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BACH & ABEL'S COLUMN OUR STGRE WILL BE OPEN UNTI 9 P. M. ETENINGS COMMENCI( MONDA Y, DECEMBER 12th, '87. CLOAKS The weather gives assurance to Cloak Talk, and the conipleteness of our stock allowa us plenty to taik about, and with two suck temptations to overeóme, we are sure you will give us credit for bcing brief, for brief we intend to be. It has long been known to the ladics o Ann Arbor and surrounding ioiens tha our house is tlie only establishment i the interior of tiie state that makes a Specialty of Cloaks. We have placed oí Súlc.ffne hts of cloaks at prices that will insure their imniediate sale. LOT 1 - 20 Handsome Short Wrap?, trimmed witli fur, Satin lined, at $13.00 former prices, $18.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $3ö.OO. LOT 8- 13 Black and Colored Cloth Sacks, trimmed with fur and astraclian at $1.00; former prices $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. WT 3-10 Russian Circulars trimmed with fur and astrachan, $3.00; former prices $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00. LOT 4 - 25 Black and Brown Newmarkets, trimmed and plain, $7.00; former prices $10.00 and $12.00 OT 5-10 Silk Ci rculars, silk lined, at $7.00, former prices $10.00 and $12.00. These are straight prices and good garnents. This word good wc use without ny qualificatlon. It means all that the pord implies, and you will find them as lonest garments as were ever put toether. nZOUSAXTDS OF SILK HANDKERCIIIEFS AND MUFFLERS GO ON SALE TUIS WEEK. MORE TIIAX EVER BEFORE. ilk anü Uool .Humera, 25c to $5.1)0. Silk Handkercliiefe froin 10c to $5.00. 500 Boxes Tourlst Itucliliiff-G ytxéê ' in box, thia week 10c a box. Usual retal] price 18 and 20c. 50 Dm. Gents Lincn IlandluTchiofs, ' plain and fancy borders 25c. Usual price, 40c. 10 Styles of Dress (oods ga down , from $1.00 to 75c this week. ( Featlier triinming doesn't move as fust j as we would üke to have it. To make it go lively price to-day [goei to 25 cents. Former prices, $1.00, $1.25, $1 50 nnd , $1 75 a yard. BACH & ABEL


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