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3ACH & ASEL'S COLUMN. We have placed on sale this week a lase of our Celebrated Black Cashmeres. The prices are the same as last Season. When we say the same as last Season's prices, you should be convinced hat we are selling hem very cheap. Cashmeres have advanced about 10c. a Yard. Quite a large assortmentofournew Spring DressGoods, Black and Colors are now on Sale. A few Stylesareinwindow on the left as you enter the store. The greatest bargains that will be )flered this season in this Cityorinany other City are our Sateens at 12 l-2c. per yard. We have only one case of these goods- 21 styles. Don't wait until they are gone and then ask for the Sateens advertised at 12 l-2c. We will sell this case only at 12 l-2c. The usual price for this qualïty of Sateen is 20 to 25c per yard. We show a few styles ;his week in our window. Our New Embroideries are now on sale. Patterns are new, Prices are Low. BACH & ABEL. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIQHT ONLY. THURSDAY, FEBT 24th, Engagement of the Great Comed lans, MOXROE & RICE, MY AlOTBRIDGiT! V Musical Irish Comedy, In Three Act, and Heven thousand I,aus:h8 by Scott Marble, aul hor of "Over the Garden Wall," etc., etc.. etc CEORCE MONROE, Tlie great Laughlng Bridget, 'EH! 1II I HKAR YOU?" "NOW YOU STOP," "ÜHIBY GOSH." JONH C. RICE, The Adonis of Llght Comedy, "THIN'K 1T OVER!" "STAY WHEUE YOU ARE." Supported by a Superior Company of Metropolitan Comedlans. A WHIRLWIXD OF FÍJN ! A CARMVAL ÜF MUSIC ! Come and Henr liriclgct Laugh and Joln the Chorus oí K:mrs. ID.MISSION, ¦ 7S, óO, 85 Cents. Reserved Seats now on 8ale at Yale's Postotnce News Depot without extra charge. tiicu mm mm A XX ARBOU, MICHIGAN" . Manufacturera of ASH, CHERRY, OAK, ANTIQÜE AND WALNUT BED ROOM SUITS. Salearoom at NO. 52, SOUTH MAIN St. 1336-1318. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. "VTOTICE Is hereby glven that tho partneri.1 hip lately subslsllug between Niles H. Win.uis and Jamen M. stafford under the (lrni name of Winans & Stafford was dlsRolved by mutual consent on the seventh day of Kebruary, 1SS7. All debta due to the mul partnership and those due by I hom will be settled wlth and by Jauies M. Stafford who will continuo the business at the old stand. N. H. WINANM, J. M. STAFFORD. Arm Arbor, Mlch., February 7th, 1887. MADAME MORA'S CORSETS. jaMftHT -i)MFORTARLE AJfl BflHfllL MaiTbnntgay thojr glvo b;tter EW]& Líun líiMJi eny curaet ¦VSn tbfy evor ar-hl. rrofvn)akrrt w'?'. ¦ '" ?' ¦¦ e ¦in-i.) ml ti.r-tn 1' r Ihtir itno flft fj fih.'tiif. i. uniiot hrvak o vr P _S bip. Are ri'ti, uhniy likert by tftejJly uulJraof lufl :.. ui e.(The ONi Z l Jlnve tlie TATENTTiaiLSBACr. WLmÊtt Jk Which foviis the opn p&ce St ''f'ry imsThopV.pularTíFMOmm. ITOBlKWsC-' tarlk Rxirrip, whicn X P vr t-;m ! inntantly tken V -Jt9 Otlt, WITILTT CITTIVO Ott Pk. jJm4 ïitim-ivo. tsri-ndio. a s k for MMË0L I M'AMi: .]OILACOK SF'Ih. No othcru th XlBfcïïlijk CflehraU-il Frcuh i'urvcd Lf f ' BOffen-'l t''lfoc-lvr the public O I WwO Jl'in'ifft-tur(.Ml hy adame Mon's Contour. T Kiï VT'ft x co.. Madame Mora's Ca Reino. Bimiineiini, Madame Mora's Aldlne. J. . riUptrl.-L A ; Madame Mora's Comfort Hip. n LoonarU St, . jt i UNIVERSAL n"-" m vp'Wi' Jo Bj B A T H . Hr-Mirf -L-- 3 o -mr i-vñvl Bï {E Whnlctmle A Rttail "' ¦')l s.a to, circuí.. É. J. KNOWLTON. Ann Arbor. Mlch. A COMPLETE ARRANQEMICNT:foU Physiciaa iü Families. Keiler and Cheape ANÜ JIOHI CONVENIENT THAN AHTAT1ONARY BATH TUB, WIT1 NO EXPENSE OF BATH ROOM AND FIXTURES. 33-8.


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