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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia FIRST PART. THIS PAPER CONTAIS Pages 1 to 8 PRICE FIVE CEETS. ATLANTA, GA- SUNDAY ,H0RNINQ, MAY 25, 189Q. AUCTIONEER T. PRIERSON, BUT A fit SILK DEPARTMENT OROWINQ LOW PRICES LOWER. TOR THIS WEEK: yards colored Surah Silts at 23c. We promise from this lot to match auy GOc Surahs iii Georgia yards at just 25c. FOR THIS WEEK: 13 Black Silk Dress Patterns at contain yards each, nud every pat- tern sold with, a gilt-edge -guarantee to wear -mast perfectly. _, "We offer tbese 13 patterns at each, and assure you they cannot be matched elsewhere under We proclaim this the biggest bargain ever offered in Geor- gia. FOB. THIS WEEK: 5 patterns Black Striped and Brocaded "Grenadines at each reduced from command you to inspect these suits. :FOR THIS WEEK: Yet. we knoiv they cannot last longer than and Tuesday. A grand closing sale oi Elegant Black Drapery Nets. How do you think you would look in a hand- some suit of magnificent lace? Of course, you must have one. Last season's lace suit is reckoned amongst things that were and stylo has decreed another design, while we, "The People" on Black Drapery Nets, offer ,FORTHIS WEEK: 0 pieces Satin-striped, hand-worked nets at Was 8 pieces Eiffel Point, ribbon effect nets at was 10 pieces lovely brocaded striped nets at was S5- pieces point edge, something new, at was 7 pieces brocade, striped and. dot nets at able, no matter how-warm the weather is. Note our specials this week: for a double-width, all wool Albatross, worth TiOc. -4'Jc for a 40-inch Nun's Veiling, regular v as 73ii. They must be sold. IFOR THIS WEEK: 100 pieces lovely wool Challies at 18c, worth 25c. 30 pieoos all wool French Chalhes at 30c, Tvorrh We. 13 pieces beautiful foreign ChalHes at54c, "Vxirth 73c. THIS WEEK f J- M. High Go. ignore profits or cost on their Silks and woolens. Pay us a visit and see the xnaniicr in which a live house handles its mul- titude of customers. Black Goods Department. Always complete with the latest, most re- liable and most reasonable goods. Light- weight fabrics will now, to a great extent, take the place of the medium and heavy materials. The publ c don't care to read long advertise- ments on a warm day. But, .we liave in store sor you goods .in which, you can f esl contort. At 5c, pieces striped and solid Ginghams and Chambrays. worth 8c. At Tic, yards choice Ginghams, worth lOc. French Zephyr Ginghams, sold heretofore at ISc yard, this week at 12c yard. At ISc wo will sell a line of finest grade French Zephyrs, worth 25c yard. French Percales. New patterns, new colors; full line in Satur- day, yard, 36-inch wide. New Cheviot Dress Goods yards pi aid and striped cheviots for summer dresses; entirely new designs, colors and fabric just out, yard. Outing Cloths. Nice Hue, new styles, at 12ie yard. Fruit of the Loom. yard Monday -only; 5 cases Fruit of the Loom'domestic to be sold at 7jfc yard; retail only at that price. Black Lawns. Black India Lawn, good quality at lOe yard. At 12-jC splendid quality Black India Lawn, worth more. Black Plaid Organdies. Compelte lines at lOc, 15c, 20c, 25c and 35c yard. Colored Organdies. Beautiful styles. Fast colors. A very choice dress fabric. Cut this week to lOc yard. Figured Mulls. 50 pieces, new patterns, choice styles, to be closed at 12c yard. WMte Goods. yards sheer plaid India Lawns, worth Sic, to go at 5c yard. yards cheeked Nainsook, good solid cloth, 'at 5c yard. Special sale book-fold Nainsooks, slightly soiled, and -to be closed at a big discount on former values. for goods worth 8Ae. lOc for goods worth 15c. 15c for goods worth.. 20c. 100 pieces slieor, plaid India Linens at lOc yard; would be dirt cheap at 200 pieces plaid and striped Lawns at the best values ever offered in America for the price. pieces plaid Organdies, the finest produc- tions of the French makers, 25c yard. Elegant line corded P K.'s at 15C yard, worth 125 pieces India Linen, 42 inches wide, at 125te yard: India Linens lOc, 15c aud np. Persiaii-Lawns aH prices and nil grades. The values we offer cannot be matched. Hemstitched and Tucked India Linens for aprons and infants' patterns, lovely goods, 25c to SOc yard. Linens. The crowning values of the season offered this week. Read. GO dozen all linen buck Towels, size 22x40, at wbrtli 25c- r 40 dozen, alllinea damask siife G pieces 02-inch unbleached table extra weight and splendid linish, 50e yard.. 5 pieces" bleached suowrlake Damask, GO inches wide, to go tliis week at C'.ic yard. 150 remnants of liueu Damask, varying in length from to 4 yards, to be sold this week, at a big discount on former values. White Quilts. At73c we offer two crochet spreads, Marseilles finish, At wo will sell 100 12-4 white crochet bridal spreads, extra wexgUfe and worth Full 11-4 white Marseilles sttreads, value, at we have a line of real MarReiires spreads, 12-4 size and never aold before for less than Ladies' Underwear. In addition to OUT mammoth stock of ladies' underwear, we offer this week more, than Garments Chemises, Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirts, Aprons and Children's Dresses at only 25 Cents Each, worth two and three times the price. Silk Mitts. 500 dozen Ladies' Silk Mitts at 25c pair. Embroideries. Special sale of Skirting Embroderies, especially in fine goods, hemstitched, tucked and revered effects. Every yard goes at a sacrifice. If you want embroideries, call im- mediately and note our prices and styles. The lot, at yard, includes many pieces worth two or throe times the price. land-turned, plain and patent leather tip, imoii sense and opera heel a-itd toe; they y are truly worth now go at Oxfords. J887 paira kid Oxfords at regular price 4-1.25. 752 pairs ladies' kid Oxfords, patent leather at worth 573 pairs ladies' br't dongola Oxfords, lustom-raade, at worth paird ladies' French dongola Oxfords, plain or patent leather tip; at sold 'or Pairs ladies' French kid Oxfords, patent eather tip, also plain toe, usually sold for we closo them out at Umbrellas. lOtf English Gloria 24-inch Umbrellas, Oxi dized handles, 7Gc each. Same in 26-inch, Sic each. At ft 1.25, Gloria Silk, 3G-inch, Umbrellas worth 28-inch of same quality at At Gloria Silk Umbrellas, paragon frames; worth Hosiery. 200 Dozen ladies' Fast SJlack Hose; J. M. High Co.'s OWJL Fast SHack, guaranteed stainless, 'or money" Te- !unded 25c, worth 40c. 100 Dozen Ladies' broad-ribbed Fast Black Hose, J. M. High Co.'s Fast Black, war- ranted, 25c. 150 Dozen misses' plain and 2x1 ribbed Fast Black Hose, J. M. High Co.'s Fast Black, guaranteed, stainless, 25c. 125 Dozen Fast Black half Hose, medium and light-weight, J. M. High Co.'s own Fast-Blank, every pair warranted, 25c. GO Dozen gents' Fast Black, Lisle thread, Italf Hose. Louis Hermsdorf and Royal stain- less dye, 40c. 100 Dozen ladies' Fast Black, Lisle thread Hose, Louis Hermsdorf dye, warranted not to crock. 40c. 50 Dozen ladies' Onyx dyed, ribbed. Lisle thread Hose, warranted stain- less, SOc. 100 Dozen ladies' Fast Black, ingrain, medium-weight Hose, white heel and toe, Louis Hermsdorf dye, warranted, 40c. Notions. Fancy Striped Beits, new adjustable buckle, lOc each. Fancy Japanese Patterns, Silverine Waiters, 7c. Japanese Painted Fans, 2c. Ebony handle, English steel Tracers, lOc. Hair Brushes, for Agate Buttons, one gross, 5c. Ornamental Hair-Pin Cabinet, 100 in box, 5c. Good English Pins, 400 in paper, 3e. Small Shirt Pearl Buttons, per doz., 2tc. few more on 50c, at_25c. Bixby's Royal Shoe Dressing, 9c. a __. Jewelry Novelties. Small Fancy Ornamental Hair-Fins, 2c. Large Quantity Bangle Bracelets, gilt, silver and oxidized, tte, lOc, IGc- Puritan Silk Umbrellas, oxidized Silver and Gilt Necklaces, 25c and 35c. nouiits; elegant goods, and worth Shell Beads, all sizes and colors, worth Colored line to go at 25c lOc. about 50c on the dollar. SECOND FLOOR. Special sale of fine Blouses, Beaded and Lace Capes, Fine Brussels and Lace Curtains. Spring Shawls and Scarfs, Drapery Silk and Velvets. 43 Lace-front, outing cloth Bouses, were will go at each. 39 Outing flannel, lace-front Blouses, were now each. 27 Pure Silk Blouses at originally Fine lace curtains that were and will be sold this week at per pair. One line of lace curtains, were selling at ami at per pair now. Onr special taped-bound, lace curtains this week at per pair.' Fine beaded and lace Capes will be sold at 50c on the dollar. Shoes. Men's calf Congress and bal at re duced from Men's fine calf- Congress and bal, common sense and opera heel and toe, solid leather, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, at S2, former price j- Mon's calf Shoe, in Congress or. or cap toe, perfect 'finish, extra' stock; We asked you last week, bat now we will fit yon in a pair at'S2.50. J _ Men's superfine patent leather bals, at worth Men's fine French calf, hand-sewed shoes j regular value 5J6.50, now Ladies'Shoes. Ladies' dongola, kid button Boot, patent leather tip, at worth Ladies' line.kid button Boot, fine finish, beat smipe, at redaced-fxom. French cUmgola plain and patent leather tip warranted, at worth anywhere 50. fine kid button, strictly lianji-turnea Shoo, at real .value -V.Fteneb. 3iid stnctlj Large assortment Silver Hair Ornaments, warranted, J.0c. Solid Silver Thimbles, 25c. New designs in Fancy Ribbon Pins, 8c. Solid Plated Necklaces, Roman and Silver, worth Solid Plated Hair Ornaments, sample line, worth Pearl Heads, Fancy Stick Pins, assorted colors, 15c. Small lot Oxidized Lace Pins, 8c. Oxidized Coin Holders, 25c. Spring and Slimmer Underwear. Ladies' Swiss Bibbed Vests, pink, tilne and ecrue, -10c eacb. Pore Lisle thread Vests, Jersey ribbed, at 19c eacb, worth 35c; Imported Lisle thread.Vests, with draw-strings in neck and arms, at 25c each; sold elsewhere at GOc. superfine Lisle thread Vests, Jersey fitting, white, only 50c each. Ladies' Pnre Swiss'-. Ribbed Vests, in five seades, 50c each, worth Misses' Low-Neck Swiss Bibbed Tests, lOc each; all sizes. Men's Extra Fine English Balbriggan Shirts, a soft garment, at 50c each. Men's Imported, Lisle thread Blurts, just in, to go at oOc each, worth 85c.. Gents' Smo.ll, Pin-Stripe Shirts and Drawers, at each; a bargain. Fancy Striped. Suits, per suit, worth 275 Dozen Waists, just received, to go at 25c alLages; -worth SOc. Linen Bosom Sliirta, 25c each. SHIRTS! OnrNow YortMUl'i. Cotton, 3-Ply. iinon Eo3ou Shirts, lor.SOc, ia the lender ot Atlanta 4, i. A strong company of 1OO Leading; Eastern and Southern Men organized to build a Manufacturing City. Magical Growth, Large Population, and Heavy Manufacturing Assured. of Treasury Stock set aside for Im- provements. Several Large Industries already vse- cured. Three Railroads now in operation. Fourteen Passenger Trains daily. Pell City is in St. Glair County, Alabama, at the junction of three the G. P., the B. W., and the T. C. the navigable Coosa Biver, right at extensive NUMEROUS GOAL MINES NEAR BY Big Coke Works only 7 mifes Distant! Great Forests of fine ttrrvj ser all around Abundance of pure water for large city! Beautiful veil-drained, healthy city site! Has great q-uantities Large area fertile farming country tributary! 2 more railroads pro- ected and expected Large cotton factory secured and guaranteed Electric light and waterworks guaranteed Brick plant and plan- ng mill secured Two hotels located and in operation Wonderful cofn- jination of. natural resources. FOR A LARGE CITY. Numerous industries negotiating for location! 40 lumber mills within a radius of 10 miles 30 largest lumber mills in the south within 8 miles Lumber for building purposes very cheap. ABSOLUTELY ASSURED. BEST PLACE FOR IN THE STATE. Come, see, investigate, invest and make money! Stores, and factories going up rapidly! A building rush will follow tthis salef Prices will advance rapidly and steadily! Come in at first sale and at firsf cost! Only a preliminary sale now! Big sale later. The main big saie will take place later when the cotton factory, the furnace, the rolling mill, the the electric light, the mills, the factories, the new railroads, the brick blocks contracted, and other industries are located, so the public can see and be convinced what Pell City will soon be and what a grand destiny is before her. The company cannot afford to sell a great deal of the towri property now, but %vill sell enough to demand, give this city a. good start, givS purchasers this benefit of this summer season for building and this fall, when the future.bi the city can be clearly proven by the buildings, facto- ries, iron works, brick blocks, 'dwellings, coal and and iron mines, etc., that wiE then-be located, THE lil BIG SALE WILL TAKE FlAffii Liberal inducements to manufacturers by the.company. "--Terms of sale: One-Surd cash, balance 6, iz and 18 months, 6 per cent interest, I I Apply to raikoad agents for schedules and cheap tickets. Music famous Fort Payne band. air, concert at night Mr CITY IRON MD LAND GO- T. A. FRIERSON, Real Estate Agent and Land Auctioneer, Chatta- nooga, Tenn.
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