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title: 'The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. (Washington [D.C.]) 1887-1896, August 24, 1890, Page 3, Image 3',
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Tho President Is enjoying his vacation nt Capo
May Point in a very quiet manner. Ho may
remain with his family until their removal to
Cresson for tho month of September, after
which a return of tho family to tho Whito
IIouso will be tho next move.
Although August, as a general thing, is not a
favored weddimr month, quite a number of
couples iu this city decided upon it as tho timo
when they should commence "to climb tho hill
together." Among tho number were Miss Clara
Emery, daughter of George S. Emery, and Rev.
Wilmot A. Carrington, son of Mr. Charles II.
Crtrrincton. The marriago was solemnized iu
tho New York-avenue Prcsbvtcrian Church at
10 o'clock Monday morning, Rev. Dr. Ramsdcll
officiating. Tho ceremony was witnessed by a
largo number of friends of tho high contracting
parties. Tho brido presented a charming pic
ture in her pretty traveling costume of mode
Lansdown silk. She carried a big bunch of La
France roses. Kev. and Mrs. Carrington left on
tho 11-o'clock train for New York. On "Wed
nesday thoy embarked for Rio Janeiro, whero
Rev. Mr. Carrington will labor as a missionary.
The presents received wero numerous and valu
able. Miss Ella Lawton, of this city, and Mr.
Louis R. Hart, of Birmingham, Ala., wero united
in marriage on Monday, in St. Stophen's Church
by Rev. C. F. Bart, brother of the groom,
assisted by Rev. Father P. J. O'Con
nell. Ushers: Messrs. Jos. E. Casey and
Richard Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrtwill reside
in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Luclen Davis, the
latter formerly Ida Stevens, are residing at 809
D street southeast. Their recent marriago In St.
Teresa's Church, Anacostla, was witnessed by a
largo number of friends. Tho ceremony was
performed by Rev. Father T. B. Ilughes, pastor
of St. Teresa's Church. In St. Joseph's Church,
Capitol Hill, Monday morning, Miss Annie
McLaughlin, daughter ef Mr. John McLaughlin,
and Mr. P. S. B. Quaid, of Anacostia, wero
united in marriage in tho presence of a number
of relatives and friends. Messrs. C.F.Wright
and M. J. Quinn acted as ushers. The bride
wore a stylish traveling costume, and carried in
her hands a dainty white prayer-book. Mr. and
Mrs. Quaid left soon after the ceremony for u
visit to tue wnito suipnur. un luesaay even
ing Miss Edith E AVakeliu, of Washington, and
Mr. Yulco Hodges, of Florida, were married by
Rev. Mr. Smith, assistant rector of Ascension
Church. The ceremony took place at tho resi
dence of tho bride's parents, 1G21 Tenth street.
The wedding was a very quiet affair, only the
immediate friends being present., Mr. and Mrs.
Hodges will reside at 1021 Tenth street.
A number of young ladies and gentlemen of
AVashington and vicinity have been sojourning
for somo days past at "Vino Crest," Falls
Church, and the manner in which they have
been "whooping It up" in that usually quiet
hamlet has made tho denizens open their eyes in
wonder. Fro'm early morn until dewy eve tho
belles and beaux from the Capital City have
kept tho little village in n constant 6tate of ex
citement. Tennl6, croquet, swinging, horseback
and buggy-riding have been the order of tho
day and of the night, too, for that matter.
Tho other cveningsomo of tho more enterprising
spirits of tho party suggested a change of pro
gramme in the way of" a "straw ride." Two
enormous wagons were filled with straw and
tho straw filled with gay young people bent
upon a lark. To one of the vehicles a four
horse team was attached, and to the other a
couple of great lumbering oxen hitched, and
away the merry group went through the village,
making tho most unearthly noises with tin
horns, cow bells, old pans and kettles, and
whatever else they could lay hands on. Bedlam
broken loose would be a tamo exhibition in
comparison. An old darkey on a street corner
observed the procession pass, and then with
protruding eyeballs turned and lied. Tho party
proceeded to the camp-meeting in Crossman's
Grove and witnessed tho exercises, beiug much
edified by tho same. Thence thoy proceeded
homeward, annihilating on their way several
gallons of ice-cream and a proportionate
amount of cake. Tho following young people
participated in tho outbreak: D. B. Patterson,
Mi6s Jessie Encland, G. T. Mankin, Miss Emma
Moore, 11. C. Snyder, Miss Ida Tompkins, Mr.
and Mrs. O. T. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
WatkinB, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. II. K. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailoy,
Mr. and Mrs. Jester, Mr. and Mrs. Keneaster,
Mr. Bleakmore, and Mr. Sloan.
Mrs. Hearst, with Miss llillyer, arrived in San
Francisco in timo for the wedding of Miss
Christino Barreda and Mr. Charles A. Moore.
Tho ceremony took place on the 0th of August,
at the residence of tho bride's mother, Mrs.
Frederick L. Barreda. It was a picturesquely
beautiful wedding. Tho long suite of parlors
displayed tho most artistic arrangements of
ilowers and foliage. In the room in which tho
ceremony was performed a sanctuary was ar
ranged with silk-covered prieudleux for tho
bridal couple. This improvised sanctuary was
festooned with palo-pinlr ell's, fastened with
bunches of La France roses and ferns. Noon
was tho hour, when, to tho sound of tho wed
ding march, tho bridal party appeared. There
was a maid of honor, Miss Rosa Barreda, and
six bridesmaids. Tho brido was given in mar
riage by her brother, Mr. Frederick Barreda.
Her wedding gown was a superb robo of whito
satin, trimmed with Valenciennes laco and
clusters of orango blossoms. Her tulle veil
was fastened with orango blossoms. Tho maid of
honor and bridesmaids wero attired uniformly
iu gowns of whito mous6ellno do sole. Tho cere
mony was performed by Rev. Aloyslus Varsi,
S. J. A handsome wedding breakfust was
served after tho ceremony. Mr. and Mre. Moore
are now making a wedding Journey through tho
Atlautio Stales. Tho bride and her 6lsturs are
well known here, whero thoy have made frc
queut visits to Madame Romero and Mrs. Hear6t.
Their father was somo years ago Peruvian Min
ister to tho United States, and at tho timo ho
was tho owuerof tho handsomest villa rosideuco
at Newport. This property has since passed
iuto possession of tho Astors.
Hon. J. R. Thomas and wife sailed on tho
Salla from Now York Wednesday morning for
Europe, Mrs. Thomas having two more of her
own compositions published hi Germany. Miss
Thomas, who has Just returned from Lake
Chatauqua, and Rob Thomas remain hero with
Mrs. Alice C. Hill. Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas will
bo absent two months.
Mrs. Marthon, wife of Lieut. Commander
Joseph Marthon, of tho Navy, is with a party
of friends from Norfolk, Va., at Bar Harbor,
Mo. Superintendent Osborne, of tho Norfolk
aud Western Railroad, wife andt little 6on aro
members of tho party.
Cards aro out for tho marriago of Miss Carrie
L. May and Mr. Benedict A. Sopor. Tho cere
mony will take placo iu St. Aloysius's Church
Tuesday moruiug, September 9, at 10:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Raudolph will remain at
Nantucket until tho end of August. After that
thoy Intend going to Scabright, N. J.
Miss Emma J. Smith aud Mr. Bertrand C.
Moore were quietly married Tuesday afternoon
in tho presenco of their immediato relatives.
Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Mr. Kent,
in All Souls' Church. Mr. and Mrs. Moore
aro enjoying a wedding trip in tho mountains.
BcsideB Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain, New Eng
land has another daughter, Lady Playf air, spend
ing the summer on her native soil. Sir Lyon
and Lady Playf air arc at Nahant, Mass., spend
ing tho season with Lady Playfair's parents.
Among others redstered last week at tho
Glenwood House, Delaware Water Gap, wero
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cromwell, Mrs. Goorgo It.
Johnson, Miss Johnson, and Mrs. Lamb, of
Mr. S. Herbert Giesy, who recently visited
Atlantic City, has returned tq Washington.
Mrs. Samuel II. Giesy Is visiting at her former
home, Norwich, Conn., where sho will remain
Mr. William II. Riddle, of this city, and Miss
Jenuio E. Griffith, of Brandon, Vt., wero
united in marriage by Rev. Frank C. Colby at
Asbury Park, Wednesday, August 13.
Mrs. G. C. Samson and son, Mrs. C. L. Reach,
Miss Reach, Mrs. E B. Duvall, and Miss II. L.
Duvall Joined tho AVashington colony at Ocean
Grove on Aredncsday.
Mr. G. T. Kraflt and Mrs. Krafft, Mrs. T. B.
Kalbfus, Miss T. Keyser, and Miss R. C. Dillon,
of AVashington, went over to AsburyTark early
in the week.
Mrs. AVilcox and Miss Mary Wilcox aro en
joying the pleasures of that charming resort,
Sorrento, where they will remain until Sep
tember. Miss AV. A. Plant and Miss M. E. Hunt were
among the Washingtonlans who enjoyed the
invigorating breezes of Ocean Grove during tho
Miss Mamie Raudolph, daughter of Payton
Randolph, general manager Richmond and
uauvuic nauroau system, is at iiarnsonnurg,
Misses Annio and Mamlo Myers, of Fifteenth
street, are in Loudoun County, Va., where
they will remain until early in September.
Mr. A. C. Moses is at Spring Lake, N. J.
Later on ho will accompany his mother, Mrs.
AV. B. Moses, to AVaukesha Springs, Wis.
W. E. Williams and family and Miss C. E.
AVilllams were among the Washingtonlans who
went to Asbury Park during the week.
Mr. Ralph L. Gait and family, of AVashing
ton, took up their quarters at tho Brunswick,
Asbury Park, during tho week.
Ml68 Helen AValmsley, of 803 Seventh 6trcet
northeast, is entertaining her couslu, Miss
Molllo Croett, of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. P. Van AVickle left Thurs
day morning for Ontario County, N. Y., whero
they will remain two weekB.
Mr. Melvillo D. Ilensey, who has been on a
trip to Ocean Grove' and Peokskill, N. Y., has
returned to tho city.
Col. A. II. Scott, of the Post Office Depart
ment, accompanied by his family, is at the Fcni
more, Asbury Purk.
Mrs. Nelson A. Miles, Ml6s Cecilia Miles, aud
Miss Mary Sherman aro spending somo weeks
at Monterey, Cul.
Hon. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain are mak
ing a visit to Salem, Mass., Mrs. Chamberlain's
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Saunders have returned
to tho Hamilton House from their trip to At
Mr. and Mr6. 1. L. Blout aro expected back
from their European tour about tho 10th of
Mi3s Amelia Fisher has gono with Miss Sarah
Collins to Atlantic City, whero they will remain
Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Carroll have returned
from Lakeville, and aro at their Takoma resi
dence. Mr. J. M. Clark ami family, of AVashington,
wero amone; tho week's arrivals at Asbury
Mr. Alfred AVallaco and Mrs. AVallace, of
AVashington, have been Bojourning at Asbury
Col. 0. 11. Nettleton, of tho Sixth Auditor's
Ofllco, has returned from his trip to New Eng
land. Mr. Frank Milliken spent a few days of tho
past week at Blackistono's Island, lower Poto
mac. Mrs. G. T. Raub and daughter aro at tho Jor
dan AVhito Sulphur Springs, Frederick County,
Mrs. Roger Q. Mills aud Miss Fannio Mills
have returned from their trip to Asbury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutter, of Q street, and family
have returned from their summer outing.
Mrs. S. Goldstein and tho Misses Goldstein
have returned from St. George's Island.
Mr. and Mrs. George AV. Knox are making an
extended trip to tho Northern resorts.
Mrs. L. R. Trembly and R. II. Trembly aro
at Mooro's Hotel, Leonardtown.
Mrs. Glenn Brown and sons aro sojournlnc
at Star Villa, Cape May.
Mrs. Fassett is the guest of Col. and Mrs.
Leo at Vineyard Haven.
Mrs. L. R. Smith, of AVashington, is at tho
St. Clair, A6bury Park.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Von Hartleben aro back
from their Boston trip.
Miss Mattio Scott Is at Vineyard Haven with
her mother and sister.
Miss Susie II. Griffin is spending a fortnight
at Rockaway Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hay are 6pendlug August
at A'iueyard Haven.
Judge, Mrs., and Miss Bradley will soon go
to Litchfield, Conn.
Mrs, Herman Poescho has gono to Montreal
on a vacation trip.
Dr. R. C. Fisher has returned from a vi6it to
Miss May Taff le visiting in tho Blue Ridge
Miss Lulu Rout has returned from Old Polut
Judge and Mrs. Upton are at Vineyard
Miss Fannio Cox is iu AVInchester, Aa.
Miss Emily Thorn Is at Rye Beach.
Justice and Mrs. Blatchford have returned to
their Newport cottage from a. visit to Saratoga.
Mrs. Blatchford is passing tbo summer very
quietly, as sho is in mourning retirement, owing
to tho death of n nephew, William Keith Ann
i6tead. A pleasant party of AVashington ladies who
went to Ocean Grovo early in the week con
sisted of Mrs. A. L. Powell, Mrs. N. II. Carter,
Miss Louise D. Powell, and-MIss E. J. Reed.
Mr. Macdonald Douglass is the guest of his
father, Commissioner Douglass. lie will leave
shortly for San Francisco, whero ho has been
ordered to tho Navy Pay Office.
Dr. Charles R. Grecnleaf and Mrs. Greenleaf
and family are spending tho month of August
at Rehoboth Beach, Del., where they aro quar
tered at Ho.tcl Ilcnlopen.
Mr. and Mrs. M. AV. Baylis aro spending tho
month of August at Berellobeth Beach, and will
visit Nova Scotia before returning to this city.
Mrs. AVanamakcr, with her daughter, Miss
Minnie, Miss Leubardt, and Mrs. Hamilton, of
Philadelphia, arc at the United States, Saratoga.
Miss Maud Lipscomb has returned to her
homo at Mount Pleasant after a delightful so
journ of two months near Harper's Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. John Key aro spending the
summer in the mountains of Colorado. Miss
Anna Key is at Berkeley.
Miss Goodacre accompanied her father to tho
G. A. R. encampment, aud is now spending a
fortnight.in Now York. -
Mrs. Cutler, of the Fifth Auditor's Office, a
worker in tho Potomac AV. It. C, is spending
her vacation in Maine.
General and Mrs. Ambler were recently en
tertained by Mrs. Hemboldt at her cottage nea
Pleasure Bay, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Browne were regis
tered last week at the KIttatlnny House, Dela
ware AVater Gap.
Mrs. Joseph Swasey has returned to her home
on Rhode Island avenue from a visit to New
Ex-Attorney General AVilllams, of Oregon,
and Miss AVilllams are making a short visit to
Miss Virgle Moncure, one of Stafford's belles,
Is visiting her brother, II. AV. Moncure, on I
The marriage of Miss AVinnio Davis and Mr.
Alfred AVilklnson has been postponed until npxt
Mr. J. B. Marion, Miss Marion, and Miss Mary
Marion are registered at the Brexton Villa, Capo
Postmaster Ross has returned to the citv.
leaving a part of his family at Rehoboth Beach
Mrs. George A. Bartlett and daughter aro
spending the heated season at Beverley, Ma66.
Mrs. M. E. Ilallett and tho Misses Hallett aro
at tho Water Gap House, Delaware AVater Gap.
Tho Misses Afrnes and Cora Geiger attended
the recent Roemer-Thure wedding in Baltimore.
Attorney General Miller and Mrs. and Mi6S
Miller are "at tho Brunswick, Asbury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller and Miss Eleanor
Miller aro at tho Ocean House, Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. C. Pitney havo returned
from their trip to Lower Cedar Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Cragin aro spending
tho month of August at Cape May.
Mr. AVilllam A. Percy and Mr. Lynn Percy
are at tbo Bluo Mountain House.
Capt. Lusk was a visitor to Fort Hamilton,
New York Harbor, last week.
Mrs. Percy E. Clark, who is at Swampseott,
Mass., will remain until fall.
Edwin Booth is visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Grossmann, at Narragansett.
Mr. Edward L. Pugh, son of Senator Pugh, is
at tho Strand, Asbury Park.
Capt. AVilllam A. McNulty is sojournlug at
Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
Mr. Frank N. Carver and family aro at tho
Fenimore, A6bury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Morgan aro at Hotel Ilcn
lopen, Rehoboth Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Addison Mann are sum
mering at Canouieut.
Capt. Turtle, of the Army, aud family are at
Rock Euon Sprlugs.
Mr. Corcoran Thorn is one of tho recent ar
rivals at Deer Park.
Mr6. Sioussa and family aro summering at
Mr. and Mrs. Poultuoy BIgclow will reside in
future iu London.
Mr. AVilllam II. Ruff is passing tho summer
at Capon Springs.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Araring aro at Spring
Lake for August.
Col. Amos has returned from his trip to tho
Miss Fannio Thomas is visiting friends in
Dr. and Mrs. Grecnleaf havo returned from
Tho Mi6ses Anna and Allco Reding aro at
Professor Riley went to Capo May la6t week
for a brief rest.
Mr. T. C. Trcscot lias returned from tho
Professor and Mrs. Simon Nowcomb aro in
Mr. John F. Ennis is mnklug his annual visit
to Capo May.
Judgo and Mrs. AVylle are at the AVest End,
Dr. Bland has returned from his visit to Onset
Mrs. Grimm, of Mount Pleasant, is visiting in
Grace Greeuwood is sojourning at Asbury
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Renaud aro at Atlantic
Mr. Herman A. Lewis is at Star Villa, Capo
Judgo and Mrs. Johu Davis aro at Homburg.
Mrs. Horace BIbbeo is at Round Hill, Va,
Mr. Charles E. Gross is at Atlantic City,
Judgo Montgomery is visiting Halifax.
Miss Lowery is at Newport.
Tho Queen has given Frogmorc, which Is near
AA'lndsor Castle, to tho Princess Beatrice, thus
securing her n residence to her liking in tho
event of tho Queen's death. Frogmoro was
built for Queen Charlotte, tho consort of George
III. It was tho birthplace of Albert Victor, eld
est son of tho Princo and Princess of AValcs.
Tho Duchess of Kent, Queen Victoria's mother,
resided at Frogmoro for many years beforo her
death, which occurred there In 1801. During
the Queen's" residence at AVind6or in tho spring
and summer season sho breakfasts every morn
ing at Frogmore, and remains there until it is
timo to drive back to AVindsorfor luncheon.
AVhat will tho members of tho 400 do about
it ? London Truth says: "Both on tho occa
sion of her great royalty ball on Juno 27, and
again at her little dance on Tuesday week last,
tho Duchess of Buccleuch resolutely refused to
invite to her house either Jews or Americans,
an example which will, in all probability, event
ually lead to the gradual separation between
lahautcfina.net and tho old nobility, much as
during tho Second Empire, tho Faubourg St.
Honor6 and the Quartier St. Germain distinctly
represented tho two leading elements of Pari
It is gratifying to know that Washingtonlans
aro to tho front in tho matter of diamond dis
plays at Cape May, tho summer capital. The
New York World says that Mrs. C. K. O'Connor,
of AVashington, makes the richest display of ele
gant diamonds at the Stockton. At the Lafay
ette Mrs. Thomas M. Fields, of this city, takes
the lead in the diamond exhibition.
Among tho well-known Washingtonlans so
journing at Atlantic City may bo mentioned
Mr. Frank Martin, mother, and sister, Mr. Ben
jamin Darrell, of the Corcoran Gallerv, and sis
ter; Miss Mabel E. Johns, of AVest AVashington,
and Mr. ThomaB Sothern. attorney-at law.
Mrs. Herbert Navlor-Levland ( formerly Mi6s
Jennie Chambcrlin, of Cleveland,) recently en
tertained tho Duke of Cambridge and a number
of other distinguished guests at dinner at Hyde
Park House, Mrs. Naylor-Leyland's Loudon
Tho Misses Laura Virginia French, Daisy
Elizabeth Hepburn, Mary Rebecca Dunnington,
and Marie Antoinette Brundage, of Capitol
Hill, left last Thursday for a two weeks' outing
at AVatkins Glen, Canandaigua Lake, and Niag
Captain and Mrs. S. E. ThomaEon leave to-day
for Chicago, where they will make an extended
vieit to their son, Frank M. Thomason, well
known here, and one of Chicago's prominent
patent attorneys and successful business men.
Miss Daisy O'Neale, of 1733 Ninth street,
is visiting St.. Mary's River. Miss Ida O'Neale
is at itoumi mil, .Loudoun County, Va., and
Miss Eva O'Neale is iu Jefferson, M1., and
Misses Essie aud Louisa are at Carlin Springs.
The engagement is announced of Mi6s Lillian
Jay La6h, of Chicago, and Mr. Arthur AV.
Dunn, of tho St. Paul Pioneer-Press Bureau in
this city. The wedding will ho celebrated ' in
Chicago in October.
Dr. B. B. Adams returned Friday evening
from a 6ojourn in Now England, whero ho has
been for the past two weeks. The drive from
Concord, N. II., to tho AVhito Mountains was
J. Newton Brewer and Irene EntwiBtle, both
of Georgetown, wero married in Baltimore
"Wednesday by Rev. Father Boland. The
ceremony took placo at the Rennert House.
Misses Lucv and Martha Swindells, of 332S
It street, AVest AVashincton, have gono on a
visit to their friend, Miss Helen Rickctts, of
Shady Grove, Montgomery County, Md.
Tho Misses Hannah Bresnahan, Bell Qulglcy,
Etta AValker, and Annio Kneessi havo left tho
city to spend tho remainder of the season in tho
Bluo Ridgo Mountains of Virginia.
Counsolor Albert Sillers and wife will spend
the remainder of tho bummer season at AVhito
Sulphur Springs, AV. Va. Thoy will leave tho
city tho latter part of the week.
Miss Gertie Colman and Ml6s Alvena Ilarton
stein, of Capitol Hill, havo left AVashington for
a brief pleasuro trip. Their many friends will
wish them a pleasant time.
Professor and Mrs. Howard Hodgkin, whoso
weddiug was ono of tho fashionable events of
June, are spending somo weeks at tho Grand
Union Hotel, Saratoga.
Of Miss Leiter's d6but ot Mrs. Marshall Rob
ert's cotillon London TruthsayB: "Miss ichtcr,
a fresh American heiress, was much and de
Mr. AVilllam II. Barnes and wife havo returned
to tho city after visitiue AVatkins Glen, Niagara
Falls, Asbury Park, aud other summer resorts
for several weeks.
Mi6s Julia I. Murray, of 710 Eleventh street,
has returned to the city after a few weeks' visit
to friends in the mountains of Fauquier Coun
Ono of tho prettiest and most popular mar
ried ladies at Oakland Hotel, Oakland, Md., 1b
Mrs. AV. It. Speare, of AVashington.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lewis, who havo boen
summering at "AVoodlawn," Rockvillo, Md.,
left yesterday for Atlantic City.
Mrs. It. F. R. Lewis, Miss Leila and Mr. Victor
Lewis aro spending the month of August at
"AAroodlawu," Itockville, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Gardner, Mr. Tom
B. Gardner, of S street, and Mrs. Frank Duebuy
aro making a trip to Canada.
Miss Addle Gensler is entertaining Miss
Laura Turner, of Baltimore, atMr. Henry Gons
ler's Colonial Beach cottage.
Misses Blanche and Ellen Devlin, of 011 D
street, are on a visit to St. George's Island,
down tho Potomac,
Mrs. Townshend aud her pretty daughter,
Miss Madeline Townshend, aro sojourning at
Deer Park Hotel.
Miss Zulu AA'alkcr has returned to her homo
after a delightful sojourn of six week6 at Reho
both Beach, Del,
Mrs. J. V. N, Huyck and the Misses lluyck
aro spending tho month of August at Bar Harb'or,
Mr. Frank G. Carpenter is at Saratoga.
WEDDING INVITATIONS po'raal&ns?'
uorrectiy engraved : orders placed with Messrs. Gedney &. Roberts,
407 Tenth Street, have their experienced personal supervision in the
selection of papers, the employment of skillful engravers and in the
printing. At their building, adjoining the Herald office, are the men,
the methods and the machinery. Orders placed direct with the
makers secure the best results.
Seiior Fcderico Vollo, Charge d' Affaires of
Costa Rico, who has been In Now York for
somo days In attendance on his brother, who is ,
ill, has returned to tho city.
Miss E. C. Bresnahan has returned to tho
city after sojourning in the Bluo Itldgo Mount
ains of Virginia.
Miss Belle Barrett accompanied a party of
friends to Atlantic City, whero she will remain
Miss Clara L. Day, of Cincinnati, is on a visit
to her aunt, Mrs. Samuel Lloyd, of 011 Seventh
Mrs. Butterworth has returned to her home iu
Lo Droit Park from a month's sojourn at Asbury
Miss Ella Poole, of Fulton, N. Y., is visiting
her cousin, Miss Ida Thomason, 1600 Q street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy, of Virginia, aro at the
National after a delightful visit to Long Branch.
Mrs. Brownloy and Mrs. Edward Hoaley, of
Baltimore, are guests of Mrs. R. II. Campbell.
Tho Misses Goddard and Miss James, of
Georgotown, aro about to visit AVest Point.
Mrs. Isaac Henderson, her daughter, and Mrs.
Harvey uarbaugh aro at Sorrento, Mo.
MI89 Lizzlo R. Brown, of 1129 Tenth street,
is spending August at Ocean Grove.
Mrs. Mary C. Froy is spending tho month of
August at Kennebunkport, Mo.
Mrs. A. L. Powell is at Saratoga, whero she
will remain through August.
Mrs. John Boutello and daughter aro spend
ing August at Atlantic City.
Judero Bingham has returned from his trip to
tho White Mountains.
General and Mrs. Croker aro enjoying a visit
to Orkney Springs.
Tho Misses Elliot, of N street, havo returned
fiom the sea-shore.
Mrs. M. E. Bowen and Miss Ashton are at
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyer are at Sebago
Miss Jessie Hodgson is in AA'arrenton visiting
Mr. S. II. AVithcrow left on Friday for Capo
Miss Ella B. Cook is visiting at St. Mary's,
MissEmma Meansell is at Hamilton, Va.
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