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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia V Pages to 8 THIS PAPER CONTAINS PRICE FIVE FEBRUARY 23, 189a FCRXITIRE AND CARPETS "HP IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS -OF- OFFER FOR THIS "WEEK. 100 dozen ladies' hemstitched colored bordered Handkerchiefs, at 3 l-3c each, worth 1O. 2 cases ladies' Jersey ribbed Vests, low neck and sleeveless, at lOc each; worth 25. 200 dozen boys' unlaundried Shirts, linen bosoms and bands, at 25e each, worth double. 100 dozen men's unlaundried New York mills, cotton, reinforced back patent facings all round, felled seams, high grade unen boscS andL bands, 5Oc each, guaranteed equal to any 75c Shirt in the country. Chamber suits in mahogany, reduced 25 pei cent. Chamber suits m walnut reduced 25 per cent. .Chamber suits in oak, reduced 25 Parlor suits very fine, overstuffed, 25 per cent, otr. A stock o? medium and common furniture at a reduction of 1O to 20 per cent. 9 These goods must be moved to make rooni for our large spring purchases. We haven't room to house the goods. EW INVOI E (O Remember, this week's drive in Grand Rapids Over worth in stock. Nothing like such a cut in prices ever seen in Atlanta. SideboardsWard- robes, Hat Racks, Folding Lounges, Parlor and Draw- ing Room Suits, Book Cases, Desks Easy Chairs, Brass Beds and Fancy Cabinet Goods 3OO Hotel Suits, Mattresses and Springs at tess than factory Cost. _________________ HAIR ON THE FACE, HECK, CR ANY FfiRT OF THE PERSON WIT1 SDIOTIOS OF Seamless Mattings, 36 inches wide, at 4 7-8c yard; worth lOc. 100 pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains, taped bor- ders and elegant designs, at 93c pair We otter these to match any SJJ1.5O Curtain in Atlanta. 50 pairs Madras Curtains at SI 9O pair; worth Examine our immense stock of Moquettes, Brus- sels and Linoleums. We have had a splendid trade this week and intend to close out at least 5O per cent of all these goods before we can place the stock pur- chased this spring. We are now to furn- ish from stock, mantels in oak, cherry, birch and ma- hogany. Also mantels, cabinets, tile hearths and facings, grates, etc. We can furnish a house from top to bottom in every branch, and will suomit esti- mates for large contracts. Our factory employs 8O hands and our retail store 2O more and with this force we can take contracts that other houses are not prepared to do at same prices. ANDREW J. MILLER SON, 4? AND 44 PEACHTREE 25 PND 27 BROflD STREETS S! GOO REWARD. Hndtnc fn a t prrtunoi-ntlr THK FIRST PREMIUM For the Best Quality of Beer iig been awarded to this our Home Institution Oak Ash, Walnut and Cherry, with best brass trim- mings, at 42c each; worth Sl.OO. 40 pairs Portieres, three yards long Elegant Chenille Flowered Dado, at S2 5O; worth OO. 2OO pieces new spring Ginghams, latest styles, 8c yard, worth 12c. 2 OOO dozen Men's 4-ply Linen Collars at lOc equal to any 20c Collar on the market. 100 dozen Boys' Flanelette and Outing Cloth Waists, laced fronte, 25c each; would be dirt cheap at 50c. THE JUDGES OFTHE just undo With '-.t imprm Beer, eic 1 to auj Jin. ut> in Logs ttlcs of hall pints pints and quarts Hops 01 I> are use 1 tor ths and ttjidi are tree for iiuyeUiou to all at our biewcrj conur llurrtj filled at No 8 West Wall street Telephone the trade throughout the south s I II3L1 1 mirt of All a ity Ctiitnil Time VR) I I (II I IV r i miuli N t Ml. Altn OJ am n> 111 i 1( an in rinin 111 1 111 mn Ii 00 u lit s on am 20 t) Ha; i Mil n nd i Mwon All.a 1 fr Y uiul Ml "No 12 1_ 00 pm ny a I! ipi-Mlk, 2 1) pm t 1 rtl i in -N If t J U for Home N. an I J ttk L rk r Koine Nasli ami tinnati 11 0 am vilk Cincirnnti N; w "Ni. 11 from Cm mnatil and Memphis TvibhMile and Kn i-c I 200pm 1- 40 mi "No 11 for Savannah )'irl mi r mn r 10 1 am I 11 ill 1 il m J tr m i 11 i 111 r in i 1 f I hm ml ind DiilMllc 1 S Oil ii H a 4 11 ]i H Ii i L-.II tin II (Kn.ni Filnla 4 lopi Ii t i J 40, n f n" Lumber, Laths and Shingles CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE SHINGLES! 3-V Fr Ir in Tal 1 fcr nil Kirni I VI IH< (.re n ille b I mi I Birn. 1 t 1H1 1 1 ill.il oopin T TV 1 1 OKLD VHAILItmU ir nl-.rtl ilki -It -HI nil n d jSuml 2X tpt 1 Pi 4O inches wide, at 35c yard, worth 6Oc. 50 pieces new Plaid Sicilians, 36 inches wide, at 25c yard. 4O pieces new Bengalme Figured Silks, most ele- gant goods on the market, 25 inches wide, 75c yard. 1O pieces B. Priestley Co 's celebrated English Silk Warp Henrietta, worth at 87c yard. 200 dozen of the celebrated Star Shirt Waists for boys, at SI and up. Guaranteed the best waist on the market. CONTRHGTOR3 ATTENTION! FOR Excavating and ex- tending Bdiler Room of the Constitution Building. Call at Office for Plans and Specifications. nay a fair price and Ret Swd gloves nuke Hntdh- The? are jia selected alttDB In t .gt and ore WB ited to be ttie Uiabie nuulo- K it to ftnow more t u BRAND SHINGLES Are the Best and Cheapest D. C. BACON, President. M F. AMOROUS, General Manager. L SPAPFRf SPAPFRf
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