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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THIS CONTAINS i A.TL ANT! CONSTITUTION! From I w Ky x divis" has s on tl Oao li n alte of Sa rein Sta 1 01 ran-. ito- M. n J tl sip tli at y VOL. XXTo ATLANTA. GEORGIA. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5. 189O. DRY GOODS NOTIONS, HOSIERY. ETC ire Badly Left on Cloaks! i, aie sorr) t confess it, but It i fut I 1 i. t_ ithe- i is been too much To v- bold or a} to f Mi t uc not ca r} 'hem '1 he winter come 01 t vs e d not t ike the ch nice-, Ine Cioaks nu st be sold, ind B M now Om unH bei it be the lei ii eiit den el fiom this i t I ee s lie s., I idie> at f titl t fn m to t; I i las line, weight ai t-, ill worth froi' >I t L it
this week 60 pieces silk net eventngshades, reduced tiom to 7 Here Again We Are At Fault! the season opened it seemed we could not buy enough In our eagerness to supply the demand bought TIMES Usual Supply We had no winter, and are i worth of Umbrellas on hand to- day. This is worth more than we want to carry and must unload. Oxidized Glo- ria Umbrellas, cut to dress lengths included They" must be old ind that quieklj ynaied' Cill and see them Specials. 45 pieces 1 rench Bioidcloth, sponged and steam shrunk, 50 goods, cut to Sgc jaid 30 pieces Geo Mesmms oo Iiench Bioadclotns latest fall shades, cut for this sale to gi 21 jard 80 pieces, all wool, 46 inch Royal Surah Twill, Complete line of col ors, worth 83c yard to go at 6oc 42 inch Mohan Pin Checks, the most stylish goods in the mirkct, wo th 75c etit to Caid 350 gold and silver handle Umbrellas, at and English oxidized and sterling silver handles, cut 30 per cent under value to close stock. TORCHON THE LAST of those blick and S.T ly mixed Suit ings, the bargain of the season, 36 inch wide, all wool 31 c i ooo pair Ladies' Goat Lice Shoes it yjC, worth 50 pair laches Kid Lace Shoes at 750, worth 50 Are Stuck: On BLACK GOODS. It is a well established and un disputed fact that we are southern hcadqtiirters on Black Dress goods I he clcDirtment offers this week some phenomemi values piece p isses undei the reduction scale BLANKETS Warm weather the cause How ever, we have the goods and are compelled to sell them, Price or No Price, If saving is an Object Imported direct by us. worth of new Torchons in this week. Note the bargain table at lOe yard, in- chiding goods as high as 25c yard. 7 5 4 k k C! ti _ Here thej If vou need or will need iny thing in this line Now Is Your I adies' Jeisey ribbed Vests, 450 were 6oc Ladies' a'l ool Jersey ribbed Vests, yoc, were Ladies' fine lamb s wool vests and pants gtc each were Ladies' scarlet suits, vests and pints 99 suit -were Men s Scotch gray shuts and anvvers 370, were Men s lambs shirts and drawers 250, were Men s natural wool suits, shirts ind at 75 suit worth We have been sell- ing the past twelve months a line of 4-ply all linen Gents' collars at lOc each. They have given perfect sat- isfaction, and are just as good as any 20c col- lar in the market. Try a sample 18 styles. AUO I T o i School-Opening Sale. Any suit of Boys' or Children's Clothing in our stock is subject To a 15 per cent DISCOUNT! ONE PRICE, PLAIN FIGURES A. ROSENFELD SON, 24 Whitehall street, corner Alabama. TRADE SALE! Everybody who wants to buy in lots should attend McBride's trade sale tomorrow at 10 a. m. Southern Mutual Building and Loan as- sociation, James 1, 2 and 3 Traders' Bank building. Yards bought at a Price worth from lOc to 25c yd. All to go at yard. FLUTED Linen Collars. Vandyke Points jn Endless Profusion. NOTICE. OFFICE OF CITY ASSESSORS AND BE- EivEKfl, ATLANTA, Ga January 1, 1890 LL PERSONS ING MADE ANY TRANS- ALL f fers or Bales of real esinte since las.. Apr 1 please call ac the city tax office and report earn0 and till those xrbo own land ii the new city limits e same enteied irpoo gave time and trouble when mating your return C T) MEADOE T J MALONE C J KMTH, jnn I td City Assessors Attention, Merchants. The stock of tobacco and cigars levied on as 1 rt ana aii xrno own iana n the property of TV ood- ward will be sold at sheriffs sale Tuesday, the 7th, be- tween legal hours of sale. ftflAB KSM WAHTEO to nand'.o tio SIKH; UVlIU BlCn HOIIET WOBI, CCSPUTE SaDayBlime. until cured of ANY Trouble j ibis paper, declo son-it wky-U SPAPFRf
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