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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia CONSISTS PAGES. THE iTLANTA CONSTITUTION. THIRD PART. Pages 13-18. xxir ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. We start out Monday morning with a determina- tion to make our December sales the largest of the season. HEAVY ADDITIONS TO During the past week, enable us to offer a sel ection of Boys', Men's and Children's Suits and Overcoats complete in every detail, and the prices will interest you. You know the kind of Clothing we sell. Nothing shoddy finds its way into our stock. Don't miss the biggest Clothing sale of the season. HIRSCH CLOTHIERS. TfilLORS. FURNISHERS, 42 flND 44 WHITEH1LL STREET. i, "D guess Christmas is near. Store shows it. A whisper x Santa Claus and many generous suggestions of rich gift- 'l.njs all around. What shall the remembrancer be? That's op thought in almost everybody's mind. Eighteen days settle the question in. The counters are radiant with "tseat hints. Come, good man or woman, and look about a n, iiiile stocks are in brilliant bloom and get-at-able. The we is more than ever your own to use and enjoy. bate. i- "JLD you like to give her a Real Lace Handkerchief? The genuine Duchesse or Valenciennes are equally rare and the golden bargain vein of these things is not :irely exhausted. We believe ours to be the best and -imest showing of them in this marfbt. Filmiest of Thread ic, delicately drawn medallions and stars, lavish Lace of unmistakable qualities; aid Experts say they are worth double and treble. EN'S Embroidered Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs. Marvel- is materials; dainty, delicate designs. The first water f luxury and elegance in Handkerchiefs. Just one eau- exquisite tints and'colorings will not stand rougfij" s washing. With kindly care they'll be no trouble and ttf. proper and perfect. Maybe thirty styles; 35c, 650, ,candgi.oo. We don't wait for-clear-out prices till nobody 'i i -_s them badly. Are more in demand now than ever. 1 HOLIDAY buds have burst into developed life all through j. the Linen Handkerchief seetion. A cleaner, fresher sick you can't find. Art and Utility, grace and -daess have struck hands oftener than ever before. Be to vour Durse- Consult our collection. The case is simple. Cannot allow any other% folks to serve you either cheaper or r. That's why worthiest things at poorest prices always you here. Few ignore the fact. (J__________Q W while the is plenty is the time to do your it Sieve buying. They are entered on the gift-list by many i s. Almost every pair in present display is of recent pnr- 1-2. What satisfaction to choose from a stock not mussed, latched, confused or awry in any way. You select quickly distrust, hesitation or pointed examination. Every t- from neat street wear to Paris evening fashions. Prices it jthers don't care to duplicate. o---------o SONS and Ruchings. They are rushing rapidly. Some belated bargains are now in conspicuous shelf-space so that each variety invites investigation. The peculiar of the year is here when such trifles are easily agitated. 3 :atch the inspiration of an advertisement and take a movement outward. Such has been our pec illy with that lot of unique Ruchings. These tardy L "o will doubtless equal the records of the fly. OMEBODY made a slip. Way out of the common prices on 600 pairs of Gentlemen's Slippers. They were manufac- ured to sell at wholesale for 25 per cent more than our present retail prices. When you see them you see the pick and choice of everything of the like going. Embroidered and appliqued to show various brilliant sport, animal and other devices. For you to decide on color, material and shape. Prices need no thought. See them and you'll wonder who loses.! VOUNG MAN, give her a Fan. That's a breezy bit of ad- 1 vice. Be the appropriation anywhere from 500 to the Fan is here to meet it. What else can be bought for the money that is so full of lightness and brightness and airiness? A myriad spread of all the elegant, artistic contrivances that were ever dreamed of, and a service side to every one. That's what catches ;he wise. The affair is pretty and attractive and it's bound to be used fan or to flirt. Full line ot all sorts. OF ALL the Blankets we ever had this stands supreme. Quality, finish, size, weight. Lay it alongside of any outside at even and say truly which is -sinner! soft, fluffy filling, made of thoroughly cleaned wool; light cotton warp, the rwo put together as a Blanket should be, to look, at and for wear. You can risk such a Blanket as this through the wash without worry. They are sure to start a stir. I" stu tua Cincinnati Enquirer says: "Cherish the Chrysanthe- min and fondle the Golden Rod, bat don't forget to put -cr Winter Flannels.'' Companv is here to supply all demands, for Winter "wear, of Men and Women, Boys and Girls at the very prices possible. The practical beauty, attractive form "tie cheapness will commend these things to pruden at-buyers. We can produce for you any style or size- it will please and interest you to Hosiery More than three hundred styles of Stockings for omen and Children. Think of that? Handling snch quantities and bringing the goods straight from the vou, lets us make prices on single pairs about as little as Iao6t res charge and sell for by the dozen- 2 greatst care has been exercised in selecting thesi A sharp eye noted weave, texture, shape, dye Just as much value for your money in higher grades, HROPER cotton carefully carded is soft and mellow, long after I the dirty, lumpy sorts would be packed hard by the same use. That's the kind these big Chintz and Sateen covered Com- fortables are filled with. Marseilles Quilts are the tip-top adornment in you get one of the right sort. Half-made, poor-patterned, sleasy- backed ones are so much cheaper that the dealer must stay wide-awake to keep such rubbish, ont of stock. SILVERY FLAX, generous size, thick and spoage-Kke. That's the wonderful 25 cent Hnck-a-back Towel we've told of many a time before. Perhaps a hundred styles of other Tow- els equally as cheap and serviceable. Numerous peerless patterns in Damasks are awaiting you like ripe peaches, almost luscious in their rare richness and sat- iny mellowness. This is the season for these exquisite goods, and we shall make them lively by putting prices at low rates. E make the start of December very agreeable to buyers of certain goods. A stock of just the Furs that women will be wanting for wear and for gifts have been price-pared as if frost and the 25th were a by-gone- In the quick-rush line are some of the rare trophies of which some said we could not maintain the supply. But our critics were in error. The Capes and Muffs and Boas are vanishing hourly, but your choice is among them, if you please. IF you knew how many hundreds of Women's Wraps we've passed out this season you'd marvel at the almost unbroke11 assortment today. Your exact size in nearly every style. Glove-fitting and phenomenal for the money's worth. Fur-Trimmed Jackets are the pride of the department. Buttoned up, when Boreas breathes, how delightfully comfort- able! Need more be written to arouse their interest in your Christmas thoughts? TOO little space for the people is the bane of the Holiday bus- iness in the Notion corner. All the room, possible is provided for visitors. The stock-is extended in every reasonable and convenient way, and yet counters and shelves are inadequate to accommodate the assembled attractions of Leather Goods, Per- fumes, Toilet Waters, Soaps, and various other articles gathered for the purpose of impressing the public with the general char- acter of the store, and the idea of cheapness it represents. NEWSPAPER! K. E. JOHN MORRIS. FRANK S. ELLIS. C ATLANTA, QEOROIA. N T E B B I R E o I, A. f B 1 O V E L .A. I 1 IP O w R v E b T J_J R P I P E A R B M L E f D T y 6 A M It S T S OFFICE, NO. S JMTD-, TAEDS, COBKEK FAIR STEEET AMD O.K. B. OUR METALLIC LATH! HAVE YOU USED IT? If not, you will find it adapted to all kinds of surfaces, the best form of Fire Proofing, most easily and cheaply ap- plied. Leading Architects specify it. Sample by mail. THE CINCINNATI CORRUGATING CO., PIQTJA, O, eept27-tf eat GEO. 3. BBOWN, President BABEESGTON J. KESG, Sec. and Treaa jjibu J.i, J. nj.3i.mjma THE BROWN I KING SUPPLY GOMP'NY n, yfttnnfaetnfflta and Dealere In MI Supplies, Machinery, Tools, WBOUGHT ISOtf PIPE, Fitting and Brass Goods. HEATING STOYES COAL, COKE OR WOOD Get our prices before purchasing. COAL VASES, Coal Hods, 25c. The finest and lowest priced line of Hardwood Mantels, Tiles and Grates, South. WE DEFY COMPETITION Do not fail to see our stock. A stock To select from. Gall and see us. Hunnicutt Bellingrath. sun tues tlins top col IS A- GUARANTEED SPECIFIC -_v. jrivsteriii. Dizziness, Con- cuccior. Fits, XervousXeu- HeatLiclie, Nervous caused b> the SSdbjoWjiemoii of the train, self-almse or tims one month's treatment. a box, or sjI boxes for S5. "J on recojpt of price. WE treatment
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