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A correspondent writes: "It Is alwaj-s the
season nt Old Point Comfort. Other resorts
have their time fade and die, but hero the sea
son, like the brook, 'goes on forever.' A bril
liant gorman was the winding-up delight of
the Fourth of July festivities. It was Riven by
the girls of the garrison and hotel, and
was chaperoned by Mrs. James B. Pace, of
Richmond; Mrs. Duncanson, of Washington,
and Mrs. Warner Moore, of Richmond. Mr.
Jackson, of Atlanta, led, dancing with Miss
Bcttio Pace. Capt. Eaton. Mrs. Lieut. Wil
liams, Miss Frank, Lieut. Archibald Campbell,
Miss Miller. Lieut. Gustavo Stevens, Miss Bo
dell, Lieut. Adams, Lieut. Phillips, and Mr.
Bodell represented the Army. Mrs. Johnson,
Col. Jo. Lano Stern, of Richmond; Miss Tier
nan. Mr. Taliaferro, Mr. Archer, the Misses
Hall, Mr. I'egram, Mr. llnmebury, the Misses
Moore, Miss Sarah Hunter, Miss Whltchurst,
Miss Story, Miss Eckert, Miss Fuller, Mr.
Pleasants, and Mr. Pace were the representa
tives of civil life. The girls' gowns were great
successes, and showed to ndvantago as they
tripped 'the light fantastic' Miss Lizzie Ta'
lor, a charming Norfolk girl, is tho truest of
Miss Alice Frank, daughter of Col. Frank, of
One of the most enjoyable bargo parties of
the season was the one given Friday evening
from the Columbia boat-house by Mr. Phil
Brown. Tho handsome bargo left the house a
little after G o'clock and was rowed up the
river as far as the "Rookery," where a halt
was made, and 6ome excellent singing was par
ticipated in, Miss Mattie Thompson accompany
ing on the hanjo. Night had fallen when the
barge returned to Analostan Island, which was
decorated very prettily with Chinese lanterns,
while huge fires made tho place bright and
pleasant. Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Hoblitzel, Hub Smith, Miss Mattie Thomp
son, Leo Harban, Miss Cammack, Mi6s May
Huyck, Charles Stealcy, Miss Blanche Brown,
Lieut. Beatly, Miss Peachy, Lieut. Chambers ,
Miss Huyck, Mr. Bowers, Miss Brown,
Mr. Huyck, Miss Taylor, Mr. Gibbs, and
"Bobby" Elder, who manipulated the silken
cords. Dancing was engaged in at the club
house on the return from tho island.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Harris, now residing at
the Shor.,ham, sail on the steamer Werra of the
North German Lloyd line on the 19th instant,
en route to attend the International Medical
Congress in Berlin. Many of the delegates
whom he is to meet in that distinguished nody
will remember with pleasure Dr. Harris's tireless
and generous hospitality extended to them,
and especially to the section of dentistry, dur
ing the meetings here two or three years ago,
and it is safe to predict a hearty welcome and
reciprocation of courtesies when he takes his
place among his professional brethren in Ber
lin. The Doctor will be greatly missed by
many friends and patients here, and they unite
in wishing him bon voyage and a speedy re
turn. Mrs. M. A. Durham, of Brookland, enter
tained the W. N. P. A. on Friday evening at
her delightful suburban home. Those present
were Mrs. M. D. Lincoln, president; Mrs. M.
A. Lockwood, Mrs. Leggett, Airs. Ralston, Mrs.
Coohdge, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Emily Thornton
Charles, Mrs. McUreery, Miss Tule, Miss Coyne
Fletcher, Mt6s Cynthia Cleveland, Mrs. E. L.
Sherwood, Mrs. Sperry, Mrs. McL. King, Miss
Conklin, Mrs. Vorhees, Miss Inese, Mrs. Ran
som, Miss Ireno Ransom, Mrs. Mohl, Mrs.
Crandell, Mrs. Brlnton, and Mrs. Hort. Mrs.
Durham proved to be a most genial and hos
Mr. Warren C. Tilton, of this citv, and Miss
Frances Mira Brown, of Halifax, N. S., were
married Tuesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, at the
Church of tho Ascension by the Rev. Dr. El
liott. The wedding was a very quiet afTalr,
owing to the recent death of Miss Brown's
father. No cards were issued. Mr. Walter
Davidge, Jr., of this city, was Mr. Tilton's best
man, and Mr. G. H. Beaman gave Miss Brown
Mr. John E. McLeran, a popular young busi
ness man, of tho firm of Hciskell fc McLeran,
No. 100S F street, left tho city Friday morning
for a trip through tho Now England States.
On tho 29th of tho preseut month Mr. McLeran
and Miss Bessie A. Strang, daughter of Mr.
Samuel A. Strang, of New York, will be mar
ried at "Shadow Farm," Narragausett, R. I.,
the summer residence of Mr. Strang.
Miss Roberta Kerr Elliot, of Washington,
who for tho past few years has resided in Ger
mantown, Pa., sailed for Europe Juno 2S on
tho Furnessia. After making a tour of Scot
land and Ireland and attending tho wedding of
her cousin, Miss Minnetta Hyatt, which will
take place in London tho Inst of August, she
will continue her studies at tho University of
Mrs. and Miss Batcholler aro still at their
Vermont-avenuo residence. They will leave
tho city late In tho month to make an oxtenslve
trip to fashionable sea-side resorts. Secretary
Batcheller will accompany them on tho trip.
As usual, they will spend some time in tho
White Mountains, finishing tho season at Sara
toga. Dr. Burnett expects to sail on tho 15th In
stant to attend tho Berlin International Medi
cal Congress. Mrs. Burnett, with her sons,
Lionel and Vivian, is in tho mountains of Si
lesia for tho beuefit of Llonol'6 health, Dr.
Burnett will join his family after tho adjourn
ment of the congress.
Miss Almy, daughter of Admiral Almy, after
a delightful visit to Miss Wannmaker at Linden
hurst, spent a fow days with Admiral and Mrs.
Almy at tho Water Gap House, Delaware Water
Gap. Tho wholo family aro now at Richfield
Springs for tho season, where Miss Almy is a
Miss Lizzie Sherman Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Thackara, at her cottage on Columbia ave
nue, Capo May. Mrs. Thackara has lately
turned her attention to literature, and the July
number of the Cosmopolitan coutalns nn article
from her pen entitled "Three Great Trainlntr
Lavlnia Shannon and Giles Shino will leavo
tho city on Thursday next for Rhlnebeck-on-the-Hudson,
where they will bo tho' guests of
Mr, and Mrs. Augustus Iaslgl. Mr. lasici is
tho 6on of a foimer Minister from Turkey to
tho United States.
Miss Bettie do Kennel, of Brittany, France,
who spent tho season In Washington, is passing
the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. D. M.
Kearney, at Capo May, where Mrs. Kearney
owns one of tho most olegaut villas on Beach
Regretfully indeed will friends of Miss Katio
Gordon learn that sho has been unexpectedly
urged to return to her homo at Fraukfort, Ind.
And Miss Maud Paris, her charming hostess, is
especially unfortunate. The grace, ease, and
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pleasant manner which won Miss Gordon many
friends will kiudle many wishes for her early
The excursion on Thursday evening last of
tho "F. S. S." to Marshall Hall on tho Macales
ter, was one of tho pleasantcst parties that has
left the city this season. Tho steamer was
comfortably filled and every one had ample
room for dancing. At tho request of their lady
friends the club will repeat tho excursion at an
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bridgett have taken a
cottage at Deer Park for tho season, and will
leavo for there to-morrow. They will chaper
o'no quite a gno party, which will include Miss
Grace D. Parker, of Park street, Mount Pleas
ant; Miss Mannlc Moore, Miss Jean McLaugh
lin, and Dr. Dave Moore.
Miss Mollie Townsend, of 1517 1 street, is
spending the summer at her beautiful resi
dence at Treeport, Pa. Her departure at this
time is a sad blow to her circle of friends who
yet remain in tho city, as her presence was tho
forerunner of social enjoyment.
Air. and Mrs. PHinrlna 11 TTnnfnnl will cnn.,,1
the summer at the Warm Sulphur Springs, Va.
Mr. Hanford will support tho chnrming young
actress, Miss Julia Marlowe, next season, play
ing Ingomar, Malvollo, Meicutlo, Iachlmo,
Mr. William Allison Merrltt left tho city yes
terday for Lewlsetta, Va., on the Chesapeake
Bay, where he will be joined August 3 by Mr.
W. A. Marschalk, when they will take a cot
tage and keep "bachelors' hall" for a month.
Postmaster General Wanamaker has gone to
Cape May Point for a short visit to his family.
Mrs. Wanamaker and daughters will remain at
their sea-side cottage until the 1st of August,
when they will go to Saratoga and Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Skinner have returned
from their wedding joumev and are paying a
parting visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bacon,
Mrs. Skinner's parents, before starting for
their home in Galveston, Tex.
Miss Winnie Davis, who arrived last week
from Europe by La Bretagne, is now atBeavoir,
her Southern home. Miss Davis's marriage to
Mr. Alfred Wilkinson, of Syracuse, will take
place early in the autumn.
Mrs. Reed, with her young daughter, Miss
Kitty, left early in the week for their homo in
Maine, where Mrs. Reed will endeavor to rest
and recuperate from the fatigue occasioned by
her winter social duties.
The family of Mr. Thomas E. Waggamau is
at Bluff Point, the scene of tho disastrous wind
storm that took place on Tuesday evening last.
No member of the family was injured in the
Lieut. Converse, of the Army, arrived hero
early in the week on a visit to his father-in-law,
Admiral Jenkins. Mrs. Converse, who has been
here several months, will go West with her hus
band in a few weeks.
Mrs. Frank Leslie, who Is making her annual
pilgrimage through Europe, recently spent sev
eral weeks in Paris, where sho was the guest of
Mrs. Lucy Hamilton Hooper. In tho Ruo des
Mrs. John G. Merritt and daughter, Miss
Leonora Merritt, have left the city for Canton,
Ohio, where they will speud the summer with
Mrs. Merritt's daughter, Mrs. Henry L. Erd
man. The marriage of Mr. R. W. Buckley and Miss
Florence Meylert was recently quietly cele
brated in New York, at the homo of tho bride's
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bucklev are at the Ran
dall. Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton Weir have returned
to their homo In New York City from a charm
ing visit to Washington. While here they were
tho guests of Mrs. H. T. Hamilton.
Mr. Thomas F. Bayard, Jr., sailed for Europe
last week. In company with a college class
mate he will make a walking trip through Eng
land and Scotland.
Mrs. L. A. Fischer, of Massachusetts avenue,
has gone to Orange, N. J., for a short visit;
thenco she will go to Atlantic City for a visit of
General and Mrs. George B. Williams will
spend a few weeks at the Stephenson House,
St. Catherines, Canada, before going to their
Dr. and Mrs. Fry and Mrs. Fry's sisters, tho
Misses Naunlo and Mary Campbell, sailed on
Wednesday for Europe, where they will travel
Miss Jennie Robinson, of Bloomington, Vt.,
accompanied her sister, Miss A. J. Robinson,
to Atlantic City, where they will remain until
Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Miss Alma Johnson,
and Mr. Deuman Johnson loft on Monday for
Ocean Grove, where they will remain until
Miss Emma Henderson, of I street, will leavo
for Colonial Beach on the 15th instant. Later
she will go to Asbury Park to remain until Sep
tember. Tho Attorney General and Mrs. Miller have
returned tr WnRhiiurtnn. nffm. cnm.n,.
couplo of delightful weeks in tho State of New
Miss Dean, accompanied by her two brothers,
aro tho guests of Miss Helen Nichols at her
country home near Brlghtou, Howard County,
Tho Misses Louise and Constance Grosvenor
are, with their parents, Representative and
Mrs. Grosvenor, at tho Ocean House, Newport.
About fifteen ladles of tho W. N. P. A. nie
making preparations to attend tho annual en
campment of tho G. A. R. at Boston in August.
United States Treasurer Huston has recently
been a guest at the Traymore, Atlantic City,
where he went for the benefit of the sea air.
Miss Pauliue Westou, of 1521 T street, is sum
mering at Highland Park, 111., with her cousin,
Mrs. R. II. Babcock, wifo of Dr. Babcock.
Mrs. Shriver Stuurt and Mrs. Vau Vorhees
sailed on Thursday for Europe, where they will
travel through tho summer and autumn.
Mrs. Gen. Hazen and her son aro mnkiug a
short visit iu Virginia. Mrs. Bugher and Mas
ter Frank Bughet aro at Oakland, Md.
Mr. Buehrod Robinson, Mrs. R. D. French,
and tho Misses Marlow wero registered last
week at tho Traymore, Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Presbroy and family
left Monday morning for Lako George, where
they will spend tho summer months.
Miss Jennie Jones, of Fredericksburg, Va.,
who has beeu visitiug Mr. and Mrs. E. j! Burt
returned home on Tuesday, accompanied by tho
Misses Nettle Lescallett and Adah Burt. Thov
will spend a part of their summer vacation
visiting tho family of Mr. Robert L. Perry, of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Young (n6o Thom
ason) left for Colonial Beach yesterday. They
will bo gone until tho 15th of August.
Dr. and Mrs. D. OHn Leech have returned to
tho city and will bo at homo to their friends on
Thursdays at 732 11 street northeast.
Miss Adelaide Kelton, daughter of Gen. Kel
ton, is visiting Mrs. Potts, wife of Lieut. Potts,
of the Army, at Fortress Monroe.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hedian, (the latter nGc
Ennis,) will spend tho entire summer at Luth
eivlllc, Baltimore County, Md.
Mrs. T. W. Spratlcy, wife of Pay Clerk Sprat
ley, of tho Navy, is vlBltlng her father, Dr. J.
W. Raj-, at Laurol Hill, NT Y.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Saunders returned to tho
Hamilton House early iu tho week from a visit
to the Blue Mountain House.
Rev. Dr. flhnnrmlln. nf Sfc. Arntfliow'o n.nnm.
panied Cardinal Gibbous to Capo May. Thoy
will remain there a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Hcndley Smith, (the latter no
Young,) of San Francisco, aro In Baltimore,
visiting Mrs. Bayard Smith.
Mrs. E. S. Malouey, accompanied by her
sons, Elbert and Roger, are making their an
nual visit to Atlantic City.
Mr. aud Mrs. Stanley Brown recently sailed
for Europe by steamer Umbrla. They will re
main abroad until autumn.
Mrs. Senator Stockbrldge and her sister, Mrs.
Mansfield, have returned to the city from a brief
visit to Wissahickon Inn.
Miss Kitty Gibson, daughter of Gen. Gibson,
of tho Washington Barracks, is one of the belles
at tho Hygela, Old Point.
Misses Anna L. and Evelyn C. Mumford, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., aro visiting this city, and arc
stopping at 1527 I street,
Mrs. Hamilton Colman is at Harper's Ferry
for the summer. Her 6ister, Miss Marietta
Hines, accompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. Isham Hornsby aro visiting
Mrs. Hornsby's mother, Mrs. Jeremiah Black,
at her home in York, Pa.
Mrs. John Curtl6s, Mrs. J. A. Griesbauer, and
children are at Galthersburg, Md., where they
will spend tho summer.
Mrs. C. C. Duncanson, accompanied by Miss
Smoot, of Alexandria, arrived at the Hygela,
Old Point, last week. b '
Lieutonant and Mrs. Charles Ray and Mrs.
Robert Ray are at Oakland, where they will re
main until autumn.
Mrs. W. T. Pierson and Mrs. B. W. Browne
will spend the summer at resorts on the coast
of New England.
Mrs. John Trimble left early in the week for
Greenwich, Conn. Her daughter, Mrs. Stern,
General and Mrs. Egbert L. Vlele are so
journing at Lake Mohonk Mountain House,
New Paltz, N. Y. '
Mrs. Mullan and the Misses Mullan, of. Con
necticut avenue, will spend tho summer at
Lieut. Commander R. P. Leary, of the Navy,
aud Mrs. Leary are making a short visit to Old
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Herman, Sr., with their
grandson, Leon Strauss, aro at Congress Hall,
Atlantic City. '
Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell, of Baltimore, and
her son, Mr. Oliver O'Donnell, spent last week
at Deer Park.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brown have returned
from their wedding trip and are residing at
1315 T street.
Mrs. Walter Doxsou, of the West End, is
passing tho summer with relatives in New Lon
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Hill and Dr. James Dudley
Morgan spent last week nt the Colonnade. At
The Misses Gillenwater, of this city, are tho
guests of Dr. Rcddig. at his villa at Shippen
Mr. and Mrs. John McLean have rented a
cottage at Bar Harbor, where they will spend
Mrs. A. L. Powell has returned to her homo
on Rhodo Island avenue from a short visit to
Miss Cvntllin filnvnlnnrt Tins vohirnnil fmm
extensive trip West much refreshed by her
Mrs. Shriver Stewart and Mrs. Van Vorhees
sailed on Thursday for a summer trip through
Maj. II. A. Hall and family left last week for
Lake George, whero they will spend the summer
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlllard, of K street, aro
preparing to start on their annual visit to Nan
tucket. Miss Kato Cooper, of Fauquier Count)', Va.,
is tho guest of Miss Katydid Jones, of 1213 O
Mrs. Anna II. Barnes, of Georgetown, is
spendliiE tho summer on tho New England
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Metcalf are spending the
summer at Richfield Springs and Cooperstown,
Miss Clara Salmon, of Now York, Is the
guest of Mrs. I. Grosner, -158 M street north
west. Mrs. E. W. nalford and daughter have gono
to CreBson, Pa., for tho remainder of tho sum
mer. Mrs. Warner Bailey and her sisters, tho
Misses Williamson, are at Oakland for tho sea
son. Mrs. Alexander Magrudcr is now in Paris.
Sho will not return to Washington before Octo
ber. Mrs. Robert I. Fleming will spend the entire
summer at Fauquier White Sulphur Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Guthridgo have returned
from their visit to tho White Sulphur Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Will SeufTorle and family left
Mouday for Rock Enou to spend tho summer.
Miss Katio PIckell, of 312o Dumbarton
avenue, Is visiting her aunt, in Danville, Pa.
Mrs. W. Bruce Gray and children have gono
to Rockbridge Alum Springs for tho season,
Mi6s Bertie Keen is visiting Miss Georgia
Franklin at her home in Westminster, Md.
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Ide aro
spending tho summer at Narragausett Pier.
At latest dates Col. F. Colton, of this city,
was testing the beer at tho Royal Brewery in
Munich, preparing for a projected trip witli his
family to tho Land of tho Midnight Sun.
Mrs. Isaac Henderson and her daughter, Mrs.
Carbaugh, are spending tho summer at Ken
nebunkport. Dr. D. O. Lewis, of the Naval Hospital, is
spending the month of July at Capo May.
Dr. Alfred Do Carrie and family aro summer
ing at Mooro's Hotel, Lconardtown, Md.
Mrs. William H. Clagett and daughters will
spend tho month of August at Oakland.
Mrs. J. Lowrio Bell and family will pass tho
entire summer at Kennebuukport, Me.
Mr. I. N. Brook, accompanied by his daugh
ter, is at the Kondertou, Atlantic City.
Representative Cannon and daughter aro so
journing nt tho Blue Mountain House.
Mrs. Townsend and Miss Madeline Townsend
left yesterday for Ryo Beach, N. II.
Professor Chase and Miss Hattio Chnso will
spend the summer in New England.
Mrs. IFindlay Harris will leavo during the
week for tho mountains of Virginia.
Mrs. J. 11. Sypher and family will spend tho
month of August In Aurora, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. Nell aro the guests of
Mrs. II. C. North at tho Clarendon.
Dr. G. S. Palmer and Mrs. Palmer left on
Monday for the White Mountains.
Miss Grace Adrion, of York, Pa., is visiting
Miss Mabel Jones at 3331 N street.
Mr. A. A. Grcenlees and family, of West
Washington, are at Mount Desert.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Flshback havo re
turned from their visit to Boston.
Miss Cecilia DuHamel is recovering health
and strength at Lynn Haven, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Warder and family, of
1503 K street, are at Bar Harbor.
Mrs. Huston is preparing to go to her beauti
ful home near Connersville, Ind.
Rear Admiral Rodgers is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Nelson, nt Far Rockaway.
Mrs. Sothoron and daughter have gone to
Capon Springs for the summer.
Mr. William J. Acker was recently registered
at tho Lansdalc, Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Metcalfe left tho city on
Tuesday for Richfield Springs.
Miss Mary Moncure, of Stafford County, Va.,
is visiting friendsiu this city.
Mr. H. Clay Evans spent the week at the
Hotel Stickney, Atlantic City.
Mr. Oscar Herring and family are making a
visit to Rchoboth Beach, Del.
Hon. John Lee Carroll and family are at their
Newport villa for tho season.
Misses Mattie and Mary Jenkins have gono to
Atlantic City for the summer.
Miss Victoria L. Nourse has rented a hand
some cottage at Asbury Park.
Hon. George W. Billing6, of Ligonior, Ind., is
visiting relatives in this city.
Mrs. Boninmln Rpnll. nf 141K K cfront lo
the Blue Mountain House. '
Miss Kato Batcheller is the guest of Mrs. R.
M. G. Brown, at Deer Park.
Dr. and Mrs. Hillebrand will spend several
week at Mount Desert, Me.
Madame Preston and daughters are summer
ing at New London, Conn.
Mr. I. P. Cleaves sailed recently for a sum
mer trip through Europe.
Hon. J. C. Burrows and Mrs. Burrows spent
the week at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Manogue aro at tho
Colonnade, Atlantic City.
Mrs. Charles Gray aud Miss Robinson aro at
Capo May for tho season.
Judge Shellnharger and family aro located at
Oakland for tho season.
Miss May Phllbin, of Baltimore, Md., is visit
ing Master Hugh Fegan.
Mrs. William A. CrofTut will spend tho sum
mer lu New Foundland.
Mrs. Walter Gait and children are summer
ing at Westminster, Md.
Mrs. Tappan, of Q street, will spend tho sum
mer at Orkney Springs.
Mrs. W. II. Mills has gono to Capon Lako
House for a fow weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bramhall aro at tho
Blue Mountain House.
Mr. Duff Green, of Virginia, is a guest at the
Star Villa, Capo May.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carusl aro at "Wood
lawn," at Rockvllle.
The Chinese Minister arrived in Washington
on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs.R. W. Berry are settled for tho
summer at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Proctor aro at tho Fro
donla, Atlantic City.
Mrs. Greely and children aro settled nt Sor
rento for tho season.
Dr. and Mrs. Richardson nro still at Man-chester-by-the-Sea.
Mrs. John nay and children aro at their
Mrs. A. L. Roberts is ocenpying her cottage
at Asbury Park. b
Mrs. William Bradley will spend tho summer
at Deer Park.
The Misses Amy and Cordelia Wilbur aro at
Miss Katherlno Bryant is at tho Brighton,
Ml6S Grace Finloy will spend August at
Mrs. Gen. Berdan is tho guest of Mrs. Morton
Mrs. S. V. Nlles has gono to Deer Park for
Mr. Thomas Dowllng is at tho Fredonla, At
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Buckley sailed forEuropo
Mr. and Mrs. L. Simmons aro at Long
Justice aud Mrs. Blatchford aro at Newport.
Admiral and Mrs. Harmony aro at Saratoga,
Mr. and Mrs. James Tyner aro at Saratoga.
Mrs. T. P, Borden is at Narragausett Pi or.
Miss Mamie Hough Is at Oakton, Va.
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