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, ESTABLISHED tBSO. 1
'( J. H. ESTILL, Editor and Proprietor. (
Largest Dry Goods House South.
V” of( in i
Clearing Sale
OF
KotMng But “Perfect Slaughter”
will describe what we are going
to do with the prices of
DRESS GOODS This Week.
READ, READ
NUN'S VEILING 31c. A YARD.
3 cases 32-inch NUN'S VEILING, in all the
newest shades, at B%e.
Buntings & Canvas Cloth sc. Yard.
ISO pieces BROCADED BUNTING and PLAIN
CANVAS CLOTH, in 25 different shade,;, at 5c.;
good value tor and sold nowhere less than 10c.
ted 12V$c.
Imported Dress Goods 124 c. Yard
Over 50 different styles of IMPORTED DRESS
300DS at lSVic., reduced from 20c.
Grand Offering at 25c. a Yard.
1 lot Double Width CASHMERES, DIAGO
NALS and GRAY MIXED DRESS GOODS at
Ke. per yard; positively worth 40c.
AT 50c. A YARD
5P will offer the best value in 40-inch ALL
lOOL DRESS: never shown liefore hiss than 7.5 c
35 PER CENT. REDUCTION
3n our entire stock of FINE WOOL DRESS
300D8.
11I1IIT !
Combination Suits
60c. ON THE DOLLAR.
note the fou. owing:
£"!* ,h at were *ls, now.. ....*lO
• "‘ln thut n’eiu ]H, now 12
l hat were 25, now. 15
suit* that were HO, now 18
All mayor's Hosiery and
‘i:uidkerch!ef Department
r) fler unparalleled Bargains
'bis week. The constant
“trcam of purchasers visiting
'hose departments e nibbles
'hem to have new goods daily.
All new and desirable goods
' V| H be always found ou those
\ counters. The attractions this
' v,,,, k will be immense. j
orders rccelvo careful and prompt!
•tleution.
A. R. ALTMAYER & CO.
Wat
M Dress Ms.
REMEMBER!
5Ve have in stock a full line of PRIESTLEY'S
CELEBRATED ALL WOOL and SILK and
WOOL MOURNING DRESS GOODS at the low
est prices.
ALSO
A superb stock of BLACK and WHITE HAIR
LINE STRIPES and CHECKS in light weight
All Wool Fabrics suitable for second mourning.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS
At 50c\, 65c. and Asc. a yard in ALL WOOL
BLACK DPiESS GOODS; reduced from7oc., 85c.
and 3! 25.
SILKS!
WE HAVE DECIDED
That our entire stock of FANCY SUMMER
SILKS, SURAH SILKS, INDIA SILKS,
BLACK and COLORED SATIN RHADAMES and
BLACK and COLORED UROS GRAIN SILKS
MUST BE CLEARED OUT,
AND AS A RESULT WILL OFFER DURING
THIS ENTIRE WEEK
MARVELOUS BARGAINS.
AT 45c. A YARD
We will soli one lot 24-inch PLAIN and TWO
TONED ALL SILK SURAH; worth at least 75c
AT 73c. A YARD
We will sell FANCY SILKS, SURAH and
GROS GRAIN SILKS, in all colors, that cannot
be matched anywhere less than sl.
GREAT REDUCTIONS
In BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS at 50c., 65c.,
75c., 85c., Si. $1 25, 81 50, $1 75 and up to the
tinest grades made.
No such variety to lie seen in any other house
in this State.
In every case we beat New Y'ork prices.
Thousands of NOVELTIES IN SATINS AND
VELVET AND PLUSH EFFECTS.
Altmayer & Cos. will inau
gurate this week a special and
extraordinary sale of Ladies’
and Misses’ Ready-Made White
Embroidered Dresses, Wrap
pers and Dressing Sacques.
also Childrens’ Calico and
Seersucker Dresses. For
styles and prices see display
in show window. Misses’
Calico and Seersucker Dresses
at 25c., 35c. and 50c.
—of—
White Goods
—.■—
Recent Auction Sales.
28 CASES JUST OPENED.
In order to insure a speedy sale of this
vast stock we will offer them dur
ing this week as follows:
8 CAM'S White Check Nainsook at sJ^c.; sold
elsewhere for B^je.
5 cbm's Imported Satin Finish Check Nainsook
atlOc. and 13!4c.; never offered less than 15c.
and 90c.
y cases lace Check and Striped Nainsook at
25c.: ftcttiti! value 40c.
_ -
jgi*. ijf* 1 orders receive careful and prompt
SAVANNAH, GA., SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1887-TWELVE PAGES.
THIS WEEK
AVe Intend to Ho Up the Town
on
White Lawns
8 cases fine White Lawn, linen finish, at 5c.;
worth 10c.
5 cares fine Sheer India Linen Lawn at 10c.
and 12J,£c.; equal to anything sold elsewhere for
20c. and 25c.
SPECIAL.
5 cases fine India and Persian Lawn, worth
from 35c. to 50c.; we have made them into two
lots and will sell them at
20e. and 25c.
We have White Goods at any price you name.
We have almost every style and quality made.
All we want is for you to call and examine our
stock.
Altmayer & Cos. have just
effected the largest purchase
of Fans ever mad£ by any one
house in the South at an enor
mous sacrifice from actual cost,
which enables them to offer
Bargains which must be appre
ciated by all purchasers. The
stock comprises every con
ceivable style, color, shape
and quality, ranging in price
from sc. each up to $25.
ilitol Rotes.
ABOUT 200 LEFT.
Unsurpassed Bargains!
We have experience enough to know that a
low price, will always sell goods. We want those
goods sold, and will offer
75 White Embroidered Robes at $1 25 each;
sold last season at $2 25.
50 White Embroidered Robes at $2 50; honest
value for $4.
The remaining lot will be sold at 50c. on the
dollar.
ALTIAYER’S
in Departal
—is—
Boontinff with Bunak
u o
Ladies’ are constantly telling hr that they
never saw such bargains in their life as those we
have been giving.
THIS WEEK
We Will Give Surprising Bargains.
COME AND SEE THEM.
100 dozen Checked Linen and Huckaback Tow
els as 6)4c. each; never sold less than 10c.
ANOTHER 100 DOZEN
21x48 Damask ToweHi, knot fringe, fancy bor
der, at vfte.; worth S&j.
How Does This Strike You?
20 pieces Turkey Red Damask at 23c. a yard;
regularly sold for 35c.
2. pieces Bleached Double faced Barnsley
Damask at, 50c.; reduced from 7!ic.
Our Bleached Table Damask at 75c. and 81;
cannot be matched elsew here less than $1 and
$1 26.
A. R. ALTMAYER & CO.,
BROUGHUInIsr .V ..fgj I?t'LL STREETS.
HERE IS A STUNNER.
150 dozen White, Colored Border and Turkey
Red Doylies at 3S)c. a dozen; worth 65c.
Our Linen stock is three times ns large as any
other in the city, and our sales ten times as
large, and we always saw customers money.
100 dozen White Damask Doylies, 22 inches
square, at 99c. a dozen: we guarantee cannot be
matched elsewhere less than 81 50.
Marseilles Ills!
UNPARALLELED BARGAINS.
We have given many interesting bargains in
those goods, hut the following discount any
thing ever offered:
AT 75c. EACH,
2 cases heavy 12-4 White Crochet Quilts, Mar
seilles patterns; absolute value for sl.
• AT 90c. EACH,
1 case heavy 12-1 White Marseilles Quilts;
liositively worth $1 50.
AT $1 75 EACH,
50 handsome White Marseilles Quilts that can
not be matched elsewhere less.than 50.
Alt mayor’s Parasol Depart
ment gathers strength daily.)
because everything is found]
just as advertised, and the Bar-'
gains are better appreciated
after being thoroughly exam
ined at home than than they
are in the store. This week
they will display a fresh lot of
Novelties and continue the
work with Bargains that can
not Vie matched anywhere else.
See their Satin Coaching Para
sol in all shades at 75c.; Sold
elsewhere for $i 50.
He llin list Wins
HIST fALITY
—and—
LOWEST PRICE!
And the Stoutest Alliance of these is
Altar’s Ilium.
V • l'
Hid Largest and Most Complete
Slock in the South.
The Stock we are showing this season cannot
lie equalled by anv house aonth of New York In
BEAUTY, VARIETY AND ORIGINALITY OK
STYLES AND DESIGNS, and the Quality we
guarantee to he the liest
Quality is essential and will sometime* win
alone. LOW PRICES alone will never win in
the long run. THE TWO TOGETHER form an
iiTOslstable coalltioit and compose the basis for
the grand success of
ALTIAYER’S
Millinery
DEPARTMENT.
Wo have Everything You mav ask for in
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
Hats and Bonnets,
Flowers, Feathers,
AND
ALL KINDS OF MILLINERY GOODS.
The following items arc illustrative of the
Bargains we offer:
Ladles’ Black, White and Colored Canton Hats
at 21c. each.
Indies’ Black, White and Tan Milan Hats,
Fancy Edge. 33c each.
Misses’ and Children's Fine Trimmed Straw
Hats, 50c each and upwards.
Remember, we are headquarters for every
thing kept in a first-class Millinery Establish
ment.
STOP AND THINK BEFORE PURCHASING.
Wfierc can you get the latest styles?
Where can you get the largest variety?
Where can you get the best quality?
Where can you get the lowest prices?
\VIIV, CERT AINL Y,
AT
ALTMAYERS
SHOES.
Altmayer & Co.’s Shoe De
is by far the most
place in the city for
IppflPiocs. We offer this
WftiglpOO jmirs Ladies’ Kid,
f^nP>Ti° s , h‘ an< l sewed, at
&2gtaij[>rmer price $2. Spe
v'sSfisWfrtiiu week only. 125
Patent Leather
jSJfflfjjMkford Ties, Dongola
■jKßPljfi, genuine hand sewed,
7o; former price $3. The
prices which we quote to-day
in shoes, recollect, are for this
week only.
Jerseys
FOR THE
Thousands!
Grand Drives this Week.
100 dozen Indies’ Black Tailor made Jerseys
at 47c each; good value for 75c.
75 dozen lavdies’ Jersey*. Fancy Vests, Plaited
Back, at 75e.; original price 81 tO.
SPECIAL.
100 dozen Ladies’ Norfolk Jerseys at $3 50;
reduced from $5.
15 dozen Ladles' Beaded Jerseys at $3 50; reg
ular price $6.
Children's AU-wool Jerseys in all color*, at
95c.; worth $1 50.
SHOES.
ALTMAYER & CO. will, on MONDAY,
May 2nd, present to every customer purchasing
Shoes to the amount of $1 and over a Itotllc of
BIXBX'B ROYAL POLISH.
MONDAY will bo the Inauguration day of our
Great Bale of SHOES. Special price* will he
made for this week only.
THREE of the many bargains which we offer
this week will lie: Ladle*' Kid Button Shoes, all
solid leather, *llk worked button boles, $1 20:
worth 81 75.
LADIES' KID BUTTON SHOES $1 50: are
really worth $3.
LADIES’ FRENCH KID BUTTON SHOES,
|2; worth 8b
jay- Mail order receive careful and prompt
attention.
Gents’ fyriiisliiiij!
o
DEPARTMENT.
Overstocked Overstocked.
Our stark of (fonts’ Furnishing Goods is now
six times as large as ever it was before at this
season of the year, and as we must make room
at once for others we are just receiving, we
have decided on offering
Absolute and Unqualified Bar
' gains Tliis Week
Gents’ Lanndried and Unlaundried Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs, Scarfs, Half Hose
and Gauze Underwear.
The Following Arc Specialties:
200 dozen Gents’ Unlaundried Shirts, Warn
sutta Muslin, lteinforced I.inen Bosom and
Bands. Custom Made, at 18c.; reduced from 75c.
800 dozen Gents’ Unlaundried Bhirts, Best
Quality Muslin, lteinforced Back and Front,
Superior Finish, at 72e. and 82c.; reduced from
$1 and $1 10.
100 dozen Gents’ Lanndried Shirts. Custom
Made, Reinforced Linen Bosom and Bands, at
49c.; sold nowhere less than 75c.
dust What Is Needed for Old Gentlemen.
50 dozen Gents’Dress Shirts, Plaited Bosom,
Open Front, with Collar and Cuffs, at very low
prices.
'DRIVES IN HALF HOSE.
65 dozen (touts’ Lisle Thread Half Hose. In
Browns, Tans and Greys, at Bjc. each; reduced
from 35c. *
83 dozen Gents’ Fancy Lisle Thread Half Hose,
Seamless, at 25c.; regular price 40c.
50 dozen Gents’ Brown Balhrlggau Half Hose,
Seamless, at 22c.; actual value 35c.
DRIVES IN UNDERWEAR.
100 dozen Gents' India Gauze Shirts, Long
Sleeves, Finished Seams, at 23c.; sold last season
for 40c.
1 lot Heavy Balhriggan Undershirts, Trimmed
Seams, at 33c.; actual value 50c.
SILK NECKWEAR.
Our stock of Gents' and Boys’ Silk Ties at 25c.
cannot be matched anywhere less than 50c.
Gents, don't be deceived; we can show you a
larger variety of first class GENTS’ FURNISH
ING GOODS than any house in this city, and
we guarantee you a suvlng of from 25 to 35 per
cent, on all purchases.
BOYS’ WAISTS.
Interesting
100 dozen Boys' Cambric and Percale Waists
at 15c. and 25c.; good value for 80c. and 40c.
GLOVES AND MITTS.
Mr. Altmayer, who resides
in New York, has secured dur
ing tlie past week several lots
of Silk, Lisle Thread and Taf
feta Gloves and Silk Mitts'from
importers who need cash at
very low prices. During next
week the entire purchase will
he ottered at less than cost of
importation. Ladies’ should
make their selections early.
ALIM AY UR’S
Indie Ipirlucil
Has been the object, of the envy of || our com
ivl |tor*. Every effort on their part .o meet our
price* baa failed.
We retail Domestic Goods cheaper than some
houses can buy them In New York. What is tire
consequence?
Our Counters Are Continua’ly
Crowded from Morning Until
Night With Frugal
Purchasers.
I PRICE 910 A Y EAR. I
j 5 CE.VfS A COPY, f
Nome of This Week’s Attractions Will Be:
5 eases Printed lziwn, Linen Finish, at 'ijic.J
sold elsewhere for sc. and tic.
1 case Crinkled Seersucker at 5c.; actual value,
•3 cases Best tilandurd Calico at 5c.; sold els*
whore for He.
2 eases Yard-Wide Bleached Shirting at 6J.4C. ;
worth H^c.
1 cast' Celebrated Pride of the West Shirting
at 10c.
WASH DRESS GOODS.
*25 pieces India Crape Cloth in Light Shades,
with Stripes to Match, at 15c.
SATINES.
Special Reductions.
W<’ will CloMe Out 1 lot B#st Quality
American Satinrsat 10c.—sold all season at 15c.
as longs thpy Ihhl.
\Yf will continue tho sale of our Beautiful
Stock of Finest French Stttines. at 20c.; sold all
over for 35c.
SCRIM.
A Decided and Unapproachable Bargain.
59 pieces Double Width Madras Scrim atTVtc.}
sold last week at PJ^je.
J.ACE CURTAINS
At An Immense Sacrifice.
150 pairs Real Nottingham 1 -nee Curtains at
sl, Si 25 and $1 50; worth double.
65 pairs Very Handsome Scrim < ’urtalns $lO 50}
reduced from SIH.
ALTM AYER’S
BOYS’ CLOTHING.
Slaughter of the Innocents.
Commencing TO MORROW Morning wa
shall offer in our BOYS’ CLOTHING DEPART
MENT a series of UNPRECEDENTED mar.
GAINB meriting the attention of every Father
and Mother. Our stock Is by far the largeet In
the city, and we quote tho following as
SPECIAL LEADERS.
1 Lot Boys’ Cassimere Suits, well made neat
patterns, size 4 to 1.3 years, al sltiß; regular
price $2 50.
165 Boys’ Blouse Sailor Suits, in Blue, Blown
and Gray, size 3 to 12 years, atsl 15; worth $2 25.
1 Izit Boys’ All-wool Blouse Sailor Suita, size
3to I)4years, at $2 50; sold elsewhere for $4.
HERE IS A STUNNER.
1 lyOt Boys’ Kilt Suite, sizes 2 tos years, at 78c.
me h: worth double.
50 Boys’ Blflise Jersey Suits, all-wool, Blue or
Brown, size 4 to 12 years, ut $2 50; actually
worth $4.
125 Boys’ All-wool Cassimere Suits, plain or
plaited back, size 4to 12 years, at $3; cannot be
boat in this town for $4 50.
A full line of flue grade DRESS SUITS a
lowest prices.
Odd Fanis at 50c and 75c Each!
And 500 pairs Boys’ Cassimere Pants, 4 V* jtflix
years, at 50c. and 75c., worth $1 and $1 25.
BOYS’ STRAW HATS, f|
A Complete assortment at 25c., 3.5 c. and Ntjfciy
each.
ALTM AYER’S M
Embroidery k Lace Department
FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING.
Every merchant is anxious to sell Embroider
ies and leces, and if only remains for you to dm
clde where you can get the most foryour money.
We Deserve Your Patronage, Because
We Give the Most Perfect Styles!
We Have the Largest Variety!
Our Prices Are the Lowest!
On MONDAY we shall open with our stock of
F.nihrolderies and I.aces thoroughly replenished*
and shall offer
LEADING VALUES
. —IN— 1
Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries and
Flouncings; Also, Colored Embroideries
and Lace Flouneings, With All-
Overs lo Match.
An Immense Variety of LACES at Half
Last Year’s Price.
PARASOL COVERS at Greatly Re.
duced Prices.
RIBBONS.
This season being a Ribbon season, we wish t
say that our line in Styles and Shades is Urge*
that) ever before, OUR PRIt 'E3 POPULAR,
,\ * dt to this department will n pay you.
Altmayer’s Rushing and
Collar Sale which created such
a furor last week, will be con*
tinned this week with addi
tional attractions.
HT Mail orders receive careful and prompt
attention.

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