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BACH A ABEL'S COLUMN The way Summer SILKS went out the past ten days is a caution, Pulling, picking, cutting all day long. Some of the patterns are out, but the assortment is still good. All Summer Sïlks that ivere $1. 00 and $1.25, now 55 cents. All Summer Silks that were 50 and 55c, now 35 cents. At tho Parasol Counter yesterday it looked as if the season was just opening. New Parasols at about half price don't go a-begging. Ladies' All-Linen Handkerchiefs, Woven Colored borders, 10 cents each. You have paid 20 cents each for no better. In window this week you will find small assortment. Women's White Embroidered Muslin dresses verycheap to close them out. No refuse or rubbish ! Fresh, perfect and handsome. Have been $4.50 to $12. They're now $3]to $8. SEERSUCKERS. There are dozens of styles in which beauty seems to have been the last thing thought of. You think so when you see them in the piece ; but whoever saw an ugly Seersucker when made up? The 9 cent Crinkles have been 121 and this week the 12}4 were 15 cents last week. Plenty of Creams at 5 Icents. Plenty more at 6 cents. Rattling good quality, either of them, for much more than the price. CORDED GINGHAMS. Among the newest, nattiest, neatest of the Cotton noveltiest. You'll likely think they're from Paris. The idea is, there's French fancy in every pretty thread, but the the work is Yankee. Price 124 cents from 20. PERCALE. The tough, yard wide "shirting" so many ladies are Forty to fifty styles. 12 cents from 16. There is pushing and crowding every day about the 17 cent Sateen counter. They're worth an effort to get. Light or dark colors. Every one has been 25 cents BACH & ABEL


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