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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia J THIS PAPER CONTAINS S. ,FIEST PAST. Pages 1 to 12 VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, SUNDAY JUNE 1, 189O. PRICE FIFE CENTS; rt 113, 1- y- aut Cashier i CO J ay. IB EVERY URPOSE. f; M Being part of a sub-division.of Central property afibrdlag rareip Possession given immediately. Every lot sold "on its' individual merits, the entire field. r REMEMBER THE TIME AND 48 all classes of purchasers.-'. perfect' and indisputable. reserve. te-bMding-allowed. Purchasers will liava Lot 1. Yards Checked Nainsooks and Plaid Lawns at cents per yard mill ends, and worth Uvo or three times the 15. 200 dozen Turkish Hath Soap never sold for less than GOc dozen, at 45c 29. 200 'Dozen .Patent-Faced, Rejnforced Unlaundried New jitills Bosoms "21.00 at: 150 cents 43. Yards Lace Scrim good quality, new design 15 cents Yard. Lot 2. 200 Pieces India Linen good quality at 3 1-2 cents yd., worth G cents not to be sokl to 16. 100 dozen Pear's Celebrated Complexion Soap at lOc cake. Compare this with your dealer's prices. K ___ tot SO. Dozen Choice Percale Pattern Shirt Waists for boys at 25 cents each wejj made, and .choice 44. 1G9 Pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains new patterns, strong and durable mesh, at Pair worth Lots. 5 cases American Challics exact reproduction of the French designs at 5 cents per 17. 1000 Japanese Parchment Fans silk side laced, to go at 5c 31. 50 Dozen Ladies' Black Silk Stockings full, regular, double heel and toe at 50 cents per 45. 500 Natural Wood Curtain Poles, brass trimmings made and put up at 39 cents each. Lot 4. Yards Ginghams and Stripes, Plaids and Solids at 5 cents per. yard worth 8 ID 18. 2000 dozen and children's Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, at Ic 3t y-tS-t 32. 300 Gloria Silk Umbrellas silver handles and feather weight worth at D 2 46. SPECIAL Ladies' Flannel Blouses, "silk striped, choice patterns, worth Lot 5. 100 Pieces Choicest American Ginghams Side Bands, Plaids and Stripes at J> 1-2 cents per yard. Cut.from 12 1-2 cents for this sale 1 9. Closing sale of Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs, worth from 75c to to go at 33 Jc Lot 33. 100 Pieces Fine Embroidered Skirtings, consisting of Points, Hemstiched and Embroidered Edges entire lot worth from to per yard now to go at per 47. 500 Pieces 38-inch English Henrietta complete line of never sold by the closest dealers for less than 25 cents to go this week at 19 cents yard. Lot6. 5 cases White India Plaid Lawns Sheer and lovely quality, at lOc yard, not to be matched for 2O. 100 pieces of those celebrated Sheer and Lovely French Plaid Organdies, at 21c yard. The fine 34. Yards Hamburg, Swiss and Mull Edging, from 1-2 to 6 inches wide special drive at 10 48. 160 Pieces 40-inch strictly All Wool Henrietta heretofore sold at 65 cents yard to go at 39 cents Lot 7. 100 Pieces Bookfold Satin Checked all more or less soiled on the outside folds, at yard, worth from 12i to 2 1 20 pieces Hemstitched India Linen 42 inches xvtdc, for infant's skirts, ladies' dresses and aprons, only 25c 35. 50 Dozen Ladies' and Real Leather and Ooze Calf Purses at 25 cents each worth from 35 to 50 cents 49. 100 Pieces choice Wool Challies, French designs, just in Saturday, at 13 cents yard. 'DRIVE. Lot 8. 50 Pieces of dotted Swiss, just in, at yard lovely goods and going 22. 200 pieces colored Plaid Corded Lawns, with delicate plaid lines in black, blue and pink, at 9Jc 36. Japanese Folding Fans, for Monday only, at 1 cent each worih 5O. French Challies, 32 inches wide and all wool heretofore sold at 60 cents yard now to go at 35 cents. Lot 9. 175 Pieces Choicest French Satines, to be positively slaughtered at loc yard not a piece of this lot worth less than Lot 23. Special lot of the celebrated Metropolitan, Real French Woven at 75c each, cost 37. 5 Gross Bixby's .celebrated Shoe Polish for and Children's shoes at 9 cents 51. 9 Pieces 40-inch Black All Wool worth 85 cents anywhere in the country at 57 cents yard. Lot 1O. 1000 yards Finest French design American Satines, choicest productions of the season, at lOc 24. Pieces Ladies' Muslin well made garments of good material, corset covers .-Drawers, Cheimse, Skirts and Aprons choice to go at 25 cents 38. 6 Cases Fruit of the Loom Domestic, for Monday only, at cents 52. SPECIAL 5 Pieces B. Priestley Co's Black Silk Warp Henrietta our famous number now to go at cents yard. Lot 1 I 5 cases full twelve-quarter White Crochet Spreads, splendid weight and close texture, 99c each, worth 3 25. 260 Dozen Ladies' Retrograde Stitch Black all Silk Mitts at 25 cents per Z 39. Ladies' French Dongola Kid Button Boots, strictly hand turned, Spanish arch instep, at cheap at 3 2 53. Just in 30 Pieces New Figured Chinas our famoos beauties new patterns, light and dark grounds, black with colors, etc. Lot 1 2. 36 pieces Pure Irish Flax half bleached damask 04 inches wide and extra quality, 49c 26. 500 Dozen Ladies' Knit Jersey Ribbed Vests low neck and short at 9 cents 4O. Men's fine Calf Custom Made Shoes in Congress and Laee, every pair warranted, at Sold at 54. 132 Pieces Silk Drapery Net entirely new and exclusive patterns, stripes, borders, fish nets, etc. from 75 cents to yard. Lot IS. 200 dozen Striped Turkish Bath Towels large size at Gc each. These are wonders and well worth 10 to 15c 27. Dozen Men's and Boys' all Linen Collars 21 different styles, including all the desirable shapes at 10 cents 41. Ladies' bright Dongola Walking Shoes, common sense -and opera heel and toe. Made to our order, at worth Lot 55. 5 Cases the celebrated Everett Classic hams All new styles never sold on the American continent for less than, 12i cents to go on Bargain Table at cents yard. Lot 14. lijO dozen extra fine all linen Huck Towels size 22 by 45 inches and washed ready for use, to go at 28. _ 500 -Dozen choiceSilfe Teck and Four-inlHansl Scarfs at 35 cents each. Also Linen and P. K. RJur-in-Hands at same Men's-gentune .TSangaroo SHoek, Hand .Made, .extra qaatity worth S-L50, 56. China Silks for Waists woven stripes, new beautiful line at 90 cents yard. VALVES; ratess, STOCK A Over i I TTlll OIr al designs 1 Tapestry ]S is and bsdT id aboard floors doc ne. ;tock, as It, I j 1 a lor r Harris )AD. fi 23am" [j -gj pm G 20 piD- No [O.BO'anf SSDD.ni; No IS. .0 IS. 3 19JJB1 I This great of lots is a small portion of the magnificent property "now owned fey J. M. CO., sub-divided for. the benefit of their customers. Parties wishing other- portions of this property can secure it from, the salesmen, on the grounds, on the company's most liberal terms. COME TO THE GSEAT SALE, commencing Monday, June 2, continuing through tha- week. i m 5 iE, J. H INEWSPA'FER;
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