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Tho President's reception on Tuesday evening
brought out a lnrgo crowd, although the rooms
wero at no time uncomfortably crowded. Tho
floral decorations wero elaborate, and oven
more than usually beautiful. Tho old-fashioned
fragrant wall-flowers made charming adorn
ments for the mantel of tho Bluo Parlor. Tho
mantels of tho East Room wero vivid masses of
crimson bloom. Palms, rubber plants, snow
ball, and lilac bushes were set about tho suite
of rooms. As usual, Col. Ernst made tho In
troductions to the President. Mrs. Harrison
wore a high-necked gown of heliotrope velvet,
en traiue: Mrs. Windotn was in solmon bro
cade, with looso white net sleeves; Mrs. AVana
maker, purple brocade; Mrs. Noble, a hand
some gown of amber satin brocade; Mrs. Rusk,
a pearl-tinted faille. Theso ladies all stood in
tho receiving line. Behind tho receiving party
wero tho members of tho Cabinet, with Mrs.
McKco and Mrs. Pergland, who is a guest of
tho house. Tho latter wore a handsome dress
of white brocade; Mrs. McKee wore a gown of
Ottoman silk and crGpc Hsse; Miss Rusk was in
a becoming gown of pale-pink silk; Miss Mar
garet Halstead wore shrimp-pink crGpe, tho
Front trimmed with acacia blossoms; Miss Mar
garet Halstead wore white satin bro
cade, with panels of buttercup faille;
Mrs. Wright was in white India
silk; Mrs. Norris, of St. Louis, wore white 6atin,
and Miss Norris, Valenciennes. Mrs. John Crop
per was attired in corn-colored brocade, with
panels of Irish point lace; Miss Sanger was in
black net, garlanded with eglantine roses; Mrs.
A. J. Halford wore a combination cown of wool
and silk; Mrs. Lieut. Andrews, a lovely gown
of white point d'esprit; Mrs. Col. Ernst, blue
silk, combined with Persian embroidery. Tho
Vico President and Dr. Corey wero among the
late arrivals. The majority of the ladies pres
ent wero in street or carriage costume. Among
those calling wore Gen. Green B. Raum, Mrs.
Frv, Mr6. Mott, Mrs. Babcock, Mrs. Villcnecr,
Mr. and Mrs. Maple, Mr. Jones, Mr. and Mrs
Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Sardelle, Mr. and Mrs.
Rider, Mrs. Groves, Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. Elphonso Young, Mr. Moses, Mr.
Kauflmann, Mr. Stembone, Mr. and Mrs.
AVeaver, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Wil
liams, Mrs. Wight, Mrs. Gratz, Miss Net
tie White, Mrs. Babbitt, Mrs. Holden, Mr.
Winslow, Miss Barns, Mrs. Speneer. Mr.
Hardisty, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Stable and Miss
Grace Stable, Mrs. Barksdale, of Tennessee"
Miss Carte, Mrs. Wayland, Miss Lemmol, of
Chicago; Professor E. C. Messer and Miss Jan
nette Messer, Mrs. Nicholl, Mr. and Mrs. Hitz,
Mr. AVheatley, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs.
Robertson, Miss Marshall, Mrs. Ben
ton, Mrs. Hill, Mr. Arnold, Mr. Hall,
Mr. Goodley, Mr. Baldwin, Mr. and
Mrs. Tichborn, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer,
Miss Kesler, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hoyt, Mrs. Pursall, Mrs.
Donald, Mrs. Briswold. Mr. and Mrs. Somes,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobv. Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt,
Mr. and Mrs. Keller, Mrs. Reese, Mrs. Hemin
way, Mr. and Mrs. MeCormick, Miss Brown,
Mrs. Shear, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson. Miss
Mitchell, Miss Williams, Miss Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. McElroy, Mr. Warden, and Captain
and Mrs. Merrill.
The Vico President and Mrs. Morton have
been tho guests of honor at several decant
dinners during tho week, and that given in
their honor on Friday night by Sir Julian and
Lady Pauncefote was an uniquely beautiful
affair. There were twenty-six guests at the
long table, which was adorned with buttercups,
maidenhair ferns, and jonquils. The name
cards were ivv leaves, tho name of each guest
showinc forth'in bright gold letters from the
dark-green of the English ivy. Lady Paunce
fote wore a rich rose-brocado robo of ivory
satin; Mrs. Morton was in pompadour brocade,
combined with lavender faille. The guests
were, besides tho guests of honor, Justice and
Mrs. Field, Justice and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. No
ble, Mr. Carter, Mrs. Cameron, Mr. Riggs, Mr.
and Mrs. McCauloy, Mr. Price. Miss Lee, Miss
Williams, Miss Lowery, Hon. Mr. Edwardcs,
Senator and Miss Evarts, Senator and Mrs.
Shermau, Count Fava, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
man, and Mr. Howland. Tho guests invited to
tho reception joined tho dinner guests at 10:30.
The ball-room was opened and presented a
beautiful picture with its decorations of palms
and roses, A fine band of music rendered such
delightful dancing tunes as the belles and
beaux found impossible to resist. At midnight
a handsome supper was served.
The Vice President and Mrs. Morton gave a
dinner party Thursday night in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Bliss, of New York. Tho guests in
vited to meet them were Rev. and Mrs. Doug
lass, Senator and Mrs. Sherman, Assistant Post
master General and Mrs. Claikson, General and
Mrs. Berdan, Senators Gibson, Allison, Al
dricb, and Washburn.
Tuo Woman's National Missionary Socloty
of tho Presbyterian Church held an Interesting
convention during Wednesday and Thursday
at the Church of tho Covenant. Tho church
platfonn was decorated with palms and flowers.
A lunch was served to delegates at noon. Tho
whole proceedings wero conducted by women.
Tho audlonco was composed exclusively of
women. Reports wero read of tho progress
made In homo and foreign work, and Mrs. C. N.
Thorpe read a report on foreign work. There
seems to bo a mission in nearly every part of
tho world, with two Indian missions In this
country. In addition to moral and religious
training there are industrial schools, and schools
for intellectual training are being established.
Tho Bible is tho reading or text-book in the
schools. Men and women edmated in medicine
are considered the best kind of missionary ma
terial, and only by pursuing all these diverse
roads to Christianity is tho slow growth of tho
missionary work carried on. Tho hope of tho
Church In heathen lands, ns woll as at home, Is
In the thorough training of tho children. On
Thursday evening, at 9 o'clock, tho President
and Mrs. Harrison tendered tho society a formal
reception at the White House. There wero
betweeu three and four hundred delegates pres
ent, besides a half dozen women missionaries.
Tho occasion and proceedintrs were of unusual
interest to tho Presbyterian Church.
The closing entertainment of tho Ogeago
German Club was an excursion to Fort Wash
ington, Md., last Tuesday. That everything
contributed to make tho last gathering of the
club for this season tho most enjoyable is use
less to say, Tho party left Soveuth-street wharf
at 10 A. M. on their private yatch, and landed at
tho old fort about 11:30 A. M. After a thorough
inspection of the old fortress tho party assem
bled in one of the mess halls, where a sumptu
ous collation had been prepared, and from tho
way the good thiugs disappeared tho steam
down tho river had a'benetlclal effect upon the
party. During lunch music played beautiful
airs, after which tho party ougaged in dancing
until tho warning whistle told it was time to
start homeward. They arrived about. 8 P. M.,
having spoilt a most pleasant day, every one do-
MRS. J. H.
Mrs. Ralston, whose picture we present, is the author of "The White Cross of Savoy," which
we present in another column of this issue. She was born in the State of New York, and obtained
her education there and in Boston. Mrs. Ralston is the widow of the late Hon. J. H. Ralston, well
known as a distinguished lawyer and as having filled honorably several public positions in Illinois
and on the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Ralston has one son, Mr. J. II. Ralston, of this city. She is a re
fined and accomplished lady, whoso tastes are decidedly literary. She has written much for the
press, and is the author of many fugitive poems that have won warm commendation.
claring it tho crowning event of this popular
club. Those who went were Miss Nanuio
Campbell and sister, Misses Hardisty, Andrews,
DuIIamel, Alexander, Johnson, CongerStrong,
Stockbridge, Bowcock, Ringgold, and Ficklen,
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Stockbridge, Messrs. Mc
Conlhe, Winters, Towson, McKtnney, Corse, La
mon. Mobray, Hardisty, Blackwood, Ficklen,
The Travel Club met, as usual, on Monday
ovenlnc at Stratbmoro Arms, Dr. Presbrey in
tho chair. After the reading of the minutes by
Miss Snow Mr. Croissant carried the audience
round the world in sixty minutes. The rapid
voyage was most delightful, the travelers cross
ing tho continent in a Pullman palace car and
setting out for tho Orient from San Francisco,
touching at India, Japan, China, Egypt, Turkey,
lower Russia, Italy, France, Spain, England,
and then home across the Atlantic. Mr. John
Carver Alden gave several delightful piano re
citals at the opening and close of tho pro
gramme. Tho discussion following tho rapid
journey was lively and participated in by sev
eral parties. Among those present were Judge
and Mrs. Haydon, Judge Riley, Congressman
and Mrs. Von Schaick, Mr. and Mrs. Mason,
Miss Brown, Major and Mrs. Bach, Mrs. Snow,
Miss Snow, Mrs. Miller, of Chicago; Mrs. Flora
Adams Darling, who is a guest at Strathmore;
Mr6. Marble, Miss Cynthia Cleveland, and
Mrs. Hutchinson's Wednesday reception gave
Massachusetts avenue a hefgth-of-tho-sea6on
look, with tho long lino of carriages filling tho
street and the number of dalntlly-attlred pedes
trians wending their way to No. 1707. Insldo
tho house looked beautiful with its decorations
of lilies and palms. Mrs. Jules Guthridge, Mrs.
Warner Bayley, and Miss Paulino "Williamson
assisted Mrs. aud Miss Hutchinson in receiving.
Mrs. Hutchinson woro a handsome gown of
gray faille; Miss Hutchinson was In white
China 6llk, with cmhrolderies of silver; M168
Paulino Williamson, white silk, with Zouavo
jacket of blue silk; Mrs. Jules Guthridge, white
broadcloth, trimmed with silver, and Mrs. Bay
ley, wine-colored silk. Tho callers Included
Mrs. Noble and tho Misses Halstead. Mrs, Mil
ler, Mrs. Splnola, Mrs. Field, tho Misses Con-dit-Smlth,
Mrs. Clarkson, Miss Cabell, Mrs.
Senator Joues, Mrs. Culloin, Mrs. Haycock,
Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Soulfi, Mrs.
Banbridgo Iloff, and Lieut. Seattle.
Tho concert given by tho choir of Grace P. E.
Church on Tuesday ovening, at tho National
Rifles' Armory, was largely attended. An at
tractive programme was rendered. Messrs.
micuanan, JJliu, Whipple, aim .Keller sang in
two quartettes. Mr. J. C. Murray, tho baritone,
lendered a solo, and responded to an oncoro.
Tho lady soloists wero Miss Katlo Powers and
Mrs. J. Will Cross. In tho second part Mrs.
W. B. Moses sang a selection from "Die
Freischutz" most acceptably, and responded to
an encore; Mr. Hub Smith gave au original
solo, and Mr. B. F. Keller, basso, "Old Tubal
Cain," and Mr. E. J. Whipple, "Tho Harbor
Light at Sea." There wero several recitations
by Miss Lillian Cleveland aud Miss Marion
Lamb. Tho Pastime Musical Club gave a most
acceptablo exhibition of melody and skill on
mandolins, baujos, and guitars. Tho accompa
nists wero Dr. J. W. Bischoff, Mrs. G. D.
Parsloe, and Dr. C. M. Buchanau.
Wednesday was quite a gay day in tho social
world. Mrs. Noble, assistod by tho Misses Hal
stead,aud Mrs. aud Miss Norris,of St. Louis, re
ceived a number of callers, who were euter
taiued at a 5-o'clock tea. Mrs. Noble wore a
gold-embroidered heliotrope cloth gown; Miss
Hal6tead, white silk, aud Miss Leouora Hal
stead, light tan-colored wool, embroidered in
Persian colors; Mrs. and Miss Norris woro
gowns of flowered China silk. Among tho
mauy enjoying tho Wednesday hospitality of
Mrs. Noble wero Justice and Mrs. Gray, Mrs.
Brewer, Miss Brewer, Mrs. and Miss Scldniore,
Mrs. Goddard, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Rufus Sax-
ton, and Mrs. Dololi. Mrs. Noble has now
closed her Wednesday receptions for tho sea
son. Mrs. and Miss Rusk were also at home to
callers on Wednesday, and a visit to this charm
ing house is one of the pleasures of a Wednes
The marriage of Mr. Thomas M. Draney and
Miss Alice Myer was solemnized in Trinity
Church on Wednesday evening. The bride and
groom entered the church together in the old
fashioned way. Rev. Dr. Addison read the
marriage service. Tho brldo was attired in a
traveling costume of tan-colored cloth, trimmed
with moss-green velvet. She carried a bouquet
of Nephetos roses. The ushers wero Mr. Harry
Dowling, Mr. William Mahony, Mr. Charles
Myers, Sir. Seymour Wright, Mr. Harry Chase,
and Mr. F. Brackttt. There was no reception
and Mr. aud Mrs. Draney left immediately after
the ceremony for a short bridal trip. On their
return they will reside at No. 2304 Fourteenth
At at. aiepueu's uaiuonc vjuurcn on Aionuay
Miss Verda Tumelty, daughter of Mr. Hugh
Tumclty, and Mr. John A. Hughes were united
In marriage. The bilde'sgown was of white
satin, trimmed with point lace. Her long tulle
veil was held in place by sprays of lilies of the
valley. She woro a lino necklace of diamonds
and pearls, and her bouquet was of lilies of the
valley. Tho ushers were Messrs. Bresnahau,
Linger, AVhccler, and Gilmore. After tho
church service a reception was held at tho resi
dence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes will return from their wedding journey
during tho coming week.
Mrs. Allen McLano entertained a number of
friends at two very handsome luncheons. One
took place on Monday and tho other on Wed
nesday. Tho guests at tho first wero Mrs.
James Wadsworth, Mis. John Jackson, Mrs.
Novens, Mrs. Emory, Mrs. Berdan, Mrs. Doug
las, Madame Tiorkeroska, Madame des Portes
do la Fosse, Miss Turnbull, Mrs. C. A. Wil
liams, Miss Rosina Cropper, Mrs. Warder, and
Mls3Kunt. Tho company at Mrs. McLane's
Wednesday luncheon included Mrs. Kennedy,
Mrs. JeofTrey Parsons, Miss Susan Leo, Mrs.
Dr. Goldsborough, Mrs. Seaton Schroeder, Mrs.
Henry Harrison, Mrs. Dr. Ilaguer, and Miss
Rev. Eugeuo May, of Osage, Iowa, and Miss
Anuio Roberta Gold, of Illinois, Avero united in
marriage by Rev. Dr. John Chester, of tho
Metiopolltau Presbyterian Church, on Wednes
day, at noon, Rev. Dr. Elliot, of tho Foundry
M, E. Church, assisted. Tho ceremony took
place at tho bride's residence, No. 1438 Q street.
Only relatives and a fow intimate friends were
invited to witness tho marriage. The drawing
rooms wero prettily adorned with palms, rub
ber plants, and masses of tall white lilies. A
handsome wedding breakfast was served, after
which Mr. and Mrs. May loft for their wedding
MI6S Barbour M. Hutchison and Mr. Clarksou
T. Colbert wero united in marriage on Thursday
evening, at tho Mt. Vernon Church, by Rev.
Mr. Weightmau. Tho brido woro a traveling
costume of bluo. Sho was attended by two
bridesmaids, Miss Maggie Hutchison and Miss
Nannie Clements, who wero gowned alike in
old rose cashmere. The groomsmen were
Messrs. J. A. Hutchison and L. F, Mattingly.
Messrs. G. A. Veltch and W. D. Monroe acted
as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Colbert, who are
Virginians, will make their future home at
Among the many delightful luncheons of the
week was that given on .May Day by tho
Misses Laura and Graco Walker, at their Vermont-avenue
residence. Tho guest of houor
was Miss Cleone Daulols, of Omaha. Tho
guests wero Miss Fielding Roselle, Miss Frances
V, Andrews, tho Misses Ruttor, tho MiesesTop
ham, tho Misses Deariug, Miss Mamie Williams,
Miss Nina Guion, Miss Annlo Gibson, Mrs.
AViso, Miss Alice AVinans, Miss Mamlo Brooks,
and Miss Sterling. Tho luncheon table was
beautifully adorned with massos of flowers.
Representative Lester, of Georgia, and fam
ily aro now located at tho Richmond. Miss
Lester has returned to tho city after a short visit
to friends. She is ono of tho most interesting
and attractive of the girls in tho Congressional
circle, and her friends aro happy to know that
sho will remain in AVashington through a part of
the summer, though, llko all true Southern
belles, the gay 8cason at tho White Sulphur is
tho important part of tho summer programme.
Mrs. N. S. Lincoln's Tuesdays are always at
tractive. Her reception this week was In honor
of Miss Gale, of New York, who is Mrs. Lin
coln's guest. Tho hours wero from 4 to 7.
The dainty tea table was adorned with La
France roses. Miss Galo poured tea and Miss
Hall, of Baltimore, served the punch. Among
tho many young people present wero Miss
Dahlgren Miss Fleming, Miss Fuller, aud Miss
AVinthrop, of Boston.
Monday evening Mr. B. II. AVnrncr entertained
a large company at his residenco on Massachu
setts avenue. The guests of honor wero tho
clergymen of the District, and all denominations
were represented. The reception was a delight
ful affair. Many of the most prominent men in
official life weie among tho guests. Tho ele
gance of tho entertainment was in keeping with
tue station auu uignity oi tno guests ot nonoiv
Mr. AVilliam Warren Card and Miss Maria
Llewllyn wero quietly married Thursday noon
at the residence of Hon. A. J. Bcntlcy. Rev.
Dr. Hamlin performed the marriage 6crvico. A
handsome wedding breakfast was served after
tho ceremony. Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Beriah AVilkins, Mrs. Cathcart, the Misses Self
ridge, and Mrs. Palmer.
Miss Edith Rebecca Gardner and Mr. Frank
II. Duehay, both of this city, wero married on
Tuesday at the residence of tho bride's father,
Mr. Thomas 1. Gardner, 1518 S street. Only
tho imniediatofamilies of the high contracting
Earties witnessed the impressive service. A
andsomc wedding breakfast was served after
the marriage ceremony.
Mrs. George A. Arms, wife of Maj. Anna,
of the Army, accompanied by her two elder
daughters, sailed for Europe yesterday. The
other children will remain at Maj. Arms's
country seat above Georgetown during Mrs."
Arms's absence, which will be prolonged until
late in the fall.
On Tuesday evening Hon. John A. King, of
Now York, gave a dinner at Wormley's at
which Vice President Morton was tho guest of
honor. Among the other guests wero Baron do
Struve. Sir Julian Pauncefote, Hon. John A.
Kasson, Assistant Secretary Batchellcr, and
Miss Nettie May Crook3 of Alexandria, and
Mr. Walter L. Kidwell, of tho Richmond and
Danville, were united in marriage on AVednes
day morning by Rev. Dr. Corey, of tho Metro
politan M. E. Church. Immediately after the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kidwell left for Aohe
ville, N. C.
Mrs. AVilliam C. Whitney will make a short
trip to England to see something of English
high life during the London season. Sho will
return to America in time to enjoy August at
Newport, where the ex-Secretary of the Navy
has rented the Isaac Bell villa.
The Minnehaha Club, of East Washington,
enjoyed a most delightful evening at tho homo
of Miss Evelyn Padgett, No. 1118 1 street south
east, on Thursday. There was a full attend
ance of this agreeable social club.
Miss Leila Jessie Cropp, of Upper Norwood,
Surrey, England, and Mr. James Carroll
Frazer, of Martinsburg, AV. Va., will bo married
In St. John's Church, Wednesday, by Rev. Dr.
Miss Susanno Bate is recovering from her re
cent illness. Senator and Mrs. Bate are now en
joying the comfoits of their own house, having
removed from the Ebbittto the residenco 1708 R
The Spanish Class continues its meetings. On
Friday Mrs. Cockrcll entertained the club mobt
delightfully. There was a full attendance of
the members, many of them in Spanish cos
tume. Gen. Innis Palmer and Mrs. Palmer, who re
cently returned from a visit to their son in
Texas, are making preparations to take up tboir
abode for the summer at their Oakland cottage.
Mrs. C. A. Williams, 1801 Eighteenth street,
gavo an elaborate dinner Monday night. Tho
floral decorations wero all of white and greon,
lilacs and maidenhair ferns predominating.
Mr. and Mr6. Casper AV. AVhitnoy arrived in
the city on Tuesday to attend tho meeting of
tho Dumblano Club. Mr. AVhitney is editor of
the Week's Sport, published in Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Kearney AVarren left tho city
on Monday for a brief visit North. On their
return thoy will closo their K-6trcet house and
start on their usual jaunt across tho water.
Ex-Senator and Mrs. Conger had tho pleasure
of entertaining Mrs. Garfield at dinner on Tucs
dav. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown woro also
Miss Sallie Carroll Brown, of Portlaud, Mo.,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. AVilliam T.
Carroll, at the family residence, 1801 F street.
Miss Lucy Cleborno, daughter of Medical Di
rector Clehorne, of tho Navy, is tho guest of
Mrs. Theodore AVIlson, of 1031 Sixteenth street.
Mrs. Thomas Francis Meagher and Mrs.
Mackin, of New York, who wero recently at
tho Arlington, have returned to Now York.
Miss Louiso Powell is at homo with her
mother at 1513 Rhodo Island avenue. Sho has
just returned from school in Topoka, Kan.
Miss Daisv Hampton, daughter of Senator
Hampton, of South Carolina, is spending the
month of May at tho Metropolitan Hotel.
Tho betrothal of Miss Jennie Oppenheiraer, of
this city, and Mr. Aaron J. Myers, of Charleston,
S. C, has been announced.
Tho Misses Ella and Mlunlo Johnson, of
AVilliamsport, Pa., aro the guests of Mrs. John
son, of 900 M street.
Judge and Mjb. John Davis cutertaiued tho
Vice President aud Mrs, Morton at dinner on
Mrs. John Vinton Dahlgren entertained a
fow frieuds at a handsoino luncheon on Monday
at tho Portland.
Mrs. Frank Campbell, of Ohio, is visiting her
parents, Major and Mrs. D. W. Rhodes, of 1723
Miss Shryer, of Cumberland, and Miss Rock,
of Brooklyn, aro visiting tho Misses Draney,
of 430 M street.
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