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MllM.V l.lllliCN Say that there is no place in Ann Arbor where you buy flrst-class dry goods so oheaply as you can at Schairer & Millen's. One would soon becorae convinced of this if he but took the time, some day, to walk through this flourish ing establishment. Obliging clerks will take pleasure in showing him or her the goods, even if he or she do not purchase. A visitor will flnd on the first floor everything in the way of dress goods, flannels, silks, etc, which the most fastidious could desire. Enough is here displayed at the present timeto give a lady a good idea of what Dame Fashion proposes she shall wear this fall. Among other things we might mention rough wools (with a craze for dots and spots,) Scotch twisted suitings, plaids and camel's hair, West of England tweeds, Englieh suitings, Bedford cords, cheviots, snow-flakes, Angora cloths, homespuns, and elegant Paris robes. The special beauty of these styles is that no two are alike. The craze for black has not by nny means abated, as Schairer & Millen are well aware. They have consequently laid in tliis fall what they consider the best black goods stock in Michigan. In variety and cheapness these goods compare well with any stock kept in Detroit. All ladies who are in the habit of wearing silks should certainly cali upon Schairer & Millen before they tinally imrchase They are selling this week all silk BUraJos, in black and other shades, which ordinarily bring flfty cents, for twenty-live cents a yard. A 24-inch faille, black silk, is also a specialty with this flrm. It is the cloak department of this store, however, in which these enterprising merchants take the most pride. The whole second floor of the building they occupy has been devoted to this branch of the business. The latest fashions from all parts of the world, m jackets, capes, Xewmarkets and misses' and children's cloaks, are displayed. The leader of this season combines the best features of the hip seam and reefer jackets, fltting tight in the back and quite loĆ³se in front. Pur trimmings are quite in vogue this fall. The best astraohan, opossum, mink, mufflon, Persian lamb and coney furs are used. Subscribe for The Register.


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