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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE 7, 189g TWENTY-FOUR PAGES 23 K WEEK IN t PP ji off r Society Circles Thero Is tT The Cotillion of the s and Their is not quite three off and the small talk is chiefly upon subjects to the holiday and their S three weeks have been very and m tired people are everywhere to be average young man can lor a while at has and sent it will furnish several de- Lf will bo far more which have immediately preceded it. return to The stores are be- look and with array What a it was that was all nature is moat m -u ns up with the of miss and The very thought of 'e us with a new Perhaps the happiness ol the time is brought bv onr for a so much more than of the stores and many people will about with numerous packages and on Commingled with pleasant 73110 ho much It is so 'a decide what would like things liave been given you w daughter of She r that she wishes from to y There is the hand mirror in the heart-shaped be but even the of her self-satisfaction must poll upon her and then tho hand mirror shows the same lore this young we wish You will find there what you are to the book they wonderful attractions just at this Many minds have been at wort all the Christmas books laying m so to and now one great of are storming des these books there are the Christmas of all tbe different illustrated a entertainment in Before 3 decide upon the diamond bracelet or the iart pay a visit to the book 1 it may well is never too short for How does it happen then that so many much to the ce of the prospective Indeed this is no as those who have Buffered from the of this negligence can why were you not at Miss last because I had no to be me as being very for there no less than twenty young men present who alone and had to skirmish around to find a partner to take into The lady was beautiful and very Can one explain it. ladies in Atlanta society are very 11 and take up with enthusiasm all the pleasant new fashions and One that has emanated from a New York woman's i ve brain is a The New York i T says in describing one present vi be called lor hearts The tables were the favors i as the women were all This same paper also tells us that there i been a revival of the Spanish mantilla for and that the attempt is being made ne women to dress in for in- to conceive a historical or and dress in accordance with it. ciety was very gay last week and it to l' e to which entertainment special mention e. Every one was delighted with the success t and and beauty of her Miss i The first to trv the slippers waa M 3 Cornelia Jackson and a second trial was un- as Cinderella returned with many arm of tbe Miss Jackson the heroine of the evening and very fully did she acquit None the leas enjoyable waa the evening tion given by Miss Isma Her pleasant borne was most gracefully decorated and the evening passed has a rare talent for entertaining and ono of her guests was the recipient of graceful The gown she appeared la was of unusual and was much It was of heavy white with and extensively V One can think of Miss reception without the lovely costume worn by Miss rj It was of white beaded tulle ji white and was made in empire -a The loose pleating around the it was caught with pink and a of the same lovely flowers bordered the I ie In the back from beneath the i- 7ide pink ribbon waa brought up to center and from there it fell in a long bow to 1. of the gloves and a bouquet hesse roses completed this lovely was so perfectly suited to its fair Inman seems to understand perfectly what Is to her costumes are always and 1 delightful entertainment given daring nst was the old-fashioned quilting by Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry in of Miss and her Titles The young ladies were invited and quilted on a blue and red silk quilt 7 the gentlemen cos which was typically old table decoration waa the half of a pumpkin filled with On each corner old-fashioned also filled with At one end of the table was a roast pig 1 an apple in its and on other a many other equally appetizing s were The young ladies appeared calico fantastically Dancing was indulged in and the lasted until a late This like all the charming Captain and Jackson delight society was gracefully and greatly 1 first cotillion of the season occur on December 9th, in the Kimball and will bo aoi entirely elegant This cotillion has long been looked forward that it is BO near at every one if pleasant It will begin t 10 and will be led by Mr. The ballroom will he most 1 -ally decorated by the combined efforts ol and Mr. and an extensive and supper will ba r tlic skilful direction of tbe committee it will certainly prove a complete most enjoyable entertainment will Boon be under the able direction of Mias Ella assisted by Fomo of her for the it of the Marietta Street mission and the Jackson Monument It given on the evening of tho at the ice of Miss and will consist of 2: lice between twelve young lawyers of the brightest which be by a delightful musical It prove a tions aro out to an observation to by Mrs. Spence to a few of her young in honor of her Misa on at 2 give a tiddledy winks i Wednesday in honor of Mies L J s dad her Miss Pauline is as popular a woman and the party i most delightfuL will visit h shortly after mss her bright tf Iss tbe of Mrs. Clarence Knowles i Those Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knowles Vlies Miss Mr. Mr. Paine Mr. Marsh anu Mr. i Dr. Nicolson gave fa very delightful dinner to Mrs. Clarence Knowlea and her guest yesterday Misa Eva of Is visiting of this on Hams Tno invitations to the coming reception social of the Northern Society will be redeemed Friday night at the elegant society rooms in c apito Forsyth The programme will include music and tions by some of tho most popular local and be followed by light A pleasant feature ol the occasion will be the commingling of the members with their as each member 11 privileged to invite a southern The rooms are among the most elegant in the city and are very conveniently and delightfully situated on the the former office of the secretary of At the last meeting of the executive committee it was voted to add checkers and dominoes to the attractions of the also a all of which have been Mr. Pryor Mynatt will he one among the Atlanta party to visit Athens next week for tbe purpose of attending the entertainment to be given by Mr. J. H. Mr. Mynatt will be the guest of Mr. Guy C. Mr. 3, member of the house of representatives from Appling and his bride have been at the Kimball since their recent marriage and will remain there until after the legislature T. Victor Smith will spend the holidays Yoik and the Mrs. G. M. of Js visiting tives in Miss of W. continue her Christian Science Bible reading at the Unitarian Sunday at 3 At the matinee of Little Thursday a box party was tendered Misses Lizzie Lillian Lochrane and Ethel There will be a concert given at the residence of Rev. J. W. Monday at 8 for the the Park Street ist An unusually fine programme has been and among those who will participate are Misses Carrie Matthews and Lelia G. two of Atlanta's most gifted The names of these artistic soloists on a are alone sufficient to Insure the success of the concert Mr. R. A. Johnson and family are for the ent at the Ballard Their delightful home in End has been rented for- the The anniversary dance of the will be given Friday December 2Ctb, at the residence of Mrs. Kate on Ivy will no doubt be one of tho happiest events of the It will be given in a most ing On tho committee are James L. Sam C. H. Kiser and Quincy Invitations are out for the marriage of Mr. Charles T. Bunch and Miss Annie Lou which ia announced to take place on December at G at the Walker street Methodist Mrs. W. L. Brock and little Wise Nellie of are of W. L. Little MIflS daughter of Mr. M. is very sick at her father's The recitations of Miss Jennie Echols at the residence of Mr. A. the casion of the visit of the confederate received the highest commendations of all who heard Miss Echols is undoubtedly very talented young and sho has made for herself an enviable reputation in her particular She has also been very successful in and her friends feel confident they have the right to expect truly great things from At 1 o'clock on the afternoon of November 27, 1S30, at tho home of M. A. in this Miss Carrie Martin and Mr. J. T. Prather were united In J. Myrick The attendants were 3. Martin and Misa Frankie S. A. Martin and Miss A large witnessed the and many and handsome were the given to the happy Mr. Prather is a gentleman of sterling and Miss the young is one of est and will prove a. blessing 10 him who now claims her as his After a sump the couple left for St. Fla where they will The writer slings the shoe of good luck and wishes for this happy couple a paradise on Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook have removed from Chicago to where Mr. Cook will enter Ho is building an elegant dence on the old Whitlock hotel Mrs. as Misa Willie had many friends in At- who will be glad to know gias re- turned to Georgia to THB OF Memorial Exercises in All Lodges of tlie Today is the day set apart by the of tho Benevolent and Order of the Elks for a touching and beautiful Lodge of In every Elk throughout the length and breadth of the at 11 o'clock exercises will be held in memory of the bers of the order who have departed this In the Atlanta lodge interesting exercises be During the past year two bers of tho order have died in Chatlie one of the most popular members of the Atlanta and Mr. W. G. of the Brooklyn died at the hospital Addresses will be delivered by Mr. Thomas Cobb exalted ruler of the Dr. F. O. Stockton and other officers and members of the It is especially urged that all members ol the lodge be Mrs. Cleveland Send 25 cents to The Home Magazine and they will send you the magazine for a whole year and a premium worth nearly It ia the most wonderful offer yet you eat to or live to Then goto ause's Cafe Old Capitol A POSTER J. TSS And la Enjoined from Mr. DeGive Partly tbe Old Atlanta can produce a novelty at any The latest is a It began early but attracted no attention The moving factions J. Dooley on one side and Mrs. C. Webster on the Tho war brings up an old Several years ago Martin Dooley was At- lanta's and a good one he But some three yearn ago he retired from the his Mrs. Ms retirement a suit for divorce was filed against and signed an agreement by which he abdicated the business for Dooley then went back to his trade and for three years Atlanta has had BO more sober Dooley managed the business quite but the last few months has grown tired of the hard and a willingness to dispose of an The greater part of tho work cornea from the opera and to Mr. DeGive Mrs. Dooley made known her desire to have no said Mr. the party is tho right but I want to talk with you before you consummate any One day this week a gentleman entered Mr. and introduced himself as W. C. He informed Mr. DeGive that he had purchased an interest in the This was the first intimation of the trade Mr. DeGive Before Mr. Webster pulled out an agreement he wished Mr. DeGive to Mr. DeGive asked that tbe paper be lelt with and that Mr. call Later in the day read the It required him to give all his work to the hill posters for a term of five For this work Mr. DeGive was to pay tho same price in money he has been paying for and to cive tho same number of tickets to each When Mr. ster called later Mr. DeGive can't sign that I want to be certain about my replied Mr. I can't sign that By it I am the only party It doesn't bind you to I have had my work done for fifteen years and have never signed an agreement If you want to do the work you can go on as others Mr. Webster refused to accept the terms and told Mr. that he would not post a for him unless ho did sign and that he would not allow him to use any of the At that time the poster had paper for two coming post said Mr. Mr. ster refused to do and Mr. asked him to send tho paper to the opera Mr. Webster did so. On Friday Mr. to the East Tennessee where Mr. Dooley has working hard for three and hired to do his posting for the opera Mr. Dooley went to some parties who owned boards for tho use of which Mrs. Dooley had been paving When her connection with tho opera house work ceased Mr. DeGive quit issuing tho On boards and new ones Mr. Dooley posted tho But he waa stopped During tho day Mrs. Dooley and Mr. stor went before Judge Marshall Clarke and secured an injunction preventing Mr. Dooley from further The was granted upon the ment Dooley signed three years ago and will bo next In it Dooley is en- joined and poster in Atlanta is en- joined from assisting made every effort said Mr. assist Mrs. and we pot along all After Mr. Webter fame to me with his demands I Mrs. she would advise him to go but her reply informed me that Mr. Webster YI as to act. I givel n I never But I am willing to let them go on and keep the work as long as it will you up boards of my own and get a They cau of but without my HON. GAZ His Lecture in to bo Repeated a It was a great Hon. Gaz of lectured in Rome Friday night to one of the largest and most brilliant audiences ever gathered in the The lecture has no political its de- sign being to though dealing largely with political As a literary effort it was As he promised at the Mr. elucidated the processes of alliance and shed lantern beams athwart the hidden teries of the famous and immortal I have to he not in the lino of deep study and laborious re- thoughts and observations will be mere brief touching here and there gloomy the recent glorious He paid sincere tributes to Macune and I other distinguished How the came to con- is clearly Tho many famous Georgians who wore urged to accept the are delicately alluded Ho lectures Tuesday evening iu Atlanta at tho Gate City Doubtful the degrees of credulity with which an advertisement usually impresses the average yon notice casually an pass don't read again you see same what it reads still next you rim I will see what it Then we have you find go and and are So it is We attract your tion by you are con- we can cure of Hay Fever and diseases of that You nay ua to be cured j wo are vou are and go away Bo on to tho end of the V. O. llox 104. A. D. M. Old Capitol ence Notice cut in this daper Paus The Game of Tiddledy at John M. Miller's 31 Marietta fash naid for second hand stoves and other household and office L. 31. Go and 67 Furniture New I dollar walnut dressing case marble ten cost 3125; New sheval ten nice antique oak ten walnut ten The beat suit in the market for the Fifteen neat bedroom 10 marble A full line of other household and office cheap for L. M. 65 and 67 TO S- O. Interstate ion tickets will be Hold by all agents of Virginia ana Georgia railway am to N. December 13th, at one fare for thn round to tn the Southern Interstate ion to be held December 17th, good to ber 1800- citizen shoald to dec W 1 Tiddledy At 31 dtf a have the largest jewelry factory in the south and can furnish on short notice unique and original designs in diamond also have an immense stock of loose and Maier 93 Whitehall A Kind Mr. G. E. the popular and generous candy requests THE GRAND OPENING FANCY ETC. SANTA CLAUS HAS COME AND ARRIVED AT 22d 2Dd, and he will present each one pound of his fine candies free of ber the days and G. E. 59 East Alabama B. B. Cologne is the most lasting of all and its delicacy recommends it to ail renowned since 1823. Finest to the best for the Pure or Never be without it. Sole M- and New 9 28 ly sun To Living outside of we wish to call your particular attention to Square the guaranteed cure for nay fever and A painless and simple method of self- An entirely Controlled absolutely by M. 13. Address for P. O. hmt 104. All correspondence f T see For many years we have been noted for carrying the largest stock of Christmas Toys and Fancy Bric-a-Brac at the LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED in this part of the In order to sustain our well-known reputation on these we have bought very extensively this and are now prepared to show you more Novelties than all the stores in Atlanta Commencing tomorrow we will offer special bargains in Doll Writing Goat Toy etc. The largest and finest assortment of Fancy and Bric-a-Brac ever exhibited in this Hungarian Empress Victoria Pointon Tapestry Doulten Taplitz Caledonian Bohemian Royal Pure China Dinner Tea Berry Ice Cream Cut Glass Tete-a-Tete Game Fish etc. The and most magnificent assortment ever shown in the southern JOHN RYAN'S PRECIOUS STOf See our high fancy Rocker for ladies and A bargain for Rhodes erty Furniture Co. Owens REAL ESTATE 41 S. Alabama St. Our facilities for securing gem stones are by any house in tha Purchasing in Europe we import our goods directly through the Atlanta Custom We can save you 20 per cent and furnish flawless Get our prices before J. P. Stevens 8-rnom Belgian gas etc. Cicely and fronting 03x150. residence with all convenient This with it ten acres of ground with frontage of about feet and four new avenue 12 to 14 per cent. All improvements belgian blocks and sidewalks Jaid and paid 5-room houses on lof renting for per month and never houses on 150 feet front and renting for 25x140. A store on this lot would pay and electric pars run by the little place on Strong ronl to white tenants for SI corner near new of the prettiest 50-foot lots on son improvements all down and paid City 2-r li and lot 50x100; room for one more house on it. street lot 50x175 to 15-foot sewer paid for one of the cosiest 5-room taRCH on the one-half block from car lots on Fort 4Gx300 new folding hve 50x170 to an acres near the city that we can con- vince any man there IB money in. h on Alexander sidewalk paid lot 50x153. If you want a little yoa can't do 1-etter than buy street corner to an 7-r 2-stones, lot 90x280; ul shade street C-r new and well lot 503.200 anil fronts two Morris will make five lots that will sell in the for SI 100 for lot on Anpier adjoins lot same held for Hunter street corner 100x235. level and well will make five good new electric to run this 81 avenue 4-r lot 50x150, balance per 7-r 120x180. Boulevard lot 70x175. So avenue nicely lot 70x245, running through to Kankin Teams always ready to show WARE Alabama and our high fancy Bocker for ladies and A bargain
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