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DAILY TOMBSrrONlfi. OKI Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEOEMBEK 2 . '85. Volume IV, NO. 100 UAKUr STEVENSON THE WILLOWS" RUN BY Harry and Johnny. Fancy Mixed Drinks of all Kinds a Specialty. Tea Kettle Rye, and Clitt' Springs Bonrbon. Also LAMARQUISITA CIGAR Allen Street, bet- Third and Fourth jJjTNext door to he O K. Corral. J. V. VICKERS. Fremont Street. Kcrtl Estate, Mines, Money antf Insurance. Real Estate Bontat, Sold aud Kt-Ltra olUctionn Made, Taxes Paid, etc. Mines Buacht and Sold. MonOV-lAian. gotiatd Hiid luvt-stmeota Made, f lnSUrance-Fl' Aecldent and Mfe Notary Public ombgifosie partis ;s, ALLEN STREET, Choicest of Wines, and Imtiored Li qnor3and Cigars. Card Rooms. Mixed Drinks tpecialt zJ&k. Dyar & Baldwin Whnlesa'a auo relt".l dealers in Book Salt, Eatiey POTATOES, CANNED GOODS, and all kinds of GROCERIES. Coods sold cheaper than any othci place 111 town, utvc US call. T. ALLISON, - - Ma.vaokr PONY SALOON. AHttu -Struct. As under the. former munngement "lie saloon will continue to retail nothing but the stiaight goods, which yaw. the Pony" such a well ili-scrved reputation. T. B. Rips's Celebrated Anderso C3-j.it Kentucky (four-year-old sour-mash BourbOn, and J. M. Athcrton's eijuillj celebrated Tet Kettle Ryu, of the same age, retailed at 12J cents. "LA MAUGUESITA," The best "Bit Cigar" to be had in the city, a specialty. T- A. JONES. Proprietor, To The Public. From and after this date Suni merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all acc ounts will be closed, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the stor; except for cash We take this method of informing the public and our friends of our resolution so taht they will not a&k for oral t which will be positive! 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 -ire compelled to take this step owing to the dull" time, and will not deviate from this iule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Still Another Haffner & Shuchney. the popular pn. prietora of the BUIiara parlors n Allen t having made arrangements with the jiroprl tors ot the Celebrated ''Iiiliz Milwaukee beer. hav had a fine ics inet erected in their saloon and are now prepared to serve their nunierou customers with sehoonera of this celebrated beer on dt aught, ice cold JOIIX r. HOVI.BT K and try it. a4 tf. Items of Interest. The Pioneer mills Hour, acra ento, i the beit In the market. For sale at the Cash Stoie of Woi.cw.t Messick. After breakfast, to make yourself lee happy, xo to Ashmun & Walker's ami purcliHsc a choice imported cigar. " Limp's St. Louis beer on draught for sale, wholesale and retail, at the, Crystal Palace Saloon. tf Chili colorow sauce at K. P. Mans field's. 10-13 For Sale The undersigned being desirous' of engag inir otlier-iuinessjOire the old established Eclirse bakery or this city for side, and will sell It at a. bargaiiTlf cals-il for eoen. Call or address. J. M.Nami Tombstone, a. T. ' ' Just received at the New York Store, a full line of new style Newmarkets, dolmans and circulars. " ' Fur the tim-st iind ot imported wines liquors :tod cigars, thr Pony aaloon take? tht cake. Ton. Jones is always glad to meet Mis friends, mrl you way depeml on receiving thr finest kind rl treatment. i'20it tii Where is Key W'e.t? Kev Weit is one of the bu-kt inanufac turing pot's on thy Atlantic coast. Cigars, of cimrs'. constitute the principle article of export. The Key West is situated on the Florida coast, only sixty miles fiorn Ha vana. The famous Key West cigar are made from tobacco of the finest Havana procurable, and made by Cuban workmen. The tobacco only has to pay an import duty of 2.50 per pound and 25 per cent ad valorum ou cigars. The climate it the tame as in Cuoa, consequently the aroma is the same as in the imported cigars. Smokers should take these facts into consideration ind call on Ashmun fc Walker, who have just received a flesh stock of the best brands of Key West Cigars, including the "Est'cl as," "Cclonia," " ther f c For Sale. One tine American Milch Cow at Granc Urauch Water Station. Xot Dcittl. SiEititA Madues, August 27:i! Mkssiis. Caesar a:d Wkukviutz" see by late copies ot Tiik ToMusiONt that 1 wis reported seriously ununited sin! it was iliouglit I would (tie. 1 hoc reports n ru not correct. I -im no Unded nor am I i mi. iml I lei: yu. that I :m aului dry, aril I want mi ', si-n.i me a consignment ul that id ...; Anhucsi-r Ii-it, that are selling t" tl.r pt'iiu't of Tombston-. I only uisn 1 was there to haw i: ilrnwn Ir.-m tht p-iieii- Geim-iti fountain. Gkiiomi.mi. Meeting: Notice. Uurnside Post No. 3t, Dept. Cm., G. A. It.; n-gulhr meetings 1st and 3rd S.n urdays in i'hcIi m-ynth , at the City Hall, t.t 7:30 p. m. Geo. It. Watt, Adjutant. A . L. Gkow. Commander tl Will A. Nash, Notarv Public, Daily Tombstone office, Allen street, be tween Third red lourth. A large lot of Key West, Colon, Three Brothers and Estrellas, at Ash mnn it Walker's cigar store. tlce to Mine Onncrn. All parties having assessment work to do or contracts to let would do well to call on or address J. L . ilellgren P. O. box 24G, Tombstone, for esti mates. All assessment work entrusted to him will be done with neatness and dispatch. n-llmo Twenty-lots of new clothes just re ceived at Summerfield Bros. Come and see them before purchasing else where. 10-14 Go to Dyar fc Baldwins on Fremont street, between Fourth and Fifth if you want to buy grocerieb cheap. Wolcott & Mesick, of the cath store; will receive on Tuesday night a fine and large lot of dressed turkeys and chickens. The public should call around early and secure their Thanks giving turkey. Wretlin g; Challenge. Editor Daily Tombstone Sir, 1 intend to be in your city soon, and I authorize you to insert the following challenge : I hereby challenge, any man to a Greco-Roman, or Catch-as-Catch-Can, Wrestling match, best three in five for from $ 100 to $500 a side. Prof. Lucien Marc Chkistol. Champion Light Weight Wrestler of the World. Dated Los, Angeles Nov. 7, 1885. Black and colored woolen laces at New! York store. Macneil, Moore &Co., Corner Filth and Allen, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealors In General Merchandise. Have always in stock a Full Line of Eastern and Western Canned Goods, Fanev and Staple, FULL WEIGHT and SUPERIOK jtlANI Guaranteed. Family ft Bakers' Flour, Sugars, Ham, Bacon, ect., always . Bed-Rock Prices. A Complete Stock of Underwear, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for Budweiser Beer, Superior to any in Marketjj Hay, Grain, Mixed Feed, Corn and Wheat, For sale in Quantities to suit Shipping as we do in CAR LOTS ONLY, We feel justified jn saying" we are N-O-T To be undersold. A Liberal Dis count to our Cash Trade. M A C iElL, B100RE &CO TRUSTEED SALE. Whereas, The Uattlesuake Mining Com pany, a coiporatiou duly urbanized and ex isting under and by virtue of tlm laws of the State of Illinois, executed its certain bonds pursuant to a resolution by its Board of 1)1. rectors passed February l'Jth, lt&l. said bonds bein:r numbered from No. 1 to 100. both inclusive, all brim; dated March l-t, 1884. Mild each conditioned for the payment to John H. Walsh, or bearer, of the pi ineipal sum of Five Hundred Dollars (i00; on March 1st, Ufe9. with interest thereon at the rate of G per cent per milium, payable semi annually on the first dajs of September ami March in each year, which said interest is further secured to be paid by ten coupons of even date with said bonds, attaclied to each of said bonds, each of said coupons beint; for the sum of Fifnen Dollars. And Wueiiuas. The said Kittlesnake .Mining Company, for the purpose of securing tli-i payment of said bonds and tin. Interest to ac crue thereon, neccrdlns; to the 'enor of said bonds ai'd coupons, iiy Its Deed of Trust bearing (.ate March 1st, lc4, and Lied lor reeoid in the Recorder's Ollice o the County uf Cochise and Ten itory of Arizona, and re carded in Book 8, Deeds Mines, 1'ae 74, et sen, , did convey to the umlei signed. John K Walsh a trustee, the fjllou injr described premises situated in the County of Cochise and territory of Arizona, to-it: The lial. llesnake Minim; claim, the .Mammoth Mill tnjj claim, the Black K.iule "k'iuiiii: claim and the Bunker llill Minim: claim, all situated and located pear Tombstone, in thii Tomb stone Mining District, in the county of Cc chise afmv-aid; for a niorr lull anil com plete description of said minim; claim-, releieuce belli:; made to the tie scription thereof, or maps or plats then of in the Kecordei'- -jlhee of said comity ef Cochise; and also, all that tl act, pleie or parcel of laud, containing about sevin (7) acres, known as the Waterv.de Mill Site claim, located in said Tombstone Mining district, in tin- said county of Co chise, ai.d designated by the field notes and official plat on tile In the UniN tl States Laud Ollice In Tucson in said Teiritoiy of Aiizoii.i as lot No. one hundred mid tliii tj .eigl:t(IoO) in townships nineteen (UI) am' tuciity (20) south, range tiventy-luo (22) east of the Gila and Salt rier meridian. The location of said mil! site chum is recoidcd in tiie re corder's ollice ot said county of Cochise, In Book 1, Pane lb i-l .Mill sites, reference belli;; hereby made to said reeoid lor a mole full and complete description of the same. "The estate hereby com eyed embracing all the mills, mines, mining rights, shafts, machin ery, lauds. liuiUlings, shops, tools, llxiuii-s. and ali and singular toe propel ty owned March 1st, lbS4, or to be theicafter acquired by s.r'.d Kittlesnake Mining companj.iu the said county of Cochise. And Whereas, It was proridid in said Deed of Trust tti.it in case of defau.t in oaymeiit the said bonus or coupons, or any of them, or any (art thereof, then and iusUchca-e,on thcuppiication of the legal Holders of one half in amount of the said bunds then out standing and unpaid, it should be lau ful for the purty of the second part. Ins heirs or assign- or successors in trust, to cuter upon, possess, hold and enjoy said premises and property, and either with or uitliout such entry, after having givei. thirty dajs' pre vious notice by publication once in each week lot Pmr successive weeks in a newspa per published in the countv where said premises ale situate, to sell said pi cm: es or any part thereof, and all the right audcquUy ot redemption of the said party of the firs" part, its successois or assigns therein, at public vendue, upon any part of said prem ises or at such other place in said county of Cochise as should be designated in said no tice, to the highest bidder for cash, at the time appointed in such advertisement, or to adjourn the sale from time to time at hi-, dis cielion, mid upon the making of such sale, to execute and deliver to the puieha-eror pin chafers, a deed or deed-i of conveyance in fee of the premises so so.d. And WllEltnAS, It was lui'.her provided in said Deed ol Trust that in case of default in an of said payment.-, of principal or interest, as aforcsvid, ihen the whole of s.iid principal sum of said bonds aril the interest theieon to the time of such alc, sh.ni'd be and be come at one: due and payable, and upon the application of the legal holder-, of one half of said bond then outstanding and uii aid, said premises should besold in like manner and with the same effect as if said indebted ness had matured. And Wuekgas, Said bonus arc now outstand ing. And Whekeas. The Rattlesnake Mining Com pany lias made delault in the payment oT the sum of Fifteen Dollars due as interest on each of snid holds on March 1st. 1 .", and ou September 1st, IS'vi, .tnd secured to b. paid by two of said coupons due at said dates respectively. And Wiiekeas, Iiy rrnsuti of such default the principal sum of said bonds and the accrued interest thereon has become due and pay able. And WriEBEAS, The legal holders of more than one-half in amount of said bonds have made appl cation to the undersigned as such trus tee, to execute the trvsis and poers In said Trust Deed in that hthalf contained NOW, TKEP.EFOItE.I'uUic notice is here bv given that on Wi-duesday. on the Ollid.iv of December, A. D.. lb&S, at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon of saidilaj, at said Watervale mill, bcingona part of the above mentioned premises, in said comity of Cochise and terri tory of Arizona, I shail sell at public vendue to the highest bidder lor cash, the premises hereinbefore described, together with all right and equity of redemption of said Rat tlesnake Milling company, its successors or assijjDs. JOHX R. WALSH, Trustee. Order of Court. In the County Court of Cochise County, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of Leo Korner and B. II. Peterson, Insolvent Debtors. Leo Korner and B II. Peterson, Insolvent debtor?, having applied to this Court for a discharge from thi-ir debts, it Is hereby or dcred that the Clerk of this Cou-t giv- no tice to all creditors who have proved their debts to appear before this Court, at the Court room, in the city ot Tombstone, county of C.chWc and Territory of Aiizoua, on the 1st day of December. 1S5, and show cause, if any they have, why a discharge should not be granted to the debtors, from all their debts, in accordance with the stat ute in such case made and provided. Ills lurthcr ordered that notice of said applica ion shall be given by maiT to the creditors, and by publication for foul weeks in The DaII.T Tombsioxe, a pewspaper published In the city of Tombstone, Cochise county. Territory of Arizona. Dated the 2nd day of November. 18S.". WEBSTER STREET, County Judge. Administrator's Sale. ESTATE OF GEO. KLINE. DECEASED. The creditors of and all persons, having claims against the above named Estate arc h rel.y notified to exhibit theii claims with the iieccsiary vouchers to me within four months after the first publication of this notice at my residence in the Village of Bisbce, County of Cochise. Territory ot All zona, or the fame will be forcvei barred. Dated at Bisbec, November 11th, lhS3. CHARLES ANCHUIZ, Administrator of the Estate of George Kline, deceased. First publication Nov. 12, lfcvS5. Application No. 4,'JS i'or Patent to the Ground Ilojr dline. U. B. LAND OFFICE 1 l'cesox. A. T.. ( November 9th, 1885, ) NOTICE IS HEUKUY GIVEN THAT II. S. Fisher. F. B. Fiiis'lnmil, James E. Mub staltterand W. F. McCook by II. S. Fisher, en-claimant, whose pustollicu nddres Is Tombstone, County of Cochise, Arizona, have this day tiled their application for a patent for loOO linear feet of the Ground Hog mine of vein beari-i;.- silver, with sur. face ground COOf.-et In width, situated in the Tombstone .Mining District, County of Co chise, and Territory of Arizona, ai'd design ated by the tleld notes and ollicial platen tile in ibis ollice as iotXo. l.VJin a I Tmul'. stone Miiing District, said lot No. 159 being dfscrined as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at the Initial mr.nument at a post live feet huig set in a mound of stones, marked "I M. G. II. M. 'J. No. 1;" Thence ' 52 deg., 42 nun E, along the center line to the northeast center of chum, to an iron pin driven in ledge. Witness to coiner 8 aSdcg.,29 in in E, 12 feet dWlant, a pott 5 feet long set in a mound of earth aud stone, marked "W. C. G. H. M. C. No. 2." U. S. M. M. No. tl, bears N H deg.. 18 min. E, 7074 feet distant; tt ence N oS deg. 29 mil,. Vi , SOU teet to a post 5 feet lung set in a mound of eaith and stone, mat ked (!. 11. .M. C. No. 2": thence S ,VJ deg.. 42 inlii. W, 1500 fict to a post 5 feet long set in a mound oi earth, and s:om-, marked "G. II. M. C.No.4." po-t marked I', M. C. No.2." bears N ."i deg., W fX) f.-et distant; thence' S8S deg., 29 min. E. :X) feel to a post 5 leel lung set in u mound of earth and stone, marked "G. 11. M.C. No. .V; iheme S 38 deg, 29 min. E, :100 fee! to a pii-t . ftct long set ii. a mound i.I eaitu and stone, marked "i. 11 M.C. No. G"; thence N 52 deg.. 42 min. E, 1500 feet to a i ost ." feet 'ong set in a uinund of stone-, mat kid '-G.II..M.C. No. 7'; thence N 38 deg.. 29 mill. W, 300 feet to the litui pin at the NE end cenlerof claim, aud place of be ginning. Magnetic vaiiatio.i 11 deg., 25 nun. E, con taining an area of 20.t5. The location of this mine is duly recorded in Records of Mines, Buck 1, page 132. .' ny and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Ground Hug mine or stiifaee ground, are req'iircd to tile their ad i"s,'. claims with the Kegi-tcr of the United otates Laud Ollice at tucsou, ill the Terri tory of Arizona, during the sixty djy's period ot publication hereof, or they will he haired by virtue of the provisions of the statute. B. -M. MIO.MAS. Register. It is hereby ordeied that the foregoing notice of application for patent be published fur the period of sixty consecutive days in Tue Daii.v TOMKSTp.N'F, a daily newspaper published ill Tombstone, Cochise County, Aiizona. B.M.THOMAS, Register. First publication, November 20, lbb5.J Application No. 437, for Patent to the .Larye Rope Jline. U. S. LAND OFFICE, ) Tucso.v. A. T. i November Dth, 18S5. J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIATGEO. IS. Wait aud llet-rv Boktniiiiii, whose post, ollice audiess is Tombstone, Cochise county, Anzona, have this day filed their application lor a patent for 1021 linear feet of the Largt Hope mine or vein bearing silver, gold and other minerals, with siufaee ground 490 feet in will tli, situated in the Tombstone Mining llisir-cl, county of Cochise and Territory of Arizona and designated by fie field notes and otlicial plat ou tile in this ollice as lot No. 174 in said Tombstone Mining Ditri-t, said lut No. 174 being described as follows, to-uit: Beginning at the Initial monument at a post " feet long set in a iiinimtl of stones, narked -I. M.L. II. M.C. No 1;" thence S 87 deg.. E 117feet to a post 5 feet long set in a mound of stones, marked "L II M C No. 2," at the east end "enter of claim. The l sec. curlier between sections 13 and 18 East Boundary. T 20, S IS 22 E. bears S 87 deg, 59 min. 30 seconds E. 11,449 feet distant; thence N 39 deg. 10 min. E, along the E.st end Hue of claim which i- also the west side line uf Grand Dippi i miu.ng claim, lot No. 148,215 feet to a p. -". S feet lung set in a mound of slcnes, m.irk"d "1.11 MUXii..",'' bv the side of a 4 inch post, maikcd '(' M C N'o.2;" thence N 45 deg, 44 ic in. W. lOItifeel to a post 5 feel long, set in a mound ef stones, marked "L II M C No. 4;" thence S 37 deg. lU min W, 153 feet intersect south sine of line (iiiymas MC.at a point S 54 d.-g, y ii.m E. 212 feel from a 4 inch post, maikcd G M C No. 3," 200 feet lo i post 5 feet long -t in a uinuud of stones, marked "L II M C No. 5." A post marked "A M C No. 2" bears N 41 deg, 13 mill W.2-VJ5 feet distant. U S M M No 2. bears N 33 deg. 44 min W, 1504. 7 feet distant; tnenee 8 37 deg, 10 mill W. IS feet intersect sideline Mlzzeutop min ing -tlaiin at a point N 11 deg, 05 min E, 42 feet distant from the S E corner f take; 39 feet intersect N K side line Anchor M C, at a point S 31 deg, 35 mir. E. 200 feet from a 4 inch po-l. maikcd "A M C No. 2," 200 feet to a post set in a mound of stories, marked "L (1 M CNo. C;" tuci'ce S 40 deg, 44 mill E, 1030, G feet to a post set in a mound of stones, -L II MCNo.7.-' Post marked "G D M C No. 7." bears S 37 deg, 10 min W 3M, 5 feet llstant; thence N 37 deg. 10 mm E, along the west side line of the Gra-id Dipper mining claim, 245 feet to postmarked "L II M U No. 2," place of be ginning. Magnetic variation 11 deg, 25 min E. Containing a toti.1 area of 10.29 acres Less conflict Willi the Guymas M C, laitNo. 171 of 1.77 acres And le-s conflict with tie Anchor MC, Lot No. 116 of 1.70 acres And less conflict with the .Mizzcn- top of 003 acres Leaving a net area claimed of. ...0.817 acres The locution or this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's ollice at Tumi stone, in Bunk 0, ttecord of Mines, page 250. Any and all pel sons claiming adversely any poition of said Large Hope mine or .-tiriact. ground, are reqilin-d to tile their ad verse claims with theKrgistcr of the United Mates Lain! Office at Tacson. iiitheTerrl-t-iiy of Arizona, doling the sixty day's period of puhlicatlon thereof.or they-will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. B. M.THOMAS, Register. It is hereby oiderrd that the foregoing Notice of Application for Patent be published for the period of sixty consecutive days In TheDailt Tombstone, a dally newspaper publ'i'licd in Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. B. M. THOMAS, Register. Henley Boiler States! nr aid mraoTiD, BtnoTdiauT Ed actional BEST me ONLY Scientific Skates I aotjc Aocrxs. 0SB0BH fc ALETAHDEB. Sn 4j 63 JV B irjCEAJRStf TOGta, SAD. s7 -J TIM ISO XIODSBT. wd tot ?fm CUtlMM. MmUtrntUmtm Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. Furnished Kooms to Rent. 31 rs. Mary nelfcmii, Who foi the past two years hat tnen house keeper i.t the Occidental hotel in Tombstone, has rented the building known as the Sum mertield residence. u Fifth street, between Fremont and Satlbnl. ijrst house below Joe Hoetlllei s store. The hou'e hog been en tircly renovated nnd newly furnished. HOT AND COLD BATHSJ Connected with the hou,.. Mrs Dellaan "III bo pleased to see hcrold friends. Furnished rooms to let, single or In aults. Administrator's Sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN Obedience f an older of the Judge f the Irobnte Court, made November 20.1885 I S" ' ," "'V Wsl,Mt l'd " hiddet'on the.22d .lav of Dei-ember, 1S85, at p. hate sale-one-half the purchase monev to be .''. i"? 1"? '' tl,c b.-,lalll- to he paid in two jqu. I installn.e. ts in three und six mouths from the date of sale, with Interest at the rate or one a.id one-half per lent, per m.nth, secured by note and two apmuvtil securities -the ro owing described property helong- An undivided thrre-fourths interest in 434 head of cattle more or le.-o. branded V Also an und vided three-fourtlis h te csfm tl e SplivX. X",a" Ka"C"- "' SU,"? Bids will be sealed and deposiled in the ofiiceor the Probate Curt. I reserve the right to reject any or all bids. r""Te lue J. C. DEAN, ni.i -r i . Administrator. Dated Tombstone, Nov. 20, ls85. W0OD and COAL YARD ! Is now running and oilers for sale all kinds ol i.oudiu any quantity, and Coal by he Ton or Sack at LOW PRICES FOR CASH. A FAIR DEAL. WOOD SAWED TO ORDER. LpV,'!.,Vri,.l'rs at U'i" ",Iioc- T.iuglmutand Fourth streets; at Joe Hoetier's Slore. or at .. . uron s stand at Cochise Hardware btorc. 0-tf HEADQUARTERS' SALOON. Allen Street, Opposite tho Occidental Hotel. N LEIGH, - Proprietor Having purchased the above named saloon, formerly run by Andy Melian, I would inform all of my old friends that I will now, as I don in tbe past, keep nothing but the tinest brands of Wines, Liquors ami Cigars. Give me a Call and be convinced. Dont Forget. What! THAT MRS. WOODS has the most elegant rooms in town, single or in suite. FIRE IN ALL ROOMS IF REQUIRED. Terms Reasonable. 617 Fremont St. Three Doors Above 6th. MRS. M.L. WOODS, Prop PAPAGO OASHSTOEE. 324 FREMONT STREET. Fine Groceries of every description, choic est brands of Kentucky Whiskey and Grain uf all kinds kept constantly ou hand and sold at lowest prices. Frank B. Austin, Prop, assaycrs supplies always on hand and of the best quality. AJT THE Union News Depot Can Aiwa s be round the host Ataortmeat of Books, Toys and Stationery, MUSICAL ISlsTJtL'MKNTS. periodicals, magazines, etc Allen Street, in Graml Hotel B'lo'.; SOL ISRAEL, ' .