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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia FIRST PART. Pages 1 to 12. ATLANTA. GA., SUN DAT MOENIN.G, SEPTEMBER 28, 189O. PRICE FIVE GENTS. FOR. MONDAY. 200 All Wool Flannel Dresses ---Nicely made and trimmed with Silk Braid, each. 150 Dress Patterns, West of England IVeeds, at Pattern. OF ATT EVKRY ITEM WORTHY YOUR ATTENTION. material, purest wool, yard. Of Wales Diagonal, 43 inches wide, one of Priestley's newest fabrics, Dress Goods. Having had the advantage "both European and American mar- kets in the selection of our Fall Dress Goods, we offer to our cus-1 Priestley's figui ed black Henri- tomers immeasurable advantage cttas, the choicest novelty out in in the range of style and the variety I black goods, i yard. of fabric offered. We can please 46-inch all wool'French Henri- you, and give you double pleasure ettas; yard. in the knowledge you will possess j Priestley's new black Cheviot, of the individuality of your costume. For simple elegance and style, this As to prices we are on the inside, j fabric is unsurpassed. yard. The list below is but a meager in-1 64-inch Surah Royal, all pure dex of the good things we off er. wool> 850 yard. 50 pieces- Bannockburn Suitings, French Broadcloths yard. 40 inches wide at 420 yard. Silk 'Warp Fabrics. loo pieces 52-mch Ladies' cos- We show at all times a complete tume cloth, all wool, sjcyard. Mine of B. Priestley Co.'s and the 90 pieces West of England' celebrated Victoria brand Silk Checks and Mixtures, one and a' Warp Henriettas. Our prices go half yards wide, 4gc yard. j from the bottom up, and every Scotch Cheviots, stripes and number is a bargain, checks, best grade wool, 38 inches I All new things in wide, 450 yard. Silks 52-inch diagonal Chevoit suiting, i Are now displayed in all their en- all pure wool, 650 yard. tirety at this department. Gor- Tweed, 38 inches wide, geously illumimted party and re- full lineof mixed colors, yard. ception costumes. An endless ar- Insh Twills, 42 inches wide, a ray of Street and Dinner Silks, yard. Lovely cloths. I which cannot meet any description Real English Serge costume urithont the "naked eye." Prices cloth, 52 inches wide. yard. always below those who. imitate French Homespun Suitings, yardj "Velvets and a half wide, all wool, yard." f The best purchas6 we ever made; f A i rtV. t-nA J_'_ _ _ _ Cloaks. FOR SEASON 90-91. Gents' Handkerchiefs. Drummers' a specially 'cheap lot. A'l styles, white and 54 inch illuminated Camel's Hair Mixtures at yard; very choice. Plaids. Bright or dull, large or small, every conception of the imagination, in colors mingled together, pro- ducing beautiful and artistic effects, 187 pieces 2o-inch Colored Dress Velvets at actually the match of any quality sold through- out the city. Drapery Silks are in great favor. Anticipating large sales our stock was bought About 70 pieces to show. from which selections can be made mosc perfect. Oriental patterns pre- to su t any and everybody, at dominate at 75c and per yard. and J We show the finest German and French Silk finished Henriettas ever shown in this country, at ggc yard. French Sponged Broadcloth, all colors. Tartan Plaids, dark grounds wit h bright illumination, black with pur- ple; blue with gold; green with brown, and bTack with white, 40 inches wide, 590 jard. Lady Gray checked and striped Cheviots, all wool, 38 inches wide and extremely desirable, 450 yard. Camel's Hair Checked Suitings; all the leading colorings; 7Jc yard. 42-inch Striped Mohair Cheviots, blue aad gray, and brown and gray mixtures, yard. Dainty, Small Checked Suitings, all sorts of happy effects in color- ings, gi-oo yard. Tartan Plaids, full yard and a hall sorts of delightful color combinations, yard. 54-inch Plaid Serges, 900 yard. 56 inch black and gray Plaid Camel's Hair, yards wide, at 830 pard. A perfect world of bright Plaid Cheviot Suitings. Very de- sirable. Novelties. The range of choice in Fancy Stuffs is positively unlimited; Camel's Mixtures are best, with a following of Cheviots, Tweeds, Serges, w.oven in rough or smooth texture. Price, just what you want to pay. You can get what you want from to any price. Black Goods. The completest stock in Atlanta. Nothing short of absolute perfection approximates it. Fabrics from all over the world at popular prices. 4O-inch striped Henrietta at 650 yard. 4oinch Sebastopol, extra fine cord and all pure wool, 750 yard. Biarritz cord, elegant and durable M. HIGH CO. 48 and 50 WMtefall St Black Figured Silks. Do not miss seeing these lovely patterns. Black ground with beau- tiful, small figures- in latest color- ing. No two alike, at per pat- tern; worth double. Black Dress Silks. Alive to the wants of the public we have secured the ATLANTA AGENCY for two superb makes guaranteed to us and warranted to you. When we say WE ARE AGENTS we are in fact and don't use any pretentions to catch the unwary, 200 Dress Patterns Boret's Cash- mere finished Black Dress Silks, at 40 per ct of the regular price. These suits range in lengths from 15 to 19 yards, and in price from to per suit. Actually a wonderful drive. Special. 39 pieces opera shades in a 24- inch Hong Kong China Silk, offer- ed at goods imported to sell at Crepes de Chine. No far-fetched words to describe these "living wonders." Simply perfect! Patterns ours. Others can't get them. You will like them. 15 pieces exquisite quality, bro- caded, party colors. Crepes de AZ suits In figured Crepes de the "Acme of _ novelty French fabrics. These are shown at arid per pattern of 16 yards. Lovers of the artistic and beau- tiful in dress fabrics can appreciate these costumes. Black Dress Goods. For this week we will offer 10 pieces 24-inch superb Black Dress Velvets at per yard. Actual New York price If you wish a lovely Velvet Suit, inspect this bargain. __________________ Cloak room, occupies entire "sec- ond floor. Mammoth space and colored borders, 15, 25 and 3oc each, superb stock. Some startling drives Every one worth 20 per cent more for opening week. j than price asked. t i Souse Furnishings. 200 all .wok-rCheviot crowds expected at the ets, light weight, satin, faced, coming exposition must be prepared worth Hotels, boarding-house pro- One lot satin lined corkscrew Prietors and housekeepers are worsted Jackets, tailor made, some rare inducements this worth Iweek at High's. Reefer Jackets, Cheviot diagonal Table linens, cloth, elegantly made up and very 16 pieces Oil Turkey Red Dam- special, worth i ask, 66 inches wide, 5oc yard. Our stock of Jackets comprises] 25 pieces Cream Damask, in plain all the new and desirable shapes cream and with fancy borders and and Diagonals, centers, yard. Camel's Hair, etc., for both Ladies' Cardinal Damask, solid and with and Misses. (fancy borders, 60 inches wide, 6oc 350 Ladies' Hght weight New- yard. markets, stripes, plaids and At 730, Special Lot of 20 pieces with raised Satin faced, bleached satin, double Damask, 66 each. Just the thing for inches wide. early fall wear. At Sgc, Barnesley Bleached Dam- 200 black Newmarkets and Peas- ask, extra fine and beantiful pat- ants, light and medium cloths, terns. Napkins to match at dozen. 72-inch Bleached'Satin, Damask, each; worth Ladies' Cheviot diagc___ ____ Wraps at extraordtaary-vHtner House- Ladies' elegant worsted cloth how and other patterns, 990 yard. Marie Antoinette Wraps, trimmed Napkins to match, with pendant silk Gimp, very Table Sets. stylish; I Size of Cloths, 8x12. Dozen Nap- 375 Walker s Seal plush Jackets, kins with each Cloth- T evered fronts, worth Extra double Damask fringed all 300 Misses' Reefer Jackets, in round> piainj white and fancy camel's hair, diagonal cheviots, borders, per set. Scotch plaids, each; special Extra fine German double Dam- value, and manufactured to our ask Table Sets, Cloths and Nap- own order. i kins to match, yellow, blue, red, 143 Misses and children s Con-1 etc., per set. Chine, in higli nemares, Peasant's, Guther's and Marie Stuart Cloaks, all imported garments, at worth double. Kid Gloves. Trefousse Gloves a specialty. All Gloves fitted to the hand. scolloped top, staple shades, 750 pair. in tan, brown, gray and black, pair. hook, leading shades, extra kid, pair. -a- button, in tan, brown, gray and black, pair. both 4 button and Foster hook, leading shades, real kid, pair, famous Trefousse Glove, 4-button, black and leading shades, 582 pair. Mousquetaire, extra quality, undressed kid, pair. and driving Gloves, heavy kid, no buttons to be troubled with, pair. Princess Suedes, standard shades, pair. Corsets. Special sale of the celebrated C. P. Corsets, grade, long and medium waists, at 50 pair. The celebrated Venus Corset, the latest French success, is a beauty. Black, drab and white, 50 pair. loo dozen Ladies'j hemstitched and-tucked white Handkerchiefs at loc each. So.dozen colored bordered hem- stitched Ladies' Handkerchiefs at roc each. ico dozen Ladies' embroidered and hemstitched white Handker- chiefs, usually sold at 250; only ijc each." 50 dozen Ladies' white Handker- J. M. HIGH CO. 46, 48 and WMtetaU St chfefs, hemstitched thread "borders with corners, 250 each. and drawn embroidered 46, 48 Mi 50 SMtetall St Napkins. Checked Linen Napkins at 25, 35 and 5oc a dozen Extra heavy cream Napkins, with colored borders, 750 dozen. 6-8 bleached Damask Napkins, i. 25 dozen. Stamped Linens of all sorts. Buffet Scarfs, Splashers and Tidies. Bargains in every item. Bed Spreads. 11-4 white Marseilles finish Quilts, 73 c each. 11-4 extra weight Marseilles finish I Quilts, at considered cheap at Marseilles Spreads, full 11-4, extra finish, each. Full line high grade Marseilles Spreads, all styles and patterns, to each. JBlankets. To induce early buyers of Blan- kets we quote prices as found be- low, which are for- the week only. Buy now and save 10 to 20 per cent. Cold weather prices: 10-4 Puritan Blankets at pair. 10-4 Highland Blankets at pair. 10-4 Delaware Blankets at pair. io-4- Household Elide at pair. Oriental iamb's wool 11-4 Blankets at 587.00, worth San Jacinto 12-4 Blankets at worth Pall and Winter Under- wear. Men's fine Cashmere Shirts and Drawers, 500 each. Men's Superfine Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers, only 8jc each, worth BTen's all wool Casnmere STiirts in mode, slate and gold, at 980 each regular price Men's natural all wool Shirts and J. M. HIGH CO. 46, 48 and 50 Wliilctall St. Drawers for each; cannot be matched for less than Men's fine-ribbed all wool Suits, two shades, at per suit, worth elsewhere. Ladies' fine Swiss ribbed Vests and Pants for 430 each, worth 750. Ladies' Jersey fitting all wool Vests at 730, regular price Ladies' plain all wool scarlet Vests and Pants only 750 each, worth double. Ladies' superfine Astralian wool Vests and Pants at each, worth last season Ladies' Swiss ribbed Vests, in blue, pink and cream, for gSc, slightly soiled; valued at Boys' and Misses' Underwear in scarlet, natural and lamb's wool, plain and Swiss ribbed, at prices that will astonish you. Complete line of fine lamb's wool Shirts for Infants, all sizes. 476 drummers' samples of Men's Negligee Shirts, no two the same, your own price. This is a bargain. Hosiery. i case Ladies' tan and slate col- ored Lisle thread Hose, Z cases Ladies' ribbed aad plain black cotton Hose, J. M. High Co.'s-own fast black, warranted stainless, 2Jc; worth 400. i case Gents' full regular made Balbriggan half Hose, double heel and toe, 150; worth 250. 3 cases Misses' heavy-weight, fast black ribbed Hose, J. M. High Co.'s own fast black, guaranteed stainless, with double knees, 25c. i case Gents' medium weight, genuine British half hose, 2oc; reg- ular price 250. i case Ladies' medium weight, fast black irigrain Hose, Royal Stainless dye, warranted, 33 1-30. Card of fast black darning cotton with every pair of fast black Hose. Fall Prints. Complete line now in. Special of 5 cases Charter Oak Prints, dark colors, 50 yard. Fall Ginghams. 3 cases new dark Ginghams. Special quality to be sold at loc yd. Cassimere. For Men's and Boys' Pants and Suits. We are now showing a choice line at specially low prices. 20 pieces wool-mixed striped Cas- simere, special value at 250 yard. 30 pieces all wool tancy Cassi- mere, standard goods and nice pat- terns, 500 yard. At 750 yard, magnificent line of Columbia Cassimeres; sold every- where at yard, French Flannels. Beautiful line stripes, figures, light and dark grounds, 750 yard. Striped and Plaids, new patterns, 5oc yard. Plaid Flannel, special bargain at 350 yard; all wool. Fancy Cantons. Double-faced Cotton Flannels in plain colors and figures, 250 and 3Jc yard. White Flannels. New winter stock complete. White Wool Flannel, of extra quality, 250 yard. 32-inch all wool Quech.ee Mills White Flannel, at 400 yard. Yard-wide all pure wool Ballard Vale Flannel, 500 yard. Yard-wide Gilbert Flannel, extra soft wool, 650 yard. Bed Flannel. AH pare wool-twilled Red Flannel, wide and extra quality, 250 yard. J. M. HIGH CO, 46, 48 anrSO WMtetall St. MR COMING -IS----- -AND THE----- "Well Prepared MEET THE WANTS OF THE TRflDE. ITS SPECIALTY For This Week 500 PAIR Direct from the Mills. Jfosienj and Underwear hrtDO m i H -FOH- ies, Children and Infants! -AGENTS FOK- Jenness-Miller Patterns -----AND----- Underwear. CUTTER'S SILKS. Bring in your old Umbrella frames and have them re-covered in five minutes. Please call and examine our itock. Everything is entirely new and marked in plain figures, at >rices as low as any house in America. AIERIC1 NOTION CO., Formerly THE BEE HIVE STORE, 28 WHITEHALL ST. MARY RYAN'S WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, October 1st, 2d and 3d. The greatest display of the hoicest lines of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats ever seen in Atlanta. Miss Ryan has been in the east everal weeks, and has bought of he finest selections. This fact may ie attested by all who will visit her tore on opening days. She also las in stock, fresh from the all kinds and varieties of FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS, And everything usually kept in a Irst-class Millinery store. Give ter a calL 45 IHITEfflU STREET. TO PRINTERS! For Sale! aXMC OF SKELETON CHASES, inches, inside; also a lot of book chases uious sizes, witli cross-bars, all complete, and i contUtioTi. Address cosairruxiatf un ICK, AOULta. EWSPAPER NEWSPAPER!
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