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F -w" -w" -w" psssSajS unfetterediSSvS- unfetterediSSvS- I'Wa I'Wa rountr-only rountr-only rountr-only tJLx memory of our i In England a woman u who who when but a a flit solntion solntion of enlisting enlisting a t -1 -1 as a marine on one of tha tha i bound for the East-IadSi East-IadSi East-IadSi I much courage that aheviai bted. bted. Her Her sex was was unkno Bt could could never be claimed claimed claimed 1 b success success waa waa due due to pen dangerously dangerously e e ball herself herself herself discovered discovered and le he returned returned to her nauvj ter England England England where her Be spread spread abroad. abroad. The ratlon of her really great Ir a a pension pension of twenty i f f years and laden Wapplng. Wapplng. Wapplng. Wapplng. l/io l/io l/io l/io of le asked asked Miss Miss Harrison. Harrison. Harrison. Harrison. tar lof the Klndergatea Klndergatea It she would do do with ison does not believe believe believe la la It for any offense. offense. offense. L -It -It -It would depend entWy entWy fcf lie It .was. .was. Her tils too often treated locally. locally. J constltutlonaUy constltutlonaUy trestel trestel trestel IL IL I many many different different sorts sorts of Be UJ ent sorts sorts of fevers. fevers. nple. nple. exaggeration exaggeration exaggeration k s of imagination. imagination. imagination. imagination. That U' U' teaching teaching accuracy rf obttT child child count count all th objaaj objaaj Se him him hold hold steadUy steadUy to prevea prevea prevea j ere ere is is the He He of jmlng jmlng everything everything for for IttettM Make Make It seem seem not wortbiil wortbiil I which which denies Is ta fault of i lshment lshment has has beat beat given' given' given' Is Is to be corrected corrected m m toe toe i dest "fault "fault "fault to correct- correct- U U tb tb d I Jlle. Jlle. It always always conM conM e e seems to be ont ont et the Jealous chfld chfld the other. other. Make Iher's Iher's life in Is It were and effective effective decoratloa Jto quality not juanniy juanniy Ipon a time a a womtt fr blossoms blossoms gave a vr was In the depth irere worth muctt silver. silver. silver. silver. She had had them them and and gave huge sweet sweet "oHVw.DAKttlA1' "oHVw.DAKttlA1' "oHVw.DAKttlA1' la S OFFICE OFFICE r--Af r--Af r--Af HOUZMi wk kai kai been a crowded with uin tie tie first of of tha tha season season and entertainments entertainments entertainments in d to almoit almoit f00 Qttick Qttick succession. succession. succession. succession. succession. succession. lu lu clos' clos' clos' themselves themselves or to others others left them for the frivoli- frivoli- frivoli- Lent comes. comes. n by the Young Ladles' Ladles' Ladles' Ladles' Ladles' decidedly decidedly the most most com- com- com- com- ever known in 7t the the Kimhall Kimhall never looked Tie Tie Tie favor favor table was an ofwlorandaUofthe as as could be. be. At sup- sup- sup- company made a bright bright the the Wbles Wbles which were ar- ar- banquet banquet room room so as M M e hollow sqiare. sqiare. sqiare. sqiare. It wai wai wai interesting interesting to look down whit whit "wo "wo "wo "wo bright in and surrounded by so so so fairly arrayed arrayed and the .wa .wa marked by the gayest an an enthusiasm enthusiasm unusual unusual near O'clock's O'clock's O'clock's cofiflon cofiflon Thursday Thursday f TO TO TO TO bnU'ant bnU'ant bnU'ant bnU'ant bnU'ant and elegant affair affair And besides besides besides these two iton iton iton w M"38 M"38 M"38 Wilkius's Wilkius's Wilkius's Wilkius's Wilkius's reception j7jBnber of of very very elegant elegant elegant card parties er Parties flnd flnd 80 80 forth forth luncheon at the Aragon JJMjf the smoothest and most most ee- ee- ee- ee- ojoyed ojoyed by a small and con- con- con- con- tr of feminine creatures. creatures. creatures. creatures. The iersdf. iersdf. iersdf. iersdf. iersdf. M M M &e &e &e presided at the rose- rose- jjhil with with with with with that that Irresistible Irresistible charm charm charm and fncft wtitb wtitb 8 hers- hers- made PctTire PctTire tod tod ii ii the the lilies and as radiant as MH MH MH thit thit adorned the dainty dainty board. board. ftuik ftuik ftuik Foster of Augusta Augusta to whom on was was was given. given. given. wM wM wM leave leave for her a a a Monday. Monday. During her stay here twiJsl twiJsl twiJsl many lovely lovely courtesies courtesies paid her her friends. friends. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Foster as as as JJHJ JJHJ Vwon Vwon was was a reigning belle in society society society society and and since her her marriage marriage marriage noted noted socialjeader. socialjeader. socialjeader. socialjeader. socialjeader. socialjeader. She is clerer clerer woman woman woman whose origi- origi- jj sever sever sever strained strained strained and whose whose briEiancy briEiancy l fff wearisome. wearisome. wearisome. TLompkius TLompkius TLompkius TLompkius gave a beauti- beauti- beauti- nd matinee matinee matinee party yesterday Jtetof little Annie Foster Foster Foster of Augusta. Augusta. of roses roses roses were were used upon o ami ami ami ami the menu was delicious jj MpirmilY MTieu. MTieu. iliusa yiuacu Fcstf-r Fcstf-r Fcstf-r Fcstf-r of Augusta Augusta Living- Living- Living- n Maude Tompkins Janet Janet Bessie Bessie Bessie Tompkins. Tompkins. entertained entertained entertained entertained entertained a a a a congenial com- com- com- com- dcs at at an elegant luncheon Carnatioiis Carnatioiis Carnatioiis Carnatioiis adorned the table id id the the fietty fietty fietty souvenirs which jcoTer. jcoTer. jcoTer. jcoTer. jcoTer. jcoTer. The menu menu was was eiquis- eiquis- eiquis- eiquis- eiquis- eiquis- Jlibdiinty pcifection pcifection pcifection pcifection and most eJabo- eJabo- eJabo- eJabo- eJabo- eJabo- Igjti elegantly elegantly served. served. served. served. served. Those Those present Wiso. Wiso. Wiso. Wiso. Wiso. Wiso. of Maeou Maeou Miss Miss Miss i t Nashville Nashville Miss Woodruff of of Misj Misj Misj Misj Moore of Mobile Miss iande. iande. iande. Miss Miss Markham Miss Wilkins Wilkins Miss Arnold Miss Miss Miss Mmh. Mmh. Mmh. Mmh. h Robert Robert Lowry Lowry Lowry entertained entertained entertained a num- num- num- num- lady friends yesterday at an at the Commercial Commercial Commercial Club. Club. 9ittb TM TM a jrmphony jrmphony jrmphony in roses roses roses roses roses roses roses roses and and and and the menu was very df- df- df- df- df- df- ISa tad tad tad beautifully served. served. r umonneement umonneement umonneement of the the engagement Botwrt Botwrt L. L. Foreman and and Miss was formally made made a few runs runs runs people among their svch svch svch a state affairs j j accepted accepted for some some time by all Itartheai. Itartheai. wJI wJI wJI wJI wJI be a quiet but very 1 wu cffiiir cffiiir and will occur on the jU Aprl Aprl Aprl A A A A reception to a few in- in- in- Ifeltt a.U a.U will will follow the ceremony. ceremony. I ft A I W rtmnj rtmnj rtmnj meu and women are agi- agi- agi- Kmsdves Kmsdves Kmsdves Kmsdves conceruing conceruing the costumes costumes i Newman's Newman's Newman's Newman's Newman's Newman's fancy ball evening. evening. evening. evening. Of course there fflnnberletes fflnnberletes characters characters characters characters that that that that themselves themselves themselves themselves but but it is very dif- dif- dif- dif- i to find among them them a a a char- char- char- char- char- costume costume pleaaes pleaaes his or her icy So many of the most at- at- at- 5j8NOaiacterg have" have" been done to death ttctlicrs ttctlicrs ttctlicrs require some attribute not not not Vythe anxious anxious searcher searcher searcher for nov- nov- nov- nov- nov- nov- J5 W the story goes. goes. A cro d of the matter aud aud aud to one maid it was suggested suggested that U U life. life. Just Just what what what the the costume costume K however no one could could say as Jictnreof Jictnreof Life ther ther could remem- remem- that that which represents him in the sash. sash. sash. sash. A fancy fancy ball gives opportunity opportunity for a woman woman woman S to shgw shgw shgw it iu iu all its sumptn- sumptn- sumptn- sumptn- fSi on sucb- sucb- sucb- occasions those those those those nQl adornnents adornnents can dinlar dinlar dinlar them in i" i" a a orjtUiiiae orjtUiiiae whose hair glittered robe8 robe8 Uke Uke snnlight snnlight over women women caps of r DD00 DD00 their lovely locks Froa Froa we can can get endless ideas for rep- rep- -ADrora -ADrora -ADrora Isfa Isfa Hebe. Hebe. Hebe. Daphue Daphue fl make lovely characters irenroduction. irenroduction. irenroduction. 'V- 'V- 'V- 8u d Goode have Issued Issued a dancing party party on next ionor ionor of the Misses Misses one one of great of shon shon to the Youth' Youth' Youth' Youth' to the one of the handsomest handsomest handsomest editions editions editions de Luxe Luxe ver ver ver published published published published by Harper Harper Bros. Bros. Th edition la la la entitled entitled entitled the the "Mirror "Mirror of of Fair Women and and Theodore Theodore Theodore Child la the author author of the the text which goes goes goes with the illustrations. illustrations. illustrations. illustrations. illustrations. illustrations. illustrations. There are superb photogravure copies of many many of the famous famous pictures pictures of of noted women from from from from the the the old masters. masters. masters. masters. Mr Mr Fallicant Fallicant Fallicant is is a clever clever writer also also and will oon oon take trip trip to Mirico Mirico Mirico Mirico to to the Interest of wme wme wme eadbg eadbg eadbg southern paper paper paper paper paper The picture which which graces this this this Sunday' Sunday' Sunday' Sunday' Sunday' Sunday' odety odety odety odety page page ii ii ii ii that of Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa Emma Emma Emma Wise ne of the greatest greatest belle belle belle ever known in .lacon .lacon .lacon .lacon .lacon .lacon society society and indeed one one one one of the most most popular and and liandsome liandsome liandsome young young girls in the whole whole south. south. Miu Miu Wise Wise Wise has has has the dark ilowing ilowing ilowing beauty beauty beauty of of an an oriental woman. woman. woman. woman. woman. woman. let let let superb superb eyes her ripe red lip lip and pearly teeth and her complexion complexion as as soft and rich as as a a peach peach all suggest those those mystical mystical mystical eastern eastern eastern beauties beauties renowned renowned in in in in his- his- ory and nag nag of by the great poets. poets. poets. poets. From icr entrance entrance entrance Into Into Into society society she wa wa wa a reigning belle. belle. She She She She She atti acted acted without aa aa aa effort the admiration that that many others longed longed for for and strived strived to gain. gain. gain. gain. She has the rare and flattering chirm chirm chirm chirm in woman of being a good listener as veil veil veil veil as a good talker. talker. That is one of the many many reasons reasons why her drawing room is always filled with a a a a host of admirers and she she is always the center center center of of a circle circle of devotees devotees devotees at all all social affairs. affairs. affairs. affairs. Her home is one of the most elegant in Macon and her entertainments are noted for their sumptuousness and grace. grace. She has has every every every every blessing that wealth wealth and a a high social position can can bestow and and she has has used them them v v ith ith the the the cleverness given rarely to a beautiful woman. woman. woman. woman. Duriug Duriug Duriug Duriug her j visit visit here to Miss Miss Miss Bigby she has held held held jnauy jnauy jnauy hearts hearts hearts captive and received received received received received innumerable innumerable innumerable lovely lovely social social honors. honors. honors. Mis Metilla Metilla Feuche Feuche Feuche of Rome Rome Ga. Ga. has recently been publishing publishing some some poems of decided merit in the the state papers. papers. Miss Fouche is is a daughter of the late late Simpson Simpson Simpson Fouche and and and from her father has inherited inherited a mind of great brilliancy brilliancy which she has has cultivated cultivated constantly since since childhood. childhood. childhood. childhood. She is is considered one of the the finest teachers in the south. south. south. south. M Miss Miss Miss Isabel Castleman after a delightful visit to friend friend friend iu iu Columbus is now the guest of her uncle Colonel William Garrard in Savannah- Savannah- Savannah- An elegant elegant inter- inter- tainment tainment tainment was given given there in her honor Tuesday evening and her visit Is one continual social ovation. ovation. ovation. ovation. ovation. ovation. Miss Miss Miss Castleman Castleman is not only a very handsome and stylish girl girl but She She is witty and original In In a fashion fashion that that makes her society society society a constant constant delight delight She will return to to Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta in two weekse. weekse. Isn't Isn't Isn't Isn't it rather hard to believe that a history history class eleven eleven eleven years old old old exists in this city of fashion fashion and frivolity Exists I may say say say in the very very heart heart of this this fashion and and frivolity since since many of the women known as social leaders are members of this wonderful ancient history class. class. It met on last last Friday afternoon and was addressed for the first time by a man. man. What What cah cah you Imagine Imagine was the subject for brilliant brilliant oratorical eloquence and discussion Why "The "The "The Eights Eights Eights of Women In Ancient Home Home forsooth ind ind ind ind Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Blewett Lee was the gentleman who exiounded and unearthed these rights so clearly and Indisputably Indisputably as to make every woman preset preset preset feel herself herself a much injured creature and to alnwst alnwst alnwst wish herself herself herself born thousands of years years years years aro aro when women wore sandals sandals and went fV. fV. .v. .v. o. o. iPtv without a corset. corset. iTm told that Mr. Mr. Lee Lee Lee who knows knows more about everything that that most most men twice-his twice-his twice-his an. an. an. an. an. did actually actually actually prove that the women of ancient Borne Borne Borne were far ahead of Dr. Dr. Mary Mary Walker and Belva Belva Belva Lockwood on the rights rights rights Tam ully ully prepared prepared to believe this and to sanction also the garments of the Boman Boman Boman maid maid maid and matron matron in the face of the dire dire fashions that fata fata seems to be bringing bringing to us from those wretched wretched modistes modistes modistes in Paris. Paris. Anything Anything Anything say say I. I. I. save these horrible hoops and the the other monstrosities that go go with them. them. Let us us us have have corsetless corsetless corsetless Grecian robes robes empire frocks that look like nixht nixht rob- rob- anything anything anything in the wide world glimpsy glimpsy glimpsy and formless formless rather than crinoline. crinoline. A fashionable woman woman woman here has just received from her NewYork modiste a dress whose skirt skirt is five yards wide and and all the the new dresses dresses are showing showing skirts with these stiff little frills and far-apart far-apart far-apart far-apart far-apart bias bands that are are seen seen adorninA adorninA adorninA adorninA the prim prim ladies in the ante-bellum ante-bellum ante-bellum ante-bellum ante-bellum frshion frshion frshion books. books. These skirts are not yet so so dreadful. dreadful. dreadful. dreadful. dreadful. They are simply simply the forerunners of of fashions more.ter- more.ter- more.ter- more.ter- rible rible to come. come. The story goes goes goes goes goes goes that several several crinoline crinoline manufactories manufactories manufactories have begun begun work ia ia view view view of the coming coming coming coming mode. mode. Lt Lt Lt Lt u hope hope however however that that thosjB thosjB thosjB industries industries may become wrecked as as as was was that of a bustle bustle factory vhich vhich had just prepared prepared itself to do a great business when bustles bustles suddenly suddenly went out of of fashionable favor. favor. The subject of woman woman woman and and her bump bump was was ably and humorously humorously discussed discussed discussed in a a a late number number of Vogue a very very deter deter deter and artistic recent publication. publication. publication. publication. The masculine masculine masculine mind of the writer with great unction inquired why why woman with her advancement advancement advancement her artistic instincts her lov of beauty beauty beauty beauty and so so forth forth forth Tvbuld Tvbuld insist insist upon the the hump In In somq somq form form form or other Why I Ifc.1 Ifc.1 Ifc.1 Ifc.1 wondet wondet e ha nerer. nerer. nerer. nerer. beeav imoat .the .the hump hump save save when when d d has doaaed doaaed th tailor-mad tailor-mad tailor-mad tailor-mad tailor-mad tailor-mad tailor-mad were horrible humps humps the modern modern aleere aleere aleere la la the the the humplesl humplesl humplesl hump that that wa era era era era tramped tramped tramped tramped up up by a a a woman' woman' woman' woman' woman' woman' woman' Ingenuity Ingenuity and'the and'the and'the hoop hoop akirt akirt will i e a a contintity contintity contintity contintity of hmnps. hmnps. hmnps. hmnps. hmnps. hmnps. hmnps. Noticing Noticing this this humpy humpy penchant penchant In Ttoen Ttoen one wonders that the Lord Lord didn't didn't didn't didn't make tbm tbm tbm like camels but I suppose- suppose- suppose- suppose- suppose- suppose- suppose- it i one of those strange fancies fax fax our sex aa aa aa unaccountable unaccountable unaccountable unaccountable as a cat' cat' cat' lore lore lore of fish fish fish fish fish A country country country girl who writes that that that he he make make make make make make make an an her own own clothes clothes wants wants wants advice advice advice about about the proper wardrobe to bring with her her on a a a visit to her "Atf "Atf "Atf "Atf cousins. cousins. cousins. cousins. cousins. The question is impossible impossible to answer answer answer in full full but there are several several all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding all-abiding rules that that that must must be followed by people people people who do not keep in constant touch-with touch-with touch-with dty dty dty modistes modistes modistes and people people who have their gowns made made hi hi New York and Paris. Paris. The first first warning must be about the combination of color color color Because one reads in the fashion book book book that green and blue blue are harmoniously harmoniously harmoniously combined or that pale green and and lilac An An charmingly charmingly charmingly charmingly charmingly commingled is no reason for a a tyro- tyro- tyro- in the art of of dressmaking dressmaking to attempt attempt to harmonize these these colors. colors. colors. colors. I saw for Instance Instance Instance recently recently BELLB3 BELLB3 BELLB3 AMD AMD BEAUTIES. BEAUTIES. BEAUTIES. BEAUTIES. a frock of dark green and blue blue cloth that that was a a a symphony symphony ia ia artistic managing of the two two antagonistic colors colors but the frock was made by .Redfern- .Redfern- .Redfern- .Redfern- .Redfern- .Redfern- Think how even exactly the same same materials would would have come out under under tie tie tie hands of most home home dressmakers. dressmakers. The neit neit thing to guard against ig ig pronounced styles of dress for snch snch styles are frequently trying and and are so difficult to imbue with a finished elegant elegant elegant air. air. air. air. The empire styles styles for instance although although although they they seem very simple and easy are dreadfully grotesque and trying unles unles unles they they are made to perfection and are- are- particularly particularly particularly particularly particularly suitable to the the wearer. wearer. I have seen more dreadful fail fail fail fail ures ures in the way of empire frocks this season than I hope my eyes will ever ever ever rest upon again. again. The rules of simplicity and and color can guide any girl with a nice talent for sewing and refined taste taste into the selection and making of a wardrobe wardrobe that that that that will will not not at leasl leasl shock her friends or or fill her her modest sou with the sorrowful sorrowful conviction conviction that she looks like a circus or a poorly poorly draped statue. statue. A very Interesting Interesting collection collection of old family jewelry which will be exhibited at the world's world's world's world's fair was shown me recently by a prominent Kentucky lady. lady. lady. lady. The jewels were souvenirs of her own and her husband's family and many many of them had had romantic and and interesting histories. histories. histories. histories. Among ihcm ihcm ihcm ihcm was was a silver silver bracelet bracelet which which was made in Scotland a hundred hundred years years ago. ago. The workmanship workmanship "was "was "was "was "was exquisite and the stone set in the center was was was a a a very rare amethyst. amethyst. A quaint watch fob fob was one which WPS WPS WPS formed formed of tha tha different precious stones which ornamented ornamented the temple of Jerusalem. These These were cut in ornamental shapes and mounted iu iu gold and the effect was wonderfully wonderfully wonderfully rich and delicate. delicate. Any research into the matter matter of old old jewelry and silver silver teaches us that modern modern jewelers anc silversmiths have really learned learned very very very little new in in the way of decorations decorations most of them being reproductions reproductions reproductions reproductions of old designs used in'centuries in'centuries past. past. A very enjoyable enjoyable musical was was was that of Friday Friday evening evening at the the Girls' Girls' Girls' Girls' High school school The programme programme was exceptionally interesting and gave unusual pleasure to al al present. present. The first number number was a touching ballad entitled entitled 'Tor 'Tor 'Tor 'Tor 'Tor 'Tor You which was was sung by Miss Beatrice Oliver. Oliver. Miss Oliver has a delightfully delightfully sweet voice whose clear and sympathetic tones drew from the audience storms storms of applause. applause. "Music "Music "Music "Music on on the the Rappahannock" Rappahannock" Rappahannock" Rappahannock" wa wa wa charmingly charmingly recited by Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Knhte Knhte Knhte Rt in The vocal solo "Come "Come to Me aa aa aa sung by Miss Lalla Lalla Hirsch Hirsch was one of the the bes bes bes numbers on the programme. programme. programme. Miss Hirsch Hirsch sings sings sings delightfully delightfully and and and completely completely captured Gie Gie audience. audience. Mr. Mr. Thanhousej's Thanhousej's Thanhousej's Thanhousej's rendition of the due due scene scene from from "The "The "The "The Rivals" Rivals" was was excellent excellent He responded to a storm of applause applause applause wit wit "The "The Seven Seven Seven Ages. Ages. The solos solos by Miss Miss Durant Mr. Mr. Mtye Mtye Mtye and Mr. Mr. Simpson were were well well well rendered an gave gave much much pleasure to all present. present. The decided hit hit of the evening wa wa wa th th 'IGhosf 'IGhosf 'IGhosf 'IGhosf recitation by Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Davis. Davis. Davis. Davis. The characters hi hi the farce "A "A "A Likely Story were all admirably admirably taken and Mis Mis Hane Hane Mr. Mr. Mr. Steinheimer. Steinheimer. Steinheimer. Miss Sheparc Sheparc Sheparc Sheparc Miss Budden Mr. Mr. Edward Edward Edward and Mis Mis Mis Han Han Han Han leiter deserve great great credit for their good work. work. By request the Davis Davis quartet gave tw tw beautiful selections. selections. selections. selections. In response to a encore they sang "Jaunita. "Jaunita. "Jaunita. "Jaunita. Friday evening Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. J. J. A A Hendrix Hendrix gave gave a delightful musical complimentary to the Ladies' Ladies' Missionary Sotiet Sotiet of Grace church. church. Mrs. Mrs. Hendrix Hendrix was was was assisted by her charming charming daughter Mrs Mrs Saxon Saxon Douglas. Douglas. In addition to the mnsica mnsica mnsica the society society added an oy ter supper supper supper the proceeds of which went to the missionary fund. fund. The ladies desire desire to thank thank Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Hendriz Hendriz Hendriz for he pleasure afforded afforded to all and th th efficient .manner .manner in .which .which .which .which .which .which the whole whole affair affair affair Wa Wa Wa conducted. conducted. Porsyth Porsyth Ga. Ga. Ga. February February February February 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On 4.--SpecIaL-On of of the most most unique unique and and enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable entertain entertain entertain entertain ments ments of of the season season was was the "shadow "shadow "shadow "shadow party party party party party riven riven by by the ycranjf meo of the town at th th residence residence of of Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. C. C. C. B. B. B. Alexander Alexander on Thursday evening. evening. The excitement excitement ran high high as th th young men aat aat and and and and and eagerly gazed gazed on on the can can can can can vas vas ready to choose choose their fate. fate. fate. fate. Every Every time time time young young young young young lady lady lady cast her shadow upon the curtain curtain curtain there came over at .least .least .least one young young man "a "a "a "a Inward Indescribableness" Indescribableness" Indescribableness" Indescribableness" Indescribableness" Indescribableness" as as be be would would would ex ex ex claim claim claim "She's "She's mine mine mine mine A A A certain young young man thought thought thought he recognized recognized recognized a a young lady wao wao sto sto sto behind tha tha curtain curtain ready ready ready ready to be taken. taken. Hence Hence Hence he wa quick to put to hli cjala. cjala. cjala. Be at once rushed out out Into the hail hail with pilpltaUnj pilpltaUnj ficartr ficartr ficartr where4th couples wer wer te-meet te-meet te-meet te-meet te-meet te-meet anc anc anc anc folded to l2boMBH4&v3SJ l2boMBH4&v3SJ "Aleaaa "Aleaaa r 5.5 5.5 ST- ST- -J -J C r-r. r-r. r-r. T-T T-T -T -T P56 heart heart wtre wtre given given given them them on wnlcb wnlcb were focnoV focnoV itietr itietr itietr itietr fmune fmune -foretold -foretold In appropriate appropriate appropriate veaa. veaa. veaa. Barter Barter Barter Bleasant Bleasant tima tima cpenttn cpenttn cpenttn odal odal fcna fcna fcna 'delightful 'delightful 'delightful 'delightful refreshment refreshment refreshment were served. served. served. served. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. nd 'Mrs. 'Mrs. 'Mrs. 'Mrs. 'Mrs. 'Mrs. Meua&u Meua&u Meua&u Meua&u Meua&u Meua&u are to be be congratulated congratulated tmon tmon the most most charming manner manner in in in in which which they en en tertained tertained tertained .their .their guest guest guest guest guest Among the visitors visitors .present .present .present we noticed noticed noticed the following following following following JJ3i "annle "annle "annle Bmlth. Bmlth. Bmlth. Bmlth. of Monttcello Monttcello Monttcello and and Meaarm. Meaarm. Meaarm. Meaarm. Smith Smith Smith Smith of Monroe Monroe county county county 8. 8. 8. 8. H H H H Haddock Haddock Haddock of Macon. Macon. Macon. Macon. Macon. and and and S. S. S. a a a a a Callaway Callaway Callaway Callaway Callaway of Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta. Cards Cards art art art out. out. out. tor- tor- the marrlace marrlace marrlace of Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. ST. ST. ST. ST. B. B. 'Tlgnauz 'Tlgnauz 'Tlgnauz 'Tlgnauz 'Tlgnauz ST. ST. ST. ST. and and and Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa EUiabetn EUiabetn EUiabetn EUiabetn EUiabetn Dnraefc Dnraefc In the Church Church Church of tae tae Inunaculate Inunaculate Inunaculate Inunaculate Inunaculate Inunaculate Conception Conception Conception on on Wednesday Wednesday evening evening 530 530 530 February February February February 8. 8. 8. 8. The The reception will will be held at the residence of the bride' bride' mother 281 281 East East East East Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair street street from from from 1 1 tolOn. tolOn. m. m. m. m. m. On Friday Friday evening a box party party party party was was tendered te young young ladle ladle ladle of of the South South Side Side Whist Whist Club Club by the gentlemen member member member of the club. club. After After the play play tae tae pleasant party repaired to the Aragon Aragon Aragon where an an elegant supper was served. served. Those nreseat nreseat nreseat were Aliases Aliases Aliases Adle Adle Adle Adle Adle Adle Adle Simpson Flora Flora Abbott. Abbott. Mary Mary Bell Bell Pendelton Alice Alice Screven Sarah Sarah Sarah Meador Meador Pauline Pauline Pauline Eomare Eomare Eomare Virginia Virginia Hardfa Hardfa Hardfa Hardfa Mary Mary Bell Bell Bell Meador Helen Uardln Uardln Uardln Uardln Uardln Belle Simpson Kate Penyleton Amy ScrevenLoul ScrevenLoul ScrevenLoul ScrevenLoul e Eomare Eomare Eomare Eomare Fannie Fannie Abbott Abbott Misa Misa Misa Kate Kate Abbott. Abbott. Messrs. Messrs. Messrs. Messrs. E. E. E E West Dr. Dr. C. C. F. F. Benson John D. D. Allen Allen George George B. B. Saunders L. L. L. A. A. A. Tan- Tan- Tan- Tan- lunion lunion lunion 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. B. B. B. B. B. Black Black Black Graham Graham Street V. V. B. B. B. Davis Davis and Walter Walter Walter Walter M. M. M. M. Kelly. Kelly. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. Meador. Meador. Meador. Meador. Meador. chaperoned chaperoned the party. party. party. Tha Tha Young Young People' People' People' People' People' People' Society Society of of tho Fourth Fourth Fourth 'resbyterlan 'resbyterlan 'resbyterlan 'resbyterlan church will will give a a a social social reunion reunion o the members and friends friends of of the society society at le residence of of Mr. Mr. B. B. F. F. Longley Longley corner of Edgewood Edgewood and Piedmont avenue avenue next Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday venlng venlng venlng from 7 to 10 o'clock. o'clock. Refreshments will will will be served served and a pleasant evening evening evening is is a nred nred nred to all all who who attend. attend. attend. Mr. Mr. Mr. J. J. J. J. P. P. O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly wfll wfll wfll give the third third complimentary complimentary complimentary organ recital of of the season on on 'uesday 'uesday 'uesday 'uesday 'uesday evening evening February 7th at at at at the First First Baptist Baptist Baptist church church at 8 8 O'clock. O'clock. O'clock. O'clock. Mr. Mr. O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly O'Donnelly has prepared prepared prepared an an excellent irogramme irogramme for for the occasion and and will will be Isted by the following popular artists Airs. Airs. Airs. Airs. Annie Mays Mays Dow Soprano. Soprano. Mr. Mr. William William William William Owens-Tenor. Owens-Tenor. Owens-Tenor. Owens-Tenor. Owens-Tenor. Mr. Mr. Fred Fred Fred Fred Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. Wedemeyer-Clarlonetist. The following programme will will be rendered PAKT PAKT I. I. "Toccata" "Toccata" Th. Th. Th. Dnbols Dnbols Dnbols elarionet elarionet elarionet elarionet solo. solo. Grand Grand fantasia fantasia fantasia fantasia on "Lucia. "Lucia. Carney Mr. Mr. rted rted Wedemeyer. Wedemeyer. Wedemeyer. "She "She Alone Caaraeth Caaraeth Caaraeth My Sadness" Sadness" grand aria from the "VJueen "VJueen "VJueen "VJueen of of Sheba" Sheba" Gounod- Gounod- Gounod- Gounod- Mr. Mr. William William Owens. Owens. Owens. Owens. Variations Variations Variations on the "Suwanee "Suwanee Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- Blver"-Flaj- PART II. II. "Let "Let Me Dream Agaln"-Slr Agaln"-Slr Agaln"-Slr Agaln"-Slr Arthur Sulli Sulli Sulli Sulli Sulli van-Mrs. van-Mrs. van-Mrs. Annie May May Dow. Dow. Wedding Song Parker. Parker. "Marche "Marche "Marche "Marche des Rols Rols Mages Dnbots. Dnbots. Vocal Solo Mr. Mr. William William William Owens. Owens. L' L' L' "Taniwelse" "Taniwelse" "Taniwelse" "Taniwelse" Meyer-HeUEund. Meyer-HeUEund. Meyer-HeUEund. Concert Piece Parker. Parker. The concert for for the benefit benefit of the Mission Mission Mission f the Incarnation Incarnation Incarnation to be given at at Caldwell's Caldwell's Caldwell's Caldwell's hall. hall. hall. West End. End. tomorrow Monday evening evening will doubtless be a a a delightful affair. affair. affair. affair. affair. affair. affair. The irogramine irogramine irogramine prepared is as follows PAST PAST PAST 1. 1. 1. Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Qlee-"Th Breath of of the Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Brier"-Whlttaker Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Browne Browne soprano soprano Mlsa Morgan alto Mr. Mr. Xlxon Xlxon tenor Sir. Sir. Sir. Sir. G. G. G. G. H. H. Oole Oole bans. bans. bans. bans. Vocal 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark 8olo-"Hark the the Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- Lark"-Sehubert- 'The 'The Pilot"- Pilot"- Pilot"- Pilot"- Pilot"- Pilot"- MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. MUIaird-Messr. S. S. H. H. and G. G. G. G. H. H. H. H. Cole. Cole. Piano Solo-Miss Solo-Miss Solo-Miss Solo-Miss Solo-Miss Solo-Miss Hanbury. Hanbury. Hanbury. Hanbury. Tenor Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Bolo-"Sailors' Dance" Dance" Dance" Malloy Mr. Mr. Instrumental Instrumental Tri -"Ave -"Ave -"Ave Maria Maria WUUIAI- WUUIAI- WUUIAI- WUUIAI- Mrs. Mrs. Burch flute flute flute Mlsa Mlsa Pant-hen Pant-hen Pant-hen Pant-hen violin violin Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. 'allentine 'allentine 'allentine 'allentine piano. piano. piano. PART PART 11. 11. 11. 11. Vocal Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Solo-"Tell Her I Love Her Her So"-D So"-D So"-D So"-D So"-D So"-D So"-D So"-D in F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- F-Vleuxtemp- Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. Hves--Hshop-Mrs. the Heart U U Toung"- Toung"- Toung"- Toung"- Toung"- Toung"- ep Soft Evenlng Evenlng Bho lirs. lirs. Browne Miss Morgan Morgan Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Colei Colei Colei Collonge Collonge with the asalstance asalstance asalstance of wVe'rar wVe'rar wVe'rar society society society ladles ladles and gentlemen. gentlemen. Is Is or- or- ea liln -a -a lerles lerles lerles of 'teuntons 'teuntons 'teuntons 'teuntons 'teuntons lltteralres lltteralres lltteralres lltteralres et m-uslcales m-uslcales m-uslcales m-uslcales m-uslcales Francaises Francaises to take the place place place place of th "circle "circle "circle llttetalre llttetalre Francals" Francals" Francals" Francals" Francals" Francals" Francals" that was so so successful last year. year. Thes Thes entertainments entertainments entertainments will will be given every Thursday evening evening at 8 8 o'clock o'clock at the Berllts Berllts Berllts school of of languages and the first first oae oae will occur next next Thursday Thursday February February 9th. 9th. The The programme programme as yet. yet. Is- Is- Is- Is- Incomplete but It \rtll \rtll \rtll \rtll Include a French reading bv bv Miss Mildred Cabanlss Cabanlss Cabanlss and a a a song song by Miss Knight Knight Knight the popular soprano soprano of the First Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian church. church. Among those Interested Interested might might be mentioned such well well known people people as Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. W W B. B. Lowe Mrs. Mrs. Harry Harry Jackson Jackson Jackson Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Par Par Par sons sons Mrs. Mrs. Julius Julius Brown Brown Mrs. Mrs. Walter Taylor and Messrs. Messrs. J. J. J. J. P. P. P. P. P. Stevens and Clifford Clifford Anderson. Anderson. These gatherings gatherings will be delight delight delight ful ones ones indeed and will be be be be largely largely attended. attended. Invitations Invitations will be Issued Issued Monday. Monday. Mr. Mr. C. C. B. B. B. B. Batemanof Atlanta and Miss Lucia Lucia Ezell of Byron Byron Ga Ga were married married at the Hooks hotel on Wednesday evening Rev. Rev. T. T. M. M. M. M. Callaway Callaway officiating. officiating. officiating. officiating. officiating. officiating. It was was a a roman roman tic affair affair In which "love "love laughs laughs laughs laughs at locksmiths. locksmiths. locksmiths. locksmiths. locksmiths. locksmiths. The happy couple left on the morning train for Atlanta their future home. home. Miss Miss Nannie Nannie Smltha charming young lady of Montlcello Montlcello Montlcello Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Is visiting visiting Miss Mary Bowden. Bowden. n n n Miss Miss Lena Fleming a most charming young young lady of Barnesvllle Barnesvllle Barnesvllle Barnesvllle Is the guest guest of of Mis Mis Mis Moss 57 57 Cooper street. street. The many friends of Mr. Mr. James Robinson are delighted at his return from a stay o several several weeks weeks In North North Carolina. Carolina. MUs MUs MUs Rose Smith Smith of Albion. Albion. Albion. Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich. Is vli vli vli vli vli Iting Iting Iting Miss Miss Edna House on Woodward Woodward Woodward avenue avenue At the expiration of of Miss Smith's Smith's Smith's Smith's vtsl vtsl wi'l wi'l wi'l wi'l wi'l wi'l wi'l accompany accompany her friend friend friend friend friend to her home In home In the northwest. northwest. Mrs. Mrs. Walter Kimball and her sister sister Mlsa Mlsa Cora Cora Cora Brown leave the middle of this this month month Billing from Mobile Mobile for for a a a a trip to Cuba Centra Centra Centra and South America. America. Misses -Sarah -Sarah -Sarah Cohen Cohen Cohen and Maud Maud Maud Talmage o Athens are visiting Miss Miss Allie Allie Krwln. Krwln. Krwln. Krwln. Summerville Summerville Summerville Ga. Ga. Ga. February February February 4. 4. Special Special At the residence of Stephen Stephen Stephen Tate Tate Tate Tate Tate at ute Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. on February February 1,1893 1,1893 one of his chaHB- chaHB- chaHB- chaHB- chaHB- chaHB- ing ing ing and accomplished daughters daughters Miss Miss Emma wag wag married to Mr. Mr. A S. S. Horton. Horton. of Snmmerville Snmmerville Snmmerville Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Williams o Villa Rica officiating. officiating. Miss Tate possesse possesse possesse possesse all all the amiability of heart and true grace grace grace grace grace grace of character that makes her universal universal ft ft favorite favorite throughout the sphere sphere of of he he acquaintance. acquaintance. The The high social social standing standing o both the bride and groom render render render the happ happ consummation more interesting. interesting. Mr. Mr. Hinton ic ic a a a prominent popular an successful successful youne youne business business man and his man friends congratulate congratulate him him most heartily. heartily. heartily. heartily. Th Th bride and groom Accompanied Accompanied by by Mr. Mr. San San Tate Mis Mis Mis VimWTate and Mr. Mr. E. E. W W SturdivanJ. SturdivanJ. SturdivanJ. reached reached Saamerville Saamerville Saamerville on the morning of the 2d and and ere given a gram gram reception and and dinner by by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. J. J. M. M. Belkh Belkh which which was attended by many many relatives relatives and and friends. friends. CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION IU IU RATES. RATES. Confusion Confusion Reigns Reigns Reigns Reigns Where Thr Thr Thr Thr Thr Should Should Be Simplicity Simplicity Simplicity Simplicity and and and Uniformity. Uniformity. Uniformity. Uniformity. Uniformity. Uniformity. Aldac Aldac F. F. Walker chairman of the join join committee committee of the Trunk Line and and Centra Centra Centra T .in110 .in110 ta ta S1 Bailway Bailway Bailway Age Age and Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Bailroader Bailroader Bailroader Bailroader will mak mak n argument argument argument in favor of of better co-operation co-operation co-operation co-operation co-operation co-operation wapstg wapstg wapstg railways railways railways especially in the matter o rate rate rate making. making. He He says says says says i.rE i.rE k kr11 kr11 kr11 kr11 kr11 kr11 k k l often overlooked overlooked overlooked that it must be stated stated strongly-the strongly-the strongly-the strongly-the strongly-the rat rat making power of a railway cotapajiT cotapajiT cotapajiT la la la its its nlgnest nlgnest corporate function. function. It i ft ft charter power. power. Ita Ita control rests ultimately intne state. state. state. state. In acts acts acts of incorporation this power power power power i universally universally universally universally conferred conferred upon upon th boards of directors the highest seat seat o corporate corporate authority. authority. authority. authority. It It It It should should have have been treated with seriousness seriousness seriousness and and and 'a 'a D- D- resenting resenting the the most most important important important duty duty of of th several several several several boards. boards. boards. boards. But Instead Instead ofthia cm- cm- cm- country country baa baa been treated treated treated to a carnival carnival o rates-ratej-mesj rates-ratej-mesj rates-ratej-mesj rates-ratej-mesj hundreds hundreds Vlfaousand of tariffs hare hare been filed in Washmgton Washmgton Washmgton dunmjtae' dunmjtae' last last fire fire fire years. years. years. years. f 60 60 Fomally Fomally Dedlcitei Dedlcitei Dedlcitei THECONTRACT THECONTRACT WAS SIGKED'YEST SIGKED'YEST EBOAY Ajidoa Friday Friday Friday of TWa TWa TWa TWa We lrth Splendid Splendid Toeatw Toeatw Toeatw Toeatw Wfll Wfll Wfll fortto fortto FIrrt FIrrt FIrrt FIrrt Tim Tim Tim Be Tnrown Tnrown Tnrown Oin. Oin. Oin. Oin. Oin. Oin. Oin. to. to. tha tha tha Public Public Public R R has has has been at last last decided. decided. BeGlre's BeGlre's BeGlre's BeGlre's BeGlre's BeGlre's opera honse honse wffl wffl be opened next Friday. Friday. Tnere Tnere Tnere Tnere Is no no dty dty In tne United States States of 100,000 100,000 Inhabitants Inhabitants tiat tiat can boast boast of an opera boose boose of half half half half the excellence of tne tne new Grand. Grand. Grand. Grand. With With With an an Atlanta's Atlanta's Atlanta's Atlanta's Atlanta's progress- progress- progress- progress- veness veness t&e t&e t&e t&e t&e t&e t&e tneater'ls tneater'ls tneater'ls tneater'ls twenty twenty or twenty- twenty- twenty- twenty- fi-re fi-re fi-re fi-re yean yean yean ahead ahead of the dty. dty. dty. dty. dty. It hallen- hallen- hallen- hallen- hallen- hallen- ges ges ges competition witb witb witb metropolitan metropolitan cities cities cities cities cities n New Tork Tork dry dry no theater is superior superior superior o the one one that Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta will will open next Friday. Friday. Friday. Friday. Mr. Mr. DeGiye DeGiye certainly certainly baa baa dis dis dis dis dis dis played in the the the erection of thte thte thte thte theater a o his his wise wise wise discretion discretion discretion .and .and his his splendid splendid faith in the dry dry dry of which he is one of the the most prominent residents. residents. residents. residents. residents. residents. No man man man 'that 'that did not realize realize realize realize the future of Atlanta would would would have have bad bad the bold daring daring daring daring to nave nave erected so so so palatial palatial an amusement amusement palace palace as as the the one one that has been erected by by Mr. Mr. DeGire DeGire and that without the assistance assistance assistance of the pnbiia pnbiia pnbiia pnbiia The Grand Grand which la la the name name of of the new palatial palatial palatial opera house challenges challenges rivalry. You can can travel even to New York York or to Boston or to Chicago .and .and in none none of of those cities is there a theater that that can compete for superiority superiority with this new one In Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta Atlanta Will Will Appreciate Appreciate It It It waa waa only last week that that that Charles Frohman opened his new Empire theater in New New New York. York. New York York is full of theaters theaters elegant arge and capacious capacious capacious but still still still still still there waa waa an appreciation appreciation of the daring enterprise enterprise and iluck iluck of this this this this Napoleon of amusement amusement amusement The iew York preas.public preas.public preas.public preas.public and authors recognize these facts facts and when when when the the auction auction sale sale for seats seats opened in one day day the sum sum total footed up $10,500- $10,500- $10,500- $10,500- $10,500- Now the suggestion is is made that should Mr. Mr. DeGive DeGive auction auction hi seats and his boxes there is enoogn enoogn public public spirit and enterprise' enterprise' enterprise' enterprise' amongst amongst amongst the people of At. to give give fitting recognition to the first man vroo vroo alone and unaided unaided had nerve nerve nerve enought to erect a jubBc jubBc jubBc building at a cost of 50,000. 50,000. 50,000. 50,000. 50,000. Very few people realize what his his opening opening means to to the city of Atlanta Atlanta 'ery 'ery 'ery few people realize that that no city of its size has such a place place of amusement amusement Very few eople eople realize realize realize that there are very few theaters in the United United States States that have as arge seat capacity capacity as this palatial palatial palatial and magnificent theater just just erected. erected. The life of of tlr. tlr. tlr. tlr. L. L. DeGive DeGive DeGive has has has has been spent hi hi studying studying the interest interest of of the public public and his noble gen- gen- prnsitv prnsitv hfla hfla hfla oro/tcw1 oro/tcw1 oro/tcw1 oro/tcw1 oro/tcw1 ic\r ic\r ic\r ic\r ic\r tha tha ottv ottv nf nf Atlanta Atlanta a place of amusements that no city of its size in the world possesses. possesses. The opening will be a great great event. event. People from all sections sections of the state state will gather gather gather to see the Initial performances. performances. There wiU wiU doubtless be a a a a great rush for seats. seats. seats. seats. The The The The B t fiw fiw fiw fiw fiw Ben Ben Bdacted. Bdacted. Bdacted. Bdacted. Bdacted. Mr. Mr. DeGive has has chosen chosen Charles Charles Froman's production of "Men "Men "Men and and Women" Women" for his opening opening attraction. attraction. There is every reason to believe that no better selection could have been been made. made. The play is one that has had a phenomenal phenomenal success. success. It is said to be be the best best best best tkat tkat MeZsrs. MeZsrs. MeZsrs. MeZsrs. MeZsrs. Belasco and and DeMille DeMille DeMille haVe haVe haVe haVe written written which which which means a great great great deal when when said concerning the' the' authors of of of of such play play play as as "Paradise Lost Lost the "Charity "Charity Ball" Ball" and others. others. The company which will produce produce "Men "Men and Wometr' Wometr' Wometr' is said to be be remarkably remarkably strong nd we have have have every reason to expect that the opening opening opening opening of the handsome handsome new place of amusement amusement amusement will be a great dramatic dramatic dramatic dramatic treat. treat. treat. treat. Indeed Mr. Mr. DeGive would have selected nothing nothing but the rery rery rery best best to open the house in which he naturally feels so great pride. pride. Touching "Men "Men "Men and Women. Women. Women. The Charleston News News News News and and Courier of 'Wednesday says says after a a a a column of of exhaustive exhaustive and enthusiastic plaudits- plaudits- of the play "We "We congratulate the manager who can so so thoroughly satisfy a Charleston audience that eighteen eighteen out of the the the eighteen eighteen actors presented all are par excellence. excellence. excellence. And further that "the "the human human cords cords cords cords cords of of life have never been more thoroughly depicted than was done done last evening byChafles byChafles Frohman'g Frohman'g Frohman'g Frohman'g Frohman'g Frohman'g company company of "Men "Men "Men "Men "Men and and and and Women. Women. The company consists consists consists of bat bat bat bat eighteen all of them them them them are entitled to a bright bright place hi hi the stellar stellar appellation appellation of luminaries. luminaries. luminaries. luminaries. The Savannah Savannah News News News says says "It "It is is no no no wonder this play ran three three hundred nights. nights. Such a a a play anc such such actors actors could delight delight forever/ forever/ forever/ The Augusta Chronicle Chronicle gays gays gays t s the brightest brightest brightest attraction attraction we we we have had for years. years. Colonel Colonel Wiffiam Wiffiam Meore Meore of The Evening News of Augusta Augusta Augusta was was in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta yesterday and says "I "I have tern going to the theater theater for years but never did I I see such such a a a performance as I saw saw saw given by the Men Men ftn Women- Women- Women- company last night in A'ugnsfa. A'ugnsfa. A'ugnsfa. A'ugnsfa. A'ugnsfa. "Men "Men "Men "Men and and Women" Women" will will open open the opera hoase hoase hoase Friday night night night give a matinee on Sat Sat onlay onlay onlay onlay and and a Saturday night performance. performance. performance. performance. Mr. Mr. Henry Home Of Macon. Macon. Macon. telegraphed telegraphed The Constitution la t night "Men "Men "Men "Men and Wo Wo men' men' played here here last last night night superb superb superb company company performance best ev seen seen in this this city. city. 3 you gee gee It once you you will will want to see It again. again. again. Jeffrey Jeffrey L wU. wU. Two artist artist artist of of extraordinary magnetic magnetic powe have starred starred the American American stage stage In the las las decade Clara Morris and Jeffreys Jeffreys Lewis Lewis eac eac each choosing choosing a different different different line line of of of of c&aracter c&aracter c&aracter bn bn bn each each one one showing showing the highest highest type type of of inventlv inventlv inventlv acting. acting. acting. acting. acting. acting. Miss Miss Miss Lewis Lewis often often Impersonated Impersonated In In In In dlvldnalities dlvldnalities dlvldnalities of dangerous women but sh sh uiu 11 11 11 unrajB unrajB wiin wiin wiin wiin real real genius genius ana ana ana wonderful wonderful wonderful effect. effect. effect. effect. Her Her character character of "La "La "La "La "La "La Belle Belle Busse" Busse" Busse" Busse" ft ft masterpiece masterpiece presenting presenting a woman brllllan brllllan brllllan accomplished accomplished queenly In bearing -and -and move move meat meat meat consummate consummate In In deception deception fertile fertile In In imagination imagination imagination and yet susceptible susceptible susceptible of the utmos utmos tenderness tenderness falthfulnes falthfulnes falthfulnes and devotion. devotion. devotion. devotion. Then Then are are few few few requlrites requlrites requlrites for for prefesslonal prefesslonal prefesslonal acting o o the higher higher type type type type that Miss Miss Miss Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis does does does no A great orator was was once asked asked asked what be be considered the first first first secret secret of of Impassioned Impassioned Impassioned utter utter utter utter ance and and and and and his his his answer answer waa waa "Action. "Action. "Action. "Action. "Action. "Action. To To To To tt question question question question as to what what waa waa waa the second second second he he re re re re podded podded "Action "Action "Action "Action Herein lies lies the grea grea grea secret secret secret of Miss Miss Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's power. power. In tb abilltj abilltj abilltj to throw feeling feeling and force. force. force. force. Into Into characteriia characteriia characteriia characteriia characteriia tioo tioo tioo to cult cult cult tone tone tone tone and gesture gesture and facial facial facial facial ex ex ex pxession pxession pxession vlth vlth vlth a delicacy delicacy and and and and ezquiaiteae ezquiaiteae ezquiaiteae ezquiaiteae that any ordinary mortal cannot cannot fail fail fail to b affected thereby thereby .Miss .Miss .Miss .Miss .Miss Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis has has has has probably probably probably none to excel. excel. The ease with which she she can can can change from from from from one one mood to to to another la la la la la somethln somethln marvelous. marvelous. marvelous. marvelous. She is is is never never affected affected never never never never never never li different different to the minutest minutest detail. detail. detail. detail. She She posgease posgease posgease posgease a magnificent magnificent physique and In tne tne portraya portraya portraya portraya portraya portraya of womanly womanly womanly dignity dignity of demeanor she she reac&e reac&e reac&e reac&e well well nigh nigh the acme acme of of perfection. perfection. perfection. perfection. Nobod can deny that la la her line line line line line she she she la la la really really ma and and displays displays displays true genius. genius. genius. genius. She will will will appear In Atnt Atnt l y Torjet Torjet Me Me Not Not Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' Bardou' "Clothflde "Clothflde "Clothflde "Clothflde "Clothflde "Clothflde and "La "La "La Ben Ben Basse Basse Basse Basse Basse Thi Thi wefln nr emotional emotional emotional ctre i wffl wffl wffl present present JVefoeaday and and and Tnunday Tnunday Tnunday Tnunday two new new new plays plays plays wtlch wtlch have have created created a real real enatioa enatioa everywhere everywhere wtere wtere glTtn glTtn glTtn "Lady "Lady "Lady "Lady "Lady "Lady L0 L0 L0 mierese mierese mierese Baconm. Baconm. Baconm. Baconm. Baconm. Miss Miss Miss Lewis Lewis 1 already already already already already already an an established established established faro. faro. faro. faro. faro. rtte. rtte. rtte. havlnifbeea seen seen seen seen seen la la a number number number number number of of rtrong rtrong rtrong rtrong emotional emotional emotional drama drama drama and and alway alway alway alway wita wita wita exceilea exceilea exceilea support. support. support. support. support. Soe Soe Soe come come come tWs tWs year year heralded heralded heralded heralded is is is having having having aajrausnally stronr stronr stronr stronr stronr stronr upportt upportt g g P" P" "fceted "fceted "fceted "fceted with with new new new new new new new to the best best possible possible rauflHoa rauflHoa of society society plays plays plays plays drama drama of th alx alx week week Z pv' pv' Die Die Die teecesj teecesj teecesj teecesj cMflw Lew&'ln Lew&'ln to to two new new ayhttbeen treat treat treat everjnrtert.'aod everjnrtert.'aod everjnrtert.'aod everjnrtert.'aod eta eta b xlfed xlfed xlfed trtnmph. trtnmph. trtnmph. trtnmph. trtnmph. trtnmph. The The The The The Kasavffle Kasavffle Kasavffle American American 2 last last Jazroarj Jazroarj Jazroarj alia alia thus-began thus-began thus-began thus-began thus-began a nUwzlMQo nUwzlMQo notice notice of a column "Genna "Genna "Genna "Genna is bora bora amid amid some some writer. writer. Seeing Seeing UUn Ixrsris la la 'Lady 'Lady 'Lady la la la la at the the Vanoome Vanoome ast ast night night night one could could could could could bat bat beUere beUere beUere that this this mist mist be true. true. true. true. true. true. true. Application Application Application Application to art n do much rat It can never never never create create such such an an actress actress actress a JHian JHian Lewis. Lewis. Lewis. Lewis. The soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr soai-bursttnr passion the eneipllcahte eneipllcahte eneipllcahte eneipllcahte eneipllcahte wall wall wall of orphaned orphaned ftmnaaity. ftmnaaity. ftmnaaity. th erne of misery misery of woman's woman's woman's woman's fidelity fidelity fidelity and and and and aa- aa- aa- aa- aa- aa- aa- iflsh the expression expression expression expression on. on. on. a phaatcna4lte phaatcna4lte phaatcna4lte face of of silent Wrong Wrong Wrong wrought wrought upon upon upon by fore fore fore and and and despair despair despair despair of of winch winch Miss Miss Miss Lewis Lewis Lewis proved proved proved heneu heneu heneu possessed these an an beyond beyond beyond tie tie pal-of pal-of pal-of art art art rolicatioQ. rolicatioQ. rolicatioQ. rolicatioQ. They are are the marks of genres. genres. genres. le cries of of truth from a heart which has apatity apatity apatity for for for for tha tha viola viola viola gamut gamut of yT""tton yT""tton yT""tton yT""tton yT""tton yT""tton M ts expression. expression. expression. expression. "Mis "Mis "Mis "Mis Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's power of facial expression Is ndeseribable. ndeseribable. ndeseribable. ndeseribable. She Is a great actress and a wonderful wonderful woman and in 'Lady 'Lady 'Lady 'Lady U Lawrence Harrton Harrton provides her with a part entirely worthy worthy of her. her. It sires sires her scope scope scope for acting nd for for the display display oT oT oT oT many magnificent magnificent magnificent coa- coa- coa- coa- coa- coa- coa- nmes that well well well become become her perfect figure. figure. figure. figure. figure. figure. fce play play is is full full of action. action. action. action. "It "It is is hard to say say in what scene Miss Miss Lewis Lewis ppeared ppeared to best advantage. advantage. Hie Hie Hie suppressed suppressed orce In In the first first first act act when she she urges urges her her lorer lorer lorer to arenas arenas her her wrengs wrengs is perhaps her best effort And yet her acting in the finale of of the third act act Is more vivid. vivid. It Is her-aMHty her-aMHty her-aMHty her-aMHty her-aMHty to mate mate her audience feel to transport transport them beyond beyond themseires themseires and forget forget the presence oi oi oi ctlng ctlng ctlng ctlng ctlng to accent accent her reality which Is Is the the fis- fis- fis- fis- fis- fis- fis- tnguLihmg tnguLihmg tnguLihmg trait of Jflss Jflss Jflss Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's Lewis's art. art. art. art. Soft Soft Soft Soft Soft la la la deadly deadly deadly in in earnest. earnest. "The "The "The production of the play play play play is is a capital one and the company company capable. capable. capable. capable. Allen Demoad Demoad Demoad as as Israel Is perfect. perfect. Mr. Mr. W. W. A. A. Whitecar Whitecar Whitecar is a a splendid splendid DeBohan. DeBohan. DeBohan. .manly .manly and earnest ana ana ana m- m- m- m- m- m- m- elllgent. elllgent. elllgent. elllgent. elllgent. elllgent. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Peronet as as Hassan Hassan Hassan does does rood rood rood work. work. work. work. Ifte Ifte Ifte Ifte faita faita rarer rarer of Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Manton Is Is a performance performance without without parallel parallel In tta tta reality It Is Is sickening. sickening. sickening. sickening. Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa Mlsa Fanny Fanny Fanny Fanny Baity Baity ooks ooks and plays Ada. Ada. Ada. Mr. Mr. Sprague Sprague Is Is nrji nrji nrji ood ood as Buds Buds Buds Buds Buds and Miss Miss Miss Almoanlno Almoanlno Almoanlno rlrw tt irench irench maid an an an an unction which muet muet It very very prominent part. part. part. part. "Last "Last night's night's house wa a big one one and th ngagement ngagement wfll wfll wfll nirely nirely nirely be a successful successful successful one one one one Lady Lady Lady Lfl' Lfl' Lfl' Lfl' Lfl' Lfl' will will be repeated repeated repeated tonight and and at UK UK matinee tomorrow. tomorrow. "A "A "A Country Country Clreua.1 Clreua.1 Clreua.1 Clreua.1 On top of the opening opening of the new Grand Grand comes the announcement that "He "He "He "He "He Country Country Country Circus" Circus" will- will- will- will- visit Atlanta- Atlanta- Atlanta- Atlanta- In March March March March March Tnl Tnl Tnl from all accounts accounts accounts Is the most most most most gigantic gigantic organization that the the south south has has ever ever seen In act act it is the. the. most stupendous production that isa ever been presented presented presented In America. America. America. America. America. A bright bright bright bright little comedy In two acts acts Introduces Introduces the "wintry circus. circus. circus. circus. The third act gives an excellent excellent excellent excellent nutation nutation of a circus parade one one one mile mile long long and though executed by by by 200 actors actors actors seems to to to comprise a thousand. thousand. thousand. thousand. thousand. thousand. thousand. The fourth fourth fourth act contains enjoyment for for young young and old and and is is ona ona of of the the best indoor ring shows shows ver ver attempted attempted n the world. world. The circus parade Is a wondeB wondeB wondeB and and the admiration of of all and Its Its manlpula- manlpula- manlpula- manlpula- ion ion ion Is decidedly clever. clever. clever. clever. clever. The ring performanc performanc performanc y acrobats ring performers ana ana others pat pat o blush Barnaul's Barnaul's Barnaul's best in the same same line.'The line.'The line.'The line.'The Country Circus" Circus" Circus" Circus" Circus" carries five five carloads of scenery scenery and actors actors there being 150 150 150 actors. actors. The wonderful wonderful matinee drawing power of thl attraction has been the marvel of of the local managers throughout throughout the country. country. country. country. country. AT THE EDOE EDOE WOOD. WOOD. "A. "A. "A. Legal Document" Document" Document" wul wul wul b the current current current current week's week's week's week's week's week's bill. bill. bill. bill. It Is a a novel and and and Interesting Interesting comedy comedy and will will be presented presented in in an excellent excellent manner by the Rlcketts-Mathew Rlcketts-Mathew Rlcketts-Mathew Rlcketts-Mathew Rlcketts-Mathew Rlcketts-Mathew Company. Company. 'The 'The 'The -.Idga -.Idga -.Idga Document/ Document/ Document/ is a a comedy with a a plot that is is both novel and. and. Interesting Interesting Interesting It is is not not developed In In In a a single single act act act but be be be finning finning finning at the first finds its its completion af af af the end. end. There is no horse horse play In the play. play. It ii ii straight comedy and will prove a de- de- de- de- Bghtrut Bghtrut Bghtrut treat treat mated mated and recommended as a fine fine comedy which will will catch catch the popular popular taste. taste. taste. taste. CITY 1TOTES. 1TOTES. 1TOTES. 1TOTES. 1TOTES. 1TOTES. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Hamilton Douglass the dean of the law school wore a tropical tropical smile smile on his face yesterday afternoon. afternoon. The catfs catfs .6f .6f his benevolent feelings was found found to be In the nature of of very Email Email Email package package package which arrived arrived at his house day before before yesterday. yesterday. The event event was of of such vital vital importance that the following announce announce ment ment on on very neat white cards were sent jn to the many friends friends friends of of the family "Hiss "Hiss "Hiss "Hiss "Hiss "Hiss Janet Janet Janet Douglas Douglas Douglas February February 4 1893. 1893. 1893. 1893. 1893. 1893. Weight eight and and and half pounds. pounds. No. No. No. No. 458 458 Jackson Jackson Jackson street" street" street" Mist Mist ouglas ouglas wfll. wfll. wfll. no doubs doubs in a few yean yean b b one of of the reigning bells bells bells of Atlanta. Atlanta. .She .She Kill. Kill. Kill. Kill. Kill. be at home home for for several several days days and and will will will no doobt doobt receive receive great many callers. callers. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Douglass Douglass Douglass on account of the lltUa lltUa guest at at his his house house will will not not attend attend tie tie services services services services services of di di di di vine vine worship worship today. today. Hon. Hon. Eb Eb T. T. "Williams "Williams "Williams the gifted gifted and and and prosperous attorney attorney attorney who recently recently came .to .to Atlanta from Augusta baa baa baa an aristocratic aristocratic tasta tasta that that that that would da da credit to a poet or a pajnter pajnter when it comes to fitting fitting up up up up a nice office. office. office. office. He He has has left left his old office. office. office. office. No. No. 25 25 25 at the Gate City bank bank building building building and it it it now to be found found In rooms rooms 73 and 72. 72. 72. 72. 72. 72. There Is not a more more premising premising young man in Georgia than Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Williams Williams Williams and his his friends who have called on SHE WANTED TO DIE. DIE. Minnie Thompson a member of the demi demi demi demi demi monde monde who is is a a well known figure in cir cir cir cir cir cir cle cle cle where loose moral moral moral prevail prevail prevail prevail prevail and v&a v&a v&a is serving serving a sentence in in the jail jail for keeping keeping a le-fffl le-fffl le-fffl le-fffl house attempted attempted suicide suicide at at the the the jau jau jau jau jau last night by drinking three ounce ounce of laudanum. For hours hours she was was In a deadly deadly stnpor stnpor stnpor stnpor and her condition is is is such as as to preclude preclude preclude almost every hope of of her recovery. recovery. recovery. recovery. She She She She may recover but the the chances are largely largely against her. her. 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Barton Hays of Virginia fln1g frin i. i. i the city is one of ttra ani gi'ted gi'ted literary I the south Ire talents are re- re- fttile. fttile. a writer of has foufld publication l'erI l'erI a. a. "Jodge" "Jodge" Puck and 'shr 'shr setio Poems hy5 been pub. pub. w.tlie w.tlie leading norte jnea I. I. deer writer stories eefal Ceatrihutor harper's harper's OUflg People and Uc&tions Uc&tions for children. children. She PWnmers 'Isitfag 'Isitfag the not $5 $5 TeRPondent flt& flt& Pipers. Pipers. her home L an ls 'OCestral 'OCestral mansion In the of Personally she Ia 1'OUlhern 1'OUlhern 1&dy 1&dy with h1gh.b h1gh.b g fLee and nost She wa a Miss Carter l11" l11" She j sister of Professor i.t making Ma borne in IS tu of &tbsns &tbsns a ll&il1tteWoJ ll&il1tteWoJ won f the tI. tI. tI ha. ha. da'-otei da'-otei da'-otei da'-otei e ioi Uc i tit1ed Citildis f pbotogrev wo- wo- master s o Cs. Cs. ndaome renw ug nd 'Is 'Is return'to return'to i .S .S lam toldthat uat ust 'Is 'Is hmpin has bee wtth ut the the g w w1thnt c&gnnnj c&gnnnj t5. t5. .t .t 1 iz id tli thu hnmpypenchant se s's s's ty ty couns pe le r1rt fc omament pas t L rendit1 L t I f J r I thegoce di wentto t ec1entinanuer C C an S C I S S ltC's ltC's mu S I C bcsquiektopntlnblsc1al flez I the I 4 5 1 F -a" -a" -a" d-i. d-i. d-i. ppe ples .nt .nt spent In ch zming fls outforcthe 3 tk Oh Wedn tjty TtOlOp..m. TtOlOp..m. s's s's E F Ii chapeoliedthe th P Sheba'-Gounod- Sheba'-Gounod- Sheba'-Gounod- Sheba'-Gounod- Song-Parker. Song-Parker. Song-Parker. "Tanzwetse'-Meyer-HeImnUnd. "Tanzwetse'-Meyer-HeImnUnd. "Tanzwetse'-Meyer-HeImnUnd. "Tanzwetse'-Meyer-HeImnUnd. "Tanzwetse'-Meyer-HeImnUnd. 5fj Dance"-MallOYMr. Dance"-MallOYMr. Dance"-MallOYMr. Dance"-MallOYMr. s p t er Thy-hEr. Thy-hEr. Thy-hEr. S. S. H. H. Cole. Cole. Violin SoI-EO SoI-EO SoI-EO Seeraube' Seeraube' -Geamibento- -Geamibento- Dudley l.ton l.ton Cole. 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