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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               r THIS PAPER CONTAINS res. THE A.TLANTA CONSTITUTION FIRST PABT. Pages i to 8 VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I I HIGH MONDAY TO SATURDAY! EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK! WATCH THE BARGAIN COUNTERS! NEW ATTRACTIONS DAILY! Dress Goods. Our iio'w goods arc anting daily. Mr. It has returned to Now York from Enrop While in Paris during the summer lie pUced orders for the finest lino of dress i ibno oser imported to the Southern States. Tiie yooils are now, and the styles and prices cannot be duplicated in this country. Lace Curtains. Startling. TOO pair1; fine taped edge Nottingham. Larc Curtains at 50c pair. j-airs full length Nottingham Lace Cur- tains at TJC pair. 3-year Nottingham Lace Curtains v h' h cannot be matched for tlian double nricc Luce Curtains at SI.23 to All styles at a HIS? of 25 per cent on anybody's prices. 100 Silk and Wool Striped Blazers at ench. Two to three times this price would bo chean for them. On Light Breakfast Coats in blue, Imm 11 and tan polka dots, at 00, reduced from ?4. Cieam Blarers, Napoleon fronts, stripes and buttons, S2.50, reduced from 3j. dark colors in blues, greens and blacks, .Us. The gem of bargains. S.tli.l Tan Blazers, all sizes, The jobbi rb' price was S4.73. The le.iders of the sea-son, J. M. High Co., the only place to get them. Only (Hi in. stuck. These goods are made of Persian Cloaking, in tan, moreen ami nary blue. They are coata. "SVo will soil thorn Monday only at A remnant of ladies' Dlonses A clear- ance will be made at Some of them are gootlb. Figured Lawns at remnants, "but full pieces. three loads remnants of Challies, prints, them at Ic yard. French Ginghams. One More Drop. This time they go at 13c yard. Black Striped Lawns. They must 25 pieces, to he closed at Oc a yard. At lie a yard, all our 20c Black Plaid Lawns. Don't forget thib! Ginghams. 100 pieces Ginghams to go at a yard. Wamsutta Domestics. Manufactures' Ends, 5 to 20 yards in piece; they go at Home Run, Yard "Wide Bleached Domestic at yard. Ten-quarter Bleached sheeting only 20cyard Linens. Hero are some Stunners. All pure linen Hack towels, red or blue borders, size 20x42 inches' at eich. Note- this' Cream table damask, extra and quality, full inches wide, 51 c yarn. (ii> inch croam damask, extra quality, at 45c yard. Linen Checked Napkins at 25c dozen. Stamped linen Splashers and Tray Covers at lOc each. 1 White Quilts. Our famous Glenwood twelve-quarter Spread at si is the finest alue ever shown in this couutry. Buggy Robes. Embroidered on IMonue Cloth at 50c each. Note our Window this week of toilet articles. We are headquarters on these goods, and offer them at lower price by from 23 to 40 per cent than other dealers. The best goods on earth at popu- lar prices. Lubin, Lundborg, Col- gate, Eastman, Lafitte and Sound- strom are some of the leaders. They are known the world over. Challies. Last chance. 100 pieces choice patterns at 4c yard. Dress Prints. Last sale of the season. Fine grades -oi-d best styles 4c yard. Black Lawns. One more opportunity, COO yards fine Black India Ijineu at 9c yard. Linen Laces. Hand-made Torchons and Suiyrnas. "We have just received now pieces; hand- somest poods ever "brought to this market; all grades, Oc to yard. pieces, special value, at 5c yard; 200 pieces at lOc yard; one-half to 4 wide. Cambric Embroideries for trimming domestics; pieces in this vveek, 5c to 25c yard; all widths. Hosiery. 150 Ladies' Fast Black, light weight Hose, lloyal, stainless dye, warranted not to crock or money refunded, 25c. 100 doz. gents' full regular made Barbriggan haH Ho'-e, doable heel and toe, luc. 125 doz. misses' 40 gauge plain fast black Hose, double heel and toe, warranted not to stain, -5r. 75 doz. ladies' Richelieu and Cluster rib black lisle thread Hose, Louise Hemisdorf, dye guaranteed stainless, GOc. '50 doz. gent's Onyx dye fast black half Hose, warranted .stainless or money refunded, 25c. 100 boys' extra long black Jersey ribbed seamless Hose, 12ic. 100 doz. misses' -fast "black 2 and 1 ribbed dye, every pair guar- anteed stainless, 25c. NOTICE! NOTICE [NOTICE! Our Mammoth Toilet Win- dow. The largest toilet department in the south. We carry a complete line of the choicest im- ported and domestic goods obtainable. Every article warranted genuine. For the next week yfe make special prires on every article in stock. Kotice prices: Pears's scented soap, 13c; Pears's unscented, lOc; Cuticura soap, Iflc; Cashmere Bouquet, 21c, Ijubm'a. 35c; Violet, Fraugipam, White Rose and Heliotrope, cake; Sueet Jjaven- der. Seventh Regiment and Pansy, cake, Brown Windsor, White Wing and Giycenne, 19c per box; Colgate's Heal Turkish Bath, 45c doz. Luiidhorg's 1 oz. extract, 50c, 2 os. Colgate's, 1 or., 45c; 2 oz., 03c, Eastman's, 1 oz., 45c Liubin's, 1 oz., 05c 2 Col- Bite's Violet Water, a3r; larffp, 71c; Flonda Water, small, 21c; larae, 37c; Rhenish ColORns, 47c; Sozodont, 50e bottle; good quality double dibtilled Bay Hum, IGc young people's perfume, -i bottles, assorted in box, 25c; Vaseline, 7c bottle. We are direct importers of dress goods this season. Stock all pur- chased in Paris by Mr, High during the summer. We will show exclu- sive designs in novelties, and none of our goods and prices can be du- plicated south. Umbrellas. Read tins! 200 fast Black Yeddo Cloth Umbrellas at DOc each. 300 Silk Gloria umbrellas, Paragon frames, silk stitched, natural cherry liandlcs, gl.21 each. Oxidized silver mouuts; best Gloria Clotfe Umbrellas Shoes. Ladies' hid button Shoes, regular price Sl-75, reduced to Ladies' French dongola kid button Boots, plain and patent leather tips, sold at prpbent price 31 30. Tjidies" line kid Shoes, com- mon sense and opera, regular price 52.50, now at ?1.90. Lidies' fine dongola button Shoes, hand- turned, aluays sold for 53.50, at S2 45. Ladies'French kid button, strickly hand- sewed, reduced from to 75. Ladies' French kid shoes, French styles and makes, standard price wfl slaughter them at Men's fine calf Shoes, custom-made, war- ranted, solid at ?4.50, now 50. Men's line Shoes, hand SOM ed, congress and lace, regular price i educed to 50. N. Hess Bros.'s line French calf Iiand-sewed, sold alwavs at reduced to S5 50. Miller Ober's fine French cilf Shoes, foi gentlemen, full, dress. Theste goods e na superior in America. So'd everywhere for SS- "SVo close them out at Miller Ober's patent leather Shoes, the finest made, sold at 58. We run them at SG. Our O. K. leader holds the fort, 20 fresh casea just received, price THE ONLY LOTTERY PROTECTED BY THE Must And Are Determined To Reduce Their Stock! "We must have room for our Fa 1 Stook, which is now coming in. Goods must b3 sold. READ A FEW OF OUR OFFERINGS MILLINERY GOODS. 7 dozen ladies' fine Milan Straw Hats, in all the latest shapes, that have been selling for will go this week at Large lot of ladies' Rustic Straw Hats, fancy shapes with lace edge to go at 45c; former price A few more ladies' Trimmed Hats, former price to be slaughtered at 990_____________ 91 ladies' Silk Parasols, 24x26 inches, will be offered this week at 25 per cent; below New York SILK MITTS. We have, about 25 dozen more ladies' Silk Mitts, worth to be sold at 90. 37 dozen Silk Mitts, worth 400, to go at 150. 29 dozen ladies' Silk Mitts, worth 6oc, to go at 250 HOSIERY. 50 dozen ladies' and misses' Black Ribbed Hose, guaranteed fast black, worth 3Sc, to go at soc. 25 dozen ladies Plain Black Hose, fast colors, worth 500, to be sold at 2gc.________________________ Ladies' and gents' Handker- chiefs will also be sold regardless of cost.________________ Split and single Zephyr, for Mon- day only, will sell at4 y2c per ounce. A lovely line of Fancy Figured China Silk, worth will be offered at 7.sc per yard.__________ Ladies lo ok to your inter- csb and gLve a call. (PUBLIC CHARITY) 1S78, In nowise connected Tvilh nnj other Company ualns tile eame name. VILL BE HELD IN THE ON MONDAY, SEPT. 15. 189O. "Which is the Orancl Semi-Annual Extraordi- nary Drawing, the CAPITAL being One Hundred and Tweutj Thoufaand Uullara. "WHITEHALL ST., Corner Hunter. Bv terms of contract the company must deposit the bum of all prizes included in the scheme before selling a single ticket, and receive the following hereby certify that the Bank Cof London and Mexico has on deposit the necesrary funds to Guarantee the payment of all prizes drawn bv the Loteria de la Benencencia rubfica. ApoLiNAit CASTILLO, Intervenor. Further, tlie company is required to distribute fifty-six per cent of the value of all the tickets in larger portion than is given by any other tottery. PRICE OF Money. WlioleB SSS; Halves Quarters Club Rates: -north of tickets for S50. LIST OF FRIZES. 1 Capital Prize Sl-WOO 1 Capital Prize of 1 Capital Prize of ................is 1 Brand Prize of 2Prizesof 5 Prizes of 000......................are 200.....................are 100......................are 20 Prizes of lOOPnzesof 380 Prizes of 529 Pnzes PRIZES. 150Prizes to prize............................... 150 Prizes of approximat'g to to Chattanooga, Tennessee, -MANUFACTURE- IRON FENCING and FIRE ESCAPES, CRESTING AND BUILDERS' IRON WORK. We have just completed Fire Escapes on the Kimball house, Metro politan hotel, Constitution building, Block building, etc., etc., and invite he attention of the public to their substantial finish and durability. Send for estimate and catalogue.____________________________ If AN WINKLE ATLANTA, GA. and DALLAS, TEX. -----Manufactures----- COTTON SEED OIL MILL MACHINERY .-----AND----- Fertilizer Machinery Complete. First clas in every respect and guaranteed as represented. Cotton Gins, Feeders, Condensers and COTTON PRESSES, Tanks and .find Mills, Shafting, Pulleys" and Boxes, And all nlasses of Mill Work. Writs lor circulars and prices. TanWiiJrte Gin Machinery Co mcli23-sim FIRE 1NSVSANCE. prize 2 299 Prizes........Amounting All Frizes sold in the United States fully paid in numberyof tickets is limited to less Sum ate sold lotteries using tlie same scheme. ttemit by ordinary letter, containing MONEY ORDERS famed by all Express Companies, orfcew nmst invariably be sentregia- HT. BASSETTI, City of. Mexico, Mexico. OF ATLANTA, GA. CAFITAIv Office No. 9 Edgewood avanue, Trader's Bank Building. tered. Address, UFFICEBS: JOJ5L HDET, President, EDWABD SWAIN, Manager of Agencies. DIRECTORS: S.M.Inman, ISSi, IS a iV J. W. EUgllSu, J. TmlsarE T.J.HIentower, B. A. Denmark, fcZ-SSE- B. A, H. T. T HAVE FOK PALE AND IMMEDIATE DELIVERY A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS Ot NEW I State of Georgia three ami one-half per cent Bonds. Correspondence solicited. 1 arties having state or trust Ijonds to invest will do well to liny these bonds while tney can. State bonds are cba bons estate or trust jons to invest wi o we o iny ese ons wi only bondi nof-itn civ 1 ree from taxation, arc a better inve-tmeiit than government bonds and they will be higher. bnmastrcot. July 8-titt-top col fin pafie HUSIPHREYS CASTLLMAN, 13 K. Alabnmastrcot. A LONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED. CORNER PBYOR AND ALABAMA STREETS, Receives deposits, un demand, of one dollar -and upwards and allots interest on tlie sama This an excellent opportunity to save their surplus earning, make interest on their money and at the same time have it wlu-re the> ean get it when necessity demand-. 4 1-11? IT 11 r A 1) 1 A. HfcMl WILKINSON, j Vice-Presidcnt. C-27-tf-toli col 1m pa OF ATLANTA, GA. "W. Parrott. President C. A. Collier, Vice President. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, TLisbilitv Sa Jacob Cash.ec. iaj Individual Liability Same as National Banks. inkine: business. Commercial paper discounted. Loans made upon ap- vomts m the Cmted'states, Canada and throughout Lurope. made on the most fcworable terms. We draw our Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, France, Austria and other European countries. Invite the ao imts of individuals, banks, bankers, firms and corporations. Issue DEMAND CERTIFICATES or book PA.SSENaER SCHEDULE G-EOBGIA FLORIDA. RAILROAD SUWANEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIDA. Jaldns JJffect July 6.1830. Standard Tune. 90tn Meridian.__________________ fcrOISG SOUTH. Lv aiacon, Union depot........... Ar Cordele, junction S. A. SL Lv Cordele AT Til ton, junction B. W. K. K. LvTifton, Ar Valdosta, junction S. F. W.S.Z. ArLake City junction P. C. P. E. K. Ar JackBonviUe, F. C. P. depot....... Ar Hampton, Junction F. C. P. K K...'. tlOOam TOOpmOlOam j-JSpm 944pm lOOpia JOOpm 3 26 urn 11 IS in 5 55 p m 3 08 p ni, C 17 p JQ, 7 23 p 9 14 pmi 10 40 p m! 1 01 a in 10 40 a m. 2 11 a m 2 50oia 3 22 a m 5 20pm 6 35 a G 01 a m 9 H p m 8 00 a mJlQ 40 p m 10 lOam> Secretary. tv St. Angustine via J. St. Lv Palatka Union Depot............------ Ar Hampton junction F. C. P. R. E---- l.v Jackscnviile, F. depot......... Lv Lake City Junction F. C. P- R. B---- Ar Jasper Junction, S. F Ar Valdosta Junction, S. F. w. K. y.... Ar Tifton, Junction B........ Ar Cordela Junction, S., A. and M. B-'y. LvCordele Ar 3Iacon.UBion depot 10 00 a m 11 05 a m 7 50pm 50 pin 10 40 p m 10 10 11 51pml12 40 12 IS pm! 1 01 a m; 1 53pm 2 03pm 3 24 p r 10 10 a m "am 3 05pm, 830pm 5 00am. t Now ana i-uuiu -u Buffet Sleepmc Cars on tr.uns Nos. 3 and 4. .ADttaina arrive and depart fromnnion depot, Macon, except Ko. ana x trains, which arrive and depart from Macon Junction. HOOE, Gen. Pass, A ft Agtu, q Watt street. Kimball Hoio, AUana, iNEWSPAPERr V'SPAPERf   

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