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Mrs, Harrison and Mrs. Russell llnrrison,
whose artistic tastes are well known, greatly
enjoyed a visit on Friday morning to Mr." James
Henry Moser's exhibition of water colors at
Fischer's. Mrs. McKco and "Baby McKeo"
were also of the party. The distinguished ladies
were- 60 pleased with tho exhibition tlint they
expressed their Intention of paying another
Mrs. Harrison's last afternoon reception for
the season took place 3'cstcrdny. A great num
ber availed themselves of the opportunity of
calling. Mrs. Harrison was assisted by Mrs.
Russell Hanison. Mrs. McKec is etlll in Bos
ton, and is not expected at the "White House
until tho middle of tho week.
At the dinner in honor of the Judiciary the
State apartments of the White House presented
on Tuesday evening a picture of blooming
spring. The large East Room contained a
Einnlf forest of tropical plants, and the mantels
were hanked with cut flowers blooms of vari
ous colored hyacinths, mignonette, and carna
tions. The 6uito of drawiuc-roo'Vns presented a
charming appearance, with the profusion of
blooming plants decorating the mantels and
set about on the floors and tables. The Marine
Baud was in attendance, as usual. The elabor
ately decked table Avas in the shape of the let
ter 1, aud was set with covers for fifty. The
central floral piece represented the Scales and
Swords of Justice. The blades of the swords
were formed of white flowers; the hilts were of
green. The scales were made of pink carna
tions, sxispendcd by ropes of smilnx from an
upright of glossy-green leaves and white prim
roses. Cushions of moss with roses on them,
baskets filled with lilies of the valley, tulips,
and Ncphetos roses were placed at intervals on
the sides and ends of the table. The tapers aud
shades of the bronze candelabra were white.
Mrs. Harrison wore a gown of white satin and
violet-colored velvet, trimmed with white os
trich feathers and passementerie of pearls. The
guests were the Chief Justice aud Mrs. Fuller,
Justice and Mrs. ?.Iillcr, Justice and Mrs.
Field, Justice and Mrs. Blatcnford, Justice and
Mrs. Brewer, Justice Lamar, Justice Bradley.
Justice Gray, the Attorney General and Mrs.
Miller, Senator and Mrs. Edmunds, Senator aud
Mrs. Ingalls, Senator and Mrs. Spooner, Sena
tor and Mrs. Vance, Senator and Mrs. Hoar,
Senator Blackburn, Representative and Mrs.
Gates, Representative and Mrs. Flower, Judge
and Mrs. Davis, Mr. aud Mrs. Estce, Senator
Pugli and Mrs. Cochrau, Judge and Mrs. Tuft,
Representative and Mrs. Rogers, Professor and
Mrs. Gray, Representative McKinley, Mr.
W. P. Fishback, and Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral aud Mrs. Clarkson.
The Cabinet receptions were resumed on
Wednesday at the houses of Secretary Wiudom,
Postmaster General Wauamaker, and Attorney
General Miller. Mrs. Morton was absent from
the city, as she went to New York early in the
week to place two of her daughters in school.
Mrs. Windom was assisted by her two daughters
- and Miss Green, of New York. The tea table
was set in the back parlor, and Mi6s Florence'
Wiudom served "the cup that cheers." Mrs.
Miller had with her besides her daughter Miss
Miller, Mrs. Fishback, of St. Paul; Mrs. Strick
ley, and Miss Studebaker. As usual, Mrs.
AVanamaker had a great number of callers.
She wore a stylish house dress of smake-gray
silk, trimmed with lace. Mrs. Lowrie Bell
poured tea in the dining-room. Miss Wana
maker looked very sweet end attractive in a
pretty gown of gray wool, with garniture of
Irish point. Miss Peltitt, the guest of the
house, wore black lace.
Mrs. Noble's Easter Sunday breakfast was a
most unique affair. All the floral decorations
were symbolical of tho Christian feast of joy.
The breakfast was served at four tables, tho
first of which was decorated with a large but
terfly made of pansies, the butterfly typifying
the Resurrection. The second table had a cir
cular centre-piece made of white carnations,
with the letters X. P., the Christain monogram,
in scarlet carnations. The third table had the
triangle and square outlined in parti-colord
carnations upou a cushion of fragrant mignon
ette, white violets, and lilacs. The fourth table
had a mound of lilacs, white and purple, vio
lets, and mignonette. For the ladles there were
bunches of roses, and fpr the men knots of vio
lets. The intinu was elaborato and elegantly
served. The breakfast was what might be
called "a progressive breakfast," ton certain
extent, as during the ten courses the host and
hostess and the Misses Halstead changed their
places after every two courses, thus enabling
them to enjoy a chat with all tho guests, return
ing at the close of tho breakfast to their first
table. The guests were twenty in number, as
follows: Sir Julian and Lady Pauncefote, Chief
Justice and Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Morrison Fuller,
Geueral and Mrs. Grecly, Mr. II. Gordon Strong,
Miss Nicolay, Baron do Struve, Senator and Mrs.
Ilawley, Justice and Mrs Miller, Senator and
Mrs. Dolph, Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Strong, Gen.
Schofleld, and Senator Sherman."
A prettier feast than Miss Wauamaker's Eas
ter breakfast cannot bo imagined. Tho kand
sorne ball-room of tho I-street mansion of tho
Postmaster General is admirably adapted to tho
perfect carrying out of such au Ideal entertain
ment as Miss Wanamaker made a reality on
Monday last. Graceful palms aud masses of
lovely lilies were set all about tho room. The
gallery was filled with palms and hydrangeas in
full bloom, behind which tho musicians were
concealed. Soft, low music added to tho charm
of tho entertainment. Twelve tables, each for
six guests, wcro arranged lu tho ball-room. The
corsage bouquets for tho gitls were made of dif
ferent varieties of roses in loose, long-stemmed
bunches, tied with greeu satin ribbons, tho name
of tho recipient being outlined In gold on tho
ribbon. Tho boutonuleres for ihe men were
composed of white and purple violets, jonquils,
and valley lilies'. These bouquets formed tho
floral decorations. The tables were lighted by
whito tuners with white shades, set in beautiful
white china candlesticks. Miss Wanamaker
wore a gown of blue and whito foulard, trimmed
with whito lace. Mrs. Rodman AVanamaker, of
Philadelphia, chaperoned the party. There were
over sixty guests, several of whom came from
Philadelphia for tho occasion.
Tho Postmaster General and Mrs. Wanamaker
were entertained by Mr. aud Mrs. Charles M.
Ffoulko at a sumptuous dinner on Tuesday even
ing. The table decoratious were symbolical of
tho Eastertide The guest cards were shaped
like lily leaves, with the names inscribed in gold
lettering. There wcro covers for twelve. Be
sides tho guests of honor there were at tho din
ner Senator and Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. White,
Senator and Mrs. Dolph, Dr. and Mrs. Ham
mond, and Mr. aud Mrs. J. Lowiio Bell.
A brilliant wedding on Tuesday evening was
that of Miss Emily Newcomb, daughter of
Professor Nuwcomb, and Mr. F.-ank Wilson, of
Boston. Tho ceremony took place in tho Church
of tho Incarnation at 7:30 o'clock, aud was
performed by Rev. Dr, Town6end. Best man,
MRS. S. M. BURCH-JENNINGS.
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Everyone is more or less familiar with tho charms of n summer residence in Chautauqua, N. Y.,
but comparatively few know that this delightful resort has its counterpart in Florida or that the
latter owes its origin and establishment to a woman who is now a temporary resident of this city,
and the subject of this sketch. Mrs. S. M. Burch-Jcnuings is the wife of Lenson DeForcst Jen
nings, who was recently connected with Judge Tourgee as one of the editors and managers of the
Continent. Mr. Jennings is now a correspondent of a New York literary syndicate, and expects to
go to Central America in a few days in that capacity. Miss S. Burch was born and educated in
MeadYille, Pa. Her tastes led her to cultivate the fine arts as applied to decorative purposes.
She is a graduate of the New York School of Decorative Art, and has since been a successful
teacher in New York and other places. Specimens of her work took four prizes at the
recent exhibition of the Royal Art School in Toronto, Canada. She was president of the Chau
tauqua Woman's Department of Art at tbe New Orleans Exposition. She had been a warm friend
of the Chautauqua movement from the start, and for years spent all her summers with her invalid
mother in her elegant cottage fronting the lake. At New Orleans she met many people of influence
nnd ideas, among others Mrs. Julia Ward Howe and Miss Ida Harper, tho correspondent. The
JJlorida people and Northern visitors began to plan for a Southern Chautauqua. Mrs. Julia Ward
Howe, Judge Tourgee, and Dr. Dickinson, superintendent of the Bureau of Education in Boston,
recommeuded her to the Chautauqua board of managers as a suitable person to inaugurato tho
Florida movement, and 6he was thus appointed a commissioner. A very enjoyable trip of inspec
tion was made during the winter in company with Miss Ida Harper and other literary people, among
them Joaquin Miller. To this tour the town of Lake dc Funiack owes its origin. Miss Burch
and her brother superintended tho building of the cottages and the tabernacle, and set up the
working paraphernalia of the Chautauqua idea in so far as practicable. Miss Burch was married
some five years age to Mr. L. De Forest Jennings, who had three motherless little ones. Judge
Tourgee introduced her to her future husband in New York City. Mrs. Jennings has been a lifelong
member of the Methodist Church. Through her friendship with Mrs. John A. Logan she became
an active member of the Garfield Sewing Circle, where many of the specimens of her embroidery
aud painting find a ready sale for the benefit of the hospital. In person and manner Mrs. Jennings
is winning aud womanly. "
Mr. Ellis Hollingsworth, of Boston. Ushers:
Mr. Robert P. Bigelow, Mr. Delano Ames, Pro
fessor Charles Borst, aud Dr. Magender Mun
caster. The bride wore a gown of rich whito
corded silk, a necklace of pearls with diamond
pendant, and her bouquet was of lilies of the
valley. The two bridesmaids were Miss Mattie
Wimer and Miss Mena Williams. The first
named wore pink aud white silk, aud the latter
blue and white; both carried bouquets of pink
roses. Miss Anna Josepha Newcomb, attired
in white crepe and carrying jacqueminot roses,
attended the bride as maid of honor. A recep
tion at the bride's homo, No. 1020 P street, was
attended lv a large and fashionable compauj'.
The guests'ineluded Justice Gray, Miss Almena
Williams, Baron Struve, Senator, Mrs,, and
Miss Dawes, tho Misses Henry, Professor and
Mrs. Alex. Graham Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Nordhoff, Hon. John A. Kasson, Mr. and Mrs.
Bigelow, Mrs. Dulanoy, Dr. nnd Mrs. 0. M.
Muncntter, Mr. and Mrs. Nourse, Mr. und Mrs.
J. B.W'liner, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McKec.Cuptaln
aud Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Clotworthv. Mrs. AVil
Hams, Dr. and Mrs. Craig, Captain and Mrs.
Hassler, Major and Mrs. Powell, Dr. and Mrs.
Sowers, aud Mrs. Dall.
In St. Paul's Church, near Washington Cir
cle, Wednesday, at 11:15, Miss Helen Frances
Toland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George To
land. of 714 Nineteenth street, was married to
Mr. John Bassett Moore, Third Assistant Sec
retary of State. Rev. Alfred Harding, rector
of St. Paul's, officiated. Tho bride wore n
white moirG antique, made with full train nnd
trimmed with 6prays of orange blcssoms. Her
veil of tulle was held in plnee by onuigo blos
soms, and sho can led a bouquet of lilies of the
valley. The bridesmaids were Miss Toland,
Miss Courtwright, of this city; Misses Mildred
nnd Juliet Biddle, Miss Camac and Miss Tilgh
man, of Philadelphia, and Miss Lynch and
Miss Lo Franc, of New York. They were
gowned iu whito dotted muslin, with Leghorn
hats, trimmed with garlands of roses," and
carrying bouquets of La Franco roses. Mr. Os
good Welsh, of New York, undo of tho bride,
gave her away. Mr. Henry Randall Webb was
best man. Ushers: Mr. Spring Rice, Mr. St.
Julian Filletto, Mr. Wllsou Bayard, Mr. Josiau
Pierce, Mr. Willard Saulsbury, Mr. Randolph
FItzhugh Mason, nnd Mr. Charles McFee.
After tho church service there was a wedding
breakfast at tho homo of tho bride's parents.
Mr, and Mrs. Edward P. Mertz gave a delight
ful progressive euchro party la6t Wednesday
evening, Miss Johnson and Mr. William King
winning the first prizes and Mrs. Alexander
Britton and Mr, Moses wiuuing tho booby
prizes. A collation was served nnd every ono
spent a most enjoyable evening. Among those
present were Mrs. Hino, Dr. and Mrs. Fiuley,
Mr. aud Mrs. Ilungerford, Miss Sue Britton,
Mr. und Mrs. Alexander Britton, Mr. and Mrs.
King, Mr. and Mrs. William King, Mr. and
Mrs, A. T. Hensey, Mr, aud Mrs. Nabers, Miss
Otlo, Mr. and Mrs. McKnew, Mr. and Mrs.
Rundell, Miss Bessie Illne, Mr. Sharretts, Mr.
Johnson, Miss Johnson, Mr. Dubois, Mr. Moses,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Miss Ilinc, Miss Gay
lord, and Dr. Munson.
The concert of the Yale Glee and Banjo clubs
on Monday night was a decided success. A
very largo and extremely fashionable audience
greeted the performers. Nearly every lady was
adorned with "sweet violets," for these lovely
little flowers are affected by the students of
Yale as well as the Bonapnrtes no chance of a
monopoly in tho floral kingdom. After the
concert Mrs. John Dalzell, of 1501 Massachu
setts avsnuc, gave a delightful reception in
honor of tho Yale boys. A very large numbor
of belles aud beaux were in attendance. Mrs.
and Miss Dalzell were assisted by Miss Pearson
and Mr. John Dalzell, Jr., who Is a student of
Yale. Mrs. Dalzell wore blue moiG, and Miss
Dalzell whito crCne and violets.
Mrs. Edward McCauIoy's Easter Monday tea
was a very charming affair. She Is always a
perfect hostess, and on Monday sho was assisted
in entertaining tho very lnrgo company by a
number of well-known society women. Mrs.
Hammond served tho cafe frapp6 in a lovely
gown of pansy-colored faille; Mrs. James John
son, in uelicato ashes-of-roso silk, poured tea.
Tho other assistants were Mrs. Georgo Lothrop
Bradley, in violet faille; Miss Julia Edle, in
whito aud bluocrupe, and Miss Carroll, in stone
colored silk. Among tho members present wcro
Mrs. Langhorne, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Clover, Ad
miral and Miss Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hinckley, tho Misses Windom, Mrs. Kearney
Warren, Admiral nnd .Airs. Queen, Miss Barry,
Mrs. Handy, Miss Mitchell, Miss Elena Porter,
Mr. Charles Campbell, Miss Dahlgreu, Miss
Graco Davis, Dr. McClurg, Mr, Von Mumm,
Mr. Crozier, Mr. Clifloid Richardson, Mr. Webb,
and Mr. Paul Andrews.
Mrs. Moses, of tho Normnndie, received con
gratulatory calls on Monday, after tho musicalo
of the preceding week. Sho was ably assisted
by her charming daughter, Mrs. A. II. L. Gos
ling, of New York. Mrs, Moses wore an ele
gant gown of flowered brocade, aud her daugh
ter was in a dress of soft gray wool, trimmed
with Vandyke lace. Mrs. Gosling has been
visiting her former home sineo tho middle of
March. Sho returned to New York on Thursdu'.
There wcro many callers, among them Mr.
Skidmoro, Vice Consul of Japan; Mr, Staylor,
Mrs. Young, Mrs. Dr, Little, Mrs. M. D. Lin
coln, Mrs. Kurtz Johnson, Mr6. W. II, Smith,
Dr. B. F. Brown, Mrs. Pairo, Mr. and Mrs.
Beveridge, Mr. and Mrs. Maloy. of New York;
Mrs. Veruou, Miss Cynthia Cleveland, and
Mrs. and Miss Slusabaugh.
A very jolly affair was tho dauco given by tho
men of the Dauciug Class to the girls of tho class
ou Easter Monday night, at jfiusouic Temple.
Tho hall was adorned with a mass of handsome
foliage plants, relieved by tho pure whito of
numberless Anunclation lilies. Mrs. Fuller,
elegantly robed in winc-eolmed velvet, trimmed
with pink satin, with a large, loose bunch of
roses in her hand, acted the part of hostess. All
tho girls of the clars, in their loveliest spring
ball gowns, wcro present, with their chapcroncs,
who woro their richest robes and jewels. Tho
occasion was most highly enjoyed by tho com
pany invited. A substantial supper was served.
Among tho gills present were tho Misses Men
donca. Miss Mildred Fuller, Miss Rook, aud
Miss wanamaker. Dr. Ruth led tho german
with Miss Wanamaker. The "wee sma' hours"
had como on before tho company separated.
There will be a Habncman reception at tho
residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cabell, 1-107
Massachusetts avenue, Monday evening, April
1-1, at 8 P. M. There will be dancing nnd re
freshments it In carte. Tho reception commit
tee guarantees a success asto finances and social
pleasures. The committee consists of Mrs.
Charles NordhoIT, Mrs. W. D. Cabell, Mrs.
James S. Clarkson, Mrs. Hugh S. Thompson,
Mrs. W. T. Hildrup, Madame Romero, Airs.
Senator Gorman, Mrs. J. II. Outhwaito, Mrs.
AVilliam M. Springer, and Mrs. J. II. Soul6.
Tho committee of arrangements consists of Mrs.
J. II. Syphcr, Mrs. J. AV. Pilling, Mrs. John
Tweedale, Mrs. Dr. G. AV. Pope, Mrs. AVilliam
Bimcy, Mrs. A. II. Martin, MisaJnnct Richards,
Mrs. G. II. Wilcox, Mrs. Charles Lyman, Mrs.
Lewis Clcphauc, Mrs. C. B. Bailey, 'Mrs. H. A.
Preston, Mrs. J. J. Edson, and Mrs. George C.
Wednesday morning iu Trinity Church Miss
Mary S. Ashby and Mr. Charles F. Bacon were
united in marriage. Rev. Dr. Addison offi
ciated. The bride wore a traveling drcsa of
light-brown cloth, with braiding of gold and
brown. She was given in marriage by her
brother, Mr. Irving Ashby. Tho groom was
attended by his brother, Mr. Seward Bacon, as
best man. The ushers were Messrs. A. AV.
Bacon, Taylor Ashby, J. E. Kennedy, and A.
J. J1UIIUI. .Ul, ,1UU JMIB. DUUUU JUlti Oil 1110
morning train for a wedding journey to New
York. On their return they will resido at 1408
Eleventh street, where they will be at home
Thursdays after 23d instant.
There has not been a more delightful tea this
season than that of Mrs. S. O. Richev on Tues
day afternoon. Miss Rachel Cameron, the
Misses Taylor, grand-daughters of Gen. Meigs,
and Miss Julia Edie ably assisted the hostess in
making the tea a charming entertainment.
Mrs. Bancroft Davis's tea ou Tuesday after
noon, iu honor of Bishop and Mrs. Leonard, was
largely attended, St. John's congregation having
turned out in force to welcomothe short visit o'f
their former pastor and his wife.
Mr. Hal Dulaucy is traveling in Euiopc with
his sister, Mrs. Robeit Neville. Miss AVhiting,
of this city, is with them. The rumors of Mr.
Dulauey's death iu Paris from la grippe arc ut
terly without foundation.
Miss Katherine Atterbury, of Brooklyn, is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Gray, on R street.
Mr. Charles Gray came home for tho Easter
Miss Emilie S. Despard, of Parkersburg, W.
ATa., spent Easter week with Rev. and Mrs.
AA'illiams at Christ Church rectory, East AVash
ington. Mrs. Munro Ferguson, of London, was a guest
of the Cameron family during tho past week at
their Lafayette- Square residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrett will leave Balti
more tho latter part of April, intending to pa6s
the summer at Carlsbad.
Mrs. Robert Heiner, wife of Capt. Heincr, of
the Army, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Slayma
ker, at 1733 1 street."
Gen. and Mrs.Spinola have cards out for an at
home at the Arlington for AVcdncsday, April 33,
from 4 to 7 P. M.
Miss Ferndon, uCo Beach, is making an Easter
visit to her mother, nt the fumily residence on
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Warner have returned
from their trip through Texas, which they thor
Mrs. Leo Knott and her 6ister, Miss Kecnan,
are passing the Easter time at tho Shelbournc,
Mrs. Robert Christy, accompanied by her son,
Master Robert Christy, spent Easter week in
Senator and Mrs. Allen have removed from
1234 Massachusetts avenue to No. 10 B sheet
Ex-Secretary and Mrs. Bayard spent Easter
week hero with Mrs. Clymer, tho mother of Mrs.
Mrs. Menocal is in New York, where sho will
remain until Mr. Menocal leaves for Nicaragua.
.Airs. Senator Stewart Is at homo Thursdays
and Sundays after 5 o'clock at tho Shoreham.
Mrs. Georgo Lathrop Bradley, of 2035 P street,
wm ue ai nomo oaiuruays aiier 4 o'cjock.
Mr. and Mrs. Burlingame are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Gounett, of 1731 Do Sales street.
Hon. A. Schooumaker and Mrs Scboonmakor
havo returned from Fortress Monroe.
Miss Mary Sllnglufl', of Baltimore, spent
Easter week with friends in this city.
Hon. Rufus E. Lester, of Georgia, nnd family
aro now located at tho Richmond.
Mrs. J. Bartlett Hills Is 6lowly convalescing
from a severe attack of typhoid.
Miss Allco Meade, of Fauquier County, Va.,
is visiting friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edmunds spent Easter
week nt AMrgiuiu Beach.
Miss Reua Trust, of Baltimore, is In tho city
visiting Mrs. Sowers.
Mrs. AVillardAVarner has gone to vl6it friends
in Newark, Ohio.
Mrs. and Miss Sherrill aro spending Easter
week iu New York.
Mrs. AAr. E. Chandler has resumed her Thurs
Mrs. Foxhall Parker has taken apartments at
1827 1 street.
Mrs. Don Cameron 6peut tho week in New
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