BACH &. ABEL. We open the New Year with a great Reduction Sale. We present to the trade the following bargains in Blankets : - 10-4 White Star Blankets, at $3.00 per pair; former price$4-.oo. 1 1-4 White Star Blankets, at $4.00; former price $5.00. 10-4 All Wool Medicated Scarlet Blankets, at $3.00 ; former price $4.00. 10-4 Grey Mixed Wool Blankets, $1.60; former price, $2.00 and $2.25. $8.00 and $9.00 Blankets reduced to $6.00 to close what we kave on hand. Comfortables at greatly reduced prices. $2.00 and $2.25 Comfortables, $1.60 to close the lot. $1.75 Comfortables at $1.25. SCARLET UNDERWEAR. One Lot Gents' All Wool Shirts and Drawers, at Soc each ; former price $1.00. This will be the cheapest lot of the kind this season, as they are made from fine wool and very heavy. All other qualities in Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, White, Scarkt and Grey, at very low prices on account of the mild weather. Anything in that line can be bonght at prices that must be satisfactorv to the purchaser as they are not to us. FLANNEL SKIRTS. One lot of Flannel Skirt Patterns, 42 incheslong and 2 yards wide, for $i.;5 each ; former price $1.50. This is extra good value for the money. One lot, same size as above, at $1.50 each ; former price $2.00. No need of feeling cold when good goods are sold at such low prices. CLOAKS. This is the season wlien prices on Cloaks are cut, carved and slashed, and that is what we are doing in this line. Ladies' and Misses' Newmarkets cut L, and i from former prices. Ladies' Brown Tailor-made Garments at $5.00; former price $10.00. Ladies' Fancy Striped Kersey Beaver Garments at $7.00 ; former price, $10.00 and $12.00. Wraps, Jackets and all other styles cut to lower prices than any previous record. SHAWLS. Fine Camel's Hair and Fur Beaver Shawls at $8.00 and $9.00, reduced since the Holidays from $12.00 anci $14.00. Reversible Velvet Shawls reduced from $6.00, $8.00 and $9.00 to $4.50, $5.50 and $6.00. This department affords very decided bargains to any one in want of the goods, and are good paying investmeuts if you don't use them for ayear. They will notbe as eheap again very soon. To close with, we offer bargains in every department to reduce stock before taking Inventory. BACH &. ABEL. 26 Main si .. Cor. Washington. Q jf o" f 1 CD Q I 5 1 !Ü V ] S1 We can show you in Gents' Fine Corduvan Shoes for $5.00 a perfect Beauty and will wear as long as two pair of Calf Skin Shoee. In Ladies, we have as Fine a Shoe as any dealer can show you in French Kid ; Our Price, $3.00. In Hand Turns, Ladies, we have them from $3.00, upwards. Ín Machine Sewed Kid Button, we have them from $1.00, upwards. Our Gooda are the Latest Styles. Our Gents' Shoes, at $1.75, is a clipper, it is Seamless. Give us a cali, rt will pay you. SAMUEL KRAUSE, 43 South Main-st, Aun Arbor. The Annual meeting of the Stockholders of Forest llill Ueinetery Co., of Ann Arbor, Mich, will be held at the office of the corapany on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1889, at 10 a. m. to elect officers and transact such business as may come befbre the meeting. W. W. Wiwes, Clerk. Dec. 18, 1888.