Atlanta Constitution, August 3, 1890

Atlanta Constitution

August 03, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THIS PAPER CONTAINS V 1 1 <4 FIRST PAST. iges 1 to 8 HI I 1 VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY AUGUST 3, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BEAOT! Who Will It Be THE QUESTION OE THE DAY HIGH'S GRAND CARAVANI THE----- Festival! J. M. High. Co. Wash Fabrics. Desirable tilings for summer wear. yjvnla iiMe-dross Ginghams, in plaitls, cbock.s and stripes, at iic yard; -worth lOc. 200 pieces elegant Drap Do Venice Ging- hams, never sold for loss than luc, now lOe. French Zephyr Ginghams, o5c anil 50c yard; choice all to at 20c yard. fur crown Satines. They have never bean known to go for less than 12ic now down to 9c at High's. J "ZO pieces laco striped Black Lawns at me yard' worth 20c. Fast Black Lawns, in plaids and stripes, at 15c, 20c and 25c yard. New Lot in Saturday. 800 yards Lace Curtain Scrim, at 4k: yard, for Monday. Lace Curtains. UctrUtJ UCU.J-10, 200 pairs elegant Lace Curtains, tape jotflerod and worth per pair, to go at )8o pair. _____________. High Co. Ladies' Blouse Waists. All wool, lacert fronts, at each. 100 Ladies' Extra Quality Swiss Ribbed Jersey Vests at lOc each, -worth double. Gauze Shirts, for men, extra quality, at 23c each. lie shipment Gents' 4-Ply Ijir-.en Collars; all styles. Boys' Waists, new lot. Choice styles 25c each. Note our Show display of Shoes in Atlanta. We sell Zieglcr Shoes at factory prices, and show a complete line of Ladies', Children and Men's Shoes from the best makers of the country._______ Remnants White Goods. Bolji plain and yards togoivt Sic yard.. J. M. High Co. At 1O II The choicest line of Sheer Plaid India Linens ever shown in Atlanta. Not a piece less than 15c. During the month of August all summer stuffs and odds and ends of all sorts must be closed. Watch for bargains every day in the week. White Quilts. 12-4-extra weight and quality, only each. J. M, High Co. Linen Towels. Huck, 22x40 inches, value unequaled, lac each. At 50c yard, halt bleached Table Damask, extra weight and quality. At 35c yard, white bleached Damask, colored bordered, worth 50c. All wool striped and plaid dress goods, GOc goods to go at 33c yard. Remnants of dress goods, rem- nants of white goods, remnants of wash goods, remnants of everything to be closed' regardless of cost or value. J. M. High Co. CARNIVAL ---IN--- DryjGroods! GOODS EVERY ATOM Must Be Sold This Month! Gome to HIGH'S tomor- row and every day during the coming week for Bar- J. M. High Co. 65 WHITEHALL ST., Corner Hunter. DOM THEY COME! The Bottom Readied At Last! At 9 Cents offer 150 dozen Ladies' Black Silk Mitts, worth 250. _______ At 15 Cents offer 100 dozen Black Silk Mitts, Jersey ribbed, beautiful quality, 350. ATLANTA, GA. and DALLAS, TEX, P.OTTON SEED OIL MILL MACHINERY -----AND----- Fertilizer Machinery Complete. First clas in every respect and guaranteed as represented. Cotton Gins, Feeders, Condensers and COTTON PRESSES 'lanks and tVind Mills, Shafting, pulleys and Boxes, And all classes of Mill Work. for circulars and prices. VanWInMe Gin snd MaoHlnery Co mch23-sua tue thur MY GOODS ARTS ABSOLUTELY PURE. JOSEPH THOMPSON, Distiller and Wholesale Liqiir Dealer! DIRECT IMPORTER OK RHINE 1 MADERIA. I-WH SK ES SHEER-? f UUIULU CLARET I SOLE AGENT FOR ACME CXTTTER OLD FORRESTER _______ MARYLAND CLXTBJ SAUTERNESJ ALL LEHD1NS BRANDS -CHAMPAGNES KEPT IN STOW HAVE A FULL ONE OF FINE DOMESTIC WINES. IMPORTED RECEIVED IXOXT1U.Y SOUE AGENT FOR ANHAUSER BUSCH BEER. JOSEPH THOMPSON, 21 AND 23 KIMBALL HOUSE........ATLANTA G-A april C-dly Atlanta West Point Railroad Stockholders' Train, a be ran over this road for tlie accommodation wir'families, Au-inst 7, 1SW. as iollows Stockholders' tickets good only on this ATT.ASTA, G holders and tlii________ TBAIN NO. Leave West I'oint...... ofsloe train. At 25 Cents will sell you a lovely quality of Jersey Silk Mitts, worch any- vhcre 6gc. __ At 8 Cents we offer for Monday only 100 dozen Gents' all pure Linen Handker- chiefs, worth 250. __ At 1-2 Cents we offer for Monday only our entire stock of Split and Single Zephyrs, worth 8c. _ At 2O Cents we offer too dozen solid guaranteed Fast Black Hose, worth 400.______ At 63 Gents will sell you a French Corset worth woven At 75 Cents will sell you a. qual- ity of R. G. Corsets.___________ i Special attention given to all mail orders._______ "WTBdETEHALL ST., i Corner Hunter. r rtja---- UNITED STATES Wji ts tar if PatrB9B itE FIRE OF ATLANTA, GA." CAPMAI', Office No. JOEL HURT, President, 3. M. Inroan, A. D- Adair, Joel Hart, Jamos q Edeewood avanue, Trader's Barik Building.: 17 J.R. NTJTUNG, Secretary. SWAIN, Manager of Agencies. DIRECTORS: R. J. J. W. Eoeiiah, T. J. Hipntower, W. "W. Thomas, IV A. Russell.___________ George TCinsaip, J. R. Nutting, B. A. Demnarb, H. T. Inman, EEMOVAL. comUanTttavo moved their factory and office to 12 Court- niettbv J. Son; and are now do all lands of Show Cases, Defiles, Chests, Store andBankFixtal-es.'ahdlntenor The services of Mr. E. H. Dodge, long .connected.. witn -too Mass., have been secured. Tiecainpany intendsdomg and. lowfcior House Work, and guarantees, unconditionally, all done anywhere, We refer, without It. G Dunn-g tMa city, and lor an of fcava done wort, tucs thut AE CMX, treetj Ga. Gabbettville.... AVHitfieRl....... Hogansville... Grantville..... Moreland...... Powell's....... Palmetto...... Fairburn...... Red Oak............... East Point............. Arrive Atlanta. 30 1 42 TRAIN NO. 5C. Leave Atlanta........... Ka-st Point........ Red Oak....... Fairbnm...... Palmetto...... Powell's....... Kewnan....... Moreland...... Grantville..... Wliitfield...... .Gal.bettville.... Arrive "West Point.... -T301T 5 15 5 'J7 6 27 6 41 M 7 10 Stoekhnlders will be raseed free on tickets, winch will be issued by agents at the stations. Families will ne held to consist of wives and unmarried cliildren, members of immediate famines. Others who may desire toAccompany their friends can purchase tickets at one fare for the round trip, good for y desi that day.and train only. EDMUND L. TYIJ3K, General Slanaccer. CHAS. H. CBOMWEI.L, Traffic Manager. K. A. EVEFLSON, No. 56 South Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. ONLY ARTIST IN THE SOUTH. DESIGNS FREE. CURES Diarrhoea, Dj-sentery, Malaria and all Ilowel Com- plaints. I Beading physicians prescribe it for Adults and children. Sold "by all Liquor Dealers. THE .TRADE STJFFLTED BY B. B. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 46 and 50 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Ga. juldly eter Lynch, Whitehall and 7 Mitchell Sts. DEALER smi SEO. E. LOMBARD CJX Fouidry, HacMEB, Bolls AND OIN WORKS, ENGINES, BOILERS, TAi'KS, STACKS, SALS AND CANE MILLS, GINS, PRESSES, IN- JECTORS, VALVES, K1TTISGS. REORGE R. LOMBARD I CQ.'S achine, Boiler and Gin Wcrlss, Mill, Engine and Gin Supply House, Augusta, G-a., LS the place to get Machinery and Supplies and Kepairs at bottom prices. CO New Gins and 03 New Ensinee in Stoclc. Clears, Tobaccos, Snuff, Wines and CHUCK, AJLE. 1'ORTKIl, BEER, FLASKS, CORKS AND OT11EB GOODS BELONGING TO THE WINE AND SPIRIT TRADE. Fine 'Wines, "VVliifkiea and Brandies a specialty in this line. Also Gons, Pistols. Cartridges and otlier Ammunitions. Red] Clover, Kiae, Orchard, HerdB and Timothy Grass Seeds also Ruta Baga, Seven Top, 3'nrplc Top, Flat Dutch, 'NVhite and Yellow Globe, Aberdeen, Cow Horn, German, Sweet and other brands of Turnip Seed. German Kale and other FalJ, Field and (larden Seeds. Fresh and Genuine, and true to name. Empty barrels, half and keprs and a vari- etv of other goods. Prices reasonable. TEUM3 CASH. Also some few Iruit jars, extra tops and. rubbers on hand. paper when yon write July sun wed BATES'- -WEST Bank ImnroTemSit stock. Southern B.TnlcinK arid-Tniaf i IQcp TENHESSEB IRON FEHSTOM MACHINE WORK Cliattanooisw Itenn.. manufactureia "WHOUGHT IRON FENCI2W3- for firont yards, (joiirtliousea, church and cemetery enclosures, raSUne ana finals. Fire escapes of the moat improved designs, -witti turw ayaanaiaddcrBaai witlior-syitlioutTpaAcrataaapipe. Buna for catalogue, PRIME BJ1NK STOCK. The American National Banfe OF DENVER, Is increasing its capital to maldnglt Tlie Strongest Eanlc in Colorado. SUares eaclj, the premium poing ta profit account, for benefit of new and old stoCK- holders. Bank officers of long and successful financial ex- perience. A limited number of shares will be A'ddress Guarantee Loan and Trust Co., Kansas Citv. .Ho., or Denver Loan and Improvement or JSanlc, Uenver, Colo. sun ABSOLUTE SUCCESS Bffl-lmmetUatesirenffth to the weakrand nervoi TSa nauseous drugs'tp swallow or detentiOQ ordinary If) H VVSPAPERI ;

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