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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PAPER CONfAINS FIBST PART. Pages i to VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MOKNING, JULY 27, 189O. PRIGD FIVE CENTS. Left from each MERELY A department, SONG." begins on Tomorrow. REMNANTS! REMNANTS! Which must ABSOLUTELY be sold in six days at a price which means fr 75 per cent off On 7 picc.es B'aek Drapery Fish Nets cind lowtncygoit 43 cents per jaid 10 pitccs exquisite Evening Di ipei) which 40 pei jard st.ll quickly at 98 cents A'l our 2-, ind 5o elegant fig icd China Dress Silks in dark shiucs to go at 720 1 ooo pieces handsome, stjlish and Silts in plains plaids and t-incies it just 1 EN CLNTS THE DOLI AR Come, take a. look it us tomorrow 2 ooo evening shades in Surahs will go at 35 cents, and 10 ooo j aids dark colors at 29 cents Ivo competition is recognized by us 2-, p cces colored Dress FiiHes in pictty shading at 6gc other houses (and ue nave also) sell this at 50 The manner in which we propose to conduct this great Remnant closing sale is such that all be served promptly, and we desire our special cus- tomers to take early advantage of its sacrifices, as to them we cater for continued patronage. 500 dress lengths in very fine col >rc 1 suitings, and Heniiettas, Reticketed1 Remarked1 Rereduced! At honestly jusf one third former price This sale will doubtless in terest yon 210 icmnants in very extia grades of best Black and Mourning Dress Goods offeicdat 33 per cent on the dollar. Behold' How we dispose cf this Great Remnant j Stock' The most stupen- dous sale ever attempted in Atlanta, characterized by Bargains most wonder- ful, inducements most i marvelous. The greatest destruction of values ever recorded. The purchasing power of the Eagle on your dollar five times its regular strength, made so necessarily to close out and be ready for fall The residue of our Table Dimisks in vhitc, half bleached) and coloied, are offered astonishing ly low 300 remnants extra fine Damibks, ringing from r to 4] >aids, at jour own reasonable price At 19 Gents. Hotelb, boarding houses and housewucs are called to notice 500 dozen extra fine Huck and Damask Towels, regular 4oc goods. yards in dress lengths of French Fast Black Dress Lawns, really extra fine and good value at 350 These remnants to close at roc 5 ooo jards remnants of Challies will be offered al yard }ards beautituf Challies on baigain counter at worth toe i 900 j-uds extra fine Lace Striped Black Lawn at 150, dress patterns worth 330 25 pieces 45 inch black French Lawn at worth Notice the width emnants of French Ging hams at gc At yards extra Super Connie loc Our i5c and Ginghams offered tomoriow at just loc One big lot Sateen remnants offered at 5c A A large line Tiench Sateens, m lengths At pieces Ciown Sat eens Ask otheis the price Remnants in our" great White Goods department to go tomorrow without >auls extra good m white India Linen, at 3c. jards supeib checked India Linen offered at >ards finer grades of same styles, in Lawns at 5C yards elegant quality m reirinants representing our aoc, 250 and Lawns to close quick at gc. 20 pieces dotted Swiss at a great sacrifice In Gents' Furnishings such as Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties and all sorts of Underwear we present many broken lines at most astonish mgly low prices High's New York Mills Cotton 3 Ply Linen Bosom Reinforced P ront and Back, 500 High s Peerless at "peer" of any ft Atlanta shirt Collars, worth 2oc, at 90 Fancy Silk Scarfs, the rem naste tot of the season, slaughtered at 250 Gents' India Shirts in extra quality and perfect fit at Bargains everywhere in this de partment Grand Closing Hosiery Sale. Suoerb values, elegant bargains 200 dozen Ladies Light weight "Onvx" dyed, guaranteed stainless, at 25c 50 dozen Ladies' Dropped Stitch Black Lisle Hose, "onjx1 dyed Warranted stainless, at 5oc 100 dozen Gents' Past Black Socks, warranted "never to at 250 100 dozen Misses' Fast Black plain light weight, warranted not to crock, at The preceding Hosiery Specials are most inviting to close, shrewd buyers 300 Gold Head 26-inch Gloria Silk Umbrellas at 15 to close out 125 left of those 26 inch Gloria Silk Oxidized silver handles, regu lar 50 umbrellas, offered 75 that is left of those 50" elegant umbrellas which sold so fast tendays ago, will close tomorrow at i 98 50 Mourning Umbrellas offered very low They were now 90 Special Sale of Handkerchiefs. Some startling bargains in pretty styles At 3 i 3c, Ladies' Hem stitched Colored Bordered Hand kerchiefs At 1O Gents. 200 dozen Gents' plain and fancy bordered Handkerchiefs, good styles, simply At 25 Cents. 100 dozen Ladies' Thread Cam bnc Hemstitched Embroidered Handkerchiefs The best Baigams m the city Wonderful Perfectly Grand 40 pieces new Plaid Black Lawns just opened, will be put before our patrons at I 50 Pretty st) les, new patterns and actually 350 goods Second Floor Department. Has special attractions for this week. Silk and wool striped Blouses at 73 each Elegant lace front TSlouses for 49, worth 50 early in the sea- son All wool flannel sailor Blouses in dark colors at 75 cheap Repellant cloth, long Cloaks for traveling, 75 worth 50 Taped bordered Lace Curtains at 970 per pair New lot of Lace Curtains just re- ceived, from 750 to 50 per pair. All Chenille Portiers at a pair. Lace Curtain Scrim per yard Curtain Poles with Brass Trim- mings at 390 each Pull stock of Cashmere Scarfs and Shawls from 75c to 50 Just the garment for early fall wear A big clearance in Fine Shoes Only two numbers for this day's notice The most extraordinary bargains evei put before the public. At we shall sell pairs of ladies best hand tinned, hand sewed shoes The best and most perfect baigam ever coming from us, regu- lar puce At we offer men's hand- sewed shoes all the latest lots, 1 hese are good and warranted to last Regular puce 50 "Tale Care of Your Tlie Hood is the medivim tj Tihicb life is A. condition of the bloo t is in ani r i i n t d An impure c i r uentn.1 tlel ilitv nervous disorder iherr-oi tlmt in l all hlo d diseases faolU bj jour druggist ind i rep iretl bv H DANIEL 30 Will street Atlanta fia GHEAP_ TICKETS ARKANSAS AND TEXAS WESTERN 8c ATLANTIC R. R McKENZIE ROUTE! One fare for oimd trip Tickets sold July 29th Oth and 31st good to letnrn within thirty days stop overs allowed through cars to Arkansas and Texas "No trouble to answer letters write for rates and maps etc Mr J W Hicks passen ger agent, leaves on the 30th in charge of party J H L4.TIMEK, CHAKLES B WALKER, FRED D BTjSH, Gcneril Ex Agents, Atlanta, Ga ]uly G-25t BALLARD TRANSFER COMPANY. Cheap hack rates. One- horse surrey or coups one hour, 50c. Two-horse landau or carriage one hour, Give us a trial. John A. Colvin, Superin- tendent. Telephone 2O5. To Contractors and. Builders SE1I.ED PROPOSALS FOE THEEBECT1O of a framed bam and stables ou tile expcri mental farm, at Experiment, 1% miles north o Grifhn, Ga. wdl be received until Saturday, Augusts, 12noon, working platis and specifica- tions may be seen at the omceof Bruce Morgan, architects, Atlanta. Ga and also at the office of Director R. J Bedding, at Experiment, Ga The committee resene the right to reject all bids. Proposals should be marked "Proposals for Barn and andaddressed to the "Director of Experiment station. ISxperiment, F Director. oni. 3Uly20 333T Cottage at Bar Harbor, Just oppt site the JLouisburg, for sale or to Itt lor reason This cottage has nine rooms in the main build ing and four in the annex (kitchen) There is hot and cold water an the butler s pantrj and in both bath The interior wills arc all finished in hard wood painted ind paneled burlap or floated piaster There is about >ne quarter acre of ground con- nected with tlit house The the dining room wiudows in N E cor house takes in the whole of Frenchman a bay ind from the second story piazzas t com- plete panorama maj be had of the scenery m all directions The piazzas aie ten feet deep and surround three sides of the story and all four sides of the cecond story The three bed rooms in the hrst are 17 feet square and 12 feet high There are three communicating parlors 15 feet square The "ecoud story is one large room UbC 1 as nursery) 20 feet square, will be made into wo rooms if desired The dining loom is amply provided with cut glassware and canton breakfast dinner and sup per service The house ia handsomely furnished with Orient al ruga and portieres artistic furniture wrought iron limps andiroiis etc DR S M MILLER, nne5d tf thur sun 1309Pine St Philadelphia Pa DENVER, COL- CO More Prizes than any Other Company. CAPITAL PRIZE, TICKETS, 5O CENTS EACH. PAID EACH MONTH. of Commerce Fajs All Prizes Address B F RHODUS, DENVER COLORADO julj 1C 3m wed fn sun PRIME BANK STOCK. The American National Bank OF DEN V Kit, COLO Is increasing its capital to malang It Tfce Strongest Bank in Colorado Shares 00 each, the 35 00 premium eomc to profit account, for benefit of new-and old stock- holders. Bank officers of long and successful financial ex- penence A limited number of snares will be sold. Address Guarantee Xoaa and Trust Co- Kansas or Denver Loan, and, Improvement Co.. or Sank, julyie-lm-TrciUn THE SCHOOL AND CHURCH SUPPLY COMPANY Is a new com bmation of fac i cones, publish TS and import _rs to supply southern __ 'trade direct from Atlanta at factory prices They furnish any school, college, church, bank, court or opera house lecture room, etc., with all styles or prices of furniture and suitable merchandise They guar antee prices, quality and ion, and ask for only a chance to bid, or a trial order Address, V E. ORR, General Manager, Atlanta, Ga. JulyO dun ThePiedmontExposition 1890, ftT HTLfiNTfl, SI, OCTOBER 15th, November 1st. The Piedmont Exposition company is now pre pared to receive applications of all kind of priv ileges to be sold witu tbe exception gaming privileges, which; are excluded, under any and afi circumstances Applications- must be made in writing, clearly statzngthe object ia question, and directed to JAMES resident and, general afonager. Worth of Gas Fixtures! That must be sold to reduce stock. SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR NEXT 2O DAYS 2 Light Fixtures and Globes from Up. 3 Up. "We will save you money. Call and see us. Bellingrath. tltf Uiurs sun tue3 SCHEDULE GEORGIA SOUTHERN FLORIDA RAILROAD SUWANEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIOA. ffect July C 180D Standard Time 90cli meridian. Ma.con Union i M 3 7 00 p 11 B 10 m Ar Cordeie, junction 3 A. M R. y Lv 5.) p 100pm 9 44 p m 1 00 p Ar Tifton junction B W R. pm 11 IS p m 5 fw p Lv Tifton Ar Valdosta, junction S F W R. Ar Jasper. Ar Lake City junction F C P R. R. Ar Jacksonville, F C P 1 pm 7 23 y Ham 2 50 D m 3 22 a in 5 20 p in 6 35o. Ar Hampton Junction F C P R R Ar Palatka Union 14 p to 10 40 p Jlipm 8 00 a n 10 40 i Ar St Augustine St H R R
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