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Mrs. Harrison left Crcsson durluE tho week
for a brief visit to this city to make cortnln
changes and arrangements at tbo White House
In view of tbo fact that oxtensivo renovation la
about to be made In tbo mansion. Tho Presi
dent returned with Mrs. Harrison on Friday
afternoon to Cresson, whore bo will make qulto
a prolonged stay.
Miss Jessio Ingram Billings, daughter of Dr.
John Billings, of tbo Army, and Mr. Edwin
Bradflcld Hartley wcro married on AVcdnesday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, In St. John's P. E.
Church, Georgetown, In tbo presence of a largo
company of invited guests. Rev. Dr. Register
performed tho marrlugo ceremony, assisted by
Rev. Dr. Stuart, of Christ Church. Tbo bride
approached the prettily decorated chancel lean
ing on the arm of her father, who gave her in
imarriagc. Tho groom was attended oy.Dr. Clai
borne, of New York, as beat man. Tbo brldo's
gown was a dainty robo of white embroidered
crfipc. In place of tho conventional veil she
wore a broad-brimmed Leghorn hat, garlanded
with pink roses. Her bouquet was composed of
La France roses. Miss Kato Billings, tho maid
of honor, woro a gown of pale-pink crGpon,
with hat trimmed in pink. Sho carried a bunch
of white roses. The ushers were Mr. John Bill
ings, Dr. Arthur Snyder, Mr. Eveleth "Whitiug,
Mr. Lyons Whiting, Mr. J. C. Hardie, and Mr.
Alex. McCormick. After tbo church ceremony
a party of fifty guests enjoyed a fine weddlnir
breakfast at tho residenco of Dr. Billings on N
street. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley left on an even
ing train for a wedding journey North.
Mrs. Lee's handsome parlors on Tenth streot
northwest were filled with members of tbo Re
cherche Circle on Monday evening in bonor of
Miss Jennie King, who is about to leave Wash
ington to pursue her studies at tho University of
Minnesota. Moj. Richard Cunningham was in
charge of the arrangements. An appropriate
speech expressing 'the friendship and good
wishes of the circle for Miss King was made by
Maj. Sttth. The dancing programme consisted
of soventeen numbers. A collation of summer
dainties was served during tbo evening. Among
others piescnt were Mrs. Dr, Muhleman, Major
and Mrs. Stitb, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Russell, the Misses Taylor, Sibley,
Williams, Dexter, Russell, Purcell, Lyncb, Ma
cauley, Franks, Lee, Gricr, Rice, Clark, Dur
oen, Brownell, Calver, Breuninger, Ayton, Reed,
Dr. Elliott, Dr. Buchanan, Messrs. (Junnlng
liam, Fisher, Cummiskcy, Delarue, Talley, Wil
llamsou, Bundick, Young, Rose, Smith, Rich
ardson, Lee, Macauloy, Jordan, King, Pickett,
Price, Marr, Mills, and Anderson.
The Newport correspondent of tho Boston
Gazette says: "Mrs. William C. Whitney and
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish have blossomed forth this
season Into great social prominence. Mrs.
Whitney has never had a bouse here until this
summer, and as she is both ambitious and a
clever hostess she has made herself a decided
power. She is a fine-looking woman, with
grayish hair and a good figure, and dresses in
absolute good ta6te. Mr. Whitney looks several
years younger than his wife, and is a most
agreeable man. Their dinners and parties have
been conspicuous successes this season, tho
more so because the beautiful Ad61e Grant has
been the guest of Mrs. Whitney and has lent
tbo charm and grace of her presence to all
entertainments. Miss Grant holds her own
among the younger and fresher beauties, and
has been decidedly 'the bello' of the season."
While the craze among American women for
foreign titles seems to bo over on tho increase,
women "born to tho purple" willingly step out
of tho charmed circle at love's behest. Tho
Archduchess Valerie of Austria renounced royal
rigbts to wed the man of ber heart. Tho Prin
cess Marie Leonio Bonaparte, grandniece of Na
Soleon I and great-grand-daughter of PriDcess
lasslmo, whose family claims to be tbo oldest
in Europe, is about to marry a lieutenant in a
marching regiment. Tho Princess Leonio Is tho
possessor of a Inrge fortune. Sho is just twenty
years of age.
Senator Stockbridge's family is about to
change residenco from M street to tbo mansion
of tho late Justice Matthews, opposite tho
British Legation. Before very long'Chiof Jus
tice Fuller will cense to reside in a rented house.
He has bought a fine lot on Rhodo Island ave
nue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
where he will of necessity erect a largo man
sion to suitably accommodate his family. Miss
Mary Fuller, who is successfully prosecuting
ber musical studies in Germanv, will probably
be home by the time tbo new house is com
pleted. Mr. Charles E. Barber, of this city, and Miss
Winifred Johnson, of. West Medford, Mass.,
wcro quietly married on Wednesday afternoon
at tho home of the bride in West Medford. A
handsome wedding breakfast was served after
tbo ceremony, only Immedlato relatives being
present, as tho family of tho brido is in mourn
ing retirement. After their wedding journey
Mr. and Mis. Baiberwill como to this city,
wheio Mr. Barber is connected in patent law
practice with Gen. B. F. Butler.
Commissioner and Mrs. Robert have been
house-hunting receutly. It is probablo they will
reside during tho winter in tho vicinity of Six
teenth street and Connecticut avenue. Their
daughters, Misses Helen and Corinne, aro highly
accomplished and must prove general favorites
in society. The latter has few equals as a per
former on the piano, and renders tho most diffi
cult music with an exqulsitouess that would bo
creditable to Strakosch in his palmiest days.
The Chinese Legation will of necessity soon
bo transferred to other quarters. Senator and
Mrs. Stewart desire possession of tho 'iCustlo,"
which they will occupy this coming season.
Owing to tho recent death of Mrs. Romero,
Senator and Mrs, Stewart's daughter, it is not
likely that there will bo much gayety in tho
big house this coming wintor.
Tho Chilian Legation is now established in
tho elegant bouse 1023 Sixteenth street north
west. Tbo former minister, Seflor Varas, with
his family, arrived lately in Valparaiso after a
pleasant voyage. They aro now established in
their home in Santiago.
Row Mr. Suter,of Christ Church, Alexandria,
has returned from bis vacation trip.
Dr. G. 0. Morris has gono to bis home in
Pennsylvania for a brief visit,
Mrs. Lamb, of 125 A street, Capitol Hill, has
returned from Atlautic City.
Dr. and Mrs. Greenleaf will spend the month
of September at Cobourg.
Seiior Quesada was a guest at tbo Greenbrier
White Sulphur last week.
Miss Grace Brent is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Vivian Brent, of Q streot. '
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bailey nro re6idlnir
at 1323 Riggs streot. fa
Miss Acnes Wilson is at Atlantic City.
Tbo wedding ceremouv of Miss Lllllo Hughes,
daughter of Mr. Charles L. Hughes, and Mr.
William A., Scobold, of tho Second Nationol
Bank, was an exceptionally pretty affair. Tho
ceremony took pluco at tho brldo's homo on
Tuesday aftornoou, nud was witnessed by a
largo number of friends. Mr. and Mrs. See
bold aro spending their honeymoon at Fortress
Monroe. Among tho many handsome presents
received thero was an elegant silver service
from tho clerks of tho Second National Bank.
Colonel and Mrs. Robert Boyd and family
havo returned to tho city after a very pleasant
sojourn of two months at tho Broxtou, Capo
Mny. Tho Misses Evaus, who wero chaperoned
by Mrs. Boyd during tholr stay at tho samo
place, have also returned. Mrs. George W.
Evans, who accompanied her husband on his
tour of tho Pacific Coast States during Juno
and July, and after her return therefrom joined
tho Misses Evans at Capo May early in
August, has returned to her homo with them.
Miss Maggio Gentnor and Mr. J. Leo Sim
mons wcro united in marriage on Thursday
evening, at tho brldo's homo, 1714 Eighth street.
Rtv. Dr. Domer officiated. The bride was
handsomely attired in a gown of cream silk
ornamented with Marecbal Neil roses. After
tbo ceremony a fine collation was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Simmons are maklmr a weddinc ionr-
noy to tho West.
During Postmaster General Wanamaker's so
journ at Saratoga ho made an address to tho
Young Men's Christian Association. Thero was
a large audience. Tho Postmaster General and
family occupied one of tho cottages belonging
to tho United States Hotel. Miss Minnio Wana
maker remained a day or two at Saratoga and
then went to Bar Harbor.
Mr. Gustavo Lansburgb, of Lansburgh & Bro.,
and daughter, Miss Minnie Lansburgh: Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Blout, and Mrs. M. L. Duddcn
hausen, n6o House, formerly of this citv, but
now residing at Port Townsend, Wa6h.,' wero
passengers on tho Hamburg steamer Columbia,
which arrived in Now York Friday morning.
Mr. Edward F. Droop, of this citv, who is
now in Europe, is lying ill at Wild'bad, Ger
many, where bo expects to remain until tho lat
ter part of next month, when his friends in this
city hope to welcome him back completely re
stored to health and active life.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Liebermann havo
returned to tho city, accompanied by Miss Anita
Parker, and have taken a suite of apartments at
Ex-President and Mrs. Cleveland went direct
from Marion to Saranac Lake, in the Adlron
dacks, which la Mr. Cleveland's favorlto outing
Mrs. W. M. Beveridge and Miss Mary Bev
erldgo have returned from Fauquier White Sul
phur, where Miss Mary has been a reigning
Mrs. Harrison Dlngman and Miss DIngman
returned homo Thursday after a month's de
lightful trip through tho Now England States.
Major and Mrs. D. W. Rhodes after spending
tho month of August at Aurora, W. Va., re
turned to tho city early In tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Lincoln and Miss Bertha
Lincoln, who spent a fortnight at tho Colonnade,
Atlantic City, have returned home.
Miss Lizzie Farquhar is expecting a visit from
Miss Maggio Curry, of New York, who will
speud a fortnight in this city.
Mrs. Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Roberdeau
Buchanan havo left tho Blue Mountain House
for Fauquier White Sulphur.
Mr. G. Lansburgh and his charming daughter,
Miss Minnie, arrived in this city Friday evening
from their European tour.
Col. Henry L. Swords and family havo re
turned from their summer trip and aro at their
homo, 1518 P street.
Mrs. E. Newman and Miss Blanche Newman,
who havo been visiting in Newport, havo re
turned to tho city.
Miss Katio M. Greene, of 710 Thirteenth
street, has returned home from a month's visit
at Roekville, Md.
Tho Misses Nimmo havo returned from Vine
yard Haven, and aro at their residence on Mc
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clancy have returnod
from Now England, where they havo spent tho
Miss Hoyrlch and Miss M. Zimmerman havo
returned homo after a two months' visit to Deer
Mrs. J. Sondhelmer and family aro homo from
tho Cat8kllls, where thoy have spent tho sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gilson, of tho Ham
ilton House, havo returned from Block Island.
Mrs. W. n. Gardner, of Washington Barracks,
and Mrs. Eggleston have returned from Capon!
Sirs. A. II. Keefer is at Whito Sulphur
Spriugs, visiting her mother, Mrs. Waggoner.
Maj. Theodore Scbwan, of tho Army, is ex
pected back from Europe during tbo woek.
Mr. and Mrs, Clarence B. Rheem have re
turned from their tilp to tho mountains.
Misses Amy and Elsie Nordhoff will reside in
nutv iorKuunng me coming winter.
Miss Gertrude Ryan, of Eighth street, has re
turned from tho Blue Ridge.
non, W. W. Phelps and Mrs. Phelps will sail
for America September 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White havo returned
from Blue Ridgo Summit,
Paymaster Colhouu and family have gono to
Oakland for September.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon have returned
and aro at tho Portluud.
Mrs. Jules Guthrldgo is at her apartments on
Now ITork avenue.
Mrs, Emmerick und daughters are at their
homo on F street.
Mr. P. M. McKim is at Lenox, whero tho sea
son is just opening.
Mr. and Mis. S, M. Yeatman aro expected
homo this week.
Miss M. Bollo Klnsoy has returned to tho city
from tho West.
Mrs. P. V. Do Graw is at Morris Villa, Atlan
Miss Louiso Merritt Is speudlug September at
Atlautic City. ,
Mrs. Gou. J. II, Bryant and daughters aro at
Mrs. M. V. Breuemau has returnod from Ocean
Beach, N, J.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hcrroll, Miss Herroll,
Mrs. Collin, and Miss Yates, all of Washington,
aro still at tho Fauquier Whito Sulphur. It is
proposed to keep tho hotel thero open until tho
end of September, as this Is ono of tho most
beautiful months of tbo year In that section.
On Tuesday thero was a grand tournament
given the tournament of tho season.
Miss Frances Graham French has returned
from tho Dolawaro Water Gap and Asbury
Park, whero sho with her mother spent tbo
month of Aucust. Miss French's flno rendition
of classical music at tho Water Gap Houso was
There was a quiet wedding In tho parlors of
tho Fredonla Monday evening, when Mrs. Mary
A. Odoll and Mr. William D. Cudlip, both of
this city, woro united In marriage by Rev. W. II.
Chapman, of Martinsburg, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Do Ghequler, who spent last
sprluc at tho Portland, will return to Washing
ton for tho winter. Thoy havo been guests at
tho Blue Mountain Houso since curl in tho
Mr. C. T. King, of this city, who spent tho sea
son at Ocean Grove with his family, has pur
chased tho beautiful cottage of Bishop Warren
on Ocean Pathway, Asbury Park.
Miss Veazle has returned from a pleasant visit
to her cousin, Mrs. Van Vliet, at Shrewsbury,
N. J., and has joined her cousins, Mrs. and Miss
Sargent, at Roanoke, Va.
Mrs. Do Ford Webb, of K street, and Mrs.
Seaton Perry, of Rhodo Island avenue, have re
turned to the city from a tonr of tho fashlonablo
resorts of the North.
Tho Misses Merrick, of L street, aro still at
their country home near Ellicott City, whore
they havo entertained a large number of friends
during tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Shaw havo taken
Mrs. Gen. Ricketts's fiouso fortho winter. Thia
residenco has recently acquired celebrity as
Judge R. G. Dyrenforth and Miss Dyrenforth
Bulled last Monday from New York for Europe,
where they are to join Mrs. Dyrenforth and the
rest of tbo family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Small, who havo been
making a trip throughout Scotland and tho
Continent of Europe, returned to the city on
Mr. and Mrs. William Elroy Curtis and family
left Cape May last week for Ashtabula, whero
they will spend the month of September camp
ing on the lake.
Col. R. G. Rutherford and family are at their
residenco on Corcoran street after spending a
delightful summer at the Doubliue Gap White
Miss Maud Baggett, of Mt. Pleasant, for tbo
past month ono of tho most prominent among
the Washington belles at Atlantic City, has re
turned. Mrs. Rebecca B. Scott and Mrs. George W.
Harding and family were among tho Washing
tontans at Saranac Lake, N. Y., last week.
Mrs. Joyce and tho Misses Joyco aro still at
Atlantic City, but will return to their home on
Thirteenth street the present week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey aro again at their
pleasant home on Corcoran street after fifteen
days passed on the Lower Potomac.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar P. Schmidt aro still sum
mering at Jamestown, N. Y., but expect to re
turn homo about tho 15tb.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. North aro again domiciled
at the Clarendon after a delightful summer in
the Catskill Mountains.
Mrs. William Richards, of 1527 Rhodo Island
avenue, has gono to Orkney Springs for the
benefit of herhealth.
Miss Edith Carter returned early in tho week
to her home on Capitol Hill after a delightful
visit to tbo North.
Mr. andMrs. KIndleberger, Jr., have returned
with their little family from the sea-sldo resorts
on tho Atlantic.
Hon. John Jay Knox, accompanied by his
two daughters, arrived from Europe recently by
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Small, Jr., and family
havo returned from their three months' visit to
Mrs. Dr. Gleason and Miss Bello Gleason, of
R streot, have returned to tho city from their
Bishop Keane, rector of tho Catholic Univer
sity, recently visited his birthplace, Ballyshan
Mr. Joseph F. Cox and family, of Washing
ton, havo returned after a pleasaut stay at As
Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Miss Alma Morton
Johnson, and Mr. Denman Johnson are at tho
Senator Kenna, who was compelled by ill
health to "lest from his labors," is considerably
Mrs. J. Lowrio Bell and children aro still at
Kennebunkport, Me. Mr. Bell has returned to
Mrs. Elliott S. West and Mrs. M. E. Riley
have returned from Asburv Park and ara at t.im
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Donat, of this city, aro in
Baltimore visiting Mrs. M. Donnt on North Gay
Mrs. James Coolidgo and family have re
turned to their residence on Twenty-first street.
Miss Anna Newman has returned from her
summer jaunt iuthomouutainsof Pennsylvania.
Miss Daisy Fitzhugh, of Loxingtou, Ky., is
tho guest of tho Misses Dade, of 2303 M street.
Miss Lila Gait has returned from Capon
Springs, whero sho spent tho month of August.
Mrs. Butler, of South Carolina, wife of Sena
tor Butler, is at tho Fauquier Whito Sulphur,
Mis. Ired Heineman, of Baltimore, is the
guest of tho Misses Freyhold, of Capitol Hill,
Miss Addle Deyiue, who has spent tho season
at Spring Lake, is visiting friends in this city.
Miss Mamie J. Baumgaitenhas returned from
Asbury Paik, wheio sho spent tho bummer.
Mis. McCulloch, of Cumberland, Md., is tho
guest of Mrs. Dr, Craigen on First street.
Dr, Behrend aud family, of 1214 K street,
havo returned fiom Martha's Vineyard.
Mr. Frank D, Ormo and wife, of Washington,
wero nt Asbury Park early in the week.
Tho Misses Willlamsou have icturned to their
residenco on N 6treet from Oakland.
A number of young ladles and gentlemen of
Capitol IH11 have formed an organization bear
ing tho classic namo of tho Athenian Socloty,
for purposes of social enjoyment. Tho society
gavo an exceptionally pleasant garden party on
Thursday evening on tho spacious grounds
about tho residence of Miss Watson, in East
Washington. Tho Illumination by Chlnoso lan
terns was very pretty and effective, thero was
excellent music, entertaining recitations, and
other amusements that mado tho hours of tho
evening pass Hko moments. Tho commltteo
having tbo matter in charge was composed of
tho Misses Dayton, Dodge, Bright, Sictz,
Watsoa, and Messrs. Boyd, Ryon, Collins,
Wright, RIordon, and Lochery, and to their
good tasto and hard work tho brilliant success
of tho entertainment was due. It is probablo
that tho society will give other equally pleasant
affairs in tho future.
Mr. B. H. Warner and party, comprising his
son and daughter, Col. George Truesdoll, wife,
and son, Miss Parker, Miss 'Wlno, Miss Hen
drie, Miss Hagar, Mr. Lamer and Mr. Willard,
sailed for homo yesterday from Liverpool on
tho steamer Auranla. Thoy will rirobably
arrive In Washington on Monday, tho 15th In
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Iledlan, who have
spent most of tho summer at Luthervillo, Balti
more County, have just returned from a two
.weeks' trip to Atlantic City. Thoy will spend the
month of September at Mt. Washington.
Maj. Georgo A. Armes, wife, and two daugh
ters, Cecily and Ethel, have returned from a
four months' trip abroad and havo gono to their
country homo near Tennallytown.
Miss Lillian Cavanaugh returned home on
Thursday from Cottage City, Mass. Sho will
leave on Wednesday morning for" New York,
accompanied by her mother.
Mrs. Charles A. Stewart and infant daughter,
Bessie, havo returned from a three months'
visit at her mother's homo in Norfolk County,
Mrs. II. M. Woodward and her two little
daughters have returned from Warrenton, Va.,
where they have been spending tho summer.
Mrs. I. P. Berthrong and Master Freddie
Berthrong returned on Friday from Boston,
where they have been tho past month.
Miss Fannlo Brawner will return to the Sacred
Heart Convent, Manbattanvllle, N. Y., on tho
13th to complete her studies.
Miss Ruth Ellis, 529 Sixth street, has re
turned from a five weeks' enjoyable stay at
Cape May and Atlantic City.
Miss Nellie Cartwrlght, of Georgetown, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Lane, of Hngerstown,
for the month of September.
Mrs. IdaVLindsay, of the Treasury Depart
ment, and her mother are spending a month at
Dr. Sonnenschmidt and family have returned
from Atlantic City, where they spent tho month
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Carter returned to tho
city to-day after a two months' tour through
Mrs. C. J. McCubben, of this city, is visiting
her father, Mr. Thomas Carr, at Portsmouth, Va.
Mrs. E. J. Fusselbaugh is visiting her sister,
Mrs. S. B. English, of San Francisco, Cal.
Miss McNeir has gone to Atlantic City for a
Mr. M. W. Gait was at Block Island during
Mr. S. H. Witherow has returned from Cape
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Green aro at tho Lang
ham. HOW SHE REDUCED HER WEIGHT
Tho Duchess of Marlborough's Succcossful
The Duchess of Marlborough has given to a
writer tue secret or now sue reduced her weight.
Two years ago sho was more than plump; exer
tion was an effoit, ber breathing was short.
To-day she is slight in bearing aud outline.
Sho reduced her avoirdupois by beginning at
her food, and the restrictions practiced by her
are as follows:
Not a morsel of bread, cake, rolls, or pastry.
No tea, coffee, chocolate, or sweet wine.
No potatoes, peas, rice, carrots, turnips, mac
aronlf cheese, butter, cream, custard, jellies, or
Not a drop of iced water.
No warm baths.
No ilannel, and only enough clothing to keep
from taklnc cold.
No bed-room heat.
Not a drop of any liquid food at meals.
In placo of bread sho had fruit, a section of
applo or orango, some fiesh grapes, berries,
cherries, or stowed fruit being used whero ordi
narily ono craves a bit of bread or a swallow
of water. Her diet was limited to two meals
a day, breakfast at 10 and dinner at 7, with
the followlug bill of faro to select from:
Rare, lean meats, game und poultry, soft
boiled eggs, sea foods, toast, lettuce, spinach,
celery, cresses, fruits. She had half a gallon
to drink of hot wntor every day, with lemon
julco in it to take away tho fiat taste. Cold
water was denied her, and ales, frappGs, cham
pagne, and claret strictly forbidden. Sho was
even foiced to forego tho luxury of bathing lu
water, in placo of which sho had sponge and
vanor bath, Evrv fnu- (Invs e)in tnnl.- .
allowing tho system to consume tho adipose tis
sue While no limit was put upon tho pleasure
of driving or riding, sho was asked to select tho
roughest, rockiest roads and to walk from flvo
to ten miles a day in tho open air. This practice
of self-denial tho Duchess of Marlborough has
persisted in for tho last two years, and to-day
6bo is perhaps tho handsomest womau of her
ago in New York society. Sho weighs about
one huudred and forty pouuds, her eyes are
bright, ber complexion is as clear and smooth as
a school-girl's, and sho has tho carnage of a
cadet aud tho health of a child of Nature.
Good summer reading a Washington story
by Lrallv L. Sherwood, a well-known society
writer, "Willis Peyton's Inheritance." Forsnlo
at nil book stores and news stands.
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SPRING and SUMMER WEAR,
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WHITE KID SLIPPERS.
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WILL GIVE AN
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, TO
STEAMER MACALESTEtt LEAVES AT 0:30.
National Rifles' Excursion
Postponed in August on account of in
clemency of weuther, will bo given
Wednesday Evening, Sept. 10, 1890,
Boat leaves wharf at fl:30 sharp. so7-ltl0
EXCURSION OF THE
Washington Light Infantry Corps
To Winchester. Va., THURSDAY, Sep
tember 11, 1800.
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