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THJESUNDAYHERALD, DECEMBER 27, 1S91.
The official receptions o Now Year's Day
"will follow the order horetotoro observed on
January 1. At tbe White Houso the "Golden
, Gate" will be in use for the first time. Mrs.
Foster and Mrs. Elkins will hold their first
official receptions and Mrs. Kelton her last,
as General Kelton's retirement takes place
before next year.
Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. McKeo will give
the second of their series of luncheons on
Tuesday, for which invitations were issued
early in the week.
The Harvard Glee Club's concert at the
National Rifles' Hall on Wednesday evening
was attended by a fair-6ized and fashionable
audience. The well selected programme was
admirably rendered. The hall looked like a
garden in full bloom, so varied and brilliant
were the toilets of the ladies. President Har
rison was present accompanied by Mrs. Ma
Kee. Among others present were Senator
and Mrs. Chandler, Judne and Mrs. Gray,
Mrs. Field and Miss Whitney, the Misses
Morton and Miss Hunt, Mrs. Hobson, Mrs.
Wharton, Miss Condlt-Smith, the Ml6ses Gal
laudet, the Misses Wilson, Mrs. Alex. Ma
gruder, Colonel and Mrs. Ernst, the Misses
James, Dr. and Mr6. McKJm, Mies McKim,
Mrs. Fairehild Carpenter, Mr. and Miss Mat
tingly, Mrs. William T. Hains, Misa Nannie
Ingle, Miss Frances Cox, Marquis Imperial!,
And Mr. Eveleth Whiting. After the concert
Mrs. Alex. Magruder cave an entertainment
complimentary to the "Glee Club at her resi
dence on II street.
Representative Hemphill's marriage to Miss
Elizabeth S. Henry, on Wednesday evening,
filled Epiphany Church with a large and bril
liant uudience. Tho ushers were Hon. George
Johnstone, Messrs. Clement and Ryder Henry,
Mr. Walter Davidge, jr., Mr. Herbert Giesy,
and Mr. Alexander Legare. Mr. Zachary was
best, man and Miss May Cox, maid of honor.
The brlile was escorted to the altar by hor
father, Mr. Ryder Henry who gave her hand
in man luge. She wore u handsome gown of
white satin, low necked aud short sleeved,
trimmed with an abundance of rich old lace.
Her tulle veil was held in place by
pearl pins and her bouquet was a large cluster
of lilies of the valley. The maid of
honor, pretty Miss May Cox, wore white
silk with shoulder-knots or pink, and
carried a bunch of La France foses. The
marriage service was read by Dr. McKim and
Dr. Addison. A reception at 1750 M street,
tho residence of Mr. Henry, followed the
church ceremon'. Representative and Mrs.
Hemphill left on a late train for tho South,
where they will spend their honeymoon among
the groom's relations in South Carolina.
Mrs. S. C. Noot, formerly Goldio Wallach,
is visiting her mother, at 243 Delaware ave
nue northeast, where she will bo at homo to
her frleuds on Thursdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Moncure Burke will bo at
home to their friends on Wednesdays In Jan
uary, at 1313 Q 6treet.
Mrs. Rodney Smith is the guest of the fam
ily of General William Smith of K street.
The following ladies will act as patronesses
for the Princeton Glee, Banjo and Mando
lin Club concert on Tuesday evening:
Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Mc
Kee, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Wnnamaker, Mrs.
Rusk, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Romero, Madam
Mendonca, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Dolph, Mrs.
Field, Mrs. Harlan, Mrs. Bloomer, Mrs. Mat
tlngly, and Mrs. Thomas Riggs.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Parker, and the mother
of LieutenantParker, have left their lodgings,
on Twelfth street, aud have gone to house
keeping at No. 2029 P street.
Hon. George R. Weudling has taken the
house, 2113 Jl streot, which he has leased from
Captain' and Mrs. W. F. Melbourne. The
latter are residing at 217 EaBt Capitol street,
where tbey will be glad to see their frleuds.
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Williamson, of 613
Virginia avenue, entertained a company of
friends on Monday evening in celebration of
their silver wedding. Among others present
were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Matthews, Rev. E.
H, Severn, Mrs. C. C. Wood, Mr. and Mrs.
Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. ChUoldino, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. 0. King. Mr, and Mrs. William
son received many handsome presents,
Mr. Joseph R. Qulnter, of 040 T street, was
given a surprise party Tuesday evening by a
large number of his frlendB, principally mem
bers of Hamlino M. E. Church. The occasion
wb6 Mr. Qulnter's birthday.
Mies Birdie Bachrnch and Miss Bello Louis,
of Baltimore, are enjoying the holidays with
Mr6. K. Sommers, 3040 M street, Georgetown,
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold F, Levy have re
turned from their interesting trip, and will bo
at homo to their friends to-day.
One of tho first teas of tho 6oason was given
on Tuesday afternoon at tho residence of the
Hou. L. F. McKInney. Mrs. McKlnnoy re
ceived her guests in a trained gown of terra
cotta satin. Beside her stood Mr. McKiunoy,
and In tho lino Dr. Hervey, president of St.
Lawrence University, and Mrs. Brower, of
Detroit, Mich. Miss Marie Wadsworth,
dressed in pale bluo chiffon, poured tea; Miss
Hultoon, coffee, aud Mlssj Farnbam served
lemouade. Tho table bore; a pretty burden
of bonbons in great variety aud had a centre
Jlower-piece of white and red carnations, min-
gled with maiden-hair ferns. Two young
collego men, sons of tho house, homo for tho
ChrlBtmas holidays, added much to tho enjoy
ment of guests through their cordial and hos
pitable manners. Among those present were
tho Hon. ondMrs. Outhwaite, Mrs. Blanchard
and Miss Pearson, Mr. Gibson, of Texas; Mrs.
General Patterson, Mrs. Dr. Wadsworth, Rev.
and Mrs. Whitcomb, Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Dean, ex-Governor and Mrs. Perham, tho
Misses Perham, of Maine; Mr. and Mrs. Ca
ruth, and many others of tho Congressional
Mrs. Howard Ganson Whlto gave a tea on
Wednesday afternoon, which marked the be
ginning of tho elegant hospitalities of her
father's houso, over which she presides. Mrs.
White was richly attired in turquoise bluo silk
and point laco. Tho supplementary hostesses
were Mrs. William Thompson Harris, ingreon
silk; Mrs. Foster, in gray and red; Mrs.
Frank Howe, in steel gray; Miss Emory, in
old rose; Miss Victoria Emory, in blue silk,
and Miss Mullan, in gray crepe. Among
others presont were Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Bloomer, Hou. and Mis. Gibson, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Bailey, the Misses Williamson, Miss
Kate Field, Mrs. Enocb Totten, Mr. aud Mrs.
Franklin Steele, Mies Conda Steele, Miss
Batchellcr, Mrs. and Miss Hopkins, Mrs.
Guthridge, Madame Romero, Miss Westcott,
Miss Routh, Dr. and Mrs. Rosse, Mi6s Shafcr,
Mrs. William Lay, Mrs. and Miss Teller, Miss
Woodhull, Miss Blgelow, Miss Mitchell, Miss
Burritt, Mr, and Mrs. William Hayward, Mrs.
Gordon McKaj', Mr. Wyeth, Mr. Jack Biddle,
and Mr. Jcssup Blair.
Mrs. Georgo N. Beale, In loving memory of
her daughter, Mrs. Porter Heap, presented to
tho little inmates of the Children's Hospital
at Christmas a largo box containing 150 ar
ticles. Mis. Heap was ono of the most active
and valued members of tho board of managers
of "The Children's Hospital," and through
her mother, Mrs. Heap's works live after her,
and her memory is kept green in one of her
chosen fields of charity. Active, helpful
sympathy for the Buffering is characteristic of
Mrs. Beale and her teachings were exempli
fied in the charitable deeds of her daughter's
life. l,The Home for Incurables" is a subject
of particular interest to Mrs. Beale, and she
is now actively engaged in tho preparations
for an entertainment to be given shortly In
aid of this great charity.
Mrs. McKay is at homo to her friends on
Saturdays at 1758 N street. Her sister, Mrs.
Treat, is spending the winter with her.
Miss Julia Waggaman's fancy dress ball will
como off on Tuesday evening from 7 to 11
The marriage of Miss Rachel Sherman and
Dr. Paul Thorndyke takes place on Wednes
day at tho residence of Senator Sherman on K
Last night Vice President and Mrs. Morton
enteitained a party at dinner, at which' the
guests of honor were Miss Constanco Lodge
and her fiance, Mr. Francis Peabody Gardner,
Senator and Mrs. Dixon, who have gone to
Rhode Islaud for the holidays, will again re
side at the Aruo this sessiou.
Senator and Mrs. Vilas will reside at tho
Arno this season. Miss Nellie Vilas will
spend tho winter with Army friends at Fort
Miss Lena Hutchinson gave a tea on Mon
day afternoon in honor of Miss Cornell, of
New York, who Is her guest. Tho young
hostess wus In pink crepo and Miss Cornell
in red crepe. Tho young girls assisting were
Miss Jessie Miller, Miss May Wl6e, and Miss
Mrs. Justice Blatchford will not receive on
New Year's Day. Her first reception will bo
on Monday, January 4, and thereafter on
Mondays throughout tho season.
Mrs. and Miss Rusk will not bo at homo on
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cummlng, of Mary
land, are at the Cochran for the holidays.
Mr. Walter Andrews hascomo on from
Massachusetts to spend tho ChrlBtmas holi
days with his parents, at 1765 Massachusetts
Mrs. Mott-Smlth left tho city for Boston on
Monday, where Dr. Mott-Smlth joined his
family in tine to eat his Christmas dinner
with them. Miss Ida Mott-Smlth arrived In
this city yesterday, to visit Mrs. Lander on
Capitol Hill, accompanied by Miss Whateley,
of London, who is spending the winter In
Boston with tho Mott-Sraiths.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Kauffman havej issued
invitations for a reception to tho members of
the National Capital Press Club for tho even
ing of Wednesday. Mr. Kauffman is president
of tho club.
Senator and Mrs. Cullom, who are delight
fully settled in their now home, tho Bayard
house, on Highland Terrace, Massachusetts
avenue, have with them during tho holiday
season, Mr, and Mrs. William Barrett Ridgely,
of Springfield, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gordon Hardlo, of Boston. Mrs. Ridgely and
Mrs. Hardlo will remain for some weeks.
Mrs. Albert W. Harris, of 828 West Seven
tieth street, New York, gave a dinner ana
musicalo to a few friends on Xmas night to
meet Madamo and SIgnor Campanlnl. Among
those who were present were Baroness Von
Opp and Miss Hester, of Alexandria, Va.,
her guest; Miss Lewis, Miss Pierce, Miss
Whipple, Mr. Earl Carly and Mr. Clarke, of
Louisville, Ky.; H. B. Turner, 1r., and others.
' Tho music rendered by Signor Campanini
was, as usual, most delightful.
Mrs. Dlmmick divides her time between tho
White Hou6o and tho P street residence.
Miss Sanger went to Indianapolis to eat her
Christmas dinner with her mother.
Mr. J. W. Jones left Friday night for a few
days' enjoyment in New York.
Tho third of a series of dances of th
Mignonette Club will bo given Monday, Jan
uary 4, at the National Rifles' Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ramey will no at homo
on Thursdays in Jauuary at 442 P street
Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith Hoover, jr., are
settled at 1118 Niuth street, where they will
bo at home on Tuesdays.
Cards are out for the marriage of Mi6s
Frances Burnham Woods and Mr. Eugeno F.
Arnold, of tho Bar of this city, on Thursday
morning, Januaty 7, at 11 o'clock, in St.
Francis de Sales' Church, Newark, Ohio.
Miss Woods Is tho only daughter of Mrs. Ce
cilia I. and tho lato Major General Charles R.
Woods, and tho nlcco of tho lato Mr. Justice
William B. Woods, of tho Supremo Court of
tho United States. Miss Woods was recently
received into tho Catholic Church by tho Rev.
Father W. F. Hayes, of Newark, Ohio.
Mrs. John R. McLean has issued invitations
for a children's fancy dross party on Thurs
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Miss Emery will glvoagerman Thursday
evening, when her young guests will dance
tho old year out and tho now year in.
Mrs. nnd tho Misses Hutchlm-on, of 1707
Massachusetts avenue, will ho at homo on
Wednesdays throughout tho season.
Mrs. Hornsby receives her intimate friends
on Friday evenings after 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Judge Reid and baby, of Wisconsin,
have arrived at 5 B Btreot northeast, where
they will spend tho winter with Mrs. Reid's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor.
Miss Ernst has sent out invitations for a
Senator and Mrs. Dolph have Issued Invita
tions for a dinner to tho President and Mrs.
Harrison on tho evening of January G.
Miss Maud Dunlap, of Lexington, Va., Is
tho guest of tho Misses Ball, at tho Albion,
Miss Petty, of 3331 O streot, Georgetown, is
at home on Thursdays.
Miss Mario Dec'ca has como home for tho
holiday season after a triumphant concert
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Heath and Miss Georgia
Conway, Mrs. Heath's sister, are In Louisville,
where they will remain until after New Year's,
When Mrs. Heath returns 6he will bo at homo
on Fridajs, at 1223 Fifteenth street.
Tho Capitol Hill members of tho Fenctbles
havo sent out cards for a dancing party Tues
day evening, atMcCauley'a Hall. There will
be a series of dances during tho gay season.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlc3 E. West will be at
homo on Tuesdays In Januar-, at 238
Fourteenth street Bouthwest.
Mrs. John Howard Whlto and Miss White,
of 1502 Vermont avenuo, have issued invita
tions for Monday, 28th instant, from 5 to 8
Mr. and Mrs. Boriah Wilklns havo issued
Invitations tor a dancing party to tho friends
of their young sous on Wednesday evening.
Tho marriage of Mr. Marshall Cushing and
Mies Isabel McBrido Palmer took place in
San Francisco Christmas Day. Mr. aud Mrs.
Cushing will reside in this city at 141U Twen
Miss Mlttio Camphell, of Toledo, is the
guest of Mrs. T. F. Schneider.
Tho marrlago of Miss Clara Humphrey, of
this city, and Mr. Glen D. Gardner, of Mar
tlnsburg, W. Va., will be celebrated on Tues
day. Mrs. Wllmerdlng will receive callers on
Wednesday, after January 1.
Dr. Baggott has purchased pronerty on Six
teenth street, No. 1916, which 1b being remod
oled and renovated in every way, and will
soon be ready for occupancy.
Mr. Eugeno F. Stevens, of Chicago, Is at
709 Twelfth street, where he is enjoying the
Mr. and Mrs. Crelgler, of Morristown, N.
J., havo leased tho house of Dr. Kindleberger,
corner of Twoutleth and G streets.
Miss Cynthia Cleveland, Mrs. M. G. Lee
and Mrs. Emily L. Sherwood, will receive on
Now Year's Day, from 3 to 9 p. m., at 1407
Cbapiu street. Columbia Heights northwest,
assisted by Miss Klla Ray, of Capitol Hill, aud
Miss Anna Lee, of Anacostia
Mr. Richard Deutsch and brido are at tho
Mme. d'Istria LaCosto, left Wednesday for
an extended trip South. She was accompa
nied by her;daughter,Miss LaCosto, who returns
early in January and will be at home Satur
day to hor frleuds at her residence, 1706 L
Miss Irene Ransom, of Cleveland, Ohio, Is
spending tho holidaya with MIs3 Caroline Ran
som tho artist.
Tho date for the marriage of Miss Mattie E.
Mitchell, daughter of Senator Mitchell, of
Oregon, and Francois, Duko do la Rochefau
cauld, of ParlB, France, has Deeu fixed for
February 11 next. Tho ceremony will take
placo in Paris.
Miss Jones, of Philadelphia, and Miss
Stephens, of Baltimore, are guests of the
Misacs Thompson, of 1322 Now York avenue.
Professor and Mrs. S. Champney Kingsley,
of New York, are visiting Mrs. Kingsley's
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Theodore Poescho, of
1224 Twelfth street northwest.
On Christmas Day tho guests of tho Frank
lin presented to tho proprietor and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Duvall, a handsome secre
tary, and in return tbe latter tendered the
donors a dancing reception the same evening.
Tho affair, though entirely impromptu, was
brilliant, as many friends came In and made
tho dancing rooms merry with their presence.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Willis, of Florida
avenue, gave a small musicalo on Christmas
evening in honor of visiting relations from
Monday evening Mrs. Morton will give a
dancing party to tho dancing class of which
her daughters are members.
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Blatchford spent
Christmas In New York City with their son,
Mr. Appleton Blatchford.
Miss Blanche Smith, ono of the most pop
ular teachers of the Berrett School, has gone
to Frederick to spend the week with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Asaph WilBon, of Scranton,
Pa., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Donald
McPherson, of 2229 Fifteenth street north
west. Dr. and Mrs. Hamlin will give a reception
to tho congregation of the Church of tho Cov
enant on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Letter will givo the second of her series
of teas on Wednesday,
Mr. Win, Clarke and Miss Fannlo Clarke
are spending tho holidays in Frederick, Md,
Tho marriage of Miss Fannie Caulfleld,
daughter of Prof, aud Mrs. Caulfleld, to Mr.
George B. Howard, of Now York, will bo cel
ebrated at 9:30 o'clock, Wednesday morniug.
Professor W. II. Barry and Miss Alice Let
Kayanaugh were married Thursday morning
at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. S.
B. Kavauaugh, 418 M street northwest. The
bride was attended by her st6ter, Miss Corne
lia V. Kavanaugh. Both wore handsome
traveling costumes. Tho Rev. Dr. Wight
man officiated. After tho ceremony Mr, and
Mrs. Barry left for an extended trip South.
Tho groom Is supervising principal of tho
schools in Patorsou, N. J., and tho couple will
6ettlo there. Amoug those present were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Robert Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Hensoy, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gapcn, Mrs. aud
Miss Perkins, Mr. Georgo N. Housoy, Mr.
Clintpn Gapon, Mrs. M. D. Hensoy, Miss
Madge Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cohen, jr.,
Misses Maggio Fitzgerald, Roso Graham. S.
Garst, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Woolard, Mr. J. W. Cohon, and
Mrs. II. M. Kanouso.
Tho friends of Mr. Robert Cruit,, formerly
of this city but now of Chicago, will recelvo
with pleasure tho news of hia marrigd at St.
Paul, Minn., on Tuesday last, in tho Church
of Our Father, by tho Rev. L. M. Crothers.
Tho bride was MIsb Nolllo J. Halo, of that
city. Mr. Cruit is a Washington boy by birth,
and resided hero until tho last few vcara, and
is a nophow of Mr. J. W. RatclifT, of tho firm
ofRatcllff, Darrfc Co. Mr. and Mrs. Cruit
will reside permanently at La Grange, a beauti
ful villa suburb of Chicago, after an extended
tour to tho East.
Miss Lena Hutchinson will give a dancing
party to-morrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bod fish gave a charming re
ception on Christmas ove, in honor of their
nieco MIsb Howell. Tho largo parlors of their
beautiful homo on tho corner of First and B
streets northeast were handsomely decorated
with flowers and plants of rare varieties. Mi6s
Ilowoll was assisted in receiving the guests by
Miss Meredith. Among those present wore
Misses Whitaker, Besslo A. Safford, F.
Arabella Davenport, Vinule Hodges,
Gretchen Archer, Bessie Ashley, Ruth
Brown, Mary Brown, Hattlo Cushing, Mattio
Dodge, Bess Dillon, Agnes Dillon, Miunio Fol
lows, Bertha Gray, Mamie nino, Blanch Hine,
Hannah Kolly, Marv Kelly, Edith Lowe, Susie
Pierce, Alice Park, Emma Shivelv, Bessie Up
dergrafT, Wilcox. Rev. Dr. Parson, Colonel
Meredith, Dr. Wolf and Messrs. N. Lan
don Burchlll, Horace Dodge, Mr. C. S.
Domer, Oliver Hine, John Hazelton, Dr.
McKimmie, Luclon Archer, Alison Archor,
Tom Johnson, Pierce, Fred Parks, R. II.
Philips, C. E. Rice, J. Kent Shirely, Frank
Sutton, Prof. C. Lacev Sites, Vernon E.
Hodges, William Purman, W. W. Smith,
Fred W. McRoynolds, Everlll Pike Van
Mates, J. W. Purman, Nlles, Whltcourt.
Tho Misses Rutter havo issued cards for a
dance at their residence, Tuesday, December
Mrs. Mattingly will entertain tho Princeton
Glee, Banjo and -Mandolin Clubs at a dance
Senor and Madamo Montt entertained Sec
retary and Mrs. Blaine at a handsome dinner
Ifoul Murder In u Graveyard.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 26. Yesterday in
tho corner of a cemetery tho body of Fred
erick Z. Pinden was found literally hacked to
pieces. Tho bloody work had been done with
a hatchet which tho dead man carried with
him to cut a Christmas tree. The ground in
tho vicinity gave evidence of a desperate
struggle. Robbery is supposed to havo boen
the object of the unknown murderer.
Prior to Taking "Inventory, January 1.
25 per cent, reduction on all Boy's Suits.
Eisemon Bros., 7th and E.
Drink Tannhauser beer.
Benzler. Telephone, 571-3.
Bottled by H.
You Have Observed
Those attractive stores
on either side of the main
entrance to the Atlantic
Building, and if you have
been one of the thou
sands to enter that struct
ure ycu have noticed the
corridor windows looking
into those stores. Next
time observe the big piles
of shoe boxes. Thev are
filled with shoes. You
can then understand why
we feel free to claim the
largest stock of shoes in
Ladies frequently de
sire Slippers to match a
particular dress. They
are easily obtained. We
make them on short
notice. Our assort
ment of Slippers com
prises a wide variety of
styles. It seems as if no
imaginable want could
fail to find its supply
among the myriads of
We sell a fine Patent
Leather Shoe for Men at
$5, and it's hand-sewed.
928 and 930 F Street Northwest.
BRYAN & COMPANY,
Cor. F and Fifteenth Streets.
We make Men's Shirts;
know all about it; do it well;
take the risk, if there is any;
and prices are less than fair.
If your shirtmaker pleases
you don't try around; but
should he not, then come to
us. The more particular you
are the better we like it.
A postal will bring our shirt
man, with his samples and
tape, to see you.
BRYAN & COMPANY, -
Cor. Fifteenth and F Streets.
dec 20-tf 11
THE EVERETT ART STORE,
gig F Street N. W.
Fine Ait Goods' of Every Kind.
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gs i F street.
Men's Street Shirts and Cravats,
ay$kFull Dress requirements for the'
f ecepmfc sanson.
BAIRD & GALT,
Men's Furnishing Goods,
g2i F Street.
THE GALT WATCH, t
Especially constructed to meet
the wants of those requiring
CORRECT TIME, but who
do not desire to pay the price
usually demanded to obtain
In highly finished gold and
silver cases, and guaranteed as
to quality and performance.
M. W. GALT, BRO. & CO.
Jewellers and Silversmiths,
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