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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia -m THIS PAPER CONTAINS E ATLANTA CONSTITUT FIRST PART. Pages 1 to 12. VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, PRICE FIVE CENTS. i Hundreds of cases of new and seasonable DryOoods received "the past week, just such goods as every one is in need of at this season, and positively Cheapest lot of goods it has ever been our -fortune to secure for our patrons. desirability coupled with the cheapness of the new goods we intend putting on sale tomorrow morning will certainly prove a the bargain hunters of Atlanta. "Wsah. Dress Fabrics. ioo pieces of the famous "Toil Du Nord" Ginghams, in stripes and plaids, at roc a yarcL They are regular 150 goods. '..'__. Just four cases of the well known Tuscan brand of striped Ginghams at 50 yard; formerly sold at IOC, Grand new assortment of Zephyr Chambrays in the latest colorings, positively the handsomest and most attractive stripes and plaids ever manufactured, at yard. They won't 'last long. partyj J. H. LATIMER, CHAKLES B. WAKEB, FEED B. BUSH, Gexeral EK. Agents, Atlauta, "GuT July 6-25t SAirr. w. GOODE. ALBERT L. BEOS 50 "VaselirKi.......................8c, 18c and Vaseline Cuautplior Ice.................. Vaseline Cold Cream...................... Warner's Safe Cure, bottle............... Paregoric, pint............................ Castor Oil, Baker's, pint.................. Quinine in Pills or Capsules, 1 grain 5c, 2 grains 7c, 3 grains lOc, 0 grains, per doz.. io Pears' Soap............................... 10 S. 8. S. largo ............................1 IT S. S. S. small............................ 67 W. W. 73 "White's Neuralgia Cure. 20 Brewer's Lung Restorer, bottle............ 65 nw. GOODE Choice Real Estate Investments CULL AND EXflMINE OUR ENTEMSIVE' LIST.' gl ,000 per front foot will buy one of the most able pieces of gilt cdpe central property an tha city. It is wituin a block of the union depot. The lot is 50x120 feet to a 10-foot alley, and on it is a substantially built 3-Btory brick build- ing with baaemcut, 50x100 feet. It is well rented, and is the best investment in central nroperty now on the market. to per acre tor the best suburban 81, on Peaelitree street, and the nearest in of any market beyond Wil- property on the son avenue. It is part tiful Dinimock-Kej'nolds of the 2. About yards of Cream Colored Embroideries at 8c a yard for choice, some narrow, but all good designs and all very, very cheap. Our semi-annual taking of stock is now over and we have every reason to feel proud of ouP success the past six months, for which we are, of course, indebted to our patrons. We are determined to do a rousing busi- ness all through. July and intend giving our customers the best bargains it has ever been our fortune to favor them with. 1 Gents' Furnishings. ioo dozens Gents' Four-in-hand and Teck Scarfs; the most select patterns now on the market; satin lined, full size, and as pretty goods as were ever laid on a counter tor 500; our price 2JC. Our. 5oc Gents' Unlaundried Shirt still stands unmatched; made of New York mills, muslin bosom, is 17 inches long, it is reinforced back and front, and altogether is the greatest 500 invest- ment a man can make. dozens of Mens" four ply Linen Collars in all the present popular shapes at 90 each. These goods, for value, are also without an equal in this vicinity. Challies. a On Friday we received two solid cases of the Manchester Wool Challies in the newest patterns made by this noted concern. .The price in Atlanta all season has been 2oc, but tomorrow we offer our stock at 150 yard. This ought to tempt any lady in need of a light weight dress. 220 pieces of Manchester India Challies at yard. These goods are dirt cheap' at this price. The patterns vie with the real French goods. They are "Beauties" indeed, and a marvel of cheapness. Notions. Necklaces in imitat ion of gold and silver beads at 5c strand. 'Pears' Soap; fresh and genuine, loc cake. Colgate's Turkish Bath Soap, 450 dozen. Complete line of Lubin's, Lundborg's and Colgate's Perfumeries, and our prices are so low that drug store prices are laughed at. Very choice lot of new Japanese fans, the prettiest we have ever had; prices from ic to 750 each. First hands for all Toilet Goods. Colgate's Cashmere Bouqnet Soap, 2tc. Colgate's Violet TVa- ter, 38c. Fears's Glycerine Soap, 10 and 15c. Lundborg's I oz. GOc, 2 oz. 75c, 4 oz, Edenia, Goya Lily, Marechal Niel Rose. Alpine Violet. Lubin's Extracts, all odors, 55c. T This is an expression that .to many needs explaining mixes your ideas in the matter is not knowing how extracts differ from colognes.. No better place than right here to explain: Colognes are made by simply dissolving oils of flowers, seeds, or plants in Deodorized A good cologne depends _. IT and interesting the odor from the ilower. This in dissolving these oils in proper proportions and combinations; lust as the beaut; pends on the harmonious blending ot colors. Extracts are made by a very p_ecul: pei process. The f resii flowers are covered with hot grease, which steal" grease is then pnt in a sort of churn with alcohol, Trhicn in turn robs the grease of its .perfume. The odors of flowers, however, are so sensitive, that no matter how carefully the operation is conducted, the odor left in the alcohol differs more or less from that of the fresh flower.. Here is where the skill of the perfumer comes to hand, to and to these different alcoholic.--solutions the part lost. To know what this is experiment alone will tell. Sometimes a few minutes will suffice for this, oftener it takes months, and sometimes even years. This fact explains wiry a good perfumer will make some per- fumes very good, and others verv bad. A.S to which is good and which'is bad depends whether or no he has found the combination. To put before the public a full line of good ones, whether it be White Violet, Jockey Club, or what not, we select the best perfumes of each different celebrated maker, German and American, buy them in large quantities, and offer at the lowest possible ices: v White Kosek Violet, G3c and White Rose, Wood Violet, Xylopia; 55c and ?9c. Cashmere Bouquet, small, 20c. Cashmere Bouquet, Caprice, White Lilac, 50c C. Cherry Blo3Bom, C3c. LAUTIER May Bells, Edelweiss, Evangeline, Melrose, Kaiserblnme, 40c ounce. let, tfly of the Valley, Stephanotis, Ess. Bouquet, Oar stock of Notions is so very extensive that to enumerate it would take a whole page; suffice it to say that the stock contains everything known to a first class Notion Department, and we positively guarantee that any article bought from this department cannot bel bought for less money else where, or your money cheerfully refunded. Underwear and Corsets. V The Underwear stock is one of the pqts of the store, and just now it is brimful of desirable bargains. Have you seen our Ladies' Undergarments at 250 Includes Gowns, Chemise, Drawers, Corset Covers and Aprons. This is only one ot the inducements the department offers. Blouses. i New lot just hi; newest patterns and cheaper than formerly; Sateen, .Dbmet, Silk and French flannel _. Blouses; the nicest lot to select from we have shown this season. linen Department. 100 pieces ot red taWe Linen, warranted fast colors, at 2te yard, fully 88 inches wide. Another lot of those same Turkish Towels at 5c a piece, from, In a regular way, they are .worth 13Jc. At a forced sale .last week -we bought an enormous jol> lot of fine Towels. Some are some. Hack, others unbleached. They will be placed on sale at 22c each. __. 200 imported Marseille Spreads, fine nuality, at 81.T5 each. Considering the quality, they are a "wonder" at the price. Umbrellas. Brand new lot received Saturday. Gloria-Umbrellas-vyith choice is one of the "leaders" of this new lot. WeJhave now the choicest lot of Ladies' that we have had all season, and an inspection is invited.., J, M. HIGH iington, 46c, Jockey Club, White Rose, Viol PALMER'S Frangipanni, SI. Opoponax, Brisa de la Pampas. Heliotrope BlaSft, Lilac Blanc, St.25. Violet de Parma, 85C and Sublime Frangipanni, Edgewood Violet, Damaslc Hose, MartlSg-.ej: T5c and 81.25. Mary Stuart, Wild Olive, 25 and 50C.' JACOBS' PHARMACY, Atlanta, Ga. IMPORTED BRUSHES. Blacking, Clothes, Hair, Sharing, etc. Nowhere in Atlanta can you see.soch a stock and variety of Brashes as with us. Some people on. first coming in the store .have asked us whether we kept anything else but Brushes? We do, however, as you well know. You can buy a Hair Brush of :us from 25c to and at whatever price you decide to pay; you will ob- tajin: for the money a much "better brusfi. than We Impotfc.Tooth Brushes In lots five thousand; The oest> ones, we sell have our name on them :and get and COc for. them, if a bristle comes out in three months after you buy qmvyou can return itand either getrypttr-jnoney. returned or a hew -brash price they run. down to pur-lflcbrush-is w.nafr you, are generally lor. Hair Brashes. mention ffiii kind in, an .advertisement is very unsatisfac- tory; Hair brushes with MX, Jactfbs is-a 'sort "of hobby. you have seen his stock of these goods you qannot know what a stack of feair'brusheft is. He has brushes from 25c up to wh6 baa inbt at ___ ______ property just this side of the Belt railroad ana immedi-' atcly in front English -property. lota are from, two to four acres only a few- arc left. Some faave been sold to the very best' people in the city', who will improve their lots ami thus greatly eilhanco the values of tha otbers. Terms very liberal, and the price is low. to each for very desirable lots on Curran. and Hampton streets, near Emmett street, aud just east ot" Marietta street, at Eoyd Ss Baxter's furniture factory. Very easy tenna. for large and beautiful lot, 85x135 feet, very near Peachtreo and this side of North avenue... On it ia a comfortable G-rooiu house that rents lor a month. Buy quick "while it is so cheap. Ill-acre .farm twentty niiles from- Atlanta and- three and one-fourth miles from the desot at Fairburn: 60 to 70 acres cleared. Ealanca wooded. 10 to 12 acres bottom land. Fiua Springs and large creek; good orchard; splen- did neighborhood; improvements inferior. For exchange for. Atlanta property, vacant Qt iitiproved. tue difference to be adjusted either way. S2.GOO payable onlySEOO cash, and balance .at the rate of -with. per interest, ovthfe neatest cottages In End. Only 200 feet from Gordon street and: the car line. House is new and has 5 large rooms and kitchen. Estra wide hall, fronfi and rear, veranda. Lot level and beautiful and-is 58x275 feet. No better location in YVes. End, and the tenna are most liberal. Coins quick and get it for it will not stay on ,tho market long at this price. each for 0 very flue lots near Marietta rood and Van Winkle's. They are 50x150 and feet each, and are high and level aud covered beautiful grove. Splendid neighborhood, Easy terms. ie the price of one of the choicest homes on the north side. It is between the two Peacn- treesi elevated location, and in a neighborhood as good as the best. The house is two with eight rooms, two bath-rooms, and halls and verandas. It Is modern- in all its apart- ments, and is beautifully finished throughout. Stable and servant's house on the lot, which i3 75x200 feet to rear alley. We arrange: liberal terms, and the place is sure to suit ona seeking a north-side home of its value. Witt. take pleasure in showing the property at any time. beautiful Feachtree lot, 60x220 and level. Easy terms. an acre for beautifully shaded tract of 25 acres, fronting over 800 feet on the Johnson road and rhe electric car line. The tract la high and lies well, and is completely.covered with heavy oak grove. AH the adjoining property is owned by some of our best citizens, HOIL- Frank P. Colonel W. S. Thompson, Messrs. W. A- Moore, Joseph Kingsberry ana others. Will sell it as a whole, or will sub- divide a few choice lots to suit purchasers. Easy terms. Within 20 minutes ride of tuo? center of the city. SI ,750 buys the choice of South Boulevard: It is a corner lot, 100x190 teet to a 20-foot alley, just the right height above the street, and com- pletely covered with a heavy oak grove. Nice) homes already built on each' side and in front of thus assuring pleasant -surrounding. From it you can see the riding aud drivinc in. the park, and enjoy all the advantages of that beautiful place. The dummy line is very con- venient, yet far enough -away not to he objec- tionable. Liberal terms can be arranged. for the gem of Edgewood. It in a corner lot, 150x700 feet, and contains about 2% acres; part of the beautiful Binder property; lies level, and the entire front is in a large oaic grove. Neighborhood unexceled. Very con- venient tb Eclgewood depot, and within easy walking distance of "the Edgewood avenua electric car line. Beautiful homes all around, it. Can fix the terms to suit you. buys a very desirable, close in, residepcja lot on Powers street near Spring and the elec- tric car line. It lies high and level, and is 60x120 feet. Powers street will bo paved wlta belgian blocks this summer, at the present owner's expense; water aud gas already there. Terms, one-third cash, balance easy. More depth can be arranged for if desired. 4 5AATC W. GOODE CO. ANSLEY BROS. good brush; is. A goo4 hai even excepting Quinine and Rum Hair Tonip. It will do more to take awaya nervous headache dVraoreto keep the dandruff out; sand it will do more to keep you from get- ting bald and gray than all other things. A good hair brush is not only a Itdmry and an. ornament to a room, but Is also cheaper in the long ran, than bad Ones, as it-ffiU last leaat ten years, if taken care of. Ecal Estate Agents, 1O East Alabama Street. d? O K A STREET LOT near Clarke street. Heights lot 50x200, shaded. lots fronting Washington street and fronting Pulliam, cud an 8 room house on "Whitehall- Pryor home, beautifully shaded loS near Fair street. i park lot, 10tal90, nicely shaded. new 6-room Pulliam Btreet home; water and ppia. lot on Pulliam street, 50x100, cheap. a lot with 2 houses on it, 'one 6-room and one 5-room; both rented; a gootl "spec." Forest avenue lot, near Jackson, 52X169. Forest arenuo lot, nearCalhonn. level Capitol avenue lot, 53x197, near- Love street. corner lot on Jou.es near Capitol avenne. Eeatttlful lota-on one of the finest eleva- tions in, city. street home, 1% blocks from Peaclitree. room 2-story Iioaso corner Cain anq Coartlantl. Gosh for 2 4-room bouses, rented at montK cacn, on lots 40x30, and 2 vacant lota 40x90 on West Peaclitree street, nicely shaded. We want for some customers good and also email .nooses ana lota. PHARMACY m t i forO-ioom House, lot 5 acres, 3 in vineyard! beautiful view; nice shady yara. .___. for cnJionca. _ 80 acre farm near Decatur.S-roomitwara. Vretove some nice aero lots in IMeatur from, omcow East ALaSama Street. rSPAPERf
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