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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THIS PAPER CONTAINS 24 Pages. THE CONSTITUTION. FIRST PART. PagesTto 12 VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY AIOKNINGr, APBH, B7, 189Q. PEICE FIVE CENTS. HUSBANDS, SEE THAT YOUR WIVES READ THIS PAGE! WIVES, PROFIT OPPORTUNITY OFFERED YOU! J. M7 HIGH CO. OFFER FOR THIS WEEK BARGAINS' WHICH ARE UNSURPASSED AND UNSURPASSABLE! Bargains of Genuine Merit. Bargains in Goods of Every Day Use. Bargains of Practical Necessity. Bargains of Absolute Merit and Commercial Value, THE DISCOUNTS WE OFFER ON FORMER PRICES ARE POSITIVELY PHENOMENAL. On tomorrow morning there will be a "Marked Reduction" in our uco'.cn Dro-ss Goods stock thai uj ripul sales of the goo is offjied. are all sei'O'uible ''s' ln :lle offered at thc-ic "Tcruoi} Lou Prices" simply to reduce st now 490. "69 French Novelty suits left. our own price, if at all reasonable, be ac- cepted." Handsome line of p'aul and stiii'c! I'ajncs, iatdv ic- ceuc 1 The '-tods, is t >o for this now advanced soason. e m- 213 Black Silk Dresses Containing from to yards. These Silk.s are cuts from the most celebrated brands of the world. Every yard warranted to wear and "uauinteed to give perfect satisfac- tion. On Center Tables We place these black silk suits, and solicit a mosi. critical examination by "uho know a good thing when they see it." BLACK AND MOURN- ING GOODS. We make a specialty of this line of goods and our stock is known to be supciior to that of any house in the stile Nothing but the most reliable brands, such as Priestley's Lupin's and Wysong's tre admitted in this departmdnt and if a lady buys a dress from us she knows it will be lound just as and from 15 to 35 per cent cheaper than in other house the city. The best lot of and some special jobs on hand fo" this week. Notice our puces. "Honor to v. horn honor belongs." Piicatlcy's tc ui lo i educe the stock by lowering hcad tllcllst- the price. I'U.db that all season1 .75C lor Pnc' ivc sj'd for 60 and 65c, will 1 e wide' weight and north fercd tomorrow at 42c. Similar' 83'-c silk w; auctions m the h pn'cod lab- cnt Cioth- hn 1S a loveiy f price. 1'UMb that all season' tley'sTamise4o-mch luv e off re j-i( e u u Magnificent assortment j %Ve for iviestiey's silk warp Of French all WOOl Chal- Cla.rettc, nothing nicer for a cool lies. Handsomest patterns summer chess. We never sold this ever sllOWn, reduced to number before for less than 54c. Goods have been re- j ask iL tailing all season at 65 to for hemstitched i-7cn Veilings, bordered hemstitched 4 ycira. ChaHis and Ratifies. This is a big Extraordinary. job and there is not a piece in the 37 pieces C'n Silks opened on lot Some of them yesterday, in and daik and black giounds, lovely blight figures. The handsomest collection season. Con- fined Latest effects. IS OUR SPECIAL PRICE. To Close Monday. 100 pieces co'orcd Drapery Silks, 33 inches wide, in beautiiul pat- terns. We these silks at 75c, while the prices range usually at gi to 50. A Big Drive. yards colored Surah Silks at 32c, sold everywhere at 6oc. Special. Special. Special. are cheap for Priestley's celebrated silk warp Henriettas The grandest line ot these poods ever shown south. Kvcrytiung from 850 to a yard, and all of them zo per cent cheaper than others will ask you. Two specials this week. for Priestley's silk warp Henrietta, regular number. for Priestley's silk warp Henrietta, regular number. These two prices only hold good for this week, 6oc. Here is the grandest value Atlanta has seen. 25 pieces Challies, Batistes and Tamises, ele- a. m. It is a sight worth seeing, and you will not regret the visit. Wash Dress Goods. Complete and varied assortment of all the season's requirements at bottom pi ices. 200 pieces choice Dress Ging-, hams and Chambras at yard; Linens. We have the most complete line of Linens to be found in the south, comprising everything that could be sought for. If interested see us on Table Linens. jSilk Gloves. 50 doz. pairs in 50 pair. consideied good value at loc. j Elegant silk Mils at 250 pair. cases new plaid and striped Better silk Mils at 5Oc pair. Ginghams, finest American makes, I Silk Mits and Gloves, all srylesat called cheap everywhere at lowest prices. to go at IDC yard. 50 pieces French CHINA SILKS. rirm't Don t latl tOBee 4CJ T j. I gant goods, worth from 850 to a J.n Drapery Nets J yard. We close the lot at the uni- We are doing the trade of any form Price of 6oc Xard- three houses m Atlanta. Styles I 7.5.c for. a Mohair Bril- newest, designs most lovely, added liantine, beautiful silk finish, best to prices most interesting has made black, and worth this department a grand success 55C win buy a fine Surah Twill, from thc beginning of the season. Pure wool; same goods sold else- We cateAo the popular purse' of where for 7oc. an intelligent public, and bespeak 650 for a 48-inch for this line of oui silk depaitment double twill, worth continued, and meritorious success, money, Foule Cloth, anybody's ico pieces lihck Di apery Nets 980. The 48-inch silk finished in stock, all fiom the metiono- Henrietta, considered by judges of "s of tiade and cheaper by 25 per nne black goods to be worth cent than elsewhcie is still to go at gSc. 25 pieces Black Drapery Nets, Everybody who has ever ranging in price trom 050 lo 8" been tn's superb silk finished Hen- per jard, we offer as this rietta says: "Oh! it's the prettiest I week's fully per cent evcr saw." We will make it not cneapcr than imnorteiV prices. WE SRE 1HE LEADERS !N DRAPERY NETS Black Silk Sacrifice. ,2I3 D'css Lengths of elegant black siiks will be on sale tomorrow. anri of foreign makes and styles has never been south. the sprite on'y the" prettiest, 0 cheapest. The fabric is 48-inch wide and worth Wei have the inside on black goods. To go one more week for 750 to Ss 50. A full line of bor- dered Veilings for dresses, and Veils in all wool and silk warp, all num- ;hown bers, from to irters' j If you want to see how people '-half cost and appreciate a. good thingi step into i High's Monday morning about lo Zephyr Ging- hams, paired stripes and plaids, to be gold at yard; worth 2oc yd. lOt Of tlgurecL UtunaS. Complete assortment of all the pieces to be Opened Mon- novclty French Ginghams and Patterns never Seen Zephyrs, at 1 1 igj.i's popular prices, ift Atlanta before. TJni- French Satines. i form price yard. 50 pieces finest French Satines, 'Furnishings. made by Koechlin, Frerer Schen- i m can e want aer Rott C.e, taken from our iutbls The simpiest shelves Saturday at 3 5c yard; to go t? thc fastidious tastes con. sidered in every detail. 100 dozen Shirts, made this week, your choice at 750 yd, American Satines. 150 pieces finest American Sat- ines at IDC )ard, choice patterns, sold elsewhere at 150 yard, and by the closest competition at India Pongees. of New- York mills cotton, 2100 linen bosoms and bands, patent facings and stays, reinforced back and iront, 500 each, worth 750. "High's ably the finest Shirt ever sold in The new and popular light weight America for 730; fully equal to any Fabric, 200 pieces, choice fl ghirt on the market. Sec it. ;ns_at yaid. We advcr- Compare it. Tin's pnce the Dr dcsi this same 2oc yard lot thc first three" days of this week. yards India printed Chal- lis, light and clatk colors, at yard, worth loc. 2 cases Pontial Ginghams, stripes and plaids, logo at 50 yard. Same goods are so'd all over Atlanta at "White Goods. 200 pieces extra checked sook, worth at 50 yard. topds last week at- uuiaundried Shiits, extra values, at 250 each. 50 dozen Men's Pepperell Jeans Drawers, at 250 pair. 25 dozen Men's outing Flannel Shiits, at 4gc each. Complete line of outing Flannel Shirts for Men and Boys, also flannel waisis of all grades, latest i styles at lowest prices, i dozen Men's Collars, all Nain- styles, 4-ply linen, at gc each. They (have been imitated, but never jards India Linen, as sold all over Atlanta at yard, for only 3 yard. sheer plaid 50 pieces lovely goods, and th anywhere, this week's High's yard. The very best goods ever offered in America at locyard. Large and small plaids, stripes and checks. matched. 100 dozen Scarfs and fine silk Teck Four-in-Hand, latest shapes and styles, 250 each. Just 150 yard as good a scarf as sold by clothiers price at at Soc each. Elegant line of fine Scarfs in a per- fect selection of styles, at lowest prices. Windsor Ties in latest styles. 160 pieces 42-inch India Linen at yard, worth 2oc. Closing sale of Linen Lawns. '40 pieces, worth 2oc, to go at yard. Colored Piques, lovely goods and elegant quality, only Embroideries. The past week's business has thoroughly tested the strength of this department and demonstrated its superiority over any and all com- petition. Better values for this week than ever before. For bargain counters we have selected a line which we will place on sale at loc yard, worth all the way from loc to 35c yard. Don't fail to see third counter from main entrance. 45 and 6o-inch Skirtings at the uniform price of yard. We place on cale a let of Skirt- ings that would bring to in any market in this country. roideries) day the coming week. Come to see them. White Spreads at 99c. Full 11-4, extra heavy and close texture, fully up to tbe standard of the -best Spreads in the star- tiro cases to be sokJ at worth soc, at 250 each. Special lot Windsor Ties, nice styles, at 5c each. Ladies' Summer Vests. Ribbed Silk, all colors, low neck and sleveless, at 500 each. 200 dozen ladies' Ribbed Vests, low neck, sleveless, at gc each. 100 dozen same style, finer goods, at I5c each. cases extra fine Swiss Ribbed Vests, silk draw strings, at each; worth joe. Second Floor Bargains. Our new department has taken the town by storm. Keep your eye on the second floor. yards fine Lace Scrim at yard. aoo pairs Lace Curtains, taped borders, at pair. Lace Curtains, in all styles, 750 to pair. Curtain Poles, ash, walnut, oak or cherry, with brass mountings, made and hung for 390 each. Hall Poles complete for each. Ladies' Outing Cloth Blouses each. Ladies' Satine Blouses JU each, laced fronts. Outing Cloth and Flannel Blouse Jcct. the price, m an elegsu :of AH wool Cashmere Shawls at ft eateh. SPECIAL. To the north side ladies: The Peachtree cars will on and after Monday mprn- ing bring you straight pers, you can find them in our stock. Save yourself the worry of looking through half a dozen stores before you are suited. We can suit and fit anybody and everybody. Fine Custom Made doors. Take Peachtree j cars at your home and' come direct to High's. Parasols. The leader for Monday. 200 Gloria, Tuxedo mounts, worth at 980 each. When we say gent's fine shoes we don't mean that it is the class of stuff usually touad in dry shoe departments, but instead, we keep the finest line of gent's shoes that can be had in America. Gent's French Calf Shojs, French Fancy Parasols in unlimited quan- calf lined, nothing finer made, for ten titles, styles and prices, all shades' days at g6 50. Can't.be duplicated to match suits, Children's Parasols, lovely goods, at each. Umbrellas. Closing sale of fine Silk "Um- brellas, everything included. Siik Umbrellas that were to made of best Puritan Umbria Silks, oxidyzed, natural, steiling silver and English mounts, to go at one nominal price, each. A rare chance. ANOTHER LOT, including goods worth from to to be closed at Come quick, for they won't last for less than Gent's Kangaroo Congress and Lace Shoes, strictly hand miadc, guaranteed to be the best Kangaroo, sold everywhere for our price Our Leader. Gent's finest American Calf, strictly hand made, every pair war- ranted, at a regular shoe. The best Gent's Shoe in Amer- ica, made of genuine calf, warranted solid, and to wear equal to a shoe. Boys' Shoes. Our stock of boys' Shoes em- braces any kind of shoe wanted for all the week. from thc solid> stout school 200 Glona Silk, oxidyzed handle I to [he beat for dress> Umbrellas, for this week s sale at Children's Shoes. Our line of children's Shoes are generally conceded to be the best in Atlanta, and our infants' the pret- tiest. The best Misses' School Shoe in Georgia for HOSIERY. 250 dozen ladies' weight, 40 saiiRO Mack Irosc, full rey 'l.iuWe btoi an4 toen, guarantee 1 Viimless or inoiioj refuuded. week's each, woith Corsets. Special bargain counter sale. Remnant lots, odds and ends and broken lines, including the very choicest styles and makes. Thompson's, Warner's R. G. and French woven Corsets, worth from to all to be closed at 750 each. yards Seersuck- _ _.......... ers, worth lOc to 12 ,IjW KM f.vt -i in cotton Kotc, l.oit'S Hermsilurf djt-, warranted to be sold at 5c yard. See, su.nioss, I unproved onvx ingrain fist uZlGUl. j blark cotton IKC-O, imdiuin Keep Your Eye on High's Shoe department. High-class goods, honest workmanship and honest prices tell the story. High's prices have created a revo-1 lution in the Shoe business of At- lanta. Ladies' Striptly Hand- Made Shoes. Ladies' French dongola hand- turn button boot, worth 50, at j 50- i Ladies' extra fine dongola button boot, patent leather tip, hand sewed, I 100 dozen ladles1 onyx refanded, all 2Tk- 100 dozen gent'a full regular balbr.ggan half hose, 15c. 100 dozen gent's onyx dyed fast bJack half liose, 25c. ____r_________________r __ ___ _ _ _ _ f 100 dozen gent'1? tans and slates, fine quality regu'la'r price will go for ten weight ,nn days at i Bouiaustnpe half ladies' French dongola thrcad bl" boot, hand made, common sense oo dozen tans, siauji and fast black heel with opera Off cheap at j tau will go at 'Notions. Ladies' patent leather dress boot, JtMl shoe Drowing Purses, ladies' double SiUer clasp, Kantian leather, 25o Wax bead Necklaces, all colow, patent clasp, lOc Small lot good quality Skirt Braid to be closed at 'V each English fnfl 400 in paper, 3c. Ladies' Needle Companion, assorted with black undressed kid top, the prettiest shoe in Atlanta, only Full Line of Paris Shoes, Made of the finest French kid, and the workmanship is simply ____ superb- No such goods ever offer- and sires, 5c. ed to the trade of Atlanta. A fit! Pearl Batt from these goods for ten days for cheap at Ladies' Oxford Ties. Ladies' dongola Oxfords, patent leather tip, worth Ladies' French dongola Oxfords, any style heel or toe, regular price' Bocki. the complete m ti.e to go at The finest French kid Oxford tie in Atlanta, sold elsewhere for beautiful 10c, 5c. Good iTory 7c. OolJs, bisouc heads, kid bodies, only .tons, beautiful quality, worth handle Tooth Brashes, aU few left, 25o. Steel Crochet Needles, all sizes. 3c Past blaek LJarning Cotton, in halis, 5c. Hound Combfi, all sizes, hard robber, 5c. Fans for Everybody. tlie aeweat and latest Enropeaa fiatiu, Ganze and Feather rpre-sa If you want Qrford .Ties, or. in km rwtai next w iNEWSPAFERr SPAPERf
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