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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia "V 3 THIS PAPER CONTAINS FIRST PART. Pages to 12. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. A Great Aggregation of Stylish, Fresh and New Merchandise, Which Our semi-aiimial inventory is now in progress. We find our man> departments overloaded and now must be sold regardless of T ask your perusal of things below which find a hearty and tiseiul in every household. Prices cut deep down into their very vitals and appear as things unheird of and unknown in the armals of Here We Go os ill Ik BHikDnperyNet at "51 "1 prof t i r 61 o L 1 1 ick Praiery Ivot at profit price S 9 piece Black Dr-Hery 'Net at bSo profit price SI 71 e B acn. Dripery Not at 7Jc profit price tl "Keep Your Eye Open" miis each word each article presen a Truth and a Most Astonishing Bargain' 1" j or no wash bilk for Blciacs and 31a er t 1 1 OUT PPICE TO i-ces Dark Grounds m lovely -Chim Silks -it 850 Perfect gems, and t ic pro t prict, was 25 20 i i_ci_s Patterns in fig L 1 Jrt.ss loko Silk, light gn i K and bcautitul designs, at i r fit price i 50 i c Dark Colors m Con gle Si i ih Silks at 190, profit c i ist unload this great stock Order-, arc imperative1 Eur i can and New York buyers now i ti e markets Their pur chase are surpassing all former ffforts a id now to do OUR AT ANY COST, we offer this tt ire stock, without reserve, ai. aGrei S per cent below competition Black Dress Goods. Fue no as miny p eces in this depart Client ab 11 j tl rte stores in town These Things Are Facts, Not Fiction' Pncs y 8 mik AV arp Henriettas m their en Srety 82 pr fitiri os willle sold at 50 81 "j pr fu i rices w ill be sold at SI 23 81 50 j ru t prices will be sold at gl 09 Cut This Out, Tiring it ale with j u and inspecct thefhiost SflkAVari lUnrettaa known to the trading Dress Lengths in Cheaper Black Dress nce 2nc 50 p ecos now dotted Swiss pretty latterna somotiui s to please at sacrificing prices SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! The Sale of Tomorrow Colored Embroideries. 7 ooo ards cxquis te designs in Fcru I dges ranging from 3 to 10 inches wide, offered at IDC profit price 5oc Parasol Specials. A. Big Drive for Monday 200 26-mcli Gloria Silk, Paragon oxidized 1 an lie rettj sbnpes, offered it 2o prol t nee 1 200 superfine Gloria Silk fr-imes silver hai dies In lovely stjles offered at oO profit price Handkerchiefs. Three Big Bargains to Close 8 ooo Ladies Colored Bordered Linen Handkerchiefs, offered at gc, shghtlj soiled, profit price 250 5 225 I adies' Colored Bordered Linen Handkerchiefs, lovely slightly soiled, offered at 150, piofit price 35C Gents' Fancy Bordered Lmen Handkerchiefs, m new styles, slightly soiled, offered at soc, profit price 5OC Linens Linens 38 pieces 58 inch Colored T lo Damabk fast colors offered at 24c profit iriceoOr 13 pieces 5S inch Bloachel Table Damask in fruit and forest designs offeied at 3-jc pront price f3c 10 pieces GO-inch Bleached Damisk in tlie Wyatt" patterns offered at 60c profit price SOc 1 000 Turkish. Bath Towels at 5c 0 000 lluck Ton els large size lOc 3 200 Huck Towels 22x15 at 15c 1 700 Damask tied fringe Towels 22x45 at The above sacrificing sale in our perfect linen department challenges the world as to material and price No such cuts ever made before, yet tis your money we want, not piofit Hosiery Drives. A sacrifice throughout the department 200 do7en ladles last black, guaranteed stainless Hose at 20o profit price 35c 100 dozen misses' fast black, Trench, ribbed double knee Hose warranted iiot to crock at 20c piofit price 100 dozer- J M High Co B gents' last black Half Hose, light weight, fine texture, at 2Bc profit price STJc 50 dozen ladies' Portland 'Black Silk Hose at BOc, profit price SI 00 Wash Goods, Ginghams, Lawns, Percales, Sat- teens and Domestics, At per cent less than Factory Prices. j i yards Fancy Figured Chal- lies at yards Lawns at yards "Lea- ings at 4j4c- yards best Prints mafle quality in dirk shades will bo closed to morrow nt 4V cents 15 iiecos iiuicy Strij 03 and Tolka in extra fine Outing Flannels will be offered at G >c profit pr re SI 00 2 000 jiirds extra fine Zephyr Ginghams at ISc i loflt prtce 2 c 900 yards fancj bordered at cat dIN n from -lOc 1 O1 Solid Pink Lawns at 4c profit 1 r ce Tie Second Floor Sacrifices Up-Stairs Bargains 500 Misses Blouses fancy color-, at 5gc piofit pr L.C 23o extra c inlitj Outing Cloth Blouses, lice fioit beautiful de- signs to open M at 500 75C and oo Bo ight lite and soldat a bai_ain In Easy Payments Secures a Haadsome Residence Lot, With ant Opportunity of Securing A Ha.% ing purchased tho no.no place of Dr R C Back comprising seventy acres in the northern portion of the city ts intersected by wide avenues and alleys along wh ch p inted shade trees A portion of tl e i roj orty 13 ll i 1 conhne 1 patterns oiiy nnd el "Astoria" printed Suit- lo I ccoo I ace Curtain gciim at 106. pr oik ru i KCPI full tine e Iso T ice Cut una at i i rifi pr OL 1 L> i in r_yi tit i I iro Ci rti i s extra length ciqiisite Ic at M H 11 I t i o J4- 0 1 T 0 cm Ii 11 i 1 1 fiiml I 11 1 i it i p at lr r I r 11 j bill ]io] s i in p 1 in 1 tass tr mmnigs 11 and put up at fcl IK) ei 1 rt i t uco 3J Gents' and Boys' Furnish- ings. The most comp etc department The most supeib The cheap cst prices in the South' Collars. 10 000 dozen Goi t 4 i H nil linen collar lo oTert 1 it en t i n of _ diifeient styles aid i lof t j rice-Oc Shirts Our New JIills cottop and T i H linen s ustarmel 1 front an 1 luck 11 L. ir ntt It s asb any 7 c shirt in the inarko ofloied. it uOc j Shirts s Peerlcs made of finest material exj crt workmen and f in 1 or 1> with us 115 irt mus 1 e boon to be predated The cer of any SI sh rt in Get rgia offered at Shirts. H ell s Puritan 18 plaits n bosom A perfect fit rnndc of Tjtici 'Nonpareil cotton ind 4-pl-y linen bo oin the ac ne of perfoc tion an i surpassing any SI 2o slurt lu the Robes. Hot weatbei deminrls these things' Gents pla n t robes made of "U amsutta mushn :ut full "54 inches long an 1 j orfectly finished in a most stjliah and lasting manlier offered at73c Robes. Gents fancy embroidered night robes of fin est and most pcrrect materials and workman ship PERFECT BB offered at 75o Robes. Gents nicht robes exquisite styles in fancy fronts made perfect fit excellent of best ma terials known offered at 98c Boys' Waists. 87 dozen Boys Fancy "Waists in every con ceil able color all sizes offered at 2oc Boys' Ties. 1 000 Boys Windsor Ties, "Beauties fored at lOc We most cordially invite your close perusal of these represents trve DRIVES offered during our sacrificing sale We have ever en- deavored to fulfill every promise made to the trading public, and m this advertisement we most sin cerely express that which we intend doing Our stock is immense We MUST and SHALL reduce its magnitude at once. 'Tis not profit we want 'Tis money and room. liave lai 1 it out into 1 arge ai 1 Beautiful I BtuatedmaBea t ful akGrcne TI ore is not a single low or gullied lot but all are marly le-vel there being onlj roll for g oil dri nage LKOOKJ YN IIEIGHTb as they i amed tl property is one of the most dc rab e ro-sir'ence portions of the citj lying up on a higtt t ble commands a 1 eiUiful MOW of tl e city It is not an aldition to the ciU bat lies within the nc jrpoiatp limits aid the rta de it-, orO e titled to all tl o sr] o >1 %v iter t pol ce j lolect 11 and otbor prn le_O3 of the c ty It lies unt m five m nates walk of the p lUlc s laro, r n one of the pr in.ii al running tl r tl e nty It is situated in a poo 1 Tie ghborhood somo of t le olde-. in 1 in st inH i it c zena of hiMng therr r tn c Iher side of it Upoi one of the lots of he Brooklyn Heights iroportj is s tutted JJr II --Its a hand- some two it rts Un-x for wh ci tl e com pan j has been offered and refuge 1 000 This residei ce and the large lot upon ch it stands 1 include 1 nne f tl 1 0 1 N of the piopoity an 1 will be sold on tl o same terms ani price- as the others Comnr s i ton acres of r atural f nfst ith a stream af living water ninmng through it is ownol by the cit> iiid i Ijoms the Heights propertv afford ng asafe and be it ful f r the dcnta of tl poet i of I e c ly ii eao 1 ts are now oiUrod inr sale 01 a novel 1 1 1 1 w luui affords evefi one an etcclle it opport in tv of soc r ng a homo pi.rp of dibiosmg of ill tl ese lots it the sinie time an I tUus build ng up tins beautiful pot ion of tl e c t! c 11 pan} has f the lots are more desirible tl 111 o hert. espociailj the ono w 'h the 3 000 r s ILDTU it 1 is been. t er-iinied to a dibtrlbut on of the n among Oie purchasers on the 1st of September no-vt or i ler if tl c 1 >ts area I sn d H e urchassrs K 11 s ret i cn i ittce b ill conluct the disti but on upon such j Uu as tl ej mij select at soue public hail in Amcncus Ga Due notice ill b on of ll c t n e of distribution ET 1 T IS M 8Q00 the price paid for it and if real evlite con nues tn alvance as it the 1 vcar lo will ba oith by tl c t me tl e payment is made Many of tho loto are n.o v rtl fi jni to S 00 and could bo s d for thit price if placed TROSPECT PARK! Our great revolving FAN will keep you cool while you make your pur- Tchases. n the mai 1- L Be Tl c U t1- ire bt, pply to or a Idress lei, g crj j irrha'-er stands a chance of securing the OO r iden dlj taken u and if you desire to secure one you should not delay For furU er j irticulirs plats contract etc, [er. HALL COUNTY, GA. Open for the Season July 1st. Unrualed m its advantages as a Health Resort and m the Medi- cinal Qualities of the waters Extensive alterations and improvements have just been effected hereby adding to the convenience and pleasure of the guests The hotel ind cottages have been fitted throughout with electric bells Western Jnion telegraph office in the hotel Tl is I cautifui 11 1 r mantle lace is situated fifty seven miles from Atlanta on tl e Kirh mond and v lie sjstoin is well known throughout the south and 19 a favorite report for tho >cst of sonti ern sorieu Tt is cool and pleasant in the hottest weaklier altonti jn is paid to tl e table tho best of fresh vege- tables ib pr luced on the propertj Ctl nel B it n the well known hotel manager charge of the hotel and will do nj, possible for tl e entertainment of the guests On and after Juh 1st the hotel harks will meet all trains arriving at "White Sulphur tion on the Richmond ai d Danville railroad Horses and carnages kept at the springs for the convenience of ;uests Rates range from to per month, according to location of room Satisfactory rates for snorter periods Special rates for families and the season For further particulars, address WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, junc HALL COUNTY, GEORGIA SOUTHERN BELTING CO., scnoors NN 1 Miss Nourse's t-li mid I-ienth i amil> ami IJay Schoo ill ri. oi r i j t it 1 pi) j i ccial classes r tike tin I II i pii j i or hti ilj f r u verutty c i 1 further il SPECIAL. INSTRUCTION Engl sh IJur i I G 1 1 1 1 Mattemat c51 sui mcr Latin ard Gree b N f til S A ML, For Girls 31RS MISS SO1HLFH Preparatory ar n-.fl t MRS I I' H IMMOM) French MI-SLMMA 1I4HK M IS c ool 01 ens St-i tember 11 13 V, eat Cain streeC, 6 1" UT Washington, D. C., NORWOOD IXSTITITE BOARDING MD DflY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES Mr aiidMrs D I nntipalu For cata- etc appl> to Mjae Ljecatur G-a. fun tf___ MISS AN AHLi. for nit, I a lies uirt little GirU I hilodeli -iia 1 jcar begins Sept June 1 sun we I fri i3oo Pine VK HEITFMIAM I hilada iiexceled locatio rhrol equipment A< OGONTZ, FA Bound Brook route to N T and surroundings Perfec LI1 rary t-jmnamum military tfo ipme Tn rough for college or scientific school .Number limited to sixty per c Rice Illus cir CIGAJSS RECEIVED STOCK WASHINGTON SEMINARY, ATLANTA, GA. Boarding and Dav School for Girls. The S.IW- DtRGARTEN in charge of MIHS Anna Tbe SCHOOL is under the tLrectioa Alfredo MRS BAYIXJK STEW AET, 4ly sun _ MISS HANNfl 5 SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Fall term begins September 1 1830. Boys from six to ten years of age received For terms apply to principal Misa B etc. 6 16-11 sun FS. 15 CENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION JOB Office and receive a copy of the cl aset.fi cation, freight and passenger rates by the Georgia Railroad Commission rensed to Mcrcli 1st- pamphlet will tell you the rate per 100 pounds to oe charged by the railroads on any and is of great value to merchants. TO PRINTERS! For Sale I OF SKELETON CHASES, es, inside, a cro SPAPFRf JOSEPH THOMPSOH,
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