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Bach & Abel

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To attract business during the nionth ofJulywe sball offer bargains in all summer goods. To commence with,we offer 50 doz. Ladies' Gauze Vests at 25c each, better goods than most merchants buy at the same price. We also have all of the better trades Jersey Lisie Thread, Balbriggan and India Gauze in Ladies' Childreu's and Gent's. For the next two nionths fans will be used more than the balance of the year and we have a great variety to select f rom. Japanese Fans in 100 different styles, ranging in price frotn 10 cents up. In Satins we liave a beautiful assortment of plain, carved stick, lrand painted and feather-triuimed, pretty and cheap. 'e are offeiir.g rare, new and popular styles in Oorsets, the Model D. D. at one dollar, and the A l at .10 cents are the best articles at tbe pricea ever offered in Uiis maritet. also, 20 other good styles ■ to select f rom. Many people wait until this time to buy Parasols, and to attract late buyers we are offering our Satiu Coaching, Pongees and Fancy Parasols At Cost, aiso big reductions in price of Silk Umbrellas. For the people who are late in getting their summer dresses, we would say that we have just received 50 piecea of India Linens, which we shall sell at 18, 20 and 25c per yard and they are much better than could be bought at those prices eailier in the season. Embroidered flouncing to go with them, very cheap. Our stock of Wash Goods can't be beat, and if in want of anytbing of this kind take a look at our lineof Satteens, Lawns, Corded Jaconets, Ginghams, üatiste and eersuckers. Gloves and Mitts in complete assortment of Kid, Silk and Lisie, in colors suitable for the season. To close our line of Jackets we offer them at exact eost. The best value for one dollar to be found in this city is the Celebrated Tearl Shirt made f rom Wamsutta Cotton with three ply linen fronts, patent sleve and back, reinforced front and back. We aresole agents. Price SI. BACH AND ABEL.


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