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A wedding which will unite two old Mary
land families will occur at St. Aloyslus's Church
at 0 o'clock Mouday eveniiur. The bride is
Miss Morgnu, daughter of Dr. James E. Morgan,
and sister of Dr. E. Carroll Morgan and Dr.
Dudley Morgan, of this city. The groom, is
Mr. James Mosher, of New lork. Miss Morgan
is a direct descendant of the sister of Archbishop
Carroll, the eminent prelate and first Arch
bishop of the Catholic Church in America, and
founder of Georgetown University. Mr. Mosher
is a member of the distinguished Brent family,
of -Marylandand a grandson of John Brent, the
first mayor of Washington. Mr. Mosher was a
resident of this city up to ten years ago, when
he went to New York to enter business, ile
holds a responsible position in that city in the
foreign freight department of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad. The ushers at the church
will bo Robert Crain, Conway Robinson, Lee
Brent Mosher, a brother of the groom; Carroll
Digges, and Dr. Dudley Morgan, a brother of
the bride. The bride will he given
away by her eldest brother. Dr. E. Carroll
Morgan. A reception will be held at
the family residence of the bride, on E street,
from 7 to 0 o'clock. After the wedding jour
ney the young couple will take up their resi
dence in New "iork. Mauy friends of the
bride and groom will come from Baltimore and
the South to attend the wedding. Miss Brown,
a daughter of Senator Brown, will come from
Georgia to be present.
As stated in Tin: Sunday IIekalvj of last
week, the marriage of Miss Lina Caldwell and
Baron von Zcdwitz will take place at the Cath
olic University, near this city. Cardinal Gib
bons will officiate, assisted by Bishop Spalding.
It is generally understood that the marriage
cannot be solemuized in front of the altar in
the chapel, as Baron Zedwitz is nat a Catholic.
However, there may be a new ruling in Miss
Caldwell's case. At the recent marriage of
Miss Tessie Fair and Mr. Oelrichs the marriage
ceremony could not take place in church, al
though the bride is a Catholic, because it was
"a mixed marriage." For the same reason the
nuptials of Miss Mary Wilson and Capt. Davis
will be celebrated at the bride's home, instead
of in St. Matthews's Church. The marriaee of
Miss Lina Caldwell is set for Tuesday. Miss
Caldwell and Miss Donnelly will be the brides
maids. Mr. Charles Pfluger, of Washiucton, and
Miss Annie Scheick, of Baltimore, were re
cently married at the bride's home, on Light
street, Baltimore. Rev. F. II. Herminghausen
performed the marriage ceremony. The bride
wore a stylish traveling costume of gray Hen
rietta cloth. She carried a bouquet of La France
roses. A number of Washington relatives and
friends witnessed the ceremony. Among them
were Mr. and Mrs. George Fiiuger, Mrs.
Pfluger, Mrs. Hertzog. Miss Margaret Yost,
Mrs. Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mr. Gil
mor, and Mr. Gutterson. A handsome supper
was served after the ceremouy. Mr. and Mrs.
Pfluger left on the 10-o'clock train for Wash
ington. A merry party of Washingtonians went over
to Baltimore on a special car Saturday to wit
ness the launch of a new composite steamer
built by William E. Woodall & Co. Miss Vir
ginia Dare Johnson, of this city, was sponsor,
breaking the conventional bottle of champagne
in appropriato form. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. E. Kurtz Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. G. Staples,Captaiu and Mrs. C. W. John
son, Captain and Mrs. Gregg, J. Harrison John
son. Mr. Barrett, Miss Sarah Johnson, and J.
W. Woodland. The party, having had a very
enjoyable trip, returned to Washington late
The marriage of Mr. Stilsou Hutchins, of this
city, and Miss Rose Blake Keeling, of Baltimore,
took place on Thursday evening at the bride's
apartments at the Albany Flats, in Baltimore.
Rev. Dr. R. J. Keeling, father of the bride, per
formed the marriage service. Miss Bessie .lon
tague, attired in pink tulle, and carrying a
bunch of La France roses, acted as maid of
honor. The bride's gown was of white crGpe,
trimmed with pearls. She wore handsome dia
monds, the gift of the croom. Her bouquet
was composed of lilies ot the valley. Mr. and
Mrs. Hutchins will spend some time in New
Hampshire before sailing for Europe.
Sefior Prudcnclo Lazcano, the successor of
Senor Varas as Chilian Minister to the United
States, is daily expected at the Legation. Mad
ame A'aras looks forward with impatience to
the time when she will reach her Southern
home. AVhile she has enj03-ed her experience
in Washington, she has never been able to enter
fully into the social life of the Capital, from
the fact that she found the difficulties of the
English language insurmountable.
Of the many June weddings one of the most
notable was that of Mr. Henry Randall Webb,
of this city, and Mi6S Maria Iuglo, daughter of
Rev. Osborne Ingle, of Frederick, Md. The
marriage was solemnized at high noon on
Wednesday In All Saints' Church, Frederick,
the father of the bride officiating. A number
of relatives and friends from Washington weut
to Frederick for the occasion.
The amateur dramatic and musical circles
have lost one of their brightest ornaments iii
Miss Edith Edmonston who, after terminating
her musical studies with our popular teacher,
Mmo. Kaspar, sailed for Franco on the steamer
La Champague. After a brief sojourn in Paris
she will proceed to Florence (11 Supevba) and
enter the class of the famous Sig. Vanncinl for
a com so of study in lyric opera.
The closing exercises of Olnoy Institute will
take place next Tuesday evening, when the
Misses Dorsoy will ho assisted by Rev, Drs.
Stuart McKim and Recester, Judtro Hagner,
and Hon. John Goode. Hon. W. C. P. Breckin
ridge will deliver the address to the graduates.
The exercises of the evening will be concluded
by the dance given to their pupils by the prin
cipals. Mi6S Lena Pettit, nieeo of Mr. Smith Pettit,
and Mr. Edwin S. Marlow, of this city, were
united in marriage on Thursday at high noon.
The ceremony was performed by 'Rev. Dr.
Cuthbert at the residence of Mr. Pettit, No. 219
Third street. The bride wore a stylish travel
ing costume. Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Marlow left for a trip northward.
Tho marrlacoof Miss Elizabeth S. Buckoyand
Mr. AVilllam Fitzhugh Gurley, of Omaha, took
place at tho bride's residence on Road street,
Georgetown Heights, on Thursday afternoon.
The ceremony was witnessed ouly by tho imme
diate relatives of tho bride and groom. The
knot was tied by Rev. E. L. Buckey, of St.
John's Church, Newport, R. I.
The engagement of Miss Mary Buttcrworth,
of Ohio, to Mr. Ilaughwont Howe, of Now
York, ha6 beeu officially annouueed, and the
popular couple are receiving many congratula
tions. Tho announcement was not a surprise,
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MRS. SENATOR INGALLS.
Mrs. Anna Louise Cliesebrouh, wife of Senator J. J. fmralls, was born in New York City,
of sturdy New England stock.- Her great-ereat-ixreat-grandfather Chesebrough was the founder
of Stonington, Mass., and also one of the incorporators of the town of Boston, and his name Is
preserved among the historical archives of the Old South in that city. Mrs. Iugalls Is the daughter
of Oliver Elsworth Chesebrough, a silk importer, formerly of New York. Her mother died when
little Annie was three years old. She had but one sister. Up to fourteen years ot age she enjoyed
the luxuries of a happy home and all the advautages'of residence in the great metropolis. It was
then that her father fulled in business, during the disastrous financial crisis of 1S57. But he
gathered up the remnant of his fortune, and acting under the advice of ex-Senator Poraeroy, his
friend, he settled in Atchison, Kan. Here Miss Chesebrough completed her education, and met
the talented young lawyer, John J. Iugalls, to whom she was married in 1805. There she has
continued to reside with her husband ever since, engaged in the quiet duties of domestic life and
the cares of a large family. Mrs. Ingalls is still a line-looking, attractive woman, who must have
been beautiful in her youth. She is of medium height, has a pleasant, gentle face; soft, dark eyes
and gray hair. She always dresses in good taste, and her colors are black or white for all state
occasions. Notwithstanding the cares of a large family, and somewhat limited resources, Mrs.
Ingalls has always kept abreast of the intellectual life of the times, and she is especially fond of
aud familiar with politics. She enjoys society, and while not devoted to the pursuit of its
conventional pleasures, she prizes the friendships formed and acquaintances made with our most
distinguished men and charming women. Mrs. Ingalls is fond of meeting interesting people, and
herlong residence in Washington has endeared her to a large circle. She is a fine conversationalist.
as their friends have for some time watched
the course of true love, which apparently is
going to run smooth.
The thirty-ninth annual commencement of
the Academv of the Visitation, Connecticut
avenue, took place on Friday. It was a most
interestinir affair. The pupils acquitted them
selves in "a manner to reflect great credit on
their accomplished teachers. There was a fine
exhibition of painting and artistic needle
work. Mrs. F. F. Whitehead and her daughter, Miss
Christopher, of 2010 R street, left Thursday for
Chicago, on a visit to Mrs. Whitehead's father,
Dr. David S. Smith, a prominent and wealthy
Chicagoan. They expect to be away until the
latter part of Noveimber, visiting Waukesha, N.
Y., and other places before returning.
Admiral Porter's seventy-seventh birthday
was celebrated Monday at the family mausion
on II street by a handsome luncheon, in which
all the members of the family now in the city
participated, as well as tho following friends:
Mis. and Miss Pursell and Lleutenunfand Mrs.
R. M. G. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs George T. Bassett have Issued
Invitations for the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Helen Corinno Thurber, aud Mr. George
Francis Shaw. Tho ceremony will take place
next Thursday evening, Juno 19, at 7 o'clock,
in tho Metropolitan Presbyterian Church, Cap
Miss Grace Davis returned early in the week
from New York, where sho went to attend tho
wedding of Miss Sara Elkins aud Mr. Oliphant.
On Thursday Miss Davis, in company with
Lieutenant and Mrs. Brown, left the city for
their summer home at Deer Park.
One by one the big mansions of the city arc
being deserted by their owners. Mrs. John B.
Henderson is about to abandon Boundary Cas
tle for the wilds of tho Adirondack's, where sho
will spend tho greater part of tho summer in
company with her husband and son.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Evans will leave the
city to-morrow morning for California and
Oregon, and will bo ubsent until August 1.
The Misses Evans will 6pend their summer va
cation at Capo May, where they will be joined
later in the season by Mrs. Evans.
Tho Misses Lilian and Isabel Collins, of West
Washington, will pass tho month of July at
Rockfoid, Mass., as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs,
William Roberts, a prominent lawyer of Boston.
Mrs. Dudley Page, of Frederick, Md., will
chaperono tho visitors.
limitations have been issued by Mr. aud Mrs.
Georgo J. Bassett for the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Helen Corinno Thurber, and
Georgo Francis Shaw for Thursday evening, at
7 o'clock, iu tho Metropolitan Presbyterian
Capt. Gilbert Edmund Overton, Sixth United
States Cavalry, has returned from a sojourn iu
Europe, where ho went for the benefit of his
health. Mrs. Overton and children will re
main in Switzerland for the summer.
General and Mrs. Edward F. Bealo have
rented a cottage at Manchester-by-the-Sea. Mr.
and Mrs. Backmetieff will spend the summer
mouths with them at the sea-shore, returning,
early in the autumn, to Europe.
At the receut marriage in London of Mr. Bal
lard Smith aud Miss Kitty Butterfleld, of New
York, the bride was given away by Mr. Lincoln,
the American Minister. Tho marriage was
solemnized in Savoy Chapel.
Mrs. A. II. Walker, of 1231 Massachusetts
avenue, has as guests Mrs. William II. Jack
son, of Denver, and her daughters, tho Misses
Hallle and Louise Jackson. They will remain
in the city several weeks.
Mrs. J. P. Jones has been visiting Mrs. Lanier
Dunn in tho Warm Springs Valley of Virginia.
She returned to her Massachusetts-avenue resi
dence late in the week and will soon go to Ne
vada for tho summer.
MI6S Efllo Darling left yesterday to fill a ten
weeks' engagement as leading lady of tho
Dayton Grand Opera Company. Tho progress
of this charming singer is very gratifying to her
host of friends.
The marriage of Mr. E. David Brown, of the
City Post Ofllce, and Miss Emma Swallow Bart
lett will take place on Thursday, June 20, at
8 o'clock-, in tho .Memorial Church, Thomas Cir
cle. Mrs. Daniel C. French, formerly of Washing
ton, has left New York, to 6pend tho summer
at Concord, Mass., where- her husband, Mr. D.
C. French, the sculptor, has another studio.
Mrs. L. L. Blake, wife of Capt. Blake, of tho
Mount Yernou Line, is at her summer homo,
the Devor, Capo May, where 6ho aud Baby
Marion will remain all summer.
Among the many who will sail away for
Europe to spend tho summer months are Miss
Fleming and her brother, Mr. A. W. Fleming.
They will start on Wednesday.
Tho most notable oveut In London last week
was the wedding of Henry M. Stanley and Miss
Dorothy Tennaut. Tho marriage was solemn
ized In Westminister Abbey.
The Misses Coinpton, daughters of the Hon.
Barnes Coinpton, spent tho past week In Balti
more, where they were tho guests of the Misses
SIckel, of Madison avenue. "
.Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain, of Eng
laud, will pass a part of tho summer In Salem,
Mass., with Mrs. Chamberlain's parents, ex-Secretary
and Mrs. Endicott.
Mrs. Georgo S. Livingston, Miss Marian
Li"ingstou, aud Mrs. Marian E. Young left on
Monday for South Mountain, where they will
remain until autumn.
Miss Dai6y Blackford, of Georgetown, is
spending a fortnight iu Leesburg,
Captain Raymond and wife leavo for Con
necticut Tuesday, 7th Instaut, on his 6loop
Jeannettc. Miss Gussie accompanies them as
far as New York.
Tho many friends of Mls3 Dedio McCoy, for
merly of Washington, will bo interested toicaru
of the announcement of her engagement to Dr.
Dudley M. Hall, of Now York. Miss McCoy is
tho daughter of the late Dr. McCoy, of Capitol
Hill, and has resided in tho Empire City for
Mrs. Blanchard, wife of Rcpresentattvo
Blanchard. of Louisiana, left the city Saturday
for a month's sojourn at Forest Inn, Forest
Mrs. Roswell P. Flower and her married
daughter, Mrs. Taylor, have left their home
hcie, 17351 street, and aro now at Watertown,
Mr. Georgo Bancroft and daughter, Miss
Bancroft, left on Tuesday for their villa at
Newport, where they will remain until Septem
ber. Governor Campbell, of Ohio, Mrs. Campbell,
the Misses Campbell, and Miss Owens aro re
cent additions to the colony at Deer Park.
Mrs. Harvey Carbaugh has returned from San
Autonia, Tex?, to visit her .mother, Mis. Hen
derson, of 1012 Rhode Island avenue.
Miss Lore, of Delaware, will attend Miss
Mario Wilkinson as maid of honor at her wed
ding on Wednesday eveniug.
Miss Flint, of 1734 I street, will pass the
summer at Manchc6ter-by-the-Sca, that delight
ful resort in New Hampshire.
Madame Romero aud Mrs. Meuocal contem
plate a trip to Europe together. They will
probably sail early In July.
Mrs. W. T. Hildrup, of No. 1 Iowa Circle,
has left Atlantic City for her country homo at
the Delaware Water Gap.
The marriage of Miss Mary Wilson and Capt.
Davis, of the Army, will take place on Tuesday
at the home of the" bride.
Mrs. Myron A. Pearce, of Chicago, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Fassctt, of 1203
New Hampshire avenue.
Mrs. Eugene Ives has returned to her homo
in New York to prepare for a sojourn near
Mrs. E. Albers aud Miss C. A. Lang are en
joying a trip through the West. They will be
absent two months.
Mrs. Gilman, wife of Gen. Gilman, of the
Army, and Miss Kate Gilmau spent the week at
Mrs. and Miss Crosby, wife and daughter of
Admiral Crosby, of the Navy, are at the Wind
sor, Cupe May.
Miss Mildred Carlisle will go to the sea-shoro
on tho termination of her visit to the Univer
sity of Virginia.
Sefior Zegarra, Peruvian Minister, and fam
ily will 6pend the summer in the country near
Mrs. J. F. Manning is spending tho summer
in Lincoln, Neb.,with hersister,Mrs. Dr. Charles
Miss Maggie Dalton and Miss May Harcourt
will spend the summer at the Fauquier White
Willie Lerch, of Millershurg, Pa., is paying a
visit to his friends, Mr. and Mrs. George R.
Miss Janie Stevens, of Chicago, is the guest
of Miss Alma Norton Johnson, at the Roch
ester. Mrs. Phil Sheridan and her children will
leave during the week for their cottage at Non
quitt. Misses Bessie and Nettie DuIIamel are spend
ing the summer among friends in Canada.
General and Mrs. Innis Palmer are settled for
the summer in their cottage at Oakland.
Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson and MI6S Anna Wilson
are at their new cottage near Oakland.
Miss Jeannette Halford and Mi68 Carrlo
Parker have returned Irom West Point.
Miss Esmeralda Boyle is visiting her cousins,
tho Misses Boyle, of Fifteenth street.
Miss Vanderhost Is the guest of Miss Marie
Butler, daughter of Senator Butler.
The Brazilian Minister and family will spend
the summer at Orkney Springs, Va.
Mrs. II. Bush left Saturday morning to spend
the summer at her homo iu Maine.
Mrs. Robert Gordon Hardio is visiting her
parents, Senator and Mrs. Cullom.
Miss Katydid Jones, of O street, will spend
tho summer near Warrenton, Va.
The British Minister and family will summer
Miss Louise Bainbridgo Hoff spent tho week
at Fortress Monroe.
Admiral Porter and family have gone to their
villa at Cauonicut.
Mrs. Shriver Stewart, of Q 6treet, will sail
shortly for Europe.
Gen. Anson McCook has leased a cottage at
Tho Coreaus will summer at Berkeley
Admiral and Mrs. Queen will summer at Deer
Endowment of Colleges,
On Thursday next, by agreement arrived at
yesterday, tho Senate will continue tho con
sideration of tho hill to establish an educational
fuud, and apply tho proceeds of tho public
lauds and the receipts from certain land grant
railroad companies to tho more complete endow
ment and support of colleges for tho advance
ment of scientific and industrial education.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermout, addressed tho Sonato
yesterday iu advocacy of the bill, and after
some cursory discussion, and tho adoption of
several amendments, tho measure was laid asldo
Squatters to bo Bounced.
Tho Secretary of tho Interior has received In
formation that prospective settlers aro making
preparations to enter and settlo upon tho lands
recently ceded to tho United States by tho Iowa
and Sac and Fox tribes of Indians, lu tho Indian
Territory, before tho articles of cesslou havo
been ratified by Congress. Until Congress shall
have ratified these agreements all settlers will
bo rigidly excluded from these lands, aud no
prematuro attempt at settlement on tho part of
Individuals or parties will be tolerated.
False Fire-Alarm Striker.
RiUTJtxo, June 14. On a number of occa
sions recently tho lire companies of this city
have been annoyed by tho striking of tho fire
alarm at unseasonable hours. The alarms
came from boxes situated iu different sections,
and tho companies on responding could find no
Arc. This afternoon John II. Thamin, a, mcm:
her of Secret Council and chairman of tho com,
mittee on fire, was arrested, charged with strik
ing a false alarm at midnight a week ago. Ho
Subsidized Railroad Accounts.
Mr. George Evans, the disbursing ofllccr of
tho Interior Department; Messrs. W.M. Thomp
son and Frank E. Storm, accountants in the
office of the United States Commissioner of
Railroads, will leavo Washington next Monday
for the purpose ot making the annual examina
tion of tho books, accounts, and general condi
tion of tho aided railroads west of the Missis.
Fish Commission Invest igation.
Five witnesses were examined yesterday by
the subcommittee of the Sonato Committee on
Fisheries, investigating the charges against Fish
Commissioner McDouald. They were: Dr. T.
H. Bean, and S. G. Worth, at present connected
with tho Commission, and F. K. Blaisdell, S.
W. Kellar, aud Richard Dana, former employe's.
Nothing of any particular moment was elicited,
it is said, and "tho subcommittee adjourned to
meet next Tuesday.
Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill.
Less than an hour was spent upon tho Sundry
Civil Appropriation bill iu tho House yesterday
afternoon. The only amendment adopted was
that proposed by Mr. Browne, of Virginia, to
appropriato $S,000 for macadamizing a road to
tho National Cemetery near Fredericksburg,
Va. Pending final action on tho bill, public
business was suspended, and eulogies upon the
late lion. Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania,
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