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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia I THIS PAPER CONTAINS 1- FIRST PART. Pages 1 to 8 TOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MOBNING, 'JULY 189O. PEICE FIVE CENTS. -VAI, FNY Tools, i 3ods. Origi- 2s. Trial ;a, Ga. 3SS a, of is nd Las ds. 3FS iid in- a ier in- fche j a ,ce- ity of ird UT- aot as- tnd va- iies Positively no ex- ageration in t h is advertisement T_ The bargains naention be found exactly as we say! From now on, our large stock of Spring Summer DRY GOODS will be sold at decidedly reduced figures! Greater deductions Than Mver A WASH GOODS. ChalHes in c hoii'est designs at 3-lc a yard. Lawns, formerly r-c, now 2ic yard. AH our Spring Calicos at 5c yard; they we re 7.lc. AH our Girghams at lOc. All our 12ic Sateens at 9c. Throughout this grand Emporium, Tve have cut down deep into the very vilate of prices. Goods sold now re- grmlless of a profit pri'ce! White Goods. "Dotted Swisses." New goods. New styles- 50 pieces in beautiful confined designs, all new and fresh. Prices, 25c to 50c yard. Lovely plaid and striped "White Lawns re- duced from 15c to PC yard. A striking bargain in this line. "At yards India Linens, in short jenths. yards plaid and fancy sheer lawns. "At 32 yards for and fancy colored Lawns and colored corded "White Goods; worth 20c yard. "At 45-inch India Linen, Hem- Btinched; worth 50c yard: On our center counter tomorrow there Trill be slaughtered in mid-sum- mer fabrics nf all Muslins, Ckambrays, Ginghams, Challies, and every eununor dress material No such an in town. Prices most interesting. Too Late for Classification Opened late last night yards solid French Ls wns in dress lengths. Will be offered tomorrow at lOc; regular price 35c. SILK MITTS. Pure Silk Jersey Mitts, I2j-jc pair; wereg 250. g Mitts that were now 350. Mitts that were 750, g now 500. Mitts that were 850, now 650. Mitts' that were now 750. This Week. j SALE THAN LO Values That GENTS' FURNISHINGS HOSIERY. Cannot Bz Had Elsewhere. The purchasing' power of the great mighty dollar is shown here in all its glory- Don't be deceived by smaller stocks in "big stores." We are the people for low prices, and can readily prove this assertion. Umbrellas. rj50 of 26-inch ladies' beat Gloria Silk with choice oxidized handles, at 31.25 each; wel W2W 2ti-inch Gloria Silk, with paragon frames, rolled silver handles, at actually good value 6iie lot of 26-inch Gloria Silk, Octagon concaved frames, copied oxidized handles, at 32. These represent tlie styles of all other stores. Another lot of ladies' dress Umbrellas, Puritan Silk, black ebony sticks, gold and -Sterling silver.. beingtne regular sty lies but the "-----r Gents' Teak Scarfs at 24c each. Choice designs, rare Another lot just re- ceived of our Oc collar. No better goods than these are sold at 20c a piece right in this town. The shirt we soil for fiOc cannot be matched for the price. We make less profit on this grade than others dr> and buy in enor- mous quantities. It is a great leader ami make us lots of business friends. The fact that "the people appre- ciate merit" is the cardinal principle of this establishment. When we ask your inspection to a bargain it is strictly true. Embroideries and Laces. pieces 45 inch supnrh Skirtings i patterns and exclusive styles offered at 45c. These s weeks At per yard pieces Alexander Ca we shall sell 7 ioshmere finished. Black Press Silks. The best known on earth, and. positive value at This is an index to what we arc doing. JJuii't loiter.on the direct. beautiful patterns an excusve styes oere a 5c. These are thu identical patterns of six weeks ago at OOc. Mull Kni at IQc to 3fic. Just the tilings yftu have searched the town for are shown herein- endless varietiey, lieautHuU lovely, aud.ircali. Some newand elepant coodls in the most perfect Smyrna designs just in. Just the correct patterns and just the right lOc to 20c, worth double. At Oc we promise to show the greatest and by far the most popular bargian ever ulfered from our counters in a colored or ecrue edges, ranfiing from 4. to inches wide at'Jc.worth several times more -SQOdozen Ladies' -Onyx' itlack Hose, very light weight, .very fine gauge at pair sold for- ;metly at 5Qc. 100 dozen Ladies' Btoad Itibbed Fast Blaek Hose, Koyal Stainless dye, ivar- ranted, 25c. dozen MisSes' weight plain -trad 2 and 1 ribbed fasfc black hose, guaranteed cot to nrock, 25c. 150 dozen boys' ioTs Jersey ribbed seamless Hose three thread heel and toe and extra long, 12ic jaair. dozen Gents' JTast Black Half _ Hose, light weight, fine quality, guaranteed Stainless, 25n. "100 dozen Gents British Sox, double heel and toe, full regular made, IGc, worth 55c every- Linens. Marked reduction for the coming week. All -our Table Linens to be closed out before our .tall- purchases arrive. Our large line of towels "Will be shown at muchly reduced figures. 'Complete line of fancy Tidies, Table Covers, iJLambrequins A lao our w hoi e stock of .Stamped Linen Goods at reduced figures. Lawns. 1GO pieces of Dragon Black Lawns, in stripes and plaids, received Satur- day. We show a complete line of these gooJs, pndthat is more than any other house in the business can do. SHOES. French Kid Boot; strictly hand turned; regular price, reduced to Ladies7 French Kid Dress Boot, plain and patent-leather tip, French last; worth at 84.25. Ladies' bright Dongola Kid Boot; warranted hand turned sold at now at Gent's extra fine Kangaroo Dress Shoes; strictly hand made; always sell for we offer them at Gents' Fine Calf Shoes, coneress and lace. hand sewed; worth reduced to Ladies' French Dongola Oxfords, plain and patent leather tips; regular price S3, now at Our O. K. Kid Button Shoe, in common- sense and opera, at S1.98; is the equal of any shoe in Atlanta. Ziegler Bros.' Ladies' Kid Oxfords, sold by others at our price Full line of p.ew Blouses just in. The latest styles. The cholo- 'est designs. The lowest prices. Blouses in silk, striped flannel, all silk, all naimel, sateen, madras and other fash- ionable materials. NOTIONS REDUCED. Japanese Fans to close at ic. 700 balls Knitting cotton, assorted colors, 3C. dozen metal buttons, all styles, 5c. papers Needles, assorted sizes, 2c. English JPins, 400 in paper, 3c. Good quality Black Skirt Braid, 3c. I.arge lot Ladies' Hand Satchels, worth 25c Ornaniental Hair Fin Cabinet, 100 in box, 5c. Large lot Hair Brushes to close at Be. BixbVs Royal Shoe Dressing, worth I5c, 3c. "LATE JEWELRY NOVELTIES." 500 Cut Steel and Silver Banple Bracelets, 3c eocft. Fancy Ribbon Stick Pins, 5c each. 300 assorted Hair Ornaments, worUi 25c; lOc eacfu COO pairs Side Combs, all styles, lOc per pair. Just received full assortment of studs, BGc to 75O. Solid Gold Infant's Rinfr, 59c. Solid-Gold Kate Necklace worth 52, 97c. "TOILET ARTICLES." The largest toilet department in the south. Every article warranted genuine. Prices nott to be duplicated south of New York. SOAPS. Pears' scented, 15c per cake. Pears' unseented, lOc per cake. Cuticiira, 4oc per box. Colgate's pure Turkish bath, large 45c per dozen. Colgate's White Wing, Brown Windsor and glycerine, 19c per box. Colgate's Pansy, Sweet Lavender and Kosa- dora, 45c per box. Colgate's cashmere coquet 21c percake. f Colgate's white rose, Frangipanm, vMueO and heliotrope, 37c per cake. Lubin's small size, 3ac per cake. LtVbin's large size, 50c percake. Colgate's Violet Water, small, 35c. Colgate's Violet "Water, larger Tic. Florida Water, small, lilc. I EXTRACTS. Lubin's 1 oz., all odors, 55c. S! Luudberg's 1 oz., all odors, 53c. i Colgate's 1 oz., all odors, 4Tc. One-half pint bottles Bay 9c. LACE CURTAINS. Jjace curtains at 73c pair. Lace curtains at 9Sc pair. Lace curtains at S1.23 pair. Lace curtains at SI.05 pair. All the above are at redttced prices. Curtain scrim at yard. Curtain poles, including trimmings. 39c each. All our Drapery China Silks to be closed oufi t50cyard. CO- 65 WHITEHALL ST. and we find that we have too many goods on hand. Now, this stock must be sold, and sold quickly, to make room for our Fall Stock. Read the following prices, and come to see us Monday, if you want Genuine Bargains 500 pounds of split and single Zephyrs at per ounce, worth 8c. 100 dozen ladies' black Silk Mitts at gc per pair, worth 250. 75 doz. ladies' black Jersey Mitts, all silk, at 150, worth 400. 63 dozen ladies' all silk Jersey Mitts, beautiful quality, at 250, worth 650. 35 dozen Corsets, J. and C. Brand, tnade of the best quality of .material, and well worth anywhere, will be slaughtered at 470 per pair. On Monday morning only, we will offer 35 choice trimmed .Hats 99C, worth You will have to Bee this Bargain to appreciate it. As a Special Bargain for Monday, WJ offer 150 Gloria Silk. Umbrellas, 26-inch, beautiful gold caps, at Si.15; worth DIVANS, ODD Call early Monday, and get the choice of this Bargain Sale at ST. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THESE GOODS CHEAP IF YOU DON'T LIKE OUR PRICES, WE WILL TAKE ANY REASONABLE PRICE YOU MAY MAKE FOR THEM. Folding Beds at cost, from to Fine Sideboards, Dining Tables, Leather Dining Chairs, to be closed out at your price. Fine Mahogany, Walnut and Oak Chamber Suits and "Wardrobes must be sold at a without any regard to cost. Odd Borders, Short Lengths, Misfit Carpets, of all grades, will be sold at a positive loss to us to move them out of the way. "We have made it a rule never to advertise anything unless. we mean what -we say. We have the gbods, they are paid for, -and we propose-to these goods even ac a sacrifice. "Wo keep no shoddy stuff. You may read this, and.-wonder why Tre propose" to sell goods so3ow and without a profit. We will tell you. By getting rid our-present stock atrcash a profit, it furnishes us money to go in the market and buy goods at -a large discount, and during the summer we shall be contentto hedge on our fall -and ,winter; stock at lowest- prices, by selling goods at cost now. This IB our reason. This is ourjresenf jiqlicy. If yon want, the best goods at cost, now is the time to get thorn. H yon save 25 -pei cent on yonr goods, By now, we think you have made something. Examine our Roods, compare our prices, and if anybody can beat us, then we are satisfied to lose you; butbesnrfl, wueuyoubuy, that you are getting the best goods for the lowest jracesr ANDREW J. MILLER THE LARGEST PURCHASE OP FURNITURE EVER MADE BY i ANY SOUTHERN SYNDICATE m _._.- IN ROUND NUMBERS, INVESTED BY THE RHODES 8 HffifERIY FURNITURE COMPflNY, IT ONE PURCHASE I This furniture has been shipped, and room most be made in our salesrooms for it., We realize the sacrifice that must be made. We have decided to make ic, and the knife will not be spared or cost considered. One solid week of marvelous prices never before known to Furniture trade. Below, we give you a few figures: Marble-Top Snits, bevel plate glass, in oak, cherry and walnut, at S60; will offer them at this sale for at and in all the woods; never offered before for Bedroom Suits (10 pieces) sold at S2S; clearance sale price, Bedroom Suits (10 pieces) sold at clearance sale price, S25. Bedroom Suits (10 pieces) sold at S50; clearance sale price, less than and T a Having purchased the largest stock of Folding Beds eVer made at one shipment to any retail house, we purpose to sell our stock on nana at Clearance Sale Prices. They range from to 3175, and beauties they are. Make up your miud at once, and attend our sale. You can save 25 per cent. It is Bona Fide 1 AT PRICES THAT WILL SELL THEM! Suite that were 338, will be offered at this sale for Suits that were will be offered at this sale for S35.60. Suits that were SC5, will be offered at this sale for Large Porch Bookers at ?2.00i 53.60 and WE ARE' HEADQUARTERS A nice Carriage for was A beautiful one for was 913.50. FOR Five-foot Lawn Benches, in red and oak, that were offered at this sale for Six-foot Lawn Benches, in red and oat, that were 35, Trill be offered at this sale for BABY CARRIAGES. ;Oor leader for S15. was S17.50, and1 was never offered outside of oar store for less than WE. ILL. SLAUGHTER PRO Best Body Brussels for Ooc'yard Best-Ingrain for 45o yard. 30 pieces of Fancy Mattings yard. 28 pieces of Jolritless Mattings at of .Fancy Mattings at 25c-yard. The above prices are made to close the goods out. Remember they are Clearance Sale Goods. FOK TOMORROW ONLY 300 trimmea poles at 25c eacli. Remember, this for Monday. Only 500 more of our large size Mosquito Nets, at the low price of S1.76. Maka no mistake, but come straight to the 135 best Smyrna Kngs at S3, was S4.50. 23 extra Smyrna Bugs at was S4. 100 smalt Smyrna Mats at 75c, was 90c. 50 extra Smyrna Mats at 50e, was C5c. 89 AND 91 WHITEHALL STREET. NEWSPAPER!
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