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Day
5
Month
October
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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We wish to cali the attenties of intelligent and close buyers to our new arrival oí FALL DRESS GOODS ja all styls and colorings óf Flannels and Sackings. llot of 44 inch Dress Flannels at 50c. tbe best valué placed on sale this sea9on. llot of Wendell, Fancy Wool Suitings at 50c, yery stylish and cheap. Our seleetion of Ñovelty Wool Suitings , 54 inches wide are the best thing imported this season. 15 patterns to select trom, "We have received the largest and best line of Black Dress Goods fresh from the importers, all of the new weaves, Rayetine's Drap de Rips, Tricotine's Drap de Alinys, Burznah cloth, Henriettas, Vilna Stripes, all of which are attractive, new and cheap. We invite an examination of the aboye on their merits. Our line of Black Cashmeres and Henriettas at 50, 60, 65, 7075, 80, 85, 90, and $1.00 are the cheapest line in toivn as our increased sales testify. In colored Dress Goods any attempt to enumérate them would fall short of doing justice. Otir stock in that line is complete with all styles of trimmings. MORIE SILKS! Velvets, Plushes! Jt and Braid Trimmings and a complete stock of Crochet Metal and Jet Buttons to match. Housekeepers are now engaged in getting matters arranged to provide for our large increase of inhabitants which must come with the opening of the University and schools, and we invite the attention of all to our stock and pricea of TABLB LINEN AND NAPKINS Bleached and Cream Damasks in all grades from 25 cents per yard to the ftnest grades at $2.00per yard. 10 styles of bleached at $1.00 per yard, 2 yards wide and fine with napkins to match . In Oounterpanes we offer more value for the money than ever before. 100 Oounterpanes at 75c, 100 at $1.00, and our 11-4 Marseilles Quilt at $1.50 is not eqnalled in this market. Better grades for more money. Comfortables - In tbis line we offer the largest stock ever put on sale in this city, all the way in price from 50e. to the elegant sateen ones at $3.00. An inspection of the goods will convince yw of the truth of what we have to say. BLANKETS. Our stock was never better ,all grades of White, Gray and Searlet at prices toat will look cheap even at the low price of Wool. Towels - We can show you a very fair surticle at $1.00 per dozen, and 'at 25c. each you cannot fail to be satisfied, and 4n plain white and bordered DaBMteks you have only to look and we are ia sell. In wide Sheetings and Pillow Case Cottons we offer all widths in Weached and brown at very reasonablo prices, and to early purchasers we are offering decided bargains. We shall open our New Cloaks in a few days asad then we shall have something to say about both style and price. BACH AND ABEL. 2ö South Main St. 7 3 g 4h t, es ni j-o a . . r- h-j A oo 3 '% M Hl i bsi 1 I J sï Í 1 f $ & 3- g i m í n Ai es n -M - Ö Is 2 ; Dj % .3 g n iiio WAHR'S BOOKSTORE Is headquarters for all new and second band sch'ool books used in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. We have purchased during the dull summer months a big stock of second hand school books which must be sold at prices that wil! astonish you. Blank books and writing pads of everj description. Largest stock - Lowest prices. GEO. WAHR, Masonic Block.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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