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BAGH. ABEL & GO. -SERIES OF- SPECÍ AL GlHt lil ! No. 1. 3000 yards of printed Cotton Challies, Best Make, at 5c per yard. No. 2. 3000 yards of Columbia, printed Cotton Serges, at 9c per lyard, worth 12ic per yard in a regular way. No. 3. 25 pieces of Atlantic F. Cashmeres, at 25c per yard, 36 incbes wide and a beautiful line of colors. No. 4. 20 pieces of All-Wool Ilenrietta at 50c per yard. 40 inches wide and all the new shades. No. 5. 35 pieces of Plaided and Stiïped Frencli Organdies, Fast Black, Newest Patterns and lowest prices. The handsomest line of these goods ever shown in this city. No. 6. 40 pieces of Striped Zephyr Ginc;hams at 10c per yard. The same goods are sold by ordinary dealers at 15 cents. No. 7. 100 dozens of Ladies, Full Regular, Fast Black Hose, at 25c per pair. These goods cost more to import than we have made the price. No. 8. Black Dress Laces. We are showing 40 different styles ranging in price f rom $1 to $5 per yard, and to say thatthat they make the most genteel dress for a lady is simply stating the truth. Our stock will supply the material needed. No. 9. Reefer and Blazer Jackets, and we have put ourselves in position to supply the demand from the Plain Black Cheviot to the Natty White Yacht Cloth. All made in the latest style, coupled with the lowest prices. No. 10, Kid and Fabric Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Laces, Ruchings. Muslin and Knit Underwear. Our stock of these articles will afford you genuine satisfaction as it supplies your wants at very low prices for good goods. BACÏÏJÏBÊL& CO., 26 S. MAIN STREET. Universlty Buildings.- Tenders Wanted. Proposals will be recelved bv the Board of Regenta oí the University of Michigan up to and including the lOth day of July, for the ereetion and completion of an addition to the Law Building, an addition to the Engineering Building, and an addition to the President 8 House, all on the University grounds, in the City of Ann Arbor. Plans and specifieations can be seen at the office of the Secretary of the University, or at the office of the Architect, E. W. Arnold, 5 Buhl Block, Detroit. Proposals must be sealed and endorsed "Proposals for University Buildings," and addressed to James H, Wade, Secretary of the Board of Kegents, Ann Arbor, Mich. Separate proposals will be required for eacn building. Each tender must be accompanied by an approved bond, or certifled check of five hundred dollars ($500), as surety that the parties will enter into a contract should their proposals he aceepted . _, Blank schedules will be supplied by the Secretary upon application. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. EST Do not confuse The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, with any other Company of apparently similar name, bul less magnitude. Bear in mind that there is no Life Insurance company called "The New York Mutual Life " and that there is no Life Insurance Company chartered by the State of New York, authorized to use the word MUTUAL in its title except The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. Richard A. McCurdy President. Robert A. Granniss, VlCE-PRESIDENTt