The following list of unmatchable bar
gains will be on sale early Monday morn
ing; they are all new and choice in ever?
respect and as season openers they are
sure to attract a large crowd:
In black and all colors, 86 inches wide,
pure wool, both warp and weft, fine twill
and lustrous finish,
AT 21c yard
18 different colors, pure silk face, close
pile, linen back, can be had also in light
blue and cream,
• . AT 21c YARD
Imported, 40 inches, twilled, fine Mo
hair wool, all the Clans, Stewarts and
Gordons; all the Macs, Shepheard and
AT 25c YARD
30-inch fine serge wool, small checks,
in light, medium and dark colors., stylish
and wears well,
AT 15c YARD
38 different styles and colorings, all
silk Surah and Glace, two and three tone
changeable effecs in stripes, figures and
AT 50c YARD
100 Ladies’ and Gents’ all-silk black
Umbrellas, 26-inch only, eight differ
ent styles of handle,
10 pieces 52-inch all-wool Flannels,
broad-cloth finish, all colors,
AT 29c YARD
100 pieces double-width Cashmeres and
changeable Brocades, in a wide assort
ment of colors,
AT 10c YARD
100 dozen pure silk dye Crochet Silks,
standard quality and full size ball, every
AT 10c BALL
We have all prices of Jets, but here is
a lot of choice goods in narrow and
AT 5c YARD
150 pairs of 10-4 Pepperrell Sheets, one
and two-inch hem, made in very best
200 pairs of full 10-4 White Cotton
Blankets; handsome borders, wieghs 3 1-2
FOR 75c PAIR
A full sized standard weight white
Bed Spread worth 81,
Cotton States and International Exposition,
ATLANTA/ CA. 3
Opens September 18, Closes December 31, 1895.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY,
■. ■ .
Washington, D. C., September 14, 1895.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to give notice that beginning September 18, 1895, and continuing until Janu
ary 8, 1896, unless otherwise advised, ALL BAGGAGE CHECKED TO ATLANTA, GA., by or
via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY will be delivered at Mitchell Street Station, Atlanta, and all
Baggage checked from Atlanta by the Southern Railway will be received at and forwarded
from the Union Passenger Station, Atlanta, Ga.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Gen’l. Pass- Agent.
Within the past sixty days nearly every line of Merchandise represented in the Dry Goods Trade has mate
rially advanced in price. There has seldom been greater activity displayed in all branches of the business,
and in many lines the prices will go still higher. Early in May and June, when prices were at their lowest, we
commenced buying the more staple requirements for our Fall Stock, and by doing so we have saved ourselves
from having to pay these advances, and as a consequence we are in apposition to offer our customers all the
benefits of these happy chances. We advise buying now, for we know whereof we speak when we say that
there is not an item in this advertisement but what you will have to pay more for when these goods are sold out.
Black Dress Goods.
It was impossible to tell all that should
be told about this stock. It includes so
many styles, qualities and weaves that
have only mi do their appearance this
season. Let us first glance at the Mo
hair family. What a range of style and
quality they include!
Plain Mohairs, 25, 39, 50 and 75c.
Brocade Mohairs, 25, 38 and 49c.
Silk figured Mohairs, 75, 89 and $1.25.
Then there are Crepons, Seraes, Hen
riettas, Cheviots, Silk Warps, Cashmeres,
Berbers, Storm Serges, Rain proof Ser
ges and a host of other weaves ia all
Crepons 50, 75 and 89c.
Serges 25, 39, 50, 75 and $1.25.
Henriettas 25, 39, 50, 75 and sl.
Berbers, all-wool, satin figures, 50c.
Cheviots, excellent weight, 29c up.
Broadcloths, twilled backs, 75 and 93c.
Not to mention the half wool goods
that begin and end something like this:
Double width Cashmeres 10c.
Double width Brocades 10c.
36-inch Cashmeres at 15 and 19c.
36-inch Brocades at 15 and 250.
46-inch Henriettas at 25c a yard.
Colored Dress Goods
Here is a partial list of new things.
Novelty Dress Goods.
In Silk and Mohair mixtures, beautiful
shaded effects in all the newest combina
tion colors, 50 and 75c sl, $1,25 and
$1.50 per yard.
Then we show an excellent line of do
mestic manufacture made in imitation ol
the best foreign styles at 19, 25 and 35c.
The plain weaves of all wool colored
Dress Stuffs include
Serges at 25, 89, 50 and 75c.
Cashmeres at 25,39 and 50c.
Broadcloths at 75 and 98c.
Ladies’ Cloths at 25, 39 and 50c.
We should not forget that Chevoits,
Tweeds and rough-faced goods are to be
very much In evidence a little later in
the season, and it may be well to buy
this class now, as they are going to be
scarce In choice colorings. The prices
are 25,39 and 50c.
THrf COMMERCIAL: ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
TAYLOR & GALPHIN.
Every color, every style, make and
price can be fou.nd In this stock.
All-silk changeables, 50, 75,89 and 9Sc.
Black Brocaded Satins, 50, 89 and 98c.
Black Satin Duchess 50, 75, and $1.50
Black and colored Failles, Crystals,
Bengalines, Merveleux and fancies of all
descriptions at lowest market price.
Black and White.
Silks in pin stripes, dots and checks in
all-silk qualities from 50c to $1 25 yard.
We are showing a complete stock of
Silk Velvets in colors and black from 25c
up to $1.50 yard.
A line of novelty three-tone pin stripe
Silk Velvets at
Black at 25, 39 and 50c.
Colors in silk finish at 40c.
Braids and Gimps.
Jets will be used to edge velvet points.
Ve are showing a very extensive line of
narrow jet edges and insertions from
sc. to 50c.
Silk and Jet point collajs, loops and
bands; Button Sets in Pearl and Jet; Jet
md Pearl Buttons in large and small
sizes; also full lines of wide and narrow
plain and Soutache Braids.
Our stock of black and colored Satin
,Ud Velvet Ribbons is now complete,
and patrons can still buy at old prices,
although there has been a material ad
vance in the price of these goods.
Lining, ‘ .
Good linings only, at prices you can
not get elsewhere:
Skirt linings, 4c; Silesia, 10c; grass
cloth* 10c; genuine hair cloth, 49c; imi
tation hair cloth, Bc.
OUR FALL STOCK.
10 pieces of 68-inch grass bleached
double satin Damasks,
AT 50c YARD.
10 pieces genuine turkey red Damasks,
AT 190 YARD.
25 dozen extra quality pure linen Huck
and Damask Towels with fringe, knot
ted fringe and hemstitched borders.'
AT 15c EACH.
1,000 yards of Roller Crash at 3jc yd.
One case of soft finish bleached Mus
lin, worth file,
One bale of very fine smoot. Sea Is
One case 10-4 bleached and unbleached
Sheetings, worth 20c,
AT 15c YARD.
3 yards long at 50c pair.
3.J yards long at 75c to $2.50 pair.
With guarantee Spring Rollers madeof
fine glazed Hollands,
250 SetS Curtaih Poles in oak and
cherry now in, complete with trimmings,
One case of new dark standard ging
hams in choice designs and colors, worth
AT 5c YARD.
The new illuminated and printed Cro
pons—they look like silk—others ask
AT 10c YARD.
One case of dark stripe outing Flan
uolfi, heavy cloth,
. AT 5c YARD.
New Percales in black and white, navy
and white stripes and figures,
Flannels and Blankets
White Wool Flannel 15, 20. 25 and 35c.
Red Wool Flannel 15, 20. 25 and .35c.
Gray Wool Flannel 10, 15, 20 and 25c.
Cotton Flannels 5, 64, 8, 10 and 15c.
10 4 White Cotton Blankets 75c and $1
10-4 and 11-4 Wool Blankets, $1 25 up.
Special value in a strictly all wool
white heavy Blanket, worth $3.50,
AT $2.08 PAIR
Buttermilk Soap 5o cake.
Leather Skirt Binding So yard.
Velveteen Skirt Binding 80.
Wha’ebones 5o dozen up.
Hooks and Eyes 1c dozen up.
Spool Silk 5c and 8c spool.
Spool Cotton, three spools for 100.
Boys’ all-silk Plaid Windsors 150.
Men’s extra good laundered Shirts 50c.
Gents Unlaundorcd Shirts 830.
Gents’ White Merino Vests 25c.
Closing out Gents’ Summer Vests at 15c j
Gents’ Siix Umbrellas at 75c and 980.
New stock Gents’ Neckwear.
Wo will open up next week all the naw
things in Ladies’ Silk and Wool Waists—
the prices will run from $1.98 to $5.
Ladies’ Laundered Shirtwaists at SOo.
100 dozen ladies’ best quality Calico
Wrappers in Indigo and dark grounds;
also black with white, made right and
and full sweep and sized.
A »ix lot io. They
sell very fast because we
sell them cheaper than
any other house.
Navy Blue Serge, unlin
ed, 98 cents.
Black Cashmere, lined
and piped back, at *l9B
Black Figured Mohair
1 Skirts, all lined, at etitlen*
I ed hackn and 'faced, from
A $l9B to SI.OO.
4 All wool Serge (Skirts
FJ SEE US ON SKIRTS.
Dress Goods can be bought hero in
double width qualities in plain colors or
changeable effects at 10, 15, 19 and 25c.
We never displayed a better assort
ment of these goods than now.
Capes and Jackets.
You would think it the middle of win
ter if you were in our cloak department.
Heaps of new Capes and new Jackets,
all put and trimmed in the latest fash
ion. Length sweep everything just as
La Mode says it should be an opener.
Ladies’ all-wool black Cheviot double
Capes, satin band and five rows of stitch
ing around collar and cape,
Ladies' seal plush Capes, fur trimmed
silk lined, 110 Inch sweep. They will be
AT $5 EACH
Ladies' fine black Astrakhan Jackets,
silk lined, largo pearl buttons, double
breasted, ’tis the latest; others Say $25 —
we pass them to you
AT $12.50 EACH
Do you want the best hats in the world
for the least money? You do. We’ve got
them. Dunlap's and Youman’s latest
blocks. Instead of $5 we say
$2 50 EACH
Men’s finest French mixed fur Alpines,
latest shapes. Instead of $4 we say,
Men's fine Black or Brown Alpines,
latest shapes. You would say $2 if left
to name the price. We say take them
AT 08c. EACH
Boys’ navy Yb ht Caps, fine cloth,
nicely trimmed, 50c value,
AT 250. EACH
Boys’ Black or Brown Crush Hats, 50c
AT 39c. EACH
This week we begin a now fail season,
Strikes and higher priced raw material
have made the cost of clothing a little
more than It has been for the past two
seasons, but we placed outgorders early,
and will bo able to offer early buyers the
beat the market affords at extraordinary
I Jleu’s finest Imported'Worsted Suita,
such as the usual clothier sells for $25,
you find here
AT sls A SUIT
Wc make this line our leader this sea
son. Any cut, any size, Clay Worsted,
fancy weaves, cheviots, all pure fine wool
warranted to give satisfaction or your
money back, and only
$lO A SUIT
Men’s fine tailor made Cassimero
pants, now fall colors, correctly cut and
finished. Others have them at $3. A
big pile hero
AT $2 A PAUL
50c Overalls, made of nine ounce blue
denims, apron fronts or plain pants,
jackets to match. You find them else
where, but the price is sl. Here you got '
500 A GARMENT
We have hard work this season mak
ing shoe tcnntifncturer. deliver the largo
orders wc placed for staple shoes last
May, but most of them are coming to
Sion's lino Calf Goodyear welt Shoes,
bal or congress, any new style. Every
$3 A PAIR,
Ladies' finest Vlcl Kid Gordyoar welt
and band turned Button Shoes, $3 value,
$1.98 A PAIR.
Misses’ genuine Dongola A. S. T. tip
Button Shoes, the best school shoo on
$1.25 A PAIR