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BACH & ABEL'S COLUMN Our dress goods department can not be surpassed. We are now offering some extraordinary bargains, to which we ask your early attention. There are many things in this department which can not be found anywhere else and [ but few o them can be bought near the prices we are selling them for. Medium priced dress goods, löOpieces at 50. This comprises the largest assortment ever shown at the prices. All first-class styles, 38 inches wide and nearlylall worth 75c. There are checks, stripes, broken blocks and fancy mixtures of all colors and shades. 50 pieces Jamestown Suitings in plain and fancy stripes at 25c per yard. l Best goods in the world for the price. Mixed Cloth Suitings, 54 inches wide 85c. Camel's Hair 42 and 44 inches wide, 65c, 75c, and $1.00 per yard. French Drap D 'Alma in ten shades at 90c, cheap at $1.25. AllWoolAlbatross 38 inches wide, 50 cents. Special Sale of allover laces and flouncings. 5 pieces Flouncings 40 in. wide 65c, 75c and $1.00 per yard. 6 pieces. Cream and White Flouncing, 40 inches wide, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per yard. 6 pieces Black Chantilla and Spanish Guipure Laces, 40 inches wide at $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 and 5.00 per yard. 5 pieces all over Chantilla and Spanish Guipure Lace to match at $2.00, $3.00 and $3.50 per yeard. Few patterns in window this week. BACH & ABEL. Celebrated The best shoe yet for the Best American Calf, Button, Lace and Congress, alllcut Seamless Hard wear in every pair. GOODSPEED & SONS 17 South Main street. MISS WILLARD, Has removed to NO. 80 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Aiul will open a New Stock of Mlülnery THURSDAY, MARCH 3lst. MINNESOTA. NORTH DAKOTA. ANTELOPE, MOUSE, AND RED RIVER VALLEYS, TURTLE MOUNTAIN DISTRICT Wil ii -mi mileg New Railroad, Qood Markets, Numerous New Toffau (lncludlng Rugby, an Important Janotlon. and Mlnot, División H.M.ltniiiricrs, TWO MILLION ACRES excellent (overnrarat land, DIRECTLY ON THE LINE OF THE RAILROAD alFord excellent opportunltleB tor stockmen, Farmers, Mechantes aud Merplmiits Come early and Investígate, or for further partlcularH write to C. II WABRKK, O. F. A. St. P. M. & M. Hy. St. Paul, Mlnn W. TREMAINE'S FIKE AND LIFE !NfURA!VCB_A6BAlCr ! Nu. 10 Kust Huroii Streil, OppOHlte Cxk House. Ten Flrst-Class Compunir.s n 'pri-si'iited. Assctts Over $25,000,000. 13IIM80U. ANN ARBOR Small Fruit Nursery ! All Kimls of BERRY PLANTS. Fine Plante of tbe SHARPLESS, The Best Strawberry Qrown, Krom BLLWAKQKBA BARKY, Uocliester, N, Y. Orders must be gent early. WINES AND SYRUPS. Sweet Home-made Wlne for Invallds and the Kuclitirlsl. Boor Wlne, Hasplierry Srup. Shruh l't'ar Syrup, and IMyinouUi Koek lOircs. EMIL BAUR, W. HURON ST. l8U-tf M ATTI Baldl r Htm, bot thoH ho wrll I I I SUiíwnáC.. .-..rll.„d,Mln.,will,rTl,. I I I M rroa, full luformnion boul work whlch II I lb7 til do. n.i 1It il lioma.tbat will fñy A J XJXJ ihem from Vt lo f 25 P' !¦? Som hT. rodOT.r$.ylindj EKhr iu, joUDf otld. Oipltl otrtqulr.d yoorlrtd Ut. Tboi wbo ttrt 1 ouc Uulutelj .u.i of iu Ulllt rurluuw. All U uw.


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