THE GREAT REDUCTSSi SALE OF DRY 600DS! At the Old Reliable Store of BACH, ABEL & CO. Still Continúes. Look in our north window and see the display of Novelties in Silks at 75 ets. a yd. Not over halfprice on the average. Take a look at our south window and see the show of Fancy Ribbons at 10 ets. a yd., they wont last long at the price named. At the same time look at the splendid line of 54-inch Dress Flannels at 50 ets. a yd. reduced from 75 ets., and at that price they were cheap enough. Our stock of Dress Fabrics is still very large and all of the low prices named during our Inventory Sale still continue, but they cannqt always be sold without profit, so if you are in want, take advantage of this last chance and save your money. Our line of Table LinenNapkins, Towels, Lunch Xíloth, Tray Cloth, Counterp anes and Crashes is still complet e, buynow and you will make the profit. SPECIAL. Our firm dissolved February lst and we continue this sale in order to close up affairs of the old house previous to re-organization. PHILIP BACH, ZACHARY ROATH, Surviving Partners of Bach, Abel & Co. , i OU RELIME DRY GOODS HOUSE. 20 South Main St. Grand Opera House ONE NIGHT ONIy. Monday, Mar. 13 '93. ÖNE OF THE Greatest Comedy Orcjanizations Extant AITMIX Prlce: - - 35c. 5Oc, and 75c. Seats on Sale at Watt's Jewelry Store. FOUND AT LAST ! BmekaHug. Kuars and Mats f rom old Carpet. bve jour old Iimrain, Tapestry and Brussels Oarpets. .-ny sizo oï ltiijr made Ctobs .i to A yardB wide and of any length. Prico 7ü oents and upward por Uuir, complete with trmge. L. M. PETERS, Carpet Cloaninfr & Uur Manufacturini? Co. M7 CUnton Ave, De tt-oit. bend tor Circulara.