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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA, GA.. SUNDAY, DECEMBEB 7, 189g TWENTY-FOUR PAGES 23 K WEEK IN SOCIETY. t PP ji OACU off cnitisxaxAs r SXIXGS Tianss, Society Circles Thero Is Mucfc Actir- tT The fflrat Cotillion of the Season. s and Their ,-atnas is not quite three weota off and the "J small talk is chiefly upon subjects to the holiday and their celebration. S three weeks have been very gay, and m tired people are everywhere to be average young man can stand. How- 'iJ PTid lor a while at least, has arrived, and sent week, -while it will furnish several de- Lf pntertaiiiinents, will bo far more which have immediately preceded it. return to Christmas. The stores are be- u> look --ay and leative with tJieir array Coeds'and f.mcy articles. What a it was that Chrifimas was all nature is moat bleakand m -u ijn-litcn ns up with the remembranco of miss and hope. The very thought of Christ- 'e us with a new spirit, Perhaps the peace- ".rrv happiness ol the time is brought bv onr thinking, for a season, so much more than of ourselves. yes; the stores ..tractive, and many people will soon.be about with numerous packages and on Commingled with pleasant 73110 tan'-v" -will ho much anxiety. It is so 'a decide what so-and-ao would like best. things liave been given her, you w thi3 daughter of luiury. She r that she wishes from balldresses to y bnc-a-hrac. There is the hand mirror in the heart-shaped be sure, but even the in" of her self-satisfaction must poll upon her and then tho hand mirror ,4 shows the same thing, self. lore this young girl, we wish You will find there what you are for. Appropos to the book storey, they uresent wonderful attractions just at this jascr. Many minds have been at wort all the fttvcWfor "ur amusement. Christmas books "Vbcen laying m wait, so to speak, and now 'i one great of beauty, are storming us; des these books there are the Christmas of all tbe different illustrated papers, a entertainment in themselves. Before 3 decide upon the diamond bracelet or the iart lotket, pay a visit to the book stores. Vftmona Frenchman, 1 it may well t'-re teen, said: "Life is never too short for Tjrtesy." How does it happen then that so many unanswered, much to the annoy- ce of the prospective hostess. Indeed this is no :o matter, as those who have Buffered from the of this negligence can testify. A., why were you not at Miss B.'fl recep- .DH last night'.'" LtWhy, because I had no escort, to be sure." Tliis etmck me as being very strange, for there t-ra no less than twenty young men present who alone and had to skirmish around consider- '7 to find a partner to take into supper. The lady was beautiful and very popular. Can one explain it. "IB ladies in Atlanta society are very propres- 11 and take up with enthusiasm all the pleasant ;opular new fashions and fads. One that has emanated from a New York woman's i ve brain is a "heart party." The New York i T says in describing It: "No one present vi be called heartless, lor hearts liled. The tables were hearts, the favors i hearts, and, as usual, the women were all This same paper also tells us that there i been a revival of the Spanish mantilla for >r wear, and that the attempt is being made ne women to dress in character; for in- to conceive a character, historical or other- 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 'asHowellJackson's "Cinderella and cliarm and beauty of her gaest, Miss i Johnston. The first to trv the slippers waa M 3 Cornelia Jackson and a second trial was un- es5.iry as Cinderella returned with many ijlrshes ontlie arm of tbe prince. Miss Jackson the heroine of the evening and very grace- fully did she acquit herself. None the leas enjoyable waa the evening recep- tion given by Miss Isma Dooly. Her pleasant borne was most gracefully decorated and the evening passed delightfully. XBS has a rare talent for entertaining and ono of her guests was the recipient of aany graceful attentions. The gown she appeared la was of unusual beauty, and was much admired. It was of heavy white silk, with demi-train, and extensively V nmedwitn esqnisltejduchesse lace. One can think of Miss Dooly's reception without Tibering the lovely costume worn by Miss rj -letta Inman. It was of white beaded tulle ji white silk, and was made in empire style, -a demi-train. The loose pleating around the it was caught with pink roses, and a of the same lovely flowers bordered the I ie ofthewaist. In the back from beneath the i- 7ide pink ribbon waa brought up to center zeck, and from there it fell in a long bow to 1. of the train. "White gloves and a bouquet hesse roses completed this lovely toilet, was so perfectly suited to its fair wearer. Inman seems to understand perfectly what Is -Ited to her costumes are always ele- t l i most delightfuL will visit herfrtend, BTM Iy thoughts and observations will be mere brief flashes, touching here and there with, delicate, gloomy rays, the recent glorious past." He paid sincere tributes to Macune and I other distinguished alHancemen. How the anti-Gordon alhaucerncn came to tlieir con- clusions is clearly Tho many famous Georgians who wore urged to accept the sen- atorship are delicately alluded to. Ho lectures Tuesday evening iu Atlanta at tho Gate City Guard's armory. Skeptical! Doubtful Convinced. the degrees of credulity with which an advertisement usually impresses the average mind. First, yon notice casually an advertise- ment, pass it, don't read it, again you see it, same thing, vi-ondcr what it is, reads it, still doubtful, next you rim agaiiibt it, "Well, I will see what it investigates. Then we have yon, you enquire, find out, go and see, and are convinced. So it is "Square Remedies." We attract your atten- tion by advertising; you investigate, are con- vinced we can cure vou- of Stricture, Gleet, Ca- tarrh, Hay Fever and diseases of that nature. You nay ua to be cured j wo are happy; vou are cured, and go away Bo on to tho end of the chapter. V. O. llox 104. A. D. Flagpr, M. Koom42, Old Capitol building. (Correspond- ence confidential.) Notice cut in this daper daily. Paus _______m The ropnlar Game of Tiddledy at John M. Miller's 31 Marietta street. fash naid for second hand furniture, carpets, stoves and other household and office goods. L. 31. Ives, Go and 67 Pcaclitrse street. Furniture New andSecond-Hand. I Thirtv-five dollar walnut dressing case suit, marble top, ten pieces, cost 3125; New sheval suit, ten pieces; S25, nice antique oak suit, ten walnut suit, marble, toilet, ten pieces. The beat suit in the market for the money. Fifteen dollars, neat bedroom smt, 10 pieces; sideboard, marble top; wardrobe, Sj. A full line of other household and office goods, stoves, cheap for cash. L. M. Ives, 65 and 67 Peach- tree' EXCUBSION TO ASHEVHJJC. S- O. Sonthcm Interstate Xmmicratlon Conven- tion. ion tickets will be Hold by all agents of Virginia ana Georgia railway am to Ashevme. N. C., December 13th, Hth, andlGth, at one fare for thn round trip, to tn ittend the Southern Interstate Imrai- ion convention, to be held December 17th, ajitll9th- Ticlcets good to retnrn untQ ber 1800- citizen shoald to dec W Tlddtodr Winfca 1 Tiddledy At Miller's, 31 Marietta, street.______ dtf a "We have the largest jewelry factory in the south and can furnish on short notice new, unique and original designs in diamond inountings; also have an immense stock of loose and mounteddiamonds. Maier Bcrkele, 93 Whitehall street. A Kind Donation. Mr. G. E. Johnson, the popular and generous candy manufacturer, requests THE CONSTITUTION' GRAND OPENING -OK- diristmasToys FANCY BRIC-A-BRAC, ETC. SANTA CLAUS HAS COME AND ARRIVED AT 22d "and 2Dd, and he will present each one pound of his fine candies free of charge. Remem- ber the days and dates. G. E. JOHNSON, 59 East Alabama street. Shepard'a B. B. Cologne is the most lasting of all perfumes, and its delicacy recommends it to ail refinedpeopje._______ Boker's Bitters, renowned since 1823. Finest to the palate, best for the stomach. Pure or mixed. Never be without it. Fnnfce, Jr., Sole M- and Prop., New York. 9 28 ly sun To Men. Living outside of Atlanta, we wish to call your particular attention to Square Remedies, the guaranteed cure for stricture, gleet, nay fever and catarrh. A painless and simple method of self- treatment. An entirely "o knife. Controlled absolutely by M. 13. Address for treatise, P. O. hmt 104. All correspondence cnnflilential. Ofllce f ,-t T ,1 see .-nl For many years past, 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 country. In order to sustain our well-known reputation on these goods, we have bought very extensively this season, and are now prepared to show you more Cnristmas Novelties than all the stores in Atlanta combined. Commencing tomorrow we will offer special bargains in Dolls, Wagons, Velocipedes, Doll Carriages, Chairs, Drums, Writing Desks, Sulkys, Goat Wagons, Toy Pianos, etc. The largest and finest assortment of Fancy Glassware, Crockery, and Bric-a-Brac ever exhibited in this city. Hungarian Vases, Empress Ware, Victoria Ware, Pointon Ware, Tapestry Ware, Doulten Ware, Taplitz Ware, Caledonian Ware, Bohemian Ware, Royal Worcester, etc., Borm, Pure China Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Berry Sets, Ice Cream Sets, Cut Glass Sets, Tete-a-Tete Sets, Game Sets, Fish Sets, etc. The finest, largest, and most magnificent assortment ever shown in the southern states. JOHN RYAN'S SONS. PRECIOUS STOf DIAMONDS, RUBIES, SAPPHIRES, EMERALDS, OPALS, PEARLS. CHAIRS. See our high back, arm, fancy Rocker for ladies and gentlemen. A bargain for Rhodes Hav- erty Furniture Co. "Ware Owens REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 41 S. Broad, Cor. Alabama St. Our facilities for securing gem stones are uneqaled by any house in tha south. Purchasing in Europe we import our goods directly through the Atlanta Custom House. We can save you 20 per cent and furnish flawless stones. Get our prices before purchasing. J. P. Stevens Bfoi, street, 8-rnom residence. Belgian blocks, water, gas bathroom, etc. Cicely fur- nished and fronting 03x150. "West End, Ib-room residence with all convenient outhouses. This takeb with it ten acres of ground with ,1 frontage of about feet and four new avenue property. pannG 12 to 14 per cent. All improvements new; belgian blocks and sidewalks Jaid and paid for. 5-room houses on lof renting for S25 per month and never vacant. Li-room houses on 150 feet front and corner, renting for btrert lot, 25x140. A store on this lot would pay handsomely. fatreet. fc-room pas. Crater, bathroom, and electric pars run by the door. little place on Strong street, -will ronl to white tenants for S10. SI street, corner lot. near new church. of the prettiest 50-foot lots on Jack- son street; improvements all down and paid City street, 2-r li and lot 50x100; room for one more house on it. street lot 50x175 to 15-foot alley; sewer paid for. for one of the neatest, cosiest 5-room cot- taRCH on the eouth eide, one-half block from car line. lots on Fort street, 4Gx300 each- S3 street, C-room cottage, new folding doors, hve mirrors, batbroum. gas, etc., 50x170 to an alley. acres near the city that we can con- vince any man there IB money in. h on Alexander street, sidewalk paid for, lot 50x153. If you want a little home, yoa can't do 1-etter than buy this. street corner lot, SJxIOO to an 7-r h, 2-stones, lot 90x280; ul shade street C-r h, new and well built, lot 503.200 anil fronts two .street1-. S3 Morris street; will make five lots that will sell in the spimg for each. SI 100 for lot on Anpier avenue; adjoins lot same size; held for ____ Hunter street corner lot, 100x235. level and well --haded; will make five good lots- new electric IJHC to run this sireet. 81 avenue 4-r h, lot 50x150, gOOO cash, balance per month. -with 7-r h, 120x180. Boulevard lot 70x175. So avenue S-room residence, nicely furnished, gas, water, etc., lot 70x245, running through to Kankin street. Teams always ready to show property. WARE OAVEXS. Cor. Alabama and Broad. CHAIRS. fSee our high back, arm, fancy Bocker for ladies and gentlemen. A bargain
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