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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PRICE FIVE CENTS. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC. GREAT WHITEHALL STORES! U Nl Attraction, to Trading Fubnc Every Pay this Chamber Suit Week. BUY THEM THIS WEEK AT _____ A FEW THINGS! which must be sold this week mour lengths magnificent trimming I silks ranging in price trom to all Si per yard. ,8 pieces black Dress Laces ot prettiest ChanliUv patterns, cut from ?4. down to onc- thirtl price. IT, pieces light blue figured Dra- pery, net cut from to 750. 15 pieces black Dress Silks at rjbc worth 4r, patterns of black Dress Silks containing 16 to 18 yards will be offered at less than import cost. In colored DRESS GOODS! offer to purchasers this week a few rare bargains. pieces 4O-mch Silk and wool mixtures at 35C, beautiful o-oods and sold the world over at 630 e At pieces 48-inch Ger- man Serges in fine dark, shades, actual value ft. J. M. High Co. s orice 5OC. At 850, 63 pieces of the latest shades'in French Henrietta, the regular quality, now Ssc. BARGAIN'COUNTERS Are overflowing with dress lengths of finest materials. Remember, this is ovr last week of Remnants. The entire lot will be sold tomorrow. That is, if you want "a good thing for une-third cost. Don't pass our Black Dress Goods Department FOR SOME FINE GOODS. Henrietta, at Henrietta, at Henrietta, at Henrietta, at Special lot Ladies' Corset Covers, made oE Cambric and trimmed m nainsook edging, 500. EMBROIDERIES. It is our pleasure this season to show the choicest line of bwiss needlework ever imported to this countrv.. The perfect taste of our Kmbroidery buyer, Mr. Alex Max- well is shown to the fullest extent. We are now offering all the sea- son's daintiest and newest produc- tions in ail classes of Swiss, Nain- sook, Mull and Hamburg Kmbroid- eries all widths and prices. New Points, new tucked ana hemstitched designs, many of which are confined exclusively to us. Come, if but to take a look--we will be delighted to show you the lines we arc offering. Special jobs for bargain counters every day this week, at 5, 10, 15 "High's Peerless shirt for 650 is well worth 85c, made of N. Y. mills domestic and all of the late improve, merits, fit guaranteed' "High's Puritan" is the shirt we run in competition to the shirt- Our price Fine plaited bosom snirts, open rent and open back soc each, well vorth 650. _ Gents' night robes in fancy and ulain 72C each, regular price Gents' wool Underwear at your own prices. Will pay you to look. Ladies' pure silk ribbed Vests m fine shades only 650 each worth Ladies' black silk ribbed ests. best of dye guaranteed, worth Just'received a beautiful line the Great Star Shirt waists for boys, over different patterns all laun- driedf Come before they are picked over. -3O- JSTew Styles FOLDING BEDS -----RECEIVED----- Thfe Past Week! Our Celebrated New- and 250 yard. Windsor Beds, Mantel Beds, Chippan Beds This Week TEN-PIECE GHftMBER SUITS! Marble Tops, Beveled Glasses AND TOILETa TEN-PIECE Solid Oak CHAMBER SUITS 1 Bevel Plates Dresser and Wasteland Haverty Furniture Co., v FURNITURK AND CARPETS ATLAN' Again This 'Week At 8 pieces silk warp 8gc, worth 7 pieces silk warp worth 5 pieces silk warp worth 1.73- 6 pieces silk warp worth 4 pieces silk warp worth This is positively the last week ot cost price on these goods. 139 Black Dress Remnants will be sold tomorrow, one-half off reg- ular price. LADIES' MUSUN UNDERWEAR. Henrietta, at Our January sale of Ladies' Mus- lin Underwear was immense. More sold in this one month than in any entire season before. The largest stock south. Styles all new and attractive. Workman- ship and material the very best that can be had. Continuation of the great sale for this week. 20 dozen Ladies' Gowns, Mother Hubbard style, flicked yoke, neck and sleeves, trimmed in embroidery, One lot Ladies' Gowns, Mother Hubbard style, yoke of nice quality Hamburg inserting, neck and sleeves to match, goc. 500 Ladies' Skirts made of Lons- tlaie Domestic, with tucked ruffle of Cambric and cluster tucks above ruffle. 750. 3 5 dozen Ladies' Drawers, with ruffle of Hamburg embroidery and cluster tucks above, 500. One lot Ladies' Chemises, round neck, V yoke of Hamburg inserting and tucks, neck and sleeves trimmed in Hamburg embrodery, 500.______ High. Co. FLUTED SETS. We received by Saturday's ex- press a new lot of Ladies' Fluted Collars and Cuffs to be sold at 470 SE Vandyke Collars, Ruchings and Laces. Complete new line now in. LACE SPECIALS. 5 ooo yards hand made Linen Torchon Lace, worth from loc to 250 yard, on bargain counter at only ice yard. LACE CURTAINS AND SCRIMS. ir.0 pieces lace Scrim at loo pieces Persian Drapery at 12 V' c yard. 100 pairs Nottingham Lace Cur tains at q8c pair. 75 pairs fine Lace Curtains at 50 pair, worth from to CLOAKS AND CAPES A Last Call If you have not bought do it now 25 accordeon plaited Capes at worth to 17 Cloth Capes, satin faced, at SU, worth 19 Broadcloth satin lined Capes at worth and We are running the accommoda tion schedule on all Cloaks. We will stop our prices just wherever suits you. Come and get what you i want. If you want a Cloak, or ever ex- pect to want one, now is your time to buy. Many choice things yet to be had. Gome at once. 150embroidored Cashmere Scarfs will be sold at just goc on the dollar. Full line of new Cashmere Shawls in black, tan and cardinal, all wool 13 smocked Jerseys in navy, green, and black at worth co dozen Ladies' new modes tans and gray Hose, with white split black silk hose 3 .f-fsft QC 100 dozen Ladies' black 4O-gauge ast black Hose, guaranteed stain- ess or money refunded, 250. 100 dozen Ladies' French, nbe droped stich, and Plain Lisle Hose n pearl, gray, bronze, pompe- reds. sueds and light tans, to match fancy colored slippers, at 500 pair. 50 dozen Ladies' Silk Hose, plain and mauck rib, any color you wish, at pair. 200 dozen Misses' ribbed and plain Hose, warranted fast black, all sizes, at 250. 100 dozen Gents'unbleached and solid colored seamless half Hose, 125 dozen Gents' full regular made, double heel and toe, Balbrig- gan half Hose, 150. 50 dozen Gents' super stout Brit- ish half Hose, 3 pairs for 5oc. 100 dozen Gents' onyx black halt Hose, guaranteed stainless, 250. Infants' ?4 and full length Hose, fast black, warranted, 250. NOTIONS! rubber and zylonite Combs, worth loc; yards Web Elastic, to go at pair rubber side Combs, good quality, T C JL V-X- Grand Rapids Make Hundreds of elegant articles in unique We have many broken lots of Suits, among them some of the choicest goods that are now marked at such low prices that will rapidly move them out. There are but one or two Suits of a style and if you mec-varo worth rf magnificent furniture at prices within Over PASSENGER SCHEDULE GEORGIA SOUTHERN FLORIDA RAILROAD. RIVEH HOUTE TO A Lv Macon........................... Ar Cordele.......................... Ar Tif ton............................ Lv Tif ton.......................... Ar Valdosta....................... Ar .lasper.......................... Ar Lake City....................... Ar Jacksonville.................... _ _ _ oxidized silver andgiltside Combs, t0lgOOoVai'r side Combs, the handsomest ever in A.tlanla, to go at pair- __ Gold Necklaces, one and two strands, to go BtBeaafiM assortment fancy Ribbon Pins, to Bangle Bracelets, silver, gilt and oxidized, to Ko at lOc each, [Me Chamois Skins, to be sold at 2Sc each. "Oc Sponges, to be sold at 13c each. SHOE BARGAINS. pair-; Shoes to be given away at half j' kid la.cc shoes 75c -worth Jacksonville Lv City... Ar Jasper....... Ar Vamosta..... AT Tifton....... Iw Tif ton.-..... Ar Cordele...... Ar Macon....... ______ Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 stop b TLftnn. 2 28 p m, 2 13 a m 4 n m 3 35 a m 5 28 p mi 4 43 a m G 46 p mi 5 fifi a 9 20 p in' 8 30 a 2. T 7 35ain! 4 10 p m ..'10 00 a m 7 Ofl p m 'II 05 a m' ..'ia 12 pm 1 48 p ill 2 03 p m 3 17 p m 5 20 p m _ 20 p ill 11 oo p m No. 13. r, SO a m 10 40ain 3 15 p m 5 30 p m 7 00 am 0 .Ti a in 11! 01 p m G 03 p 14, 8 on a 10 30 a j i 12 r oo E Palace Slee rs on trains Kns. 3 j, accommodation T ItoGI. I SicTtingAgt., 0 Wai, street, Ki.ntoll Atla ESS shoes, worked button Kid Ladies' waterproof Circu- Misses' Mother Hubbards in all the newest shades at com- worth UNLMJNDR1ED SHIRTS! UNLM1NQR1ED SHIRTS! Just received 200 dozen more of 1 our famous "High's Homstead, This is the greatest 5oc shirt ever sold. ______ mon oense and opera heel and toe Cents' custom made_shoes, in congress and baGenb'2'gemunte1cali'castom made shoes, con- gress and bals, plain or cap toe S2.oO, worth OenK -fine call Slices, hand-sewed, S3.50; BRO.'S SHOES. h More Ziegler Bros.' Shoes in oar stock than any honse in Georpa, and at which snr- .rise cn.stome.rs and startle competition. Zieg- er BroT's Infant's Kid Button Shoes, 50c; sold Ziealer Bros.' Ladies' dongola kid button, common sense and opera heel and toe, fros.' Ladies' French dongola kid button Shoes, hand-sewed, S3, sold Ziegler Bros.' Ladies' Freuch kid bntton C'l Xfl J. Co. can be fitted in one of you cannot fail to be at- tracted by the style, qual- ity, and above all, the price. See them, there may be among them eome- hing to strike your fancy. A. BOSENFBLD SON, 4 Whitehall, Corner Alabama. 1- congress Shoes. alter isros.- Shoes lor eTerybody. Ion, from Tflc ta pair. J. M. High Co. PORCELAIN Brand of CONDENSED MILK THE OSZ.T BEAKD 3IADE Di PORCELAIN PANS CONDENSED MILK CO., EaOETHVIIiE, MICH. ndrew J. West. Frank West 1.1 PRIOR ST., Kimball House, Attend strictly to sell- ing and buying Real Estate and Loaning Money on same. Al- ways on the alert Those who wish to make money will be advised by those who have tried us to deal with us in buying, sell- ing or loaning. 1 J. 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