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BACH & ABEL'S COLUMN. We placo on sale this week 50 pieces of Black and colored Caslimeres at prices never before named In Ann Arbor. We propose to make it the most important Black Goods Sale of the season. We await your coming. We have "upset" pricea in our Silk department. We shall offer this week a yery handsome Dress Silk nt $1.40. We also wish to convey the impressiou that our $160, $1.75, $2.00, $2 50 and $3.00 Black Silks are remarkably cheap. In our Etnbroidery Department a sale of considerable energy has tleveloped with in the past three weeks. The size and mportance of this sale can not be over eatimated. Special attcntion is called this week to our Table Llnens at 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c and $1.00. We feel sure that no prudent housekeeper can afford to overlook this opportunlty to secure some of the cheapest Linens ever seen in this mnrket. One case aaaorted styles of the old fashioned Indigo Blue Print nearly one yard wide now on sale at a price that competes liberally with an inferior quality sold in the city. We have now on sale a full line of Misses Corsets. In quantitics of 5 doz. or more J. & F. Coats Spool Cotton (the best In the world) can be bought at 55c, 6 per cent. off for cash. No use senuing out of town for it for you can not buy it any cheaper. i Our 50c Corset takes the "pastry" for quality and cheapness. Not an inferior quality but the best quality of Ginghains at 10 cents. For Spring and SummerSkirts,Moreeng are good. We have all shades. If you wish the best Crochet Quilt made at $1.25 do not linger, come and get one st once, as we can not sell them at that price much longcr. Remember we advertise just what we mean, nothing more, nothing less. BACH & ABEL. WM. S. WHIPPLB, ESQ., Has purchoded n valuable Perdieron Norman Stalllon Inun M. W. Dunuain, of illinois. Coininodore" is a very fine dapple-gruy, white muñe and mil, 164 hands high, wrijrln 1,010 tbs., ia Bty.ish and . lrs.iut in appearaucc, and will pleae all who like a coach sty e of norse poseesaing the Btou'nssand aabstauce of a draugtu norse He is one of the finest horses ever brought into thie State. He was imported from France August 25, 1882, by M.W, Dunham, of Illinois, when fouryears old. 1 would cordially invite all those who wish to nee him to cail at iny regidence, where hu may bu fiiunii at all times. WM. 8. WHIPPLE, Proprietor, Northfleld, Washteuaw Co., Mich. Poatofflce addresi, Worden Station. 1135-1138 TO BÜILDERS. Sealed bids will be received by Leonhard Gruner (br the construction of a School Ilouse u the 6th ward of this city, until Monday evening, 2Gth inst. IMans and specifications may be seen at the office of Judge Harriman in the Court House. Right to reject any aud all bids reserved. By Committee. ANN Arbor, March 14, 1883. 1134-1136 For Commencement Exercises or other occasions, Flowers, Flowsr Baskets, BOUQÜETS, ETC, Made up in the most artistic manner, also any special design made to order at KOCH & HALLER, 1133 -1136 52 South Main St. Next Monday at Mr. J. C. Watts' Jevvelry Store there will be a brilliant display of diamond which he has procured for ezhibition and sale on that ilny. Look at the announcement of Koch & Halier if vou wish to furnish your parlor in good style for a moderate price. Lost- A Ladies Gold Watch. Finder will be liberally rewaided on returniDg to owner at 32 S. Ingalls Street. For want of room Koch & Halter offer their parlor goods at reduced prices for the next few week?. All business pertaining to pensions promptly attended to. Apply to O. L. ' Matthews, office over Rinsey & Seabolts store, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1133-1140. Persons having second hand clothingto dónate to the poor, will confer a favor on the Ladies of the Charitable Union by ( ending such aiticles to Mrs. D. S. Woodt, No. 68 Sonth Main street ( Ann Arbor, Feb. 2, '83. A. llBNNiNQ.Sec. U-J9-1136. ( cnAMriorj CABINET GREAMERY. ' ¦r'rTC=="-'-"--jr FirMt Prrmluin lllinMpnnESlair oíh, mh-íiiuiui hek! IvmiSp1., h Sluir í'iiiis. ISS2! i fl, PWPWiTC7nt W A1 (i; es fnr ds.íry ir í e9 [."¦í.'TtSI11"'! i tory ic For cunvetiience f ., "r " ¦---=-- , liai.(];ii;r, r the HETTT''" r! - ? V - jüi! C1(í-hl!' Miiú'k'y aud tlmr-WiCÍ i ¦ " ¦ L ¦" L' -H i!li;y, mu) i :Mf cíe ninr, fllfiuèntsiéènni nrf "in-urcasfpd. flf-ípr. rV ' "ÍÍmB Sl'Hi post;-] for circujirs fe,.a 'Dair'y 'imptement Co., í, '"' ItrlIowH I ull-, Vt. v 1130-1M2 P


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