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WOOL ZEPHYR in all
the Popular Conors,
worth 7 i-2c. per oz.,
our price 3 3=4c.
ag : 300
Of floor space stacked in every available spot with new and up-to-date merchandise. It is an exposition within itself. Every Dry Goods House in this city combined
is not as large, and more than all, we have more Fine, Medium and Cheap Goods in every department, than all the other houses together. Another advantage we
have, is buying everything direct from first hands and the CASH a'ways pat I on receipt ot goods ; consequently we get extra discounts that small buyers could not.
That's the reason we can under-sell our competitors.
3.000 boxes of TALCUM
POWDER will go while
it Jasts? at 5c, box.
This is the foods which we ?ave
always been running at Wc.
BUT YOU MUST, MA'AM,"
Said the "Grand Old Man" to the Queen-and Victoria signed the
paper. We have no right to say that you must come for these advertised
goods, but we do say that no such values can be had-only over our counters.
They are, in fact, unsurpassed bargains. Strong claim, yet you'll find its as
true as strong.
B. WHITE & GO.
THESE ARE FACTS
. That're known to the majority of intelligent and observing men and
women within trading distance of Augusta. Be sure and visit us this week
and expect the best bargains to be had in the city. You'll not be disap
pointed. Every pjice quoted on this page stands for an EXCEPTIONAL
Pieces of Wide Taffeta Ribbons in ali the New Colors, worth 50c. yard, at !9c.
Yards of 10c, French Percales, full 36 inches wide, will go at 5c. per yard.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Styles right, lines never so large or so complete, fabrics superior in every way, prices
lower than the lowest elsewhere-rare productions, combinations and colorings not to be
found iii any other store in Augusta.
Double-width checked two-toned and brocaded Wool Dress Goods that sell everywhere
at 19c, will goat 15c. yard.
1,000 pieces of double width Wool Dress Goods, 36 to 42 inches wide, among them
you will find Tricots, Serges, Henrietta!, Plaid and Fancy Cheviots and many other new
weaves worth 39c. to 50c. a yard, will go at 25c.
All Wool Illuminated Tweeds, Silk and Wool fancy mixtures, French Serges, Bayadere,
Matelasse and many other new weaves in all the newest colorings, 36 to 42 inches wide,
worth 75c, yard, our price only 49 J.
100 pieces of 52 inch Ladies Cloth,, in alb the new shades at 79c, sallie"^
elsewhere at $1.00. , ?
Venetian Cloths, Melton^ettes, and C?jmels' Hair Cheviots, in all the prevailing colors,
worth $2.00 yard, at $1.25.
There s no place like White's for Silks. Investigate,
quality, beauty and lowest prices.
You'll find exclusiveness.
100 pieces of plain and changeable Taffeta Silks in all the up-to-date colorings at 59c,
yard, same goods sell .elsewhere at 75c.
75 pieces of 40c,-Brocaded Satins in all the new colors, will go at 24c. yard.
100 pieces of 85c. Striped Taffeta Silks cut to 55c, per yard. _
?ur 79c. Black Peau de Soie and Gros Grain Silks, are same as others want $1.00 for. .
Regular $ 1.75 Armure and Peau de Soie Black Silks will go at $1.39 per yard.
1,000 pieces of Straped, Brocaded and Ombra effect Taffeta and Merveilleaux Fancy
Silks, no two pieces alike, worth $1.25 per yard, will go at 95c.
XJJN: X> JD ? W IDA JS.
Dry Goods 1 . ep?rtment.
Ladies' "Ribbed Under Vests at 15c, that arc worth 25c.
Ladies' Regular 40c, Ribbed Under Vests at 2.">c.
Ladies1 Fleece Lined Stockingnet Under Vest, worth 75c, at 45c.
Ladies' Regular 81.2? "Wool Under Vest, will go at 89c
Ladies' $2.00 Wcol Union Suits for 81.43.
Men's Under Shirts at 12 l-2c. each.
Men's 40c. Under Shirts for 35c.
Men's 75c. Fleece Lined Under Shirts will go at '?Oe.
Men's S5c, Ribbed Under Shirts for 49c.
Men's $2.50 Wool Under Shirts for S1.4D.
Men's 81.50 Wool Under Shirts for 99c.
Children's Cotton a:id Wool Under Shirts, from 15c, to 50c.
BLACK OHJESSS GOODS
50 pieces of 38 inch Black Cr?pons, worth 50c. yard, as a flyer for 25c.
S3.00 yard Black Cr?pons reduced to $1.98, too many for thc town in our store,
consequently wc are compelled to sacrifice.
Black Cr?pons at 99e., that others want SI.50 for.
Black Cr?pons at SI.25 that others arc asking S1.75 for.
85c. Black Silk Finished Henrietta, 38 inches wide, will go at 50c yard.
Black Storm Serges at 25c, 35c, 50c, 05c, and 75c, that are 40 per cent, less than
others can sell them.
.Ve have everything thal is new and up-to-date in Black Dress Goods, from 10c, to
S3.00 per yard.
Coms and Sec Our Slock, No Charge to show Goods.
Blankets & Comfortable?
Heavy Cotton Blankets, worth S5c, at 49c. pair.
Regular SI.25 extra heavy Cotton Blankets, will go at 85c pair.
S2.50 Half Wool Blankets will go as a flyer at 81.71 pair. .
Wool Blankets, worth 83.50, on the Bargain Counter nt 81.85.
California Blankets worth 88.00, at 84.88.
Regular 85.50 Wool Blankets.for 83.49 per pair.
Comfortables at 50c, G9c, 85c, 81.00 and up to the linest, that are 25 per cent,
lower than others ask.
Job lot of regular 5c, Soap to close at lc. per cake.
Cuticura only 19c, Lana Oil Buttermilk 5c; Colgate Cashmere Bouquet 12 l-2c;
Xo. 4711 only 12 l-2c; Bears' Scented 15c; Pears' Unscented 10c; Pears'Otto
Rose 39c; Woodbury's Facial 15c; Brown Windsor 2 l-2c.
Heavy Unbleached Homespun at 2 l-2c per yard, cost you 5c.
Alpine Rose Bleaching only only 8 7-Sc. per yard, price else
where 12 l-2c.
Pride of thc West Bleaching will go at S 7-Se. per yard, price
elsewhere 12 l-2c.
Fruit of the Loom Bleaching, 3G inches wide, will go at 5 7-8c.
Xo Xamc Bleaching 4 7-Sc. per yard.
Lonsdale Cambric S l-2c. per yard.
XXX Wamsutta Bleaching. oG inches wide, at <? l-4c. yard,
Checked Homespun at 3 l-2c, that others ask 5c. for.
White Wool Flannel at 24c yard that sells elsewhere at 35c.
Red Twilled Wool Flannel at 15c, that others try lo gel 25c.
Red Twilled Wool Flannel, worth 40c yard, cut to 25c
Single Width Twilled Plaid Dress Goods at
former price 8c.
Outing Flannels, worth Sc., will go at 4 l-2c. yard.
Printed Napped Colton Dress Goods, worth 12 l-2c, and 15c,
yard, cut to S 7-8c
Large Bleached Huck Towels, worth 10c, will go at oe.
Regular 5c. Cotton Towels on the floor at 2 l-2c
Men'?; 10c. Seamless Socks, cul to 5c pair.
Ladies 10c Fast Black Hose at 5c. pair.
Good Panis, Jeans, at 7 l-2c, G l-2c, 12 l-2c, 15c, and 25c.
These prices arc 40 per cent, under regular value.
Men's Jean Pants at 39c, that would cost you 65c. elsewhere.
Good Ticking at 5c, G l-4c, 7 l-2c. and 10c. yard; impossible
to match them.
Lead Pencils, worth 25c, doz., with rubber ends, will goat 10c,
50c Ornamented Velvet Belts, will go at 24c.
Silk Windsor Tics in Stripes, Plaid and Plain Colors, worth 35c,
will go at 19c
Hair Pins at 2 l-2c per box, former price 5c.
10c, Tooth Brushes reduced lo 5c.
15c, and 20c, Tooth Brushes cut to 10c.
25c, Hair Brushes will go at 10c. each. .
10c, Dressing Comb at 5c,
20c, Dressing Combs for 10c.
40c, and 50c, Smoking Pipes as a flyer at 15c.
5c, Writing Tablets for 2 l-2c.
10c, Ulster Linen Tablets for 5c. .
15c, Lox of Paper and Envelopes for 5c.
BARGAINS HEBE ANO THERE.
Winter Calicoes at 2 l-2c, per yard, price elsewhere 5c.
Canton Flannel at 5c. yard thal sells elsewhere at 8c.
Canton Flannel at 7 l-2c yard that sells elsewhere at 10c.
Entire Slock of Japanese Tinseled Draperies, Silkalinc and Fancy
Scrims, worth 15c, to 25c. yard, cut to 9 7-Sc.
35c, Linen Huck and Damask Towels will go at 19c.
Linen Towels, worth 19c, will go al 10c
S5c, Honey Comb Bread Spreads will go at 49c .
Extra Heavy 81.50 Bed Spreads will go at 99c.
Satin, Damask aud Marseilles Bcd Spreads, worth 83.50, will go
82.50 Marseilles Bed Spreads will go at 81.39.
A Week of exclusiveness in our Cloak Parlors-generous assortment of high class Autumn Apparel for Women and Misses-Fashion's best conceits, the worlds choicest products,
faultless as to style, perfect as to workmanship, satisfactory as to price. No economical woman will buy without seeing our Stock. We have Capes and Jackets from 50c, up to
$60.00. Misses' Ready Made All Wool Flannel Suits at $4.25, sizes 14 to iS years, that are worth $8.oo.- Ladies' Suits from $7.50 to $16.50. Skirts from gi.00 to $12.00 and
Fur Collarettes and Shoulder Capes from $1.85 to $50.
We have manv beautiful stvles and colorings to snow, in tl?e standard make <>f Carpetings .-ind
Curtains, which were purchased at a ispeeinl tale. There is a large varie y or patterns in thiH lot,
but the quam Hy of each pattern is lim ted. If you conten plate buying Carpels or Curtains this season
see these as soon as poss.ble, a? this is au exceptional opportunlty-to procure a ^re.ii bargain.
A. I^KW J?RI<^I2?:
300 Ro'Is of New Brussels Carper, worth S1.00. Sale Price 74c.
200 Rolls 90c. Brussels Carpets cut to 64c. yard.
400 Rolls "oe. Brussels Carpets cut to 49c yard
$3.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains Cut to $1.49 per pair.
$6.00 Irish Point Lace Curtains cut to $3.49 44
$7.03 Rennaiuce Lace Curtains cut to $3-99 "
IMMENSE VARIETY OF
. ITIIN^E: FURNITURE,
Kow on Exhibition, at pries LOWER than sam: goods can be bought in New York City
250 pairs Ladies' Kid Bull?n, soma Welted
Soles and scms turns. Were $3,00 and
$3.50, broken sizes will go at
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES AT $1.25
Are as good as others ask $2.00 For.
Immense Variety Fine and Cheap TRUNKS at prices 35 per cent lowsr than others
Fall and Winter Suits.
All-Wool Cheviots, Cassimeres and Worsteds-blacks, blues, Oxfords and hundreds o? new, rich
patterns. Every snit elegantly tailored and strictly high grade Under oidinary circumstances
these, suits would cost ?10.-00 and $15.00, For this grea-. opening sale ?7.50 and ?10.00.
:-T?ie finished imported Fabrics-Sacks and Frocks, Silk, Satin and Serge Lined, Doub'e-Ereasted
SackSj yoi plain and rough-faced Cheviots, some with silk facings; hundreds of neat Worsted patterns.
In Xadfc 'a, dazzling collection. Tailors charge ?2C- to ?35 for identical garments. For this groat
opening"sale S12.50 and $14.50.
Hundreds of Fine Sui's worth 510 to $12, will go for S7.50.
English Clay Frock Coats and Ves's, worth S15, will po for $9.00.
Hundreds of Bicycle Suits, worth S5.C0, will, pro for $3.25.
Hundres of Boys' School Suits, worth $3.50 to* $5, will KO a'. $3.50.
Young Meu's High Grade Suits, worth S8.0O. -will go ut SC.50.
Hundreds of Single and Double-Breasted Silk ana Silk Mixed Yosts, worth s-".GO to sc.oo, will
go for $2.-40.
Reefer Suits, Vestee Suits and Tailor Suits, ages 3 to 10 years, at SI 50, S2.00 and $2.50.
Boys' Doublc-B reas ted Short Pant School Suits, agos 8 to 1(3 years, at Sl.50, $2, $2.50, $3 and $3 50
1,000 pairs Boys' odd Knee Pants, All Wool, many Doublo Scat and Knee, at 50c. Ot'.iers
want 75c. for same goods.
O MATTER WHAT PRICES ARE QUOTED YOU, WE WILL ALWAYS BE LOWER