Monday Morning, Fetouary 2, '91, WE BEGIN A TEN DAYS SALE OF White Goode, Sbeetings, Embroideries, Laces and Ginghams, thatwillTower Head and Shouldets above any sale of the kind ever attempted ia Ann Aibor. Yard wide 6c Unbleaehed Cotton, 454c a yaid. LawrenceLr,. Fiue Bro. Cotton, 5c a yard. Argylc Unbleached 8c Cotton, 6-12e a yard, Continental C. Bro Cotton, Te a yard. Fruit of the Loom Bleuchcd Cotton, Sc ii yard. Lonsdale Bleached Cotton, f-e a yard. 1 case soft Mmsh Bieaohed Cotton, 1c a yard. 1 case Lonsdale Cainbric, ]0c a yard. I lot Plaid Dress ciinghams, SpringStyk-s, Soa yard. l.UUÜ yarda fine Apron Cbeck Ginghams. 5c a yard, 5Ü pieces Wool Finish, 8c Indigo Blue Piints, 5c a yard. White SliHktT Flan nel, worth 12Hc, to go at 5c a yard. 2,000 yards Gray Shaker Flannel, 10c a yard . b pieces Plaid and Check Nainsooks, Cc a yard. $1,000 WORTH EMCmiES, 2C0 pieces wide Embroidery, worth 35e. 40c, and 5Uc, now 25c a yard. üOO pieces Embroidery, worth 25o and 55c, now 16c a yard. 150 pieces Embroidery, worth 20c and 25c, now 10c n yard. 200 pieces Embroidery at 3c and 5c a yard. Point De Jene Laces, worth 50c, now 25c a yard. All Ladios' Pure Wool Vestsand Pants in Gray and Scanet, worth $1.00 and $1.25, now 75c each. I tit Ckak fórat. 'i off any Gaiment in Stock. Plnshes, Cloth Jaokets and Newmarkets, Mi6ses' and children's Coats. A general clean m of the entire stock, The above prices good for this Sale only. Leaders of Low Prices.