O ,- 1 C O CD Ann Arbor, Jan. 1886 1 C3 VI.; uo NOT KEEI' A "3 f SLAÜGHTER HOUSE I CCJ Bl I wt; SKI.I. MORÉ O OQ & I Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths il ÍS 2 AND Ö HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 3 -_, For less nionoy than aiiy otlior house in the coinily. NO. 20 SJAIN SÍ Causis id Dnn. Every day brings us new goods. Never have we shown so complete an assortment. Colors and Patterns of Carpets are the most beautiful shown for years. OTTIE?, PRICES are as low as ever though manufacturers have advanced theirs. - Ï Come Early, and have the first choice. See our Ingrain Rugs. John Keck & Co. AN AWFDL SLAUGHTER- EVERTTHIIÍG MARKED DOWN M ACK & SCHMID Offer the greatest inducements to all "purchasers of Dry Goods. An opportunity to really make money by buying during this sale. Every lady or family should cali and make 25 per cent, on their purchase. The stock must go. Cloaks, prices on Ladies and Misses G-arments are cut down in many lots to one-half, it will pay to buy now for next seasons wear. Startling low prices in Black and Colored Silks, Dress Goods. Shawls, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, etc. We have no room for elabórate price-lists or description of leaders, but simply content ourselves by assuring our patrons a saving of at least 10 to 25 per cent, under any house in the city.