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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia BO Pages. VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOSIERY, HOSIERY. HOSIERY! J. M. High Co.'5 nnparalelled Hosiery Department. worth of ladies' f puts'and children's Hoae received this week, ote our prices aud you will readily see that this mammoth importation shipment of Hosiery will not last but a few days.________ Children's School Hose a-apcciality. 100 dozen children's bla6k seamless Hose, .all sizes, pair. _____ 100 dozen children's fast black Hose, .7 and 1 ribbed, double bnee 20c.____________ 200 dosen Lord Taylor's onyx dye Hose for children; heavy -weight with double knees, 7 and 1, and 1 and 1 ribbed. Every pair .guaranteed stainless 25c. real value 40c._____ 100 dozen boys' fast black, derby-ribbod Hose, royal stainless dye, warranted stainless -'or money refunded. Sizes 8 to 9% '35c._______ 100 dozen Taylor's onyx dye Hose -for children, 1 and. 1 French ribbed, heavy weight, very-elastic, wear and color guaran- teed; ti ro 7 35c, T4 to 9ji 50c....._____. Card of stainless Darning Cotton with. every pair of fast black' Hose. _____' _____ 100 dozen Boys' extra Jjlack in- grain ouyx dye Hose 7. and 1, ".and 1 and 1 ribbed with double knee -wear and collar gnar- -anteed, 6 to T! JOc; to eg._____________ 100 dozen Ladies' fast black. Hose, medium Eoyal stainless dyo. 25c._____ 50 dozen fast black light weight warranted .not, to crock. 50 dozen ladies' fast black, .ingrain -onyx dye, wear and color guaranteed, 49c. 50 dozen ladies' black Hose, medium high-spliced heel, reinforced toe and spliced sole, onyx dye, 50c. extra fine dongola button range from the] 36-inch English hand turned, always sold for goods at 250 yard to- the finiest at Ladies' French ikicl, French and German fabrics at French style boots, strictly hand yard, which cost you else- made, sold at for ten days at where. Our O. K. kid button shoe at 1 Call on us before you think of is theeqiialof any shoe, buying, and see our offerings direct Men's Shoes. Paris. Men's Congress and Lace Custom Black Goods. Made, regular price reduced j This department is always sus- I tained in an almost perfect con- Men's Genuine Calf Shoes, in ditje'n. Quantities of new goods, Congress and Lace, all styles, worth plain and fancy colors, have just at j been, received, and go at our ever Men's Fine Calf Custom Made popular prices. Shoes, hand sewed; never sold less j A line ot superior quality all- 50 dozen ladies' medium "-weight, fast black Hose, onyx dye, spliced selvages, impossi- ble for it to rijj down the, seam, 50c. 100 dozen gents' fast' black' hall Hose, jnyj: dye, 25c. '________________ 50 dozen gents' black lasle thread, half Hose, drop stitch, 25c.___________ 100 dozen gents' French rib leg, Balbriggan tiali Hose, double hcel'and tde, 25c._________ Shoes at a Sacrifice, Ladies' kid button shoes, regular price reduced to Ladies French Dongola kid button boots, plain and pat with tip, sold at present price Ladies' fine kid button shoes, custom made -common sense and opera, regular mice so, now at SI.QO. Ladies' than at Boys' Shoes. Boys' School Shoes, warranted solid sizes 2 2-5, regular price now at Youths' Custom Made School Shoes, warranted, sizes 11 to 2, re- duced.from to Miller Ober's Fine Dress Shoes; sold everywhere for We run them at Dress Goods. We are now showing many attractive things in exclusive novel- ties and advance styles in woolen Dress Goods. Our stock having been secured by Mr. High in will be different "from anything to be found, and ladies not wishing their suits duplicated would do well to inspect our exhibit. Choice Plaics and Camel's hair and illuminated novel- ties. Serges, Henriettas and Plain Cloths arid Embroidered Robes. Everything to make up a perfect department. And of all things the most important, the prices are right, wool Surahs, 42 inches wide and selling for 650 yard, and -a new lot of B. Prentley Co.'s silk warp Henriettas at 956 yard, make lip- two leading.attractions, backad up by a line ot fabrics in styles and pYices to suit all comers. Linens. We are the popular priced people oh linens. Our new stock is now complete in every detail and we ask attention to a few Specimen Bargains. Towels. All Linen, Huck, red or blue border, size 20x40, at 150 each. Damask Towels, fancy border, size 23x46, at 22c each. Damaslc Towels, fancy border, tied fringe, size 22x45 inches, 250 ekch. Damask Towels, tied fringe and and fancy borders, assorted colors, size 26x52 inches, 35ceach. Double Damask Towels, tied fringe, woven borders, size 35x56 inches, SQC each. Tray Covers, all linen, pure white as always at High's. Plaids to suit and fancy border, 250 each. from 42-inch all wool stuffs at 1 Stamped Splashers and 400 yard, to the most elegant all linen, at I be each. Buffet Scarfs, fringed, all round, white linen, with fancy center, 5oc French novelties that cost yard. Mixed colors and fancy cloths of any weight or price. We can suit you at 25c yard. We can show you the best values you have ever seen at from to vard. We all He each. Stamped Splashers, Linens of all kinds, Tray Covers; Tidies, etc. Ask to see them. Tidies, fa tied fringe ends, ice feach. Silk Tidies, all styles, 400 and up. Table Satin Damask Cloth, white with colored yards long, 2 dozen napkins to match, all for Fancy Table Sets. Long fringe all round. Size 'cloth, 8x12; dozen Napkins to match for Table Linen. Bleached double Damask; borders in red, blue and yellow, at 500 yard. Red bordered Damask, extra weight, at 350 yard. Real Turkey red Damask, guar- anteed fast color, extra quality, 5OC yard. _ Napkins. Checked.Linen Napkins at 250 Napkins, red borders, 5Op dozen. Book fold, 5-8 bleached Napkins, at 5oc dozen. 6-8 book fold Napkins, extra satin Damask, dozen. Extra satin Damask Tea D'Oyles, dozen. White stamped oval D'Oyles, ice each. White Bed Spreads At 73'c-'i case extra quality 11-4 White Spreads, worth At cases of our famous 12-4 Spreads, worth I At 12-4 white Spread ever shown in this country. At white Marseilles Spreads, extra quality. Blazers. Blazers, in silver and gold trimmings. i- Plains drabs and tan, m Creafa stripes and all'the now Nanoleon.frbnt; S3.- Our S3 fine Blazers will be sold on Monday at, Green, blue and brass, with gold pipings and gamut, for cool mornings, S4.50; worth If you want to buy a Blazer, see our stocfc and save GOO pairs of Portieres and hall Curtains, pure Turldsh chenille, full length, with all. the fixtures, S6.B7. This moans for Monday only; Tinir nf each customer. Now is chance, ais they are worth 312 complete. We sell a 75c "Window-Pole for 39c and ask !no questions. Our 50c Window Poles sell all around town for 81. Remember Monday is the day we are going these goods. A sample lot of Portieres; only fifty of them; they are gems of art and beauty, and few ipalatial homes can of such gay and festive appearance as these goods will moke. Their value is S17.50. Eight o'clock sharp Monday'we'Il open them; sale at 39-75- At- lanta has nev'er seen such goods boforo at the price. pairs ot lace curtains at COc; slightly damaged; but they are worth 900 pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains, taped all 'round, 75c. It takes to buy such goods anywhere else. Lace Curtains. Our and are gauzy things that are purely beautiful. A walk through our de- partment will at once convince you that this is the only place to get the goods you need at your own price, Special. too dozen Turkish bath towels at 5c each. 25 dozen Ladies' Chemises at 21 c each, trimmed, with lace and em- broidery. Corsets. As a leader we offer the cele- brated French Woven Corset for 75 cents. R. G. Corset at 750 each. We have one line of C. P. a la Sirene Corsets, made specially for stout people, worth to close at Kid Gloves. The new things for fall are here, The choicest line ever shown south Many well known favorites are repre- sented, prominent among them being the celebrated TREFOUSSE GLOVE. As usual, we place them at popular prices. 4-Button, scolloped top, black and colored Kid Gloves at 750 pair. 4-Button and 5-hook foster lacing Glove's, black and colors, every pair warranted, pair. Undressed Kid Suedes, in gray, tan and black, at pair, Button and Foster-hook Kid Gloves, extra quality, pair. Real Kid, 4-buttpn Gloves, tan and black, buttons or hooks, pair. Trefousse Gloves, leading shades, 4-button lengths, at pair. Handkerchiefs. Ladies' colored bordered, hem- stitched Handkerchiefs at Ladies' tucked and embroidered Handkerchiefs at 150 each. Men's colored bordered, or plain, white, hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 25c each. Men's white, linen, hemstitched Handkerchiefs, extra quality, at 250: each. Outing Flannels. One case-plaid and striped Outing Flannel, all season, at This lot goes at yard. Ginghams. Fall colors, new styles, special lot, at TOC yard. Drillette. The new figured, Cotton Dress fabric, a very goods, at loc yard. Figured Lawns. To close; 50 pieces 5C Lawn goes at 2C yard. Black Lawns. We still have some choice Plaids to be sold; to 2oc yard. Domestics. Domestic, good quality, yard. 10-4 bleached Sheeting, 2oc yard. Hemmed Sheets at and pair. Linen Laces. Hand-made Torchons and Smyr- nas, more than 500 new pieces just in, running up to yard. Special jobs at 5 and IQC; to 4 inches wide. Embroideries. Narrow widths for trimmings, in cambric and. Hamburg; choice lots at 5 to 2gc yard. This is the subject of Andrew J. Miller 'Son today. Almost everybody knows what 'kind of a stock we carry. We have been tell- ing it in The Constitution for ten year's. New can 'come around to 42. and 44 Peach- tree Street and find out. People at a dis- tance can write us for catalogues and other information. Here goes: Every price we give yon is cash. If you credit we will not turn' you" away, but will be glad to see you. May be your house has cost you too much, Tbecause the contractor has run away, or for other reason; but this should not dis- courage you, you can get any kind of goods you' think you ought to buy, fine or common, and you can buy them on credit. If a man buys for JACOB EISEMAN. SIGMU3STD WEIL. GRiffl 10SB1Y, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2 AND 3. That is the'end of it, but if on You will'have to worry with it until .you cancel it, YoTti must have our and if you are out of money, you must buy o'it or do without and stay ait home, shut up, and .keep .your own sweet self no- Ibody. else will. -i' REMOVAL. The Atlanta MaBntactnring Co., (successors to the Atlanta Show Case Co.) have moved their factory' Nos. G, and 12 ttonrtlarid street, the place recently-occupied by J. C. and are now prenared to do all tihd9 of wood work. The company 'will mate Show Cases, Desfes, Chests, House Finishings of every description. ,The services.of H. ifge, Ions counectedrwltn- the Wasbn Manufacturing 'coniiiany, of Spring0eld, Mass., have Been intendsdoing-specially Office ana Banlc Fixtures and interior House worK, all work will tie done as wellas it can. lie done anywhere. We Co., SouthernBanldng and Trust company, and united iUndeswriters' Insurance company: all'of tbis'city, and for all "of whom we'.have ATLANTA MAJfUFACXCKINti to the Atlanta Show Case Con, inns and 12 Courtlana street, Atlanta, Qa. There are many men of many minds and forms; some buy their clothing readyinaSe, others dunk they caimot get a. gooa the benefit ol 3 first-class buyer, Mr.; PKICB TO which means "JPlain-Bottom Figures to Everyone." GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS" DEPARTMENT. Everything to make such a department complete.. Innectwear. we shov, the and no 'Sd Plain and Underwear. The same thing can truly be said of OTTB HAT to 25per.cent. Givo us a chance to prove the truth "ONE-PRICE 3 WHITEHALL STREET, CENTENNIAL BUILDINQ. HERK ARE The improvement of the age. The best boiler feeder made, known as the Korbing Injector. It speaks for itself. Our prices satisfactory. Catalojnie mailed free on application. Id'ress na before you buy, TVe can save you mtmey. 'vrannr R. LOIIBARD I: CO, i.'Boiler and Gin "Works, Cot., Engine and Gin Suppnes. IT. j. "D. E. Dealers In all kinds of anti Dressed Lumber; Large stock fair prices. Office and iais Comet fates ItM Glenn list fenn. RasilroaJ, Telephone fe97. -160-aii Auciusta. Ga. tartest VTorRs of the Kinu South. iNEWSPA'FERr VSPAPERI
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