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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia FIRST PART. ges i to 12 THIS PAPER CONTAINS PRICE FIVE CENTS. Bargains in Silks. Bargains in "Woolens. Bargains in Linens. Bargains in' Satin es. Bargains in Ginghams. Bargains in Eans. Bargains in Corsets. Bargains in Trimmings Bargains in Domestics. Bargains in Challies. Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains in Embroideries, in WMte Goods. in Underwear. in Notions, in Hosiery, in Umbrellas, in Jewelry, in Perfumery. Woolen Dress Goods. It has been our special aim for years past never to carry goods from one season to another, if prices would sell them. A "SMALL LOSS" now is better than having to carry goods till the spring of 1891 We are prepared now to take "THIS SMALL LOSS" on any piece of Dress Goods in our mammoth stock. On tomorrow morning "REDUCED RATES" will be the rule, and from the re- ductions we are making it is certain that the stock will soon be picked I over. _________ A Few Startlmi -Drives IN OUR iesMd Slippers Last "Week Twenty- three "Novelty Suits" came in late importa- tion. Gome and take them. Your price is ours. All our Plaids and Stripes at less than cost. Surah Plaids that were 6sc, now 4oc yard. They are all wool, 40 inches wide. Similar re- ductions on the finer grades. All our wool Henriettas will be coming" week. This is the most staple ar- ticle in the Dress Goods business, and a reduction means a loss. Henriettas formerly 6y "Henriettas, all wool, 46 inches; wore 750, now 6oc. Henriettas, all wool, 46 inches; were Si, now 750. Reductions in Serges, Mohairs 3 pieces Black Dress Silks at worth This is a bold stroke at competition. A great dif- ference as to price and value. Come see it yourself and recognize this, great bargain. 17 pieces Colored Dress Failles, in the leading street shades, are of- fered at 8jc. Nothing like them in. Atlanta under Take advan- tage of this bargain. It is a grand offering. 28 pieces 32-inch fancy Drapery Silks at" 75C. These are the goods we have sold at during the season. yards colored Silks in plain and fancies, in short lengths, will tie offered at 2 5c on the dollar. This is a'stupendous bargain. These new China Silks in cream and white grounds are in. Also 20 -pieces fancy ftguioA -at quality. 5 pieces 2y-inch black China Silk at Honestly worth Our stock of low shoes for style, quality -and cheapness, leads them all. A look at our mammoth show window will give you a slight idea of our shoes and styles. 867 pairs Indies' Oxfords .at regular priee 752 pairs ladies' 4cM 05rfordsrpat> ent leather tip, worth S7i pairs ladies.' br't dongola Ox- fordsT custorn-tnade, at worth 456 pairs dongola Oxfords, plain or patent leather tip, at fa; sold for D 921 pairs' ladies' Frencn kid Ox- fords, patent leather tip; also plain toe, usually sold florf we close them out at _--------- Business. Only goods qan- price. Such1 have never 200 dozen striped Turkish towels at Sic, ;_ W150 dozen white Turkish towels at lOc, worth t 15c rhed, I 100 dozen buck towels, 22 by 44 inches, 19c, anil all the other wool fabrics that make up the Dress Goods stock. Come up tomorrow and let us con- vince you that our newspaper state- ments bear the imprint of truth. New wool Challies came in last week. Grand assortment to select from. All the latest designs. Our price for both the Manchester and the Pacific wool Challies the com- ing week will be i8c yard. Black Goods Tor the rich and poor. Fabrics and prices for all classes. You can buy of us just what you want, at any time you wish, and always at the lowest possible price. Note the attractions for this week: 5 pieces so-inch Mohair Brillian tine at 75C yard. Same goods can not be duplicated for less than At 4gc we offer for this week 10 pieces all wool Nuns' Veiling, 40 inches wide, and worth 6oc. At 39c yard we will sell an all worth and sold at 5oc yard all over the country. For Fine Trade. We have a limited quantity of B. Priestley Co.'s best silk warp Henriettas. To close the lot this week, we offer: 3 pieces Priestley's silk warp Henrietta at yard. 5 pieces Priestley's silk warp'Henrietta at yard. 3 pieces Priestley's silk warp Henrietta at Light Shades in "Woolens For Street and Evening Wear. Challies in pink, blue, cream and heliotrope, at igc yard. All wool Albertine, cream, yard. 40-inch Albertine, fine, quality, pearl and cream white, yard. At yard, cream Mohair Brilliantine, 40 inches, worth 750 yard. 'All wool French Henrietta, in Kile and pink, 48 inches wide, best Si.-'f, grade, to close at 850 yard: :Lot They must be sold at once. They go at .almost .any price. Ask for them. Lengths from i to 8 yards; The most complete stock, the most elegant styles and tne lowest prices in the sout.h. Come to see us on these goods. Drapery Sets Away Under Metropolitan Prices. At 650 we offer an all Silk Dra- pery Net worth At Ssc we offer an all Silk fig- ured Net, worth At we offer a beautiful Net, several designs, worth _ At Si. 25 we have an exquisite line of Nets worth fully At we have a lovely as- sortment of Nets, worth At and we can match any and values in Atlanta. At and our stock and styles arc simply perfect. We are Drapery Net headquarters Special Bargains in Men's Shoes for 10 Days. 395 pairs men's Shoes in Con gress and lace, at wort! 466 pairs men's Shoes, in Con and lace, custom-made, war 'ranted solid, at reduced from 596 pairs gent's fine calf, custon made Shoes, every pair guaranteed at cheap at 374 Pairs gcnt's genuine Kanga- oo lace Shoes at worth From 75c to saved oil every air of gent's fine shoes bought of Goods.- "'v- yards sheer plaid India Lawns, worth at 50 yard. yard> Nainsook, gotid Sb'lid cfothMlfc yard. TSTo j------ -fold Nainsooks, sale slightly a__e----- big discount values. 6 worth 8j4 yjioc JEor 150. 200. -'X Quilts. worth honeycomb quilts at 73c, BOO worth crochet quilts at SI, 200 12-4 crocl. considered cheap -flits Al 50. Have been f EXTKA at fP2. a P. duality aud size, jvotVwseilles spreads, extra 50, to go at Satines. 200 pieces French design patterns. 100 yard. 'ties, choice Finest line of American satmes at a: sooth at 12Jc yard. opened WUl till yu iiu< sheer plaid India arrl- would be dirt French Satines. Finest qttaKty. choice designs, 20o yard. India ieces choice patterns, the nicest light ricPon the market. Cut from would be dirt chfeapat 200 pieces plaid and striped Lawns ,at the best values ever offered in America for the American Ghalnes. 200 new patterns ot the celebrated Manches- r Charlies, designs exact reproductions of the Ginghams. ahowTitrpeciOT iSone oTany TOuse in and striped Ging- lice Ginghams, the liiigham ever sold in 3c yard. line of novelty smoohest o side band and standard cloths ever offered in this country. If interested in Shoes take a look through the shoe stores and shoe departments of the city, compare the quantity, then the quality of the assortments shown and we wil rest the case with yOu. We not only sell more and better shoes than an concern in the city, but guarante you a saving of from 15 to 25 pe cent on every pair you buy. See the great window display this week. plaid Organdies, finest productions of the French makers, 250 yard. Elegant line corded P K. s at 150 yard, worth 25C- 125 pieces India Linen, 42 inches wide, a't yard. India Linens at 10, 1SC Zephyrs. and up. j Ne: Persian Lawns all prices and all Thes( grades. French Zephyrs ot 25c yard, all the The values we offer cannot be' Fines-t Fr snc matched. Lace, striped and plain Tuckmgs of all kinds from 500 up. Hemstitched and Tucked India Linens for aprons and infants' pat- terns, lovely goods, 5c to yard. Corsets. TOO dozen men's Teck and Four-in- hand Scarfs at worth 50 dozen melt's Teck and Four-in- hand Scarfs at 500, worth Full line Flannel. P K and Linen. Four in-hand for sura mer wear. Sale extraordinary of unlaundri'd Shirts Along with our 4 great marvels Homestead at SOc; Peerless at G5c, Puri- tan at 75c and 'Wonder at we offer 100 dpzen men's Shirts, made of New York Mills cotton, patent stays and, all ronndt and worth at the very lowest T.JC-, for SOc each. Baibriggan Shirts at each. ed and jnjUs jeans drawers, bleach- Fancy pair. and suits at com- Outing Sale. Special lot, 50 different styles at 18c yard- aimot be duplicated for less than 25c late styles and colors, yard. yrs o Sold elsewhere at FTanBfiXSnirls' lor Slen" at SOc, -OOe, Shirts for boys Umbrellas. Our line is complete and unmatchablo in BiHc gloria T-8 inch go.4. Gloria umbrellas, worth J4.50. Parasols. Pans. SECOND FLOOR Still on the Move! Breaking Price Records Every Day. Your Eye ontlie Second Faro, at e Parchment c each. 30 000 yards Lace Cnrtain Scrim at 5c yard. S! pieces India MnUDrapery, slightly dam- Curt ains at 75c pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains, full I 1 _ v.____i rnnnil .inn worth I 500 dozen white cord edge Handkerchiefs ttt Ladies' colored bordered hem- hand- .iig Lac I S2At II pair we will close all of our fine Cur- tatas, including Swiss, Brussels, Tainbourd and Renaissance dSsigns, worth from S6 to.88. I small sum includes all cost to you -hanging included-of your choice of any style curtoin poles, walnnt, ash, oak or cherry, with brass Irumningli, all complete, only 39c. At flic we fuinish hammered brass trimmed I Cnrtain Poles, sold elsewhere at SI. Hall Poles complete for 81; never sold for less than 81.50. and colored bordered ttED Ladies' hemstitched goods, in chiefs, worth double. Notions. 50 dowm French woven Corsets at 75c pair Ladies' BlOUSCS worth SI. The famous E. G. Corsets at75c pair C. B. Corsets, No; 255, at SI pair. Full line Thomson's Corsets, Warner's Cor- on hand. Fen s sets, C. P. Corsets, always ok.----------- Common Sense Corset Waists, children s, Special drive in Ladies' strictly hand-made SHOES m OXFORDS 1 535 pairs ladies' kid button Boots 'hand-turn, regular price to go at 476 pairs ladies' French dongola button Boots, hand-made, at 83; really worth 626 pairs ladies' stnctly hand- turn button Boots, patent leather [tip, reduced from to 1 925 pairs ladies' Faris button Boots, finsst Erench Slid, Chemises, Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Aprons and Infants Dresses, nicely made of good ma- terial, trimmed in lace and em- cluster tucks, etc., only 29C. Every garment in the lot worth double, and many three times the price. Embroideries. The most delicate and daintiest batterns that, designers'" skill can invent. The "grandest -asBO'rtm-ettt of fine and medium priced Em- broideries, not the "largest stock m the but certainly the most select lot of goods in this line that has ever been placed on an Atlanta counter. We import our own goods direct, and it is certainly a well es- tablished fact that we are contented with-small profits. We do sell our Embroideries cheap, as cheap as the same goods can be bought for any where in this country, and that we hereby guarantee 'or we will cheerfully refund the money. Two grand bargain, lots of 45-inch sBtttbroideredSktttingforthe com- ing week. _ Common Dense oorsBi. misses' and ladies', always on hand. Knit Vests Striped Outing cloth, laced fronts, 3Tc each Blouses, nice quality, 98c each. Outing Flannel Blouses, silk striped, new 'andmouSn made of outtrig patterns at w 9 Cents. neck and sleeve- less, at 9c each. 50 dozen Ladies' Swiss Jersey Bib- bed low neck and sleeve- less, at 15c eacli. Fih.e. Bibbed "silk draw strings in arms and neck, worth SOc, at only-25c. Vests at SOc each, worth double. Beaded Capes. Kid body dolls, bisque heads and hands, 25ff bicycle belte patent slider, J Jish tooth brushes, rubber dressing combs at lOc, I Fine Stationery-2 and 1 quire paper, in I 100 hair-pins, inw assorted colors. It yon want one of them come and make an offer iSr the one yon like_. Your own price goes. Infants' Robes. Complete line in all the pretty styles, simple and elaborate. Gloves and Mitts. Higu Co.'s Turkish bath soap. 4flC arren hose for children, Ifc stockinet dress 'bields.lOc pair. Glycerine soap, 3 cakes m bos, 20c box- Hosiery. lousekeepers, Attention j HoteliAnd boarding-Bouse" proprietors take special notice. High's great bargain sale ol jinens. They must oe sold ai oiitc. made to mg __ go at almost any price. Ask for Boots, finsst Erench Ii.mfarotd- 100 dozen pairs Ladies' pure Silk Mitts, retrograde stitch, at 2Bc pair. Extra quality Silk Mitts at SOc pair. -Silk Gloves at 25e and SOc pair. l red Damask, eO inches wide, tu pieces cream, Irish double Damask, 62 nches wide, extra weight and texture, 60c SpeciaUot bleached German Satin Damask, in three nnmbeis of bleaphei 85c aifltSl-yara, JBacSrwitHtiafikSns .to.-raaten. trK'nar-f'Unt: -mdia I Linen Collars for men and boys (Warranted the latest and nr-We shapes ,nly onyx- dyed weight, ftfll heel and toe, every pair war- ranted not tp crock. 25c. Ladies' broad ribbed, fastblaek. Hose, royal stain- less dye, warrant- ed not to stain or money 25c. Misses' plam 2 and 1 rib- bed fast blacfc Hose, Lonis cyo, stain- -_ ndies plain last black Hose, stainless or money iNEWSPA'FERr
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