for his man'y aid in assisting the fire boys this morning. Mince meat and plum pudding at K. 1. Mansfield's. 12 11 tf In Lieut. Jenkins- we have found one oificer who is not afraid to spoil his military clothe.-. Seamans &a...

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. — 15 December 1885

lh iV.' m r $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, 188, I hereby otter 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 apprehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band tf renegade Indians who have bri i-ntraired with him in his nmrdei ous raids through Cochise County. uch apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must be made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff. J. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Il3vin:i i-etured the services of .1. W. PARKE TT, A. IPix3t,-OlEi.s3 Cutter. Fiom Denver, Firs t-(Jl ass Workmanship and a Peril-et FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTH ST'KEzET, TEir Crystal Palace. NOTICE. To tlieSTax Payers of Co chise County, Aii7ona: The Territorial and County T.ix e f...

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. — 23 December 1885

s A ELY TtMR . - ,. . V A-' ? . fcVf( ,-t-- 4frt .' OLtl Series' TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEOEMBEK 23. '85. Volame IV, NO. 118 Ibsltibition. THE Xb Ehibitkon Dolls, Toys, Games, f l And Fancy Goods The Goods To The Public. " From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrdns 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 tahttruy will not fc.-k for ciedt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will iell our goods from 1 5 to ?9 per cent below rmer prices or cash and positively no credit to ury one, We are compelled to akethis step owing to the dull ,ime, and will not deviate from this rule with any person whatsoever- Resentfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS , Qtont Forget. What! THAT M. WOODS haa the most decant room In town, tlnge or in suite. J7RE IN" AL...

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. — 23 December 1885

i 1 jljfl THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The Pioneer Daily ot the Camp. DEJEMBErt23 nag " Pt'BI IMiKD EVEKY EVENING. uuila Excepted,) nr JAMES J. NASH. 'l'litmks-clvlMsr. Yreka Union. In looking back over the past year wo find much for which to be thank ful. Ik-sides n fryingpan and a cellu loid hairbrush, our creditors neglected to take our life. We still have the chills every other day, which leaves 182 day in a year in which to parade our emaciated form around the rialt, in Mrch of items, cut-t-off clothing, delinquent Mibscribers, lunch-boxeu and other delicacies, for which our re lined taste craves. We feel thankful for all tliew llesinga except the chill-. We arc thankful for the pri vilege of hrouthiug the same air that keeps alive our sleek and well-fed de linquent Mibscribers. Wo feel thank ful that -two or throe citizens lime kindly permitted u to remain in Yreka. We would rather live in Yreka than in Chicago, a statement which will at once dispel the impres sion that we a'C proud an...

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. — 23 December 1885

fc. ... vMWHMMMlWNilMMM awl'inii iMSi'i" wwwi- .u-e GENERAL NEWS. rrrs pith axi rorsr or WKH.VTUING CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, AVlio Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That 'Slay Transpire. Only two days more until Christ mas. Childrens school shoes very cheap at the New York Store. Secure your seat for the show this evening. Gensral admission 75 cents Reserved one dollar: New cit on, lemon and orange peel at R. P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins took their departure for Phenix this morning. They will give a vocal concert in that place and return home. Boths Baltimore oysters at the Los Angeles Fruit Store. d23 The Rescue team of firemen have had handsome navy blue knee pants made for the race which takes place on Christmas day. Genuine champagne cocktails at Hsnry Cam pbell's Keg House. 12-lCt f Mr. William Ehrman, who has had charge of the job department of the Epitaph office for the past month, took his departure this morning for Los Angel...

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. — 23 December 1885

II i .ill f h 4 it. : V ;i ! !i aSn . W SlrJ HI KEimi m Wt $ w I ik.B 0 ad F.&I1 1' rlfclP , m mmt 'jf2i.'iJJ $500 REWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested ia me by the Board of Superviso: of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the (5th day of October, 1885, 1 hereby otter a mward of $500 for the ap pruheiuiun, dead or alive, of the lenegiide Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I ofler a further reward of 8250 for the appieheiibion, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band -f renegtde Indians who have br engaged with him in his murdei ous raids through Cochise CounLy. Such apprehension, to earn the above rewardx, must be made by Home person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff J. iV.GNASCH, MERCHANT! hi : TAILOR. i Mii - in: i (1 ! i livirv of .J. V. PAKKETT, A. Kirsr-deiss Cvittor. Fiom I)uner. . First-Class Workmanship sne a PwJVct FiT Guaranteed! J. MOIMASCH, FIFTH STKEJET, 7c-a.r Crystal...

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. — 24 December 1885

THE DAILY STONE -r ML VPiJLlLPk! Old Series Exhibition. Dolls, Toys, - j HfttHMUHI And Fancy Goods The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Smn merfield Brog would inform tlieir friends and patrons that all ac- ounts will be closed, and no new nes 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 13 to 9ft per cent below mier prices or cash and positively no credit to vay one, We 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 Dopt Forget. What! THAT SS. WOODS Iim the moat elegant rooms In'town, single or in suite. FIRE IN ALL ROOMS IF REQUIRED. Terms Reasonable. 6 1 7 Premont St. Three Doors Above ttth. MRS. M. L. WOODS, Prop RAPAGO OAS...

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. — 24 December 1885

I ;? . 1 if l'; 'S.I I - u $ J ' Hi I i THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The I'ioneer Daily ot the Camp. DKCEMBERS4 IMS VVW IMiKI EVERY EVENING, 'miaa Excepted.) nv SAMFS J. NASH. ClirintioaM. To-moriow, the 25th day of Decern ber, the anniveisary of the Birth of thii founder of the Christion religiou. This day in particular is accepted throughout the Chribtian world as an auspicious, time, when happiness en dears each scene, and causes us to for get the vicissitudes of life. 'Tis then the yule log hums brightly, the mis tletoe looks greenest and the Christian heart responds to the cadence of the ("uiiitmux bells, as in clear and sonor ous voice they tell of the advent of the Cluiti:ui anniverMrv. The chil dren .ill lok forward to this glad, for .-aula !laii? will surely remember to iill their stockings with the good tiling.- which they have been so path-mly wining for. Let us hope that few of them will be forgotten. The rider branches of families usually indulge, perhaps, too freely, in table j...

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. — 24 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. irt PiTir dxi porxr w WKKYTHISa CUJIREXT. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. A Merry Christmas to all. BcHutiful holiday cakes at the Eclipse Bakery, on Fremont street. The colored troops fought' noWy lust evening. Childrens school shoes very cheap at the New York Str. Dr. Goodfellow is now confident tha' Mr. Macneil, who has been very ill foi ereral weeks, will recover. Extra mince and squash pies at the Eclipse Bakery, on Fremont street, foi the holidays. As printers are human, and cnjoj life as well as other mortals, there wil' be no paper issued from this office to morrow. New cit on, lemon and orange peel at R. P. Mansfield's. 12-11 tf The infant son of W. F. Coleman h quite sick, but if careful nursing and attention will count for anything, tin bright little fellow will soon recover. The richest kind of fruit cake, orna mental and plain, at the Eclipst Bakery, on Fremont street. Gobble! gobble...

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. — 24 December 1885

J ; u T9 h "t. W ) J !i! Li u 11' St 500 REWARD By virtue of t'icauthority vested ia me by the Board of Supervise: of Cochise County at a regular ineetiii" of said Board, held on the Uth day of October, 1885, I hexeby offer a ievaid of 500 for the ap pri'huiisicn, dead or alive, of the lcnegade Apache Chief Geronimo. Ami by this same authority I otter u further rewaid of S230 for the appx-hension, dead or alive, of any one of haid Geronimo's band tf reneg.ttle Indians who have br) engaged with him in his murdei ons raids through Cochise County. "uch appiehuision, to earn the abuvr rewuid. niut be made by some person or persons not in the mititaiy seivice of the United SUite-5. It. S. HATCH, Sheriff. J. iVIONASCH, MERCHANT) Mil TAILOR. IUviuc -eeurrd the services of J. W. PARKE TT, ..A. First -Class Cutter, i- -':,. ..- r - . jTYiff dr-ri fiff ZZ?ZiSZZ F'Oin I)iniir.tl.f"'r"UI V irst-Class Workmanship anc a Perfect FIT Guaranteed! J. MONASCH, FIFTHi STREJET, N(a.r Crystal Palace. NOT...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
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