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«**» BIRMINGHAM STATE HERALD.
VOLUME 22^ BIRMINGHAM, ALA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2i>, 1835—TWENTY PAGES. NUMBER 43. LOVCIV;AN, JOSEPH & LOEB, rJTlie Busiest Store in Birmingham. — ■11,111 —————————^—————____—— A “Before Inventory” Clearing Sale in All Stocks \ We will be ready in a day or two to count up stock; before that time every unloaded department must get rid of a sufficient quantity of goods to invoice at the right figures. We notice quite a few of our departments that have surplus stocks. The price-cutter goes to ivork. The bargain-hunter rejoices. Tomorrow we offer the following and many other selected specimens of good merchandise at values that tell their whole story. How many shrewd shoppers will come at once ? SECOND FLOOR. UNDERWEAR. Ladies’ and Children’s. The past season has left large stocks of Underwear on our shelves. We are determined not to carry any over and are making the following great reductions. Cold weather is just coming on. This will give you a chance to save money : 14c. Ladies’ Vests, heavy cotton, two ribbed, marked to sell for 19c. 50c. Ladies’ Vests, heavy wool and cotton mixed, in three differ ent styles, white or gray, marked to sell for 75c. 50c. Ladies’ Pants, to match above, marked to sell for 75c. 83c. Ladies’ Vests, in four different styles, white or gray, mark ed to sell for $1. 39c. Ladies’ Merino Vests or Pants, heavy weight, value 50c. 73c. Ladies’ woolen Vests or Pants, white only, flat woven, all sizes, marked to sell for $1. • 93c. LaJies’ Scarlet Vests or Pants, all wool, in all sizes, marked to sell lor 75c. 79c. Ladies’ Scarlet Vests or Pants, better grade of wool, all sizes, marked to sell for $1. Ladies’ and Children’s Union Suits, Children’s Vests and Fants, Infants’ Vests and Wrappers in great variety, we will sell at similar reductions. SECOND FLOOR. Millinery. Special After-Christmas Bargains. To close out—Black, navy blue and brown felt Sailor Hats, only 50C. To close out—50 different fancy felt shapes, $1 to $2.50 values, only 60c. To close out—Every trimmed Hat in stock for just half the price marked. FIRST FLOOR. DRESS GOODS. Colored Taffeta Silks, in figured or striped, two toned, ”70c' sold at 98c; sell now for./ - Black Silks, with colored figures or striped, change able effects, sold for $1.25; sell now for . Three-toned Taffeta Silks (all silk), sold at $1.98; d>| Af') Black figured Taffeta Silks, 21 inches wide, worth 79c, at 69c. Black figured Taffeta Silks, 24 inches wide, worth $1, 85c. All-wool 36-inch Serge, all shades, worth 35c, at 29c. 40-inch Cat’s-eye Weaves, popu'a(r coloring, worth 49c, S9C. 36-inch fancy Covert Cloth, worth 35c, at 27 1 2c. J Black or navy blue Serge, rough effects, 45 inches wide, worth 75c at 66c. rJ K Good Blanket News. 1_ . MONDAY we will start selling the balance of this season’s Blankets at the following prices—not a word about their cheap ness of quality; you are the best judge: 10- 4 woolen Blankets, to close out,.$1-75 11- 4 woolen Blankets, blue or red border, to close out, $2.98 11-4 woolen Blankets, different borders, to close out, $3.48 10- 4 all-woolen Blankets, different borders, to close out, $4 25 11- 4 and 12-4 all-wool California Blankets, silk bound, in pink, red, blue and yellow borders, to close out, $7.98 Similar reductions in any Comfort you may choose. Cotton Dress Goods. FOR MONDAY ONLY. 08c Jk. SUIT . . . 25 different designs in dark colored Outings, 10 yards to a suit. 78c Jk. SUIT . . . 30 different designs of Cotton Serges, double-width, all in dark colors, 10 yards a suit. 4 l-2<?—Apron Check Gingfcaifs. @ l-2c—Cabot 4-4 Domestic^ bleached. SOc—Best 10-4 bleached Sheeting, 25c value, less than cost price. » . . . FOR MONDAY ONLY . . . THIRD FLOOR. ** CLOAKS ! CLOAKS! CLOAKS! See the display in our show window. Now is your chance to get extraordinary bar gains. Here are some of the prices : #3.98. Black heavy beaver 6-button Reefer Jackets, with large sleeves and ripple back, reduced from $5 98. #£*.08. Black heavy beaver 6-button Reefer Jackets, velvet collar, full sleeve, former price $7.98. #5.98. Tan kersey 4-button Reefer, mandolin sleeve, ripple back, sold lor $8.98. #0.08. Black and blue cheviot, boucle effect, 4-button Reefer, mandolin sleeve aid full ripple back, worth $8.98. #7.08. Tan extra fine English lcersey double-breasted 4-button Reefer, full mandolin sleeve and ripple back, reduced from $12 98. Black, blue and brown boucle Astrakan double-breasted 4-button Reefer, mandolin sleeve and ripple back, marked down from $12.98. #9.48. Black and blue real fine English kersey double-breasted smoked-pearl 4-button Reefer, mandolin sleeve, full ripple back, reduced from $14.60. #11.50. Black and blue Persian cloth 4-button Reefer, half silk lined, made in the very latest style, reduced from $18. #19.98. To close out all of our fine Jackets from $25 to $35, choice $19.98. #1.08. Extra heavy Beaver Double Cape, trimmed in silk braid, worth $2.60. Gents’ Furnishings. 49c—Men’s heavy ribbed Balbriggan Shirts or Drawers, regular price 75c. 74c—Men’s all-wool Undershirts or Drawers, full fin finished, regular price $1. 25c—Men’s all-wool Half Hose, natural and tan colors, regular price 35c. 49c—Boys’ Knee Pants, all wool, sizes 4 to 14, sold before for 75c. #1.40—Boys’ School Suits, double-breasted coat, in different colors, sold before for $2. #2—Elegant heavy woolen Lap Robes, full size, cheap st $3* #4.50 —Beautiful heavy reversible woolen Lap Robes, formerly $6. LOVEMAN, JOSEPH & LOEB, The Busiest Store in Birmingham. _ . -T’ — -