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THE ARIZONA KEPLBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2,
'Ji-lXM-SM mm m . , .. . .. .... mm ' r Clearance We hit prices hard and our blows leave us complete masters of the field Talk is cheap. ' Come and let the goods speak for themselves 'is Prices eronnd to nnwripr. "Rata ars a few o-l if fori no oTomJoo j Q . . . V4V v W V M f1) XU, V 1 14.i 8 3 JflflD " ril Sale. 1 Our E'jj For men's suits that can conscientiously uts ouui lor f .ou 4 80 For men's suits tht can conscientiously be sold for ?10 7 00 1 Men's Suits. For men's suits that can conscientiously be sold for I 2 50 9 50 Men's Overcoats and Ulsters. Overcoits that are worth ?10 and when we say $10 we mean J10, for 6 5D Overco its that are worth J12 and when we fay J12 we mean $12 for 8 00 Ov rcoats that are worth $3 50 and when we say $3 50 we mean J3.50 for. . . 2 00 Ulsters at all prices from $2 upward. m II m 4 Pants, Pants that were made to sell for $2 50 now fell for 1 50 Pants that were ir ade to sell for $3 50 now sell for. 2 50 Pants tha were made to sell for $4.50 now sell for.. 3 50 And hundreds of other odds and ends at lesB than cost. Overalls. Heavy and Riveted, our 9 oz Demins rivet ed overalls worth anywhere 50 and 60c only 40 Boys' and Children's Suits. Buits that are worth $1.50 we sell you for 1 00 Nice blue Cheviot suits cheap ior $2 50 now for 1 50 Brown and Tan suits worth $3 and $3.50 for 2 Oo Others from 75 c. to 6 00 Child's and Boys' Overcoats. - Overcoats made to sell for $3.50 now for 1 50 Overcoats ma le to soil for $1.50 now lor. . . 2 50 Others np to $6.50 worth double the amount. White Shirts. Laundried white shirts each, only 50 ' Belter quality 66c. 75c 1 00 Uniaundried White Shirts. Good qiality, yoke, each 40 Shirtwaists. Good quality all sizes for.., 20 Collars and Cuffs. Latest shaped collars 10c each 3 for 25 Cuffs, apaironly 15 Men's Shoes. Best working shoes, buckle, worth $1.50 for only j 00 Better quality of working shoes worth $1.75 nowonly x 25 Nice dress shoes price only ...".' "" 1 25 E'egant shoes, all toes, sold elsewhere for $2.00 now on sale heie at 1 50 All the better qualities, broken lots, less thaa cost. Ladies' and Children's Shoes. We have the best ladies' shoes for 51.50 In the west. A good every day ladies shoe for 1 00 A nice ladies' shoe ior $1 CO In our better grades we will give you some . special values. In cMidrens' shoes we will sell yon all - solid goods 25c. a pair and upwards. WorkingShirts Phlrts worth $1.00 fr 50 Good quality for 75o. and $1.00 worth much more. Hats. Wool hats .'. .... 50 Good fnr f Troers' hat, only 1 00 Moe dress hats, worth $2.00 1 50 Big bargains in broken lines, Blankets. A good large blanket sold elsewhere for $1.50, our price 1 00 Be;ter qualities at $1.25, $1.75 and upward. Silk Neckwear. All silk and satin neck scarfs only 15 cents. Children's Underwear. Children's red wool knit underwear only 50 cents per garment rW II ff'JV113' t0me, t0i Ur St?r? if -yU fc olothing at reduced Prices, no matter what the loss, this stock now has final marching or ders to make room for new stock now being bought by our Dave Goldberg in New York. We always do as we say. I The a!?!St in the Southwcst Always Bemember Our Free Employment Office Free to All. I Hardware, T "" f A large stock of Bnilding Hardware, Ranch Implements, Harness, Dash & Top Leather Eded Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. Ezra W.. Thayer Washington Street, Opp. City Hall ,"t .ON. Which Obliges the Sew zarlea to Dross for Her Wedi!:ucy IITcrc a i-Kritoric Tub!. Russians ere noted for , their super stitions and for the nur.n-rons legends they have handed clown from father to son. A enriac:; legend in related in an English paper eone&rningr the Russian eustom which prescribes that the new czarina must dress on her wedding mom before the historical wedding table which belonged to Czarina Maria Ivanowna. This precious piece of furni ture was the gift from her imperial fiance, and the leg-end relates it is the most wonderful nuptial gift known. The young- Frin;;ess Maria was very nleased and proud of it: she was also ery beautiful, loved and was adored by her future husband. On her wed ding day, while her ladies were dressing- her before this table, all at once the precious minor did not reflect the superb beauty of Maria Ivanowna nor her magnificent dress nor her magnifi cent gems. Instead cf that a rapid vision passed over its clear surface, scenes of bloodshed, struggles, mis fortunes, in which appeared the figures of her husband and of sons and grand children destined to wear the heavy crown of the Muscovite succession. The poor girl was terribly frightened and fainted at the sight of these dread ful scenes, and to which future events gave a tragic confirmation. Maria Ivanowna, to whom this revelation was one of advice and instruction, expressed the desire that the golden toilet table should be used by each successive czarina on the day of her bridal, with the intention, perhaps, that if the vision should again reveal the mys teries cf the future to another bride it would serve as an admonition that earthly happiness is not to be attained here below, even, on the. steps of a throne. Creamery an l Dairy Cutter. If we study the market reports we shall find that in general quotations are much ,higher for the creamery than for the dairy butter; this has given rise to an impression quite generally held that in some mysterious way the butter made in a factory is better than it is possible for butter to be that is made on a farm. Now, this is entirely erroneous. Not only is it perfectly possible to make as good butter as can be made on a farm, but it is a matter of no great difficulty and does not require an expensive or elaborate equipment. The principles that govern the manu facture of good butter are the same in either case. Their observance will re sult in good butter on the farm just as surely as their neglect will result in bad butter in the factory. Rural World. m W Arrivals Coming In Now Almost Daily. New and Latest importations from Japan and England of the loveliest Mattings and Japanese Rugs ever shown, as well as the most beautiful Decorated English Semi Porcelain. The Prices as well as the Goods are also New. ; B. Heyman Furniture Co. Wholesale and Retail. STOVES. Special Discount on A HOPELESS CASE, evidently. It's all up with 1S94; the doctor stys so. Had there been any chauoe, our drugs would have been effective. 'Tbebestphvsicians in Pbamix prefer to have their prccriDtlons put up by tjs. We enjov their confidence, be cause we merit it. It is also well to note on the first page of your diary for 1895. that we carry a full line of toilet and manicure articles at the lowest prices. O. ESCHMAN & CO. I THE CACTDS SPOON, ARIZONA'S. FIRST AND BEST SOUVENIR. ! v SOLD ALWAYS BY t I COOK & BELL, rCfr!" c9r-.--m I THE NEW PEffiNIX JEWELERS, S'Cl I NEXT TO POSTOFFICE Official Watch Inspectors S. F. P. & P. E'y. 1OOKIM MOVeS and m vj U For the Next 30 Days at I. H. BURTIS. INVESTMENTS . HUMS OF DOLLARS Are lost every jear in risky and foolish investments. Put your money in lots in Churchill Addition and make per cent. K o mk Easy terms. CLARK CHURCHILL, Office Commercial Hottl Bloek.