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TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1885.
No. 113
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HOLIDAY
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BOOKS, fOYS, DOLLS, LEATHER and VIENNA GOODS, FANS, GOLD PENS
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Align ..Street Between Fourth and Fifth. These Goods were Bought in the East for CASH, and will be
Sol at a SMALL PROFIT. Call and See Our GRAND DISPLAY,
THE GREAT DISCOUNT SALE WILL BEGIN AT;
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In addition to the Reduction usually made during the Holidays, we will give you a discount of
cent, oh all Cash Sales of $1.00 and upwards, from December 15 tiil January 1, 1886.
IBM THIS SALE IE ML MAKE A SPECIALTY IN
10 per
OUR BUCK SILKS
SILKS, VELVETS, BROCADES, CLOAKS AND SHOES.
Are all Standard Brands.
We sell Guenets' Black Grosgrain at ... $1.25, worth $1.75
Bellon's Heavy Black Grosgrain at ' - - - - 1.50, worth $2.00
All Silk Rhadames in Black and Colors, at - - $1.15 to 1.50, really worth 1.50 to 2.0.0
A Beautiful line of Heavy French Grosgrain in all colors, - - 1.50, worth 2.0
In our CLOAK DEPARTMENT you will find some Rare Bargains. We have (Jlsters and Dolmans at SG.50, that are worth double the money. One lot of Fur-Lined Circulars at fifty cents on the dollar.
It is almost unnecessary to mention our stock of SHOES and SLIPPERS, as every lady is familiar with our magnificent all Eastern-made Goods of the best manufacturers. Our Fine French Kid Shoes are gotten
up especially for th Now York Store by the world-renowned firm of Dunbar &: Co., which, of itself, is sufficient guarantee.
We hava the Largest and Most Select Stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS in the Territory, comprising all the Latest Cloths in Boncle, Nigger-head, Astrican and Beson, very rich imported combination Suit as
In ouFANCY DEPARTMENTS we stand unrivalled. Hosier', Gloves, Ribbons, Ladies' and Misses' and children's Muslin and Knit Underwear at fifty cents on the dollar. Ladie's' and Gents' Silk and Linen
Handkerchiefs at half-price. An elegant assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Neckwear.
Remember, we will only give 10 per cent, off DURING THE HOLIDAYS!
.A. OOHLES2ST, HSTETW "OIRIK STORE,
Fifth Street, XOUBSTONE, A. T.
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