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fcltuite Mil Vol. VII. MU; TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1885. No. 1173i6d bition S33 r TWnnBi rBB iw.ti lbition I ssIOFfe Sm.3 sS fen OLIHAY GOODS NSTh-JMENTS! Consistfng Of VSr - W? l. tj MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ! BOOK jTOYS DOLLS, LEATHER and VIENNA GOODS. FANS, GOLD PENS a-nd. JZJLl of 3F".A.axrc!"5r goods d,t: I Lkv S3 i B h-l -4Ldi e CWLI yi Mifeftreet etween Fourth and Fifth. These Goods were Bought in the East for CASH, and Sfiliata. SMALL PROFIT. Call and See Our GRAND DISPLAY, ill be l ii iron u EAT UN T SALE LL BEGIN AT; v 9lil lUitelliF FOPlX. fffiOPfi "STEXESSID-A. Y, X3SOES3VEJBESf& 1 S, 1 885. In addition to the Reduction usually made during the Holidays, we will give you a discount of 10 per cent, on all Cash Sales of $1.00 and upwards, from December 15 till January 1, 1886. HUE THIS SALE VE WILL MAKE A SPECIALTY I SILKS, ELETS, BROGA LOAKS AND SH OUR BLACK SILKS $1.25, worth $1.75 1.50, worth $2.00 Are all Standard Brands. We sell Guenets' Black Grosgrain at ... Bellon's Heavv Black Groserrain at All Silk Rhadames in Black and Colors, at - - $1.15 to 1.50, really worth 1.50 to 2.00 A Beautiful line of Heavy French Grosgrain in all colors, - - 1.50, worth 2.00 In our CLO VK DEPARTMENT 3-011 will find some Rare Bargains. Wc have Ulsters and Dolmans at 0.50, that are worth double the money. One lot of. Fur-Lined Circulars at fifty cents on the dollar. - -It is nlmost unnecessary to mention our stock of SHOES itud SLIPPERS, as every lady is familiar with our magnificent all Eastern-made Goods of the best manufacturers. Our Fine French Kid Shoes are gotten utTesDeciallv fo"r the New York Store by the world-renowned firm of Dunbar & Co., which, of itself, is sufficient guarantee. . . . We hnva the Largest and Mo5t Select Stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS in the Territory, comprising all the Latest Cloths m Boncle, Nigger-head, Astncan and Bcson, very rich imported combination Suit as one" jrpjjyyegEp ART.UENTS we stand unrivalled. Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Ladies' and Misses' and children's Muslin and Knit Underwear at fifty cents on the dollar. Ladies' 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. COHEDST, USTETW YORK STORE, Fifth Street, TOMBSTONE, A. T. BZ" aSCHp'