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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THIS PIPER CONTAINS jl Pages 1 to 12 FKTCiTFIVE CLNTS. 24 Pages TO ST Thefi- belowmdudeonlya Cloaks. Gossimeres. 1TTS. -stall i, M u s th n has ha n mnili I, m null t I axe s, 1 d lib tu of C I il s r sold bx n, n.v Scnm. i HI f re Jhe e.so.i to Hie 1 x been m I ,i tl r f u cm aflo. 1 t B t it mn hxi 1 L M ,i 1 xvo dot. t m .u an a, I i i _umMit m stec it from in lull t ,e f irth of i ualMlie -N n ots C. nen.aris M Ijeskas on I Is to I c mad. short v, rk of it ,r, i e, MUC ,..t c nsidcrcd The h a is Jin. l fyivr jrofltlv payirtK the depart- nitm ill then xvcck Ihc p lies .t ttlncl tl, goods ore ottered TV ill sin prise -on mix lies U bbn f. .ssi.xeies "lay tans eti at I ei 1 01 tli double mini t of sf IIP Cloxksmirtel t res at SS jO Sll 00 >U 0 xi, 1 H i in, 1 tif Miss. Newmarket mi ked I, k it In in -10 o t-U at. T C 1 th V idjeslos thlt 1 --V i 11 1 11 d t) r i 1 11 tits f i( th Modjeskas tl wc, -.1 xud I n down to I I s u jr n-x le 1 1 11 tl t ni, now to he s nlin I 1 vl s n I i.K ts nvtm xl 1C it 1 -1 ftll uidir tin i- T -xd PS Ni Miiaikit -xn 1 C pice es Ik Moires m dark shades at T', lengths French F II. all less thai, dress "XM rth in stock 51 and 3U now j t hi ill sed at s, libiern'n R-iriiPt met cixrdm ll at J.rd, i h J sale of rxenms 'Nets, )0 1 'O u 1 Ni ts to be closed at T in nn. linscled Nets.wo.th'jl W now At IT l entire lot E veiling Net' Kibbon at ce price is strictly retail and is only good for the hours men tioried Broadcloths. Special Sales. 1Y 1 On T i Down They Go. Chi! hen s f at SS t f Novun in u no T ilics Cl th 1 -1 i u 1 n d I a lies Cl. th I I I s 11 I s II I J> II smaikil onl C oth 171 ol ox el ml. e t t 0 I 1 vSide 1! mil N. Mil" -10 Pieces TS niche le e! 1 i Mr 1 OOper s sin I. 1 xi CJ fati icsto Ii It ll X 11 1 Hi H.n 1 11 1 x tclmec Ills 7 MI I I i 1. Glove made nerfict fitting, and as good as any nttcl and 16 1A and iO button lengths 111 opera Mii'es about 25 per cent less thxn other dealers nt, and are umxcrsally rec.frn.ve-l as tne foicii.i st di ih rs in first-i ass, Shoes 111 the Umbrellas. il Mine in one line of Illnk Wrcss Silks at i f'om
amsook m tr.mm.ng wieltlcs, just to hand this imported direct for our own trade and plae cd on sale Monday morning Special dities at lOe Uic, l'.c and 2je ,1 ylii_ ir 1 ros U'i s [i J e -1 rus w-i sold at Brrs U 1 s k .1 r k, 1 hitibhoes SI sold at S- Bros child s kid and Boat ppniig t SI sold at ft :s 11 fa i s kil butteu felloes 1 to 5 Domestic Underwear. Our immense, of 1m of choice Garments ex er-hoMu tins mar ket Torchons. We la laf I rated F.YnsMaUf rl.il s a, 1 H. and offer tl f n at f 1 1 Uie ii in tl e si j n Hosiery. 'alv Men's Shirts. f. M. High Co m thcs country are such phe no, icnal alues to be had as we offer Superior orkrnansh.p, best material, low- est pneos High's Homestead, Made of homestead cotton, 3-ply linen bosom re-mforccd fronts, patent extension hack facing, 50e each High's Puritan, Made of btica nonpareil cotton, 2100 linen bosoms and Dands, full re-mforced, patent ex tension facings in back, 75c each Night Bobes. Plain white and emhroidened, extra length extraordmary values at 72c Slcdias, Smjrnas, etc, from the hanelsol the Swiss, the best collection ot styles and the most remarkable values we a e ever shown }vote the bargain tahles at Sc, 10c, nd 35 Neck-wear. J. M. High. Co. J. M. High Co Hew Vandyke and EHeil Pornts m Bach ngs, Laces and Collars Fluted tumo-v er Collars Faxmtleroy in lUnen and Lace All the latest noi cities at popular prices Gloves. 50 dozen Indies' real Kid Gloves, in all the popular standard shades, at 75c pair Charmant, our great French dollar Kid (Jlof e has a wonderful record this season, mack and popular shades the best Glove erer sold tor one tamdred cents. 50 dozei Ladies' Cl.em.be per ..l SO dozen Lames hand-so ne tnm- med with Hamburg Embroidery and fine I closter tucks 55c each 20 dozen Ladies' Chem.se, extra fine ma- terial, trimmed Kainsook Embroidery and thie clnster tucks 73e 3000 conn' at V paper 1 000 pa] ers need c paper 100 roll sf -t Pr. a Wire II- r Pins Wi in ood box 200 bolts, "ft e-jb E us c vard i] 110 Hair Brushes 1 e t r n hard wood! areiK- v r Hard Bnnlier Co o- ext a w jrth tf j 1? epools vhrr-oa t t 10c 1, v i1. 5 t'c ta High Co. SPAPFRf
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