BACH & AUEL'S COLUMN. This week we are prepared to show you our entire stock of Muslin Underwear for Ladies and Miases We have attempted to make a display, although a feeble one on account of the limited space in our windowsWill you favor us with your presence in order to examine closely the medium and lower grades, and see how we have bettered The richer garments you will linger over, naturally enough, their neatness, finish, elegance, perfection, will attract every lady. You will find them trimmed tastefully with Hamburgs. Torchons and Mediéis Lace, and your criticism we freely invoke, that we may learn We have made better use than ever of our facilities to bring prices to a uniformly lower price but why say that, when you will so soon see it. Some people of kindly hearts with whom sentiment is easier than reasoning, fancy that working women are hardly dealt with in the production oí To such, permit us to suggest two facts : Steam sewing machines wake wonian's work as much lighter as lier pay is heavier lian that of the " poor sewing woman." l'he ninsses of women toilers, in lieu of isiriir their needles at night wlien the lay's labor invites repose, now can read and iniprove their minds, or get sweetness )iit of life in recreation, because we can furnish their garments so very near their eoet to them of the material at retail. faking the range of quality and cost, is not this production a blessing to the daughUrs of lickle fortune, those of luxiry and those of toll ? Ordinarily, however, the low and medium priced garments are of fliinpy overstardied muslin, and careleasly put together. If jou examine our Underwear, fou will be surprised at the fine sewing and the excellence of niaterials compared with that you find elsewhere, at same ) rices. STght Dreasea from 85c to $5 00 Skins, " 50c " 6 00 Drawers, " 75c " 2 50 Chcmise, " 50c " 3 00 Corset Covers, " 50c " 3 00 Chlld'a Dresses, " $1 00 " 6 00 Lnfant's Robes, " 100 " 6 00 We aik special attentioa to our Children's Dresses and Infanfs Robes. Muil Ruche for rough wear, traveling, etc, 25 cents a box of six yards. Stylo is )lain. Enormousquantitiesof it aresold. Our lowest prices heretofore has been 25 and 35 cents. We expect to supply the city. Tovrüt's Muil Ruche. BACH & ABEL. ( I IAND OPERA HOUSE ! ONE NIQHT 0NI,Y. SATURDAY, MARCH 21st, '85 Kngagement extraordinary. Hlnndard opera at popular prices. The Ford English Opera Compaq, wltU ZELDA SEGUIN Jas. G. Peakes- Oeo. W. Denham- Geo. Traverne- Webster Norcrose- Thoa. ChrlRty- Hornee James- MIks Telula Evans - Maude Baker - Hldney Kslabrook - Fannla Hunt D 'Alma - Nell Mitchell an.l otheru with a GRAND CHORUS OF 30 VOICES 1'ro.entlDg Balfes' Charmlng Glpsy Opera "TBEBQBEKIAV filRL" ZELDA SEGUIN AS THE GIPSY QUEEN ! Note the prices for this great company. PRICES, 75, 50, and 35 Cents. Seats now on Sale without extra ohargo at Boughton'8 Post Offlce News Depot. The W. C. T. U. of Washtenaw county will meet in animal convention in the Methodist clmrch, at Ypsilanti, on Wednesday, March 25th, at ti-n o'clock a. in. Every union in tbu county is expected to send dnlegates provided with a full report of lncal work. Sarah A. Grosvenob, Pres. S kaii N. Bishop, Sec'y. Ford's Opera Co., whicli is to appear Saturday evening, at the opera house, are received with rapture wherever they appear. They are as good as travel.