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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia rsr ting ave -a NY ols, ds. Stock ICK. E! THIS PAPER CONTAINS; 24 Pages. THE 4TLANTA CONSTITUTION. FIRST PART. Pages 1 to 12. rock 1 VOL. xxr. ATLANTA. GA., SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 189Q. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GOODS, CARPETS, NOTIONS. ETC. J. M. HIGH CO.'S X1EASTKR THIS FULL PAGE ADVERTISEMENT DOES NOT TELL HALF THE STORY OF THE FFEB -AND. EVERY DAY THIS WEEK I jj BUT IT "WILL CONVINCE ALL EXPERTS THAT WE ARE GOING TO MftKE LOW PRICES ftT THE START OF THE SEASON! Read It Carefully and Govern Yourselves Accordingly. L! 3, a d Dress Goods Department. Fancy Plaid Surah Silks. "Easter will soon be here, there is no reason frhy every lady should not have a New Spring for Easter. "We aro going to make it rery interesting for Dress Goods Seekers this Si i ek, 1W 1'ieces of All "Wool French 40 inch Hen- r., tta> nt 7ri pieces of Snrali Twills, very wide, -worth 15 at 50c. inch surgT3% in all the new shades. 3" i are being retailed elsewhere at 90c, our firji-p tuilv Goc. SCO Fine French Novelty Robes, by far the i.umKomest and richest collection to bo found In the Southern states, prices from S7.50 to oaeh. At vard we can show vou over 40 Froiuh Henrietta Cloths, full 4J> iw.ies ivide; other houses exact a yard foi them. Remem'ber, our price H 7oc. ia> pieces of French Light "Weight Screes, Afi inches wide. Theso goods wore imported In us and are a groat e at 75c. "Now Checks, New Stripes, New Plaids, Ken Robe-, Xew Our buyer still in Yoik, aud wo aro daily in receipt of Nov- ties 20 pieces, soinething now, stylish, pretty, econoiuicAl SI 11. fcl.50 iictual value Black Dress Silks. Actual count 213 pieces in stock. The most elegant hue of Black Silks brought to Atlanta. piece, every yard warranted, to wear. No linen, cotton cr jute in J. M. High Co 's Black Silks. black dross sil'cs offered at 73c. Si.25 bUck dioss silks offered at bJ.irk silk's offered at 98c. S1..W bi.n-k die-.s silks offered af 10. black dievs silks (.ffoiod 50 black (Uevs silks oiTeied al Special. >ards 40 inch Striped English Beiges, rlli L'5c, at I5c. 34 inch Plaid Mohair Suitings, eh goods, at 25c a yard. bbort lengths of Dress Goods will bo on Monday. A number o! them contain enough for a Dress Pattern. To Open Monday. 2 cases Fine English Henriettas at 25c a M. HIGH CO.'S Silk Department. Complete! Elegant! Refined! A full store within itself, where novel, nty- tish and haudaomo materials one only seen. parade no Imndful of cheap stuff to catch the unwary, nor do wo presume to imi- tate or copy from the dry goods school. Oar aim is oritfinalty m all things portaizimg to our mammoth business and BRAINS, PLUCK, ENERGY and TACT lias gathered together tiie following lines ol Black and Colored Which stand without a parallel in the south. The season is alive, come to see us. Colored Surah Silks. 219 or about yards at 3flc. value 60c. Solid Colored Tokia Silks. 82 pieces of those lovely, washable Silks at 60c. Actual value 81. Supereb Figured Benga- line Silks. 23 pieces, small lot, but lovely goods, at 59c. actual value 81.25. Solid Colored Shanghai Silks. 12S pieces confined to us aloue, all the new SI. SI.39 actual value Our Dress Goods De- partment is doing a won- derful business. We have been told so many times this season by Ladies that our Goods are the hand- somest in the city, that we believe it. we have known all along that our prices the lowest. Black and White Dress Silks. 13 pieces, something new and elegant, all offered at gl.iiS, actual value. Black Laces and Drapery Nets. A charming department. Interesting prices. 39 pieces opened last night. 1'nces Hover M) low, styles never so hand- Some. IJranery Nots in Van "Dvke and Tlibbon ef- fects, at SjOc. 31, M.25, 81.50, 81.75, up to 47.50. "XV e unhesitatingly say our stock in tone, taste, stylo and cheapness in prices stands f.ir ahead and any such department ex- hibited throughout the south.____________ Bis iob in Priestley's Indian Chevron also wool checks and side band hcin- st'tc'iod cffrrts. These goods are worth from SI to SI 75, will sell the lot this week at a yaid. Embroideries. Embroideries. For Confirmation Drosses. Onr stock com- prises every new uestgii from one inch to sixty lilt lies wide 24-uicli Mull Embroideries from 25c to a yard. '27-inch Mull Embroideries from 50c to S3 a janl. 'So-mcli Mull Embroideries for h.fants' Diiintv lien patterns. 45-iiH'h Mull Koiiibioidenod from 25c to Su.50 j.-rd. The storlc, the lowest prices. Our Shoe department has broken the backbone of monopoly in Ziegler's Shoes. We retail them at Factory Prices. "We make a great specialty of Bol- ton's, Gray's, Miller Ober's Shoes. "We con- sider them the best fitting and the best wearing. Figured China 83 pieces dark grounds, light figures "beau- actual value 81.39. Colored Dress Silk Fail- lies. 90 now pieces, eacli a new shade, handsome and durable 99c. actual value. Fancy Drapery SUks. S3 pieces ludift and Persian effect, to close actual vnlae 61.50. Our New York buyers are still in the market. Every day we open New Goods. We have the best facilities for buying. We are the only concern in Atlanta having in New York our own buyers. We cannot and will not be undersold. Black and Mourning Goods. This stock is now more complete than it ever has been in the history of our business. New goods have arrived every day last week. In- spect our stock and save money by buying irom us. 42-Inch BriJliontine, lovely quality, to g6 at 55c, worth 75c. Silk Warp Henrietta, Priestley's, at 87c, worth gl.15. 50-iuch Tyrol Sorgo, superb quality, at 43-inch silk finished Henrietta, regular SI quality, we created quite a stir with them at they are to go another week at the same price. All wool Albertine at solo elsewhere Here is a grand value: 59c for a beautiful quality in silk finish Tainiso. This is a big job; same goods sold before at 85c. An immense assortment in B. Co.'s celebrated all wool and silk warp fabrics. Three specials for this week: 43-inch Silfe Wurp Convent Cloth st 82Jo, WOor regular qTMllty Silk etta, just as a (pedal, W..BS for this woelt. Hamberg Embroideries. One Lot of Colored Embroideries to go Mon- day at Ic a yard. jards ITamberg Embroideries spec- ially cheap at 5c a yard. 401) pieces of Hambergs, worth 15c to 18c, at lOc. 800 pieces Hambergs, worth 20c to 25c, at 13c a yard. Laces, Laces. New VanDyke Laces, New- Smyrna Laces, New Black Laces, New Medici Laces, New Valencen- nes Laces. Be sure to see them. Great Values in Laces. yards Hand Made Torchon Laces, worth twice tho price, lOc a yard. yards Hand Made Medici and Torchon Laces, giaud drives at 15c a yard. Kid Gloves. "Will again sell tomorrow. Six-botton length undressed Mouaquetaires, worth small sizes only left, at 50c a pair. New shades in "Charmanl" Kids, new shatles in "Mfgnou" Kids. Linqn Bargains That are worthy of inspection. 40 pieces of Cream Satin Damask, full 65 inches wide, in a large rarioty of patterns. These are as good in every manner as we have been selling at 75c. As a leader for Monday, GOe a yard. At 85c a yard, one case Bleach Satin Dam- ask, Gti inches wide; goods worth The patterns are Shamrocfe, Rose and Fern, Queen's Household, Duke of Leinster, Coral, aud others. They ore the best Scotch goods, and are cheap. At 25c a dozen, a lot of Book Fold Napkins. At 25c yard, Turkey Red Damasks, war- ranted fast colors. At 25c yard, Ked Bordered Damasks, wortfe 40e. At yard, purr1 Linen Crashes. At lOc each, Tied Fringe Damask Towels. At each, 100 dozen all linen Huck Towels. Large size and good stock. Well worth 20c. At lOc each, 92 dozen Bath Towela, 20i36 inches, extra heavy, regular price 17c. At each, (X) dozen 21x46 inches, extra heavy Bath Towels, well worth 50c. Wash Dress Goods De- partment. Now opened with a complete stock. This department now occupies three times as much space as it did last year. French Satines. 300 pieces of the handsomest styles ever in Atlanta. Best made at 35c yd. French Ginghams. 225 pieces jiist opened, more to come. Bsot made, worth 40c at 2oc yd. Printed India Pongee. 3 cases just opened, all tho new ombre ef- fects. These are new goods, never otitbcfoie tins season. know you will like them. Price 20c yd. To Open Monday. 150 pieces fine American Satteona at 12'2c yd. Ac yard pieces fine Ginghams, some are as fine as the French. We think we have the very choicest styles tho market affords. At lite yard seven cases of the fine ique" G.nghams, they are worth At 8'c yard 10 cases Dress G-mguains. 5 jc 3 ard on Monday we offer Seecucker Ginghams that are worth lOc yard. At 5c yard will sell a few pieces of fine Chalhes that are worth 10 to yard. Second Floor Bargains. Curtain Poles with Brass Fixtures, made and put up, at 3'lc each. fine Curtain Polos, with Hammond Brass Fixtures, put up complete, at 73c each. pairs Manufacturer's Seconds Lace Curtains, slightly damaged nr soiled, at 98c pair; woith from S2.20 to In Fine Lace Curtains Wo can show you a great many beautiful things at pnco just about one-haU what you would have to pay elsewhere. Figured India Mull Drapery, at yard. New Chinese Drapery, at 2Oc. 330 pieces Lace Tied Thread Scrim, at 5c yard. 87 pairs Turcoman Cm-tains, with elegant Chenille Dados, at pair, worth 100 Lace Front Satteen Blouses, at 100 Striped Flannel Blouses, at 100 very flue Embroidered Cashmere Scarfs, at each. 50 Cashmere Shaw la, alt shades, worth 50, at S1.47. 120 Beaded Capes, at each. To open Monday, a few fine Lace Capos. They are very stylish. Accordeon Plaited Capes, in black, worth reduced to For Monday We offer one case twolre quvter White Quilts, very heavy, new patterns, at each. 250 Genuine Quilts, large size, worth 32.20, at Sl.JkT At each, a Marseilles Quitta that are worth pair, Stamped Pilhnr Sfcama, Muslin Underwear Department. Will offer Bargain Lots at 50c, 75c and each. 200 dozen Cambric Corset ers at 25c each. Corset Department. 59 shapes in Corsets. A full line of C. P. C. B. Corsets, Dr. Warner's, Ferns Corsets. All the popular brands of French Corsets. dozen genuine Fiench woven corsets at 7Jc pair. High's Pride, H the best 50c corset in tho irorld. Come and see it. Spring Underwear. 250 dozen ladies" swiss ribbed ladips' vests, embroidered yoke, worth 25c at lOc each. 120 dozen ladies' extra (jualtty swisi ribbed lisle thread, pink, blue and white at 16c each. Fine lisle thread ladies' Jersey ribbed ecrno, pmlt, blue and wlnto worth at _5c Ladies' silk Jersey ribbed third lot just received at C5e each. J. M. High Co. want your patronage. "We feel confident that we can offer you better value for your money, show you a greater assortment, and give you satisfaction every time. We will offer on Mon- day one case very fine Seersucker Ginghams, never before sold under ten cents yard, at five and three-quarter cents. Quan- tity limited. White Goods Department. Is daily opening new goods. The stock now contains a multitude of attractive bargains. Monday. yards Remnants Checked Nainsooks at yards Fine Stripe at 5c a yard. Extra Fine Lace Lawn at Tie a yard. At lOc a yard, yards Assorted Stripes and Plaida in fine goods, worth I5c. -s Handkerchief Department. Will offer Moaday 300 down Ladies Reversed Sheer Handkerchief at So each. Gents' Spring Underwear. Full cut balbriggan shirts at 25c each. Men's superfine French gauze shirts Men's English baibriggan shirts aud drawers 50c each. Men's imported fancy balbriggan shirts worth 53. Shirts. One lot Men's nnlaundried shirts, linen bosoms, good domestic, 28c fiach. Gente1 tine unlaundned shirts, made ef Xew York mills muslin, felled seains, reinforced front, French yoke, patent continuous bands, a regular Si shirt, at5oc each. Our 75c shirt has no equal. Look Here. dozen cents' four-ply all linen collars, hand worked button holes, worth 20c each, atOc. Gents' Neckwear. 275 dozen Men's fine Teek Scarfs, bonght at a big redaction. They are worth 40c, 50c and 65c, all to go Monday at 25c each. 250 dozen Men's Fonr-in-Hand Scarfs, new spring shades, at 25c each. Boys' Windsor Scarfa at lOc each. We exhaust no honor- able means, of laying be- fore the trading public a reliable class of goods at a less price than they can be had elsewhere. We avoid trash. ______ 200 dozen Misnes Plain and Rililxxl Hose, Black, warranted stainless or monc> icfuiidejl 25c. 100 dozen Gents' Double Heel and Toe Bah brigpanHalf Hose, full regular made, I5c 75 dozen French Krbbed Ijfg Half Hose, double Heel and Toe, 25c 50 dozen Onyx Dye Half Hose, Stainless, full regular made, medium weighs 25c. 50 dozen Gents' Black Lisle Thread Hose, high spliced heel, warranted fast colors. 40r. 50 dozen Gents'Black Oray and Tan Half Hose, double Hee! aud Toe, Weight, Me. We have opened, on ths second floor, several new tains, Upholstery, Shawls, Wraps, Blouses, Jerseys, Infants' Cloaks. It will pay you to examine them. Parasols and Silk Um- brellas. Onr first ahipments are now In. The assort- ment of fine cold, carved ivory, sterling siH er and silver and wood handles on the celebrated Puritan and ITmbria silks, is much larger than ever. Special for tomorrow: Ladies' Gloria umbrellas, with metal handles, at 2Wnch gold head, best Gloria silk tun- brellaa, worth at eacli. Spring Hosiery. 123 dozen Ladies' Fast Black Hose, fall ree- nlar double heel aud guaranteed stainless, 20c. 2M dozen M. High Fart Black Hose, 40 gauge, best value on earth tot 25c. 87 dozen Ladies Improved Onyx Hcce, high spliced hvet, 11O aorJn Ladies plain and KieheUea Bibbed Linte Thread Hone, warranted 50o. 60 dozen ladles Black silk Bow. 59e. 25 dozen Ladies Black Silk Hose, Royal guaranteed Hut colon, Tie. iNEWSPAFERr SHOES. Our spring stock of Footwear is now plete, it comprises the be.st of made goods made to our on n order. Tlnrc it no hhoe store in thecountrv that rarrf half the amount of stock we do. Wo buy cash and we ask no fancy prices. The Shot department is a separate and distinct fcaturf with us, vnder tlio management of Captain A, C. Snoed. it a trial once, guaranteed. Infant's bright dongola button shoes fiOc, Child's donjrola kid .button shoe, spring sizes M K, v.orih frl. Child's French dongol i Kid button Spring heel, sizes H to I0j S-l worth 31 Sizes 11 to 2, patent leulhertip worth 5tfc Ladies' custom mad J, pnce 51.85- Z teller Ladies' kid congress shoq sold for S3, onr ?2.25. Ziegler Bros. LadieV French Dnrt-ola Button Shoes. Common seu-e aiid and toe, width B toJE, for our J2.25. Z'tgler Bros. French Kid Button Iiand tarn, common settle and oj-era. for our price Ziegler opera slippers aolJ for Sl-A our price 81. Ziegler Bros.' French dongola Oxford t-.M, common sense and optra heel and toe, B to E.sold for S3, our price Ziegler Bros.' French kid Oxford ties. ent lealber tip, width B to E, sold lor oar price 52, Our new spring catmlogw U out. Bend os and we will mail jomfree- VSPAPERI
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