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Mrs. Harrison continues to leail a very quiet,
life In the White House. The most important
event during the week was lier acceptance of
the presidency of the Daughters of the devolu
tion. The Cabinet families are fast returning to
their winter homes in this city. The lllaines
and Nobles have been hero for a couple- of
weeks. The Secretary of the Navy and his
daughter, Mrs. "Wilmcrdinc, arc in their new
homo on K street, and the Rusks arc at their
pleasant residence on Massachusetts avenue.
Secretary Proctor returned to the city Friday
evening. Mrs. l'roctor expects to do the honors
of her house this season.
The- seventieth birthday of the Hon. Benjamin
AVood, editor and proprietor of the New York
News, was celebrated at the FIfth-avenuo
Hotel on Monday evening by a superb dinner
given by Mrs. Wood inhouorof her husband.
The decorations of the dinner table wore
similar to those designed by au English florist
for a dinner given by the Duke of Marlborough,
in London, to Mrs. Hamersley before their
marriage. The table was an oval twenty-two
feet long. In the centre was an elongated
diamond of American Beauty roses. At each of
the longest points of the diamond wero several
jars of La France roses. The jars were banked
with smilax and white and blue violets. The
corsage bouquets were bunches of blue violets
and American Beauties. The boutonnieres
were of white violets. From the two elongated
points of the diamond garlands of emilax, en
twined with bluo and white violets and roses
led to the corsage bouquets and boutonnieres
beside each cover. During the dinner the gar
lands remained undisturbed, and thus the superb
effect was preserved. ThemCuu cards matched
in color the roses and violets. American Beau
ties decked the chandeliers. The occasion was
a truly delightful one, bringing together friends
of the veteran journalist, who has been most
intimately identified with local and national
affairs for the past half century. It was an
evening of rare enjoyment, for no man In New
York has been in closer touch with the public
men of the country and the people than the
Hon. Mr. Wood. Among tho guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. AVil
liamU. Grace, Miss Gilchrist. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph J. O'Donohuc and Miss O'Donohue,
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Cockerill, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fel
lows, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. R. Wood, Judge
Abraham R. Lawrence and Miss Lawrence, Miss
AVood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Wood; Mayor Grant, Hon. Smith Ely, Judge 11
Wilder Allen, Mr. George Jones, Mr. J. Ser
geant Cram, Capt. Frederick Watkin, of tho
steamship City of New York, and Mr. James S.
On AA'eduesday evening last the hall at Linden
was well tilled with a pleasant gathering of
ladies and gentlemen of that town and of AVash
ington. Tne occasion was the last of a series of
hops given by the ladies of Linden for the
benefit of their new hall. The lloor was in fine
condition, the music excellent, and the ladles
charmfnsr, so, of course, a most enjoyable even
ing followed. Among the manv present were
Miss Lothrop, Miss Noble, Miss Bell, Miss Dora
Noble, Miss Grey, Mrs. .Miller, Mrs. Lothrop,
Miss Stabler, Miss Bailey, Mrs. Peters, Miss
Magruder, Mr. and Mrs. Clagnett, Miss Koyes,
Mr. and Mrs. Callahan, Miss Fox, Miss Morris,
Miss Le Rue, Miss Noyes, Mrs. AVoodward, Mrs.
Fox, Mrs. Le Kue, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Frank
Keyes, and Messrs. Morris, McDermott, Ray,
A right, Hogan, Stabler, and Epplnc. A fancy
dress ball will be arranged for "All Halloween"
night. This also will be under the manage
ment of the ladles of Linden, with an able
leader in the person of Mrs. Claggett.
The latest club organized for women In New
York is called "Tho Twinkle Club," and it is a
formidable rival of tho long established and
successful Sorosls. The monthly luncheons at
Delmouico's of tho latter will soon be things of
the past, as after years of discussion and con
sideration it has finally been decided that Soro
sls shall have a house of its own, and it is in
tended that it shall bo an elegant establish
ment, fitted up in true club style, with reception-rooms,
bed-rooms, library, and caffi.
Tho reception given by Mr. and Mrs. AA'illiam
R. Collins on Wednesday evenlug last at their
residence in AA'est AVashlngton in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Collins was largely at
tended. The pretty homo was thronged duriug
the entire evening, and tho time was delight
fully passed in dancing, singing, and tho enjoy
ment of a fine supper.
Tho Potomac Athletic Club gave one of their
enjoyable fortnightly hops at the club-houso on
Friday evening last. There was an unusually
large gathering of pretty girls to grace the oc
casion, and this, with tho inspiring music from
fahroeder's Orchestra, mado tho athletic boys
and their mule guests have a delightful time
AV. S. Hancock Command, Union A'eterans'
Union, has issued cards for a musical and liter
ary entertainment and hop at Grand Army Hall,
on Friday evening, tho 17th. Dancing will be
gin at 10. The gentlemen of this command are
good entertainers, and their friends may feol as
sured of a delightful evening.
Tho family of Senator Gorman, of Maryland,
will boon occupy tho handsome mansion at tho
northwest corner of Seventeenth street and
Rhode Island avenue. Mrs. Gorman is busily
engaged In getting tho house in winter trim.
Invitations have been issued for tho marriage
of Mr. Robert Lee Bain and Mies Nettie Stine
metz, daughter of Mr. B. H. Stlnemetz. The
date 6et for tho event Is Tuesday, October 28,
at 12 o'clock, in tho Foundry M. E. Church.
Mr. Edson P. Gallaudet, of this cltv, was ono
of tho ushers at tho recent marriage "ceremony
of Rev. Riehaid M. Sherman, Jr., and Miss
Sarah Morso Gallaudet, which took place In St.
Ann's Church for Deaf Mutes, New York.
Senator and -Mrs. Mandcrson aro taking a va
cation trip through tho South. They left Fort
ress Monroe for Atlanta last week. Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. N. Patrick, of Omaha, are of Senator
Mrs. Fuller has returned from Chicago with
the youngcrmembers of the famil v. Tho Misses
Grace and Mildred Fuller are still in the West,
and probubly will not return to Washington uu
Ex-Marshal A. A. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson
have returned to their residence hero from a de
lightful trip AVest, whero thoy visited their
duughter, Mrs. Davis, at her uew home, Fort
Mrs. Stella Leigh ton and her mother have
taken No. 1021 Twenty-first street northwest
for the winter. Mrs. Leighton spent tho sum
mer at Saratoga, Newport, and other respite.
Seiior Murnuga, tho Spanish MIul6ter, will
soon return to Spain.
The wedding of Miss Annie Adams AVilson,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Philander E. Wilson,
and Mr. Hervcy S. Knight, was celebrated on
Wcduesday evening at 7:30 in the First Presbv
teriau Church, Rev. Byron Suudcrland officiat
ing. The ushers were Messrs. William E.
Knight, Samuel H. Kuleht. Thomas Johnson,
Oliver C. Hine, Francis A. Hopkins, and Llovd
B. Wricht. The bridal procession was led bv
tho maid of honor, followed by two bridesmaids".
Then came the bride, who was escorted to tho
altar by her father. Miss AVilson wore an elegant
trained robe of heavy white faille, the bodice and
sleeves trimmed with point lace ami pearl pas
sementerie. A veil of tulle fell to the edge of
the train. She carried a bunch of Cornelia
Cook roses. The maid of honor, Miss Mamie
Hine, daughter of ex-Commissioner Hine, was
in a short gown of white crepe, and carried a
bouquet of La France roses. Miss Mary II.
AVhtte, one of tho biidesmaids, was attired iu
light blue crepe, and carried deep red rosts.
The other bridesmaid, Miss Turah Gittlugs,
wore lemon colored crGpe, and held a buuclfof
Marechal Neil roses. Altogether it was a most
picturesquo and effective bridal group. Mr.
Herbeit S. Knight, of New York, attended the
groom as the best man. The church had been
beautified with garlands and bunches of flowers
and palms by life Sunday-school children, the
bride being one of their favorite teachers. The
Loheugriu weddinc march was sung by a cho
rus, led by Dr. It. F. Johnson. From the
church the wedding party returned to the bride's
home, 1504 P street, where a reception was held
until 10 o'clock; a handsome supper was
iKiveu. ii. nuu auis. xvuigllt ieit on a laic
rain for the North. The bride's "golng-away
dress" was of green cloth, with Spanish jacket
of green velvet. She wore a green velvet hat
adorned with bird's wings. On their return to
this city Mr. and Mrs. Knight will reside at
No. 1504 P street.
An exceedingly pretty house wedding took
place on Tuesday afternoon at the residence of
Rev. and Mrs. AV. W. Dean, No. 942 P street,
when their daughter, Miss Mattie, was uuited
in marriage to Mr. Arnold S. Yantis, of Harper's
Ferry. Great taste was displayed in the lloral
decorations of the two drawins-rooms. Bunches
of pink and white bouvardia and heliotrope
were set about iu jars, luxuriant palms and big
ferns adorned the corners and window recesses,
while ivy and roses entwined beautified the
chandeliers. The bride's gown was a handsome
traveling dress of fawn-colored broadcloth. She
carried a buuch of Marechal Neil roses. The
bridal couple were unattended by bridesmaid or
best man, so the attention and ' Interest of the
small company of wedding guests were centred
in the bride and eroom, who entered tho room
together, while Miss Daisv Yantis plaved Men
delssohn's wedding march. The marriage
service was read bv Rev. L R. Dyott. pastor of
the Methodist Protestant Church, of Newark, N.
J., and brother-in-law of the groom. He was
assisted by Rev. Mr. Dean. After the ceremony
a collation was served. At 5 o'clock Mr. and
Mrs. Yautis loft ou their wedding trip to Now
York. Thoy will reside hereafter at 912 P street
St. Patrick's Church was the scene of a very
interesting and impressive wedding on AVednes
day morning, at 11 o'clock, when Miss Annetta
Emily Gibsou and Mr. Henry AV. Sohon were
united in the bonds of matrimony by Rev.
Father AValtcr. Rev. Father Mackin and Rev.
Father McGee assisted at the ceremony. The
U6hers were Dr. Frederick Sohon, Messrs. AV.
H. Hoover, Edmond Mallet, M. J. Colbert, and
0. N. McGill. Miss Lulie Boone played the
wedding march as tho bridal pair approached
the chancel. The brido was in traveling cos
tume of brown broadcloth, with stylish hat to
match. She carried a bunch of Marechal Nell
roses. Mr. and Mrs. Sohon left Immediately
after the service for their wedding journey
North. Tho bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James R. Gibsou, of 1905 Eleventh street.
Tho groom is a prominent and active member
of the Catholic Church. He has been president
of tho Carroll Institute, and was elected vice
president of the Catholic Young Men's National
Union, which was recently in session in this
Miss Lena Fay AVatson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Watson, of Flint, Mich., and Mr.
Georgo T. Roberts, of the Interstate Commerce
Commission Office, were united in marriage on
AVednesday evening by Rev. Dr. Barr, of Epiph
any Church. Tho ceremony took place iu Trin
ity Episcopal Church. The ushers wero Messrs.
Veazoy, Tuloy, Newcomb, and Jackson; best
man, Mr. Leo Hatch. The brido woro a very
elegant trained robe of white faille, with garni
ture of ostrich feathers, tullo veil, and diamond
and pearl ornaments. She carried a prayer-hook
hound in white 6uede. Miss AVatson was at
tended by a maid of honor, Miss May Mosser, of
Mosserville, Pa., who was daintily attired in a
short gown of white silk, with garniture of golden-rod.
There was a largo reception after the
ceremony at tho homo of tho bride, GOO M street.
Among others preseut wero the groom's mother
and sister, from Rutland, Vt. Mr. aud Mrs.
Roberts left on tho midnight train for an ex
tended wedding trip.
Tho marrlago ceremony of Mr. Charles F.
Homiller aud Miss Blancho HIbbs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. HIbbs, of 903 Massachusetts
avenuo, took place on Wednesday morning, at
10 o'clock. Rev. D. Power, of tho Garlleld
Memorial Church, officiated. It was a quiet
hut exceedingly pretty home wedding. The
drawing-rooms were tastefully decked with cut
ilowers and handsome palms. Tho bride's cos
tume wus a stylish tailor-made cown of brown
cloth, with hat of tho 6amo color, trimmed with
velvet and birds. Iler bouquet was of La
Franco roses. Among the wedding guests wero
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. HIbbs, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles MeCIelian, Mrs. F. D. Power, Post
master and Mrs. Sherwood, Mrs. W. Brown,
Mrs. Frank Brown, Mi6s Brown, tho Misses
Kern, Mrs. Boss, Mrs. Grlfllth, and Miss Rich
ardson. Mr. and Mrs. Homiller left on tho 11
o'clock train for their wedding journey to New
York. When thoy return they will live at No.
1!30 Maryland avenue.
The wedding of Miss Annie Louise Fcuwick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert AV. Fenwick,
and Mr. Sanford Ncsblt Whltwell, took placo
on Wednesday morning in tho Church of tho
Covenant. Tho ceremouy was performed by
Rov. Dr. Hamlin. Messrs. Sanford Miller,
Clarence Latimer, Harry Latimer, Edward
I'euwlck, Walter Helston, and Dr. Regmald
Munson ofllclated as ushers. Thero wero no
bridesmaids. Miss Fenwick woro a stylish
traveliug costumo of plum-colored cloth, a felt
hat adorned with ostrich tips, and suede mous
quetalro gloves. Her bouquet was composed
of perle do jardin roses. A very large company
witnessed tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. AVhit
well left ou a morning train for Nev York.
On their return to this city thoy will reside at
2407 M street.
Mr. Delashmutt aud Miss Grace Moffatt are
to be married ou tho 14th of November.
Referring to the recent marrlago In London of
Mr. Douglas Grant, brother of the famous
beauty, Adclc Grant, aud Miss Isabella Isham
Scott, the London correspondent of tho Phila
delphia Telegraph says: "Although the wedding
was a very quiet one, nothing could surpass tho
magnificence of the bridal dress, which was ono
of Worth's most beautiful creations. It was an
exact copy of a Henry 11 dress, carried out in
rich duchesse satin, and was mado with a full
court train. Instead of a bouquet Miss Scott
carried a silver-bound prayer-book, a special
gift of tho bridegroom. Although the effect
was, of course, not as pretty as tho usual bridal
bouquet, tho prayer-book will doubtless serve as
a cherished memento in the days to come. Miss
Louise Scott, sister of the bride, was her only
'maid.' She woro a graceful dress of pale-gray
silk, draped with moussclinc do chiffon and
trimmed with silver passementerie, and a large
'Duchess of Devonshire' hat, with several ricli
feathers. The guests were few, but amoug them
were several well-known Americans."
On Thursday at high noon Miss Nettie Pres
ton Shafcr, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. C. A.
Shafer, aud Mr. L. Seward Bacon, wero united
in marriage by Rev. Jos. T. Kcllv in the Ninth
street Presbyterian Church. 'Tho wedding
guests were seated by Messrs. Charles Shafer,
F. Eberly, C. Latimer, J. A. Fields, AValtcr
Dodge, aud Albert Acker. Mr. Barry Bacon
acted as best man. There wero no bridesmaids.
Miss Shafer was given iu marriage by her
father. She woro a gown of dark-blue broad
cloth, with hat of bluo velvet. Her bouquet
was composed of Puritan roses. After the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Bacon returned to the
bride's home, 712 Twelfth street, whence, after
a collation, they started on their wedding jour
ney. They will rcsido at 143G Ar street, Vherc
they will be at home to their friends on Thurs
days in November.
The picturesque old mansion, "The Cedars,"
away up on Georgetown Heights, was beauti
fully adorned with tropical plants aud masses of
bright-hued ilowers for the marrlago ceremony
of Miss Bessie ChamberlinEarloand Mr. Robert
Arebster McPherson, which took placo at noon
ou(Thursday. The marriage service was read by
Rev. Mr. Regcster, of St. John's Church, George
town. The brido woro a beautiful gown of silk
gauze, trimmed with point lace. She carried a
bouquet of Nephetos roses. Nearly two hun
dred guests witnessed the ceremony which took
place in tho drawing-room. A wedding break
fast was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Pherson left for a trip to the North. After De
cember 1 they will be at home at 191G Thirty
fifth street, Georgetown.
There was a very pretty wedding on Thurs
day evening, at S o'clock, at the residence of
Mr. John McClelland, 1324 Tenth street, when
Miss Lizzie McClelland was married to Mr.
Arthur J. Bell. Rev. Dr. Ramsdell officiated.
The bride wore a gown of white silk trimmed
with lace and knots of ribbons. She was at
tended by a maid of honor, Miss Katio McClel
land. Mr. James Banby was best man. Re
freshments tt-ere served after tho ceremony.
About one hundred and fifty guests wero pres
ent. Among the many valuable gifts received
by tho bride was a handsome silver pitcher.
This was seut by tho letter-carriers of the city,
Mr. Bell being ono of this efficient corps.
On AVednesday afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock,
Miss Jennio E. Davis, daughter of Mr. Gcorro
E. Davis, of the Quartermaster General's Office,
and Mr. S. Carleton McCurdy, of Denver, Col.,
were united in marriage. Tho wedding was
solemnized in Trinity Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. Addison tying the knot. Miss Alice Gris
wold was bridesmaid and Mr. J. Bradley Tan
ner best man. Tho bride wore a pretty travel
ing costumo. Tho ushers wero Messrs. L. L.
Thompson, John M. Shure, of York, Pa.; R. G.
DuBois, Lisle S. Lipscombo, and Dr. AV. II.
Holllngsworth. Mr. and Mrs. McCurdy loft on
the G:15 train for Chester, Pa. Their future
homo will be in Denver, Col.
In Alexandria on Thursday afternoon, at 4
o'clock, Miss Viola AV. Baggott, daughter of
Mr. B. F. Baggett, was married to Mr. Eustace
C. DePutron. Tho ceremony took placo at tho
bride's home, on Upper King street. After an
informal reception Mr. and Mrs. DePutron loft
on their bridal trip North.
Mrs. M. J. Hunt has issued invitations for
the marrlago of her daughter, Miss Isabel Tur
pin Hunt, and Mr. George AV. AVober, tho date
being set for October 28. The ceremony will
take place at 7 o'clock in Trinity Episcopal
Church, Third and C streets.
Tho engagement has been recently announced
of Miss Emily Hyde, of Georgetown, and Mr.
Barry Buckley, of Washington. Thero aro ru
mors of tho approaching nuptials of Mr. Grasslo
Buckley and Miss Hoblitzell, of Pennsylvania.
Tho marriage of Mr. E. n. Kemper, son of
Col. K. Kemper, and Miss Fanulo Leo Green,
daughter of Maj, John AV. Green, all of Alex
andria, will be celebrated In St. Paul's Church,
Alexandria, on AVednesday.
Mrs. Mary A. Winans baB issued invitations
for the marriage ceremony of her daughter,
Miss Angel AVinans, and Mr. AVilllam Cromwoli
Downoy, on AVednesday evening, in tho Metro
politan M. E. Church.
Washington society is greatly interested in tho
approaching marrlago of Miss Anna AVilson and
Mr. AWlllam Hayward, of tho State Department.
Tho wedding will take placo on tho 20th of No
vember. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McAllister, of Bal
timore, have Issued Invitations to tho marrlago
of their daughter, Marota, and Mr. J. AVat6on I
assistant engineer of tho District, Noyomber 12.
Miss Ulrica Dahlgren'a engagement to Mr.
Josiah Pierce, Jr., of Portland, Me., is an
nounced. Tho marriage will bo ouo of tho
prominent events of next Easter 6ea6ou.
Mrs. Chrlstlno Mueller has Issued Invitations
for tho marrlago of her daughter, Carrie, and
Mr. J. Alfred Humphrey, on Wednesday even
ing, at 8 o'clock, at 221 B street.
Tho marriage of Mr. John AV. Avoritt, of tho
Cumberland Times, aud Miss Sarah Donnoll
Roemer, of Wheeling, AV. Va., will tako place
on tho 29th Instant at Wheeling.
On October 10, at 11 A. M., Mr. R. T. Don
ovan and Margaret Shields wero married at St.
Matthew's Church. Rev. Futher Kervlck per
formed tho ceremony.
Tho marrlago of Lieut. Philip Alger, of tho
avy.aud Miss Lilllo Taylor, grand-daughter of
Geu. -Meigs, will tako place next month.
Tho marrlago of Miss Mary Gordon Pratt aud
Dr. AVilllam Mercer Sprlgg will tako placo on
The marriage of Mr. Hugh Nelson and Miss
Kaio Peters, of Maryland, is set for Novembers.
Tho marriage of Mr. Eric Dahlgreu and Miss
Lucy Drexel will tako placo in December.
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