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TMBSXJN13A.Y tlER-AXD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY15, 1S1.
13 h V V SOCIETY CHAT. The Hinrrlaco ceremony of Mi3s Georgia W. Blacklock and Lieut. William B. Capcrton took place on Tuesday evening in St. John's Church, Rev. Dr. Douglass officiating. The ushois, Capt. Allen and Licuts. Ladd, Dechtcler, Denny, Card, Williams, and Prince, were In full uniform, as were tho groom and his best man, Lieut. Beatty. Tho bridesmaids were Miss Lida Scranton and Miss Payne; tho maid of honor, Miss Williamson. Theywoio gowns of whiio silk, with garnituro of gold fringo and embroidery, and they carried bouquets of pink roses. Tho bride's wedding gown was ouo of the prettiest seen this season. It was of rich whlto faille, with festooning of embroidered mousseline do solo on tho skirt. Tho tullo veil was gracefully arranged and was hold In placo by a 6mall bunch of ostrich tips. Her only or nament was n bar of diamonds, tho gift of tho groom, Tho bouquet was of bridal roses. Miss Blacklock was escorted to tho altar by her uncle, Gen. Ordway, who gave her hand in mar riage. After the ceremony there was a largo rccention at the lcsidcnco of General and Mrs. Ordway, on P &trcct. A handsomo wedding supper was served. Lieutenant and Mrs. a wedding journey down in Now York over. Among tho Caperton are making South, and will settlo after their trip is weddimr cuests were Commodore and Mrs, Sicard, of tho Navy: Uen. Schofleld, Ropro sentativo and Mrs. Scranton, Maj. Turubull, of the Army; Miss Turnbull, Dr. J. Ford Thomp son and wife, Airs. Williams, Dr. McArdle, General and Mrs. Greely, Col. Ilcywood, U. S. M. C. and wife; Hon. and Mrs. Hatch, Miss Hatch, Col. and Mrs. Haines, of tho Army, Judco and Mrs. Hillyer, Dr. J. Tabor Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Johns and daughto", General and Mrs. Kelton. General and Mrs. Gibson and tho Misses Gibson, Lieut. Grlflln, of tho Navy; Surgeon Gaines, of tho Navy; Admiral and Mrs. Greer and Miss Greer, Hon. Charles Gibson, Miss Dyer, Miss Do Kraft. Lieut. Diohl, of the Navy; Lieut. Culver, of tho Navy; As sistant Englneor Chambers, Mr. aud Mrs. Barry Bulkloy, Chief Engineer and Mrs. Williamson, General and Mrs. Lee, Lieut. Mentz, of tho Navy; Commander McCalla, of the Navy; Lieut. McCrackllu, Dr. and Mrs. Dickinsou, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Winlock, Col. Long, Miss Kelton, Miss Kilbourn, Miss Key, Col. Lieber, Mrs. Albert Hay, Mrs. Howe, Com modore and Mrs. Ramsay, Miss Ramsay, Mr. Clary Ray, the Misses Ray, Lieutenant and Mrs. Stone, Mi68 Sicard, General and Mrs. Payne, .Mr. and Mrs. Payne, Major Parker, Lieut. Reber, of tho Army; Miss Parker, Ensign R. C. Ray and wife, Paymaster Charles Ray, of tho Navy, and wife; Mrs. Andrews, Mr. Mendonoa, Mr. "Charles McCauley, Dr. McKim, Assistant Engineer Norton, of tho Navy; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pago, Mr. andMrs. Peachy, Miss Peachy, Senator and Mrs. Faulkner, Miss Faulkner, Miss Love, ex-Senator McDonald, Senator and Mrs. Manderson, Senator Blackburn, the Misses Blackburn, Assistant Engineer and Mrs. Bteg, Mr. Norman Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter, Miss Cooper, Captain and Mrs. Chase, and Mr6. Denny. Tho marriage of Miss Susan Carberry Lay, daughter of Mr. Richard Lay, Consul General to Ontario, and Hon. William F. Wharton. As sistant Secretary of State, took placo on Tues day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Hobson, Miss Lay's aunt. The mar riage ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. McKim. The bride woro a simple but elegant sown of white satin, made Empire style, with silver embroideries on the corsage aud girdle. The long tullo veil was arranged on her head in a Mary Stuart point. Those witnessing the ceremony were the immediate relatives of the bride and groom the Vice President and Mrs. Morton and the Misses Morton, Mrs. Street, Mr. and Mrs. William Street, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Archibald nopkins, Secretary and Mrs. Blaine; and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Everett. A reception, to which a large company was invited, followed the marriage service. An elaborate wedding breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Wharton left on the 5 o'clock train for their wedding journov. On their return they will reside at 1731 K street. Among tho guests attending the reception were Chief Justice Fuller, ex Governor and Mrs. Cairoll, Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Soley, Sir Julian anil Lady Pauncefote and tho Misses Pauncefote, Senator Allison, Justice and Mrs. Blatchford, Count and Countess d'Arschot, Baron and Baroness do Vriere, Mr. and Mro. David King, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halliday, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Warder, Dr. andMrs. Loring, Mrs. Wood, the Russian, French, Turkish, Danish, Swiss, .and Netherlands Ministers, Senator andMrs. Edmunds and Miss Edmunds, Senator and Mrs. Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Cropper, Mrs. Calderon Carlisle, Representative and Mrs. Hitt, Miss Blaine, Seiior de Souza Roza, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cabot Lodge and Miss Lodge, Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, and Senator and Mrs. Mc Pherson. Representative and Mrs. Tracv held a largo and brilliant reception on Tuesday evening at their Vermont-avenue residence. Tho long suite of parlor3 was beautifully adorned with cut llowers and tho pictures wreathed in graceful vines. Mrs. Tracy was assisted in receiving by Madam Maoson and Mrs. Salliberry, who are guests of tho house. Mrs. Tracy woro a French gown of pearl brocade with garniture of real lace. A handsome supper was served in tho dlnlng-ioom from an exquisitely adorned table. Among tho guests were tho Spanish Minister and Madame Suarez, Senator and Mrs. Carlisle, Representative and Miss Blount, Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, Mibs Margaret Merrick, Representa tive awl Mrs. Outhwalte, Mr. Alex. Porter Morse, Miss Morse, Mrs. F. D. Olcary, Mlts Cleury, Miss Soliquae, the Misses Dubamol, Re presentative and Mrs. Hatch, Miss Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson, Representative and Mrs. Shivoloy, General and Mrs. Splnola, Miss Arminderez, Mrs. Hartley, Miss Gordon, Mrs. and Miss Faulkner, and Representative Gibson. Miss Florence Shilllngton, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Shlllintrton, was married on Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, to Mr. Fred W. Eberly, of this city. The ceremony took placo in the First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. Suther land reading the marriage service. Tho ushors were Messrs. Albort II. Shilllngton, John Wirt, William Duvall, Joseph S. Hudglns, of Balti more; Dr. David Mooro, and Dr. William Wirt, The groom was attended by Mr. Charles Eberly as blest man, Theio were no bridesmaids. Miss Shilllngton wa6 escorted co tho altar by her brother, Mr. Joseph Shilllngton. Sho woro a stylish traveling eostumo of light tan-colored cloth trimmed with fur. Her large hat was adorned with ostrich foatheis matching hor gown in'ebndo. Her bouquet was composed of American Beauty roses. A handsome wedding breakfast was served at the residence of Mrs. Shilllngton, after which Mr. and Mrs. Eberly left fpr u wedding tilp North. Their futuro residence is 1113 Fifth street. The "Charity Comedy Company" will give one of their sparkling comedies in'Willard Hall on Thursday evening, February 11), for tho ben efit of tho Foundling Hospital, on Fifteenth 6tjeet. This company has a reputation for hot ter acting than is usual among amateuis. Miss Mary Blount has trained the company and Bho is proud to have discovered several embryo "stars" among her cast. Everybody should leud a hand to help on this most worthy charity, Ml6s Faunlo Buxton, of Keyser, W. Va., is the guest of Mrs, H. G. Hanford, 1418 Rhode Island avenue. Miss Buxton is a niece of tho Hon. Henry G. Davis. Get your shirts mado to order from Miller, shirt maker and ladies' and gentlemen's out fitter, Eighteenth street and Pnnnsylvanla ovo-.ziue. On Wednesday evening, nt 8 o'clock, In tho Now York-avenuo Prcsbytcriau Church, Miss Florence E. Hodges and Mr. Clarence M. Webster were united In wedlock by Rev Dn Bartlctt, assisted by Rev. Mr. Wynkoop. Tho ushors were Mr. John Hodges, Mr. Wilson Reed, Mr. William Glcscking, Mr. William Douglass, Mr. Saunders Garland, aud Mr. Thomas Brooke. Thcro were no bridesmaids. Tho brido and groom approached tho chancel arm in arm, tho ushers loading tho way. Miss Hodges woro a gown of whito broadcloth, richly trimmed with whito silk fringe and feather carniturc. Thcro was no rccention after tho ceremony. Mr. and Airs. Webster went to Now York on their wedding trip. Tho bride's golng-away dress was of brown nnd tan colored cloth, witli hat to match. On tho re turn of tho bridal pair to this city thov will ro aulo with Colonel and Mrs. Wobslor. Tho relatives of tho bridal pair present at tho marriago wero Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hodges, Col onel nnd Mrs. Amos Webster, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morscll, of Now York; Mr. and Mrs. Mc Crago, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Kollcr, Misses BIrdio and Blancho Hodges, Master Edward Hodges, Miss Florence Kirkpatrlck, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hodges, Miss Adela Webster, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Wilson, and Miss Marlon Morse, of Boston. Among tho largo company gath ered in tho church to witness tho cere mony wero Mi6s M. Elgin, Miss C. Locke, Miss Kate Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ghecn, Mr. and Mrs. John King, Mr. A. B. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, the Misses Lockwood, Mr. W. E. Crist, Mr. Frank Calhoun, Mr. W. A. Perry, Mr. andMrs. George Whlto, Mr. and Mis. BeggenhoiT, Mrs. Cox, Miss Emily Speako, Dr. and Mrs. John Daly, Mr. aud Mrs. W. W. Eldredgo.Mr.NorrisHale, Miss Hale, Dr. and Mrs. Freer, Mr. and Mrs. John King, Mr. J. B. Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. T. Blackburn, tho Misses Glcsuking, Mr. Dudley Kirkpatrlck, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tweedalc, Miss Susie Dickson, Mrs. II. V. Boynton, Mr. and Mrs. John Joy Edson, Mr. R. L. Magrudcr, Mr. Joseph Beardsley, Mr. andMrs. A. T. Brit ton, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Warner, Mr. J. D. Mc Ohesncy, Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dove, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Payne, Dr. and Mrs. Sowers, Mr. aud Mrs. L. D. Denham, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Duvall, Captain and Mrs. Thorpe, Miss Annlo Ackerman, Miss Maggie Stewart, Mr. Robert McMackiu, Mr. and Mis. W. A. Blades, Mr. and Mrs. George Seitz, the Misses Scitz, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hausell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Keller, Miss May Magruder, Mr. George Day, Mrs. Morsell, Mr. Charles Harkness, Miss Hark ness, Mr. M. McBlair, Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. H. Crook, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Crook, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Evans, the Misses Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wll lard, Mr. IraGodfroy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cham ber, Miss Carrio O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Keefer, Maj. Thomas M. Gale, Mr. August Douglass, Mr. G. W. Joyce, Mr. L. D. Wine, Mr. and Mrs. Thomus N. Martin, Miss Saldeo Drown, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Crockett, Airs. A. L. Reed, Mrs. S. E. Wilson, Judge Drake, Mrs. J. C. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Noble D. Lamer, Mrs. M. E. Skirving, Mrs. and Miss Cathacait,Mrs. Polkin horn, Judge Lander, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gur ley, Mr. Jerome Johnson, Mr. Bushrod Robin son, Mr. John Payne, Mr. aud Mrs. C. Auer bach, Dr. G. N. Acker, Mrs. and Miss McFalls, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Beresford, Miss N. Andre, Miss A. McCreary, and Miss S. Bedlow. Tho Ladles' Historical Society met on Friday at the residence of Mrs. Horatio King, Mrs. William H. Holmes in tho chair. The pro gramme began with a piano recital by that ac complished performer, Mr. Charles Elliot. Mrs. Holmes then read u paper on French art, tho subject under consideration. Sho gavo a brief history of the riso of classic art, of the renais sance, and of modern French art. At the close of her able paper Mrs. Brooke sang a German air, "Lorelei." Several very Interesting papers followed. Mrs. Browne's treated of "The Early French Painters and Painting," Mrs. Vance of "French Furniture," and Miss Brooke sang "He Loves Mo," by Croneh. Mi6s Safford fol lowed "Lorelei" with a paper on "Women in French Ait," dividing the subject up into threo heads, viz: Pottery, Porcelain, and Enamol. Mrs. Almena Williams's paper was on tho in fluence of Jacque Lewis David on French art, and as tho founder of tho modern school. Mrs. Barus, being, a Vassar graduate, was tne only ouo who had confidence to give a talk on tho modern French schools of painting. Tho series of papers wero carefully nrGnnrfid. nnd jiIro hnrn nvlrtnnnnn nf nine. n sonal observation during foreign travel. A num ber of illustrations of Interiors of tho "Littlo Trianon" wero shown, which added interest to tho subjects under consideration. Tho society adjourned to two weeks from Friday, when Mrs. Almena Williams will preside, that ofllco being filled by a different person at each ses sion. Tho subject will bo tho French Empire. Those present wero Mrs. Horatio King, Mrs. Dr. Talbott, Mrs. Brooke, Mrs. Vance, Mrs. MacLellan, Mrs. Bigelow, Mrs. Eastman, Mrs. Mendenhall, Mrs. A. Howard Clark, Mrs. Barus, Mrs. Gen. Browuo, Mr. Elliot, Mrs. and Miss Safford, Mrs. Doubleday, Mrs. Asaph Hall, and Mrs. Mendenhall. Tho violet tea given by Mrs. Oates on Tues day afternoon was one of tho prettiest entertain ments of tho season. Mrs. Oates woro a gown of rich gold and whito brocade and hold in her hand a big bouquet of violets. Her ornaments wero a diamond necklace and star. Tho host ess was assisted by Mrs. Judge Torrey, of Ken tucky, who woro whito and yellow brocade; Mrs. Munnell, of Georgia, white and yellow brocade; Miss Calvert, of Virginia, blue crCpo; Miss Cochrane, of Alabama, whlto mousselino do solo, and Miss Nottingham, of Baltimore, pale-blue silk. Tho Misses Rico and tho Misses Blackburn also assisted in the hospitalities of tho house. Tho color scheme of decoration was artistically carried out. In tho refreshment room tho table waB covered with a cloth of vio let crGpo, tho candle shades wero violet, tho ices and bonbons woro of a violet lint, and tho assistants as well as tho hostess carried bunches of violets. Among tho guests woro Mrs. R. P. Flower, Mrs. and Miss Kenna, Mrs. Jordan, Miss Tarr, Mrs. and Miss Quay, Mrs. and Miss Blount, Dr. and Mme, Guzman, Lieut. Beatty, Lieutenant and Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. John Williams, tho Misses Butler, Miss Michler, and Mrs, and Miss Faulkner. A very pleasant progressive euchre party was given at tho residence of Mrs. Charles F. Smith, Capitol Hill, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Daisy Crosby and Mr. David Lescalletto won tho first prizes; Miss nolen MacGrotty and Mr. Frank S. Applcman won tho "booby" prizes. Tho game was called at 10 o'clock, and then all en tered tho dining-room, whore a bountiful colla tion was spread, after which tho evening vras 6pent in vocal and instrumental music. Among those present wore Mrs. Charles F. Smith, Mrs. David Lescalletto, (nCo Smith,) Mis. Daisy Crosby, Miss Louise Ilopkius, Misses Julia, Jennie, and Helen MacGrotty, Miss May Beall, Miss Nellio Smith, Miss Beulah Smith, Mrs. MacNamee, Mr, Randolph Hopkins, Mr. William II. Wagoner, Mr. Edward W. Haight, Mr. Frank S. Apploman, Mr. William A. Smith, and Mr, David Lescalletto. Tho marriage of Miss Minnio CHne, of West Virginia, and Mr. Robiusou White, of this city, took place on Woduesday morning, in tho Foundry Church parsonage, Tho brido was at tired ina handsomo traveling costume of stone gray broadcloth. Mr. and Mrs. White left on their wedding journey Immediately after the ceremony. On their return they will resldo at 207 E street northwest. Mr. Dulaney Hunter ealled on Saturday for Paris. Six full-dress shirts for 9 at Miller's, shirt makers and ladles' and gentlemen's outfitters, Eighteenth Btreet and Pennsylvania avenue. Tho Matccito given by Mrs. Frances W, Dickens on Tuesday afternoon brought to gether a largo and biilllant company. Tho in vitations were fittingly worded in tho addition of tho diminutive "'ci7o, to mate, for a very Httlo of tho beverage was quite sufficient for tho uninitiated. Tho mate was served In tho peculiar cups used for tho purposo in South Ameiica, aud was imbibed through tho long, slondor silver tubes, with porforated bulb at ono end, known as "bombilla." Tho mate is browed from tho dried leaves and stems of a shrub called ycrha mate, that grows abundantly in Paraguay. Fashions change in South Amer ica, however, as in other parts of tho world, and mato and its cqulpago is now almost en tirely superseded among tho upper class by tho uso of Chlneso and Japanese tea. Besido tho novelty of mato there was a handsomo collation of tea dainties served to tho guests nt Mrs. Dickens's. Mrs. Dickens was assisted by Mrs. S. Augustiuo Robinson, tho Misses Scawoll, Miss Sophio Webster, Miss Maggie Wood, Mls3 Tisdoll, and Miss Skerret. Those nrcscnt wero Seiior aud Mmo. Mcndooa,tbo Misses Mendonga, Miss Lowrcy, Solicitor General and Mrs. Taft, tho Japanese Minister, Mrs. Browne, tho Nica rauguau Minister, Mrs. Guzman, Mrs. Orris S. Ferry, Miss Ferry, Major and Mrs. Schwan, Representative and Mrs. Royburn, Miss Dos mer, Mr. and Mrs. Cabell, Commander and Mrs. McCalla, Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Elliot, Commissioner and Mrs. McDonald. Miss Mc Donald, G. F. Glbbs, Mr. H. G. Kemp, Pay master and Mrs. Frailoy, Mrs. K. B. Dnshlell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bedlow, ProfessoruudMrs. II. D. Todd, Mr. J. W. Henry, Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. Brown, Miss Cuthbcrt, Commander and Mrs. Coffin, Dr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Richard Rush, Paymaster and Mrs. Rand, Cap tain and Mrs. McNair, Lieutenant and Mrs. Noel, Mr. and Mrs. n. B. McDonald, Uomman der and Mrs. Davis, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Todd, Mrs. J. P. Ray, tho Misses Ray, Commodore aud Mrs. Skerrett, Miss Margaret Skerritt, Chief Engineer and Miss Towne, Miss Dailev, Com mander and Mrs. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Hcrwlg, Miss Wheat, Mrs. K. K. Honrv, tho Venezuelan Minister, Mrs. Peraza, Mr. andMrs. Carlos Bolet, Mr. andMrs. Bolet Monagas, Mrs. Lclnau, tho Spanish Minister, Mrs. Suarez, Seiior and Madame Zegurra, Commodore and Mrs. Farquhar, Commodore and Mrs. Greer, Miss Greer, Senator and Mrs. Hawloy, Senator and Mrs. Vauco, Miss Bowles, Mr. Martin, Col onel and Mrs. Hoywood, Representative and Mrs. Outhwaite, Captain and Mrs. Taylor, A. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Robinson, Mr. Charles Frailoy, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tisdel, Lieutenant and Mrs. Filletto, the Misses Jen kins, Lieutenant and Mrs. Quackenbush, Com mander and Mrs. Train, Captain and Mrs. Robert Meade, tho Misses Meade, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden, the Misses do KrafTt, Miss Day, Mr. J. J. Woodward, Lieut. H. D. Todd, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Mackay Tho reception of Miss Cynthia Cleveland on Tuesday at 807 Twelfth street was largely at tended. Miss Cleveland woro a black silk gown, en trainc. She was assisted by Miss Vir gio Keech, in black velvet, with Vandyke bod Ice filled in with buttercup surah, and Miss Lily Keech, of Baltimore, in a combination gown of crimson silk and velvet; Miss Mary Coleman, in whito wool, and Mrs. Emily L. Sherwood, in black brocaded India silk. Among those pres ent wero Mrs. J. C. Spooncr, Mrs. Gen. Banks, Miss Banks, Mrs. J. N. Dolph, Mrs. Gen. Spl nola, Mrs. Walthall, Miss J. R. Whitford, of New York; Miss Walthall, Mrs. J. C. Burnett, Mrs. D. N. Gould, of Terro Haute, Ind.; Mrs. A. C. Harmar, Mrs. Howard S. Reeside, Mrs. William I. Ellis, Mrs. Roby, of Chicago; Mrs. E. C. Messer, Mrs. M. S. Lockwood, Miss-Mes-ser, Mrs. Stowe, Miss Stowe, Mrs. John T. Cal laghan, Mrs. Roger D. Mills, Miss Mills, Mrs. A. S. Hartman, Maj. W. D. Saxton, Miss Sax ton, Mrs. J. L. Pugh, Jr., Miss Mitcholl, Mrs. R. D. Henry, tho Misses Lawler, Mrs. L. do F. Jennings, Mr. F. Langstaff, Mrs. George Keyes French, Miss Trumbull, Mrs. C. M. Stone, Mr. F. M. Dixon, Mrs. L. W. Sinsabaugh, Miss Graffln, Miss Sinsabaugh, Miss Ida Roil, Miss Anna D. Howard, Mrs. II. N. Ralston, Mrs. E. S. Rockwell, Miss Stevens, Miss Marie Louise Buckmaster, of New York; Mrs. C. K. Mollon, Miss Conrad, Mrs. William C. Smith, Mr. H. S. Seldon, Mrs. 1. P. Smith, Miss May E. Howard, Miss Von Dachenhousen, Mrs. M. D. Lincoln, Miss Ramson, Mrs. J. M. Alger, Miss V. S. Williams, Mrs. M. G. Lee, Mrs. J. B. Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCreery, Mrs. J. E. Engle, Mr. A. B. Mattingly, Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Kim ball, Mrs. C. T. Hendler, MI6S Daisy Brown, Miss Bessie Brown, and Miss S. S. Grigsly. The Columbia Ideals gavo their last compli mentary reception before Lent at their new ciuo-rooms on Monday, the 0th instant, and, judging from tho manifest enjoyment of tholargo number present, tho reception was a flattering success. Much credit for tho success of the occasion is duo to tho untiring efforts of tho committee on arrangements, consisting of F. L. Neumeyer, S. B. Ellis, and P. J. Rollow. Mr. L. A. Rosafy acted as master of ceremonies. The parlors, which wero most artistically deco rated with fancy work by tho numerous young lady friends of the club, wero thrown open as a reception-room, and tho largo dancing hall was beautifully decorated with flags of all nations. At 11 o'clock intermission was declared and tho guests wero invited to paitake of tho refresh ments prepared for them, after which dancing was continued until an early morning hour. Among those present woro Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Mc Elvare, Mrs. Cornwall, Mrs. Rollow, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Lonard, Mrs. Henloy, Mrs. Sheppersou, nnd tho Misses Maud Eppley, Jennie Doyle, Minnie Yates, Allie Yates, May Veihraoyer, A. Turner, Alice Edmonston, Maud Sibley, Emma Leesnltzer, Jesslo Howard, Grace Durfeo, Kato Mullen, Maud Durfeo, Joslo Mullen, Bello Jones, Eva Comml6kI, Lottie Mitchell, aud Messrs. Elmar Jaspar, W. L. Santmeyer, Joe Burnston, C. B. Bailey, Jr., W. F. Busoy, Mar tin McQuade, P. A. Ilalns, Lowo, George Col ton, William Sheed, C. Stotsenborg, L. A. Rosafy, P. J. Rollow, S. B. Ellis, B. S. Donald son, F. L. Neumeyer, F. G. Johnson, Willis Richmond, Louis Streamer, F. D. Fawcett, E. R. Conry, and others. Tho last assembly before Lout of tho Blase Cotillon Club took placo on Tuesday evening. It was a very elegant affair, and greatly on joyed by tho thirty couples of well-known so ciety young peoplo who aro Its members. Tho cotillon begun at 10 o'clock, aud was led by Mr. Hairy Bouton Cllloy with Miss Boutello. Tho favors wero rich and beautiful, and an ele gant supper was 6eryed during tho entire even ing, Tho party was under the chaperonage of Mis. Stetson, Mrs. Cilley, Mrs. Wheatloy, and Mrs. Griswold, Among tho members wero Mies Walthall, Miss Pollock, Miss Stetson, Miss Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Manning, Miss Quay, Miss Scranton, Miss Williamson, Miss Paikor, Miss Greer, Miss Douver, Miss Dalzell, Miss Brainbrldgo, and Messrs. Barnard, Staglor, Griswold, Bowors, Damiclle, Wheatloy, Norton, Thompson, Wyvlllo, Greer, and Peters. Mrs. M. Beudhelm nnd Miss Michelbacher, of Richmond, Va., aro guests of Mrs. M. Fisher, of 017 Q street. ' Mrs. G. N. Booth and Miss Nora Talbott, of Baltimore, are visiting Mrs, R, E. Parker, cf 1315 T street. ' Maj. Henry B. Freeman, of tho Army, and Mrs. Freemau are at 1017 Fourteenth street. Tho engagement is announced of Miss Ada lino Sommera aud Mr. Abo Elsenmann. Miss Ella Sonnehlll, of Baltimore, is vlsitlutr Miss Hattlo Hellbrun, 803 K street. Miss Emma Hood, of Howard County, Md is visiting Miss Alice Burdette. Ex-Senator and Mrs. Eaton, of Connecticut, ore located at 1433 L street. Miss Loulso Carroll, of Boston. Is visiting friends In Georgetown. W. H. YEOMAN'S PHILADELPHIA OYSTER HOUSE, AND Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oafe, 513 llfclx Street; IS'. W WASHINGTON, D. C. T&XLuJJJLi 03? aFVAJEME: RA"W OYSTERS. Prico per Dozen on the Half Shell. 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Ono Dozen Fried, Saddle Hocks GO cents Half Dozen Fried, in Box 15 cents Ono Dozen Fried, in Box 30 cents BROILED OYSTERS: Broiled Oysters, in Crumbs 50 cents Plain Broiled 50 oenta ROAST OYSTERS: Rough and Ready Roast 50 cents Fulton Market Roast 50 cents Panned Roast 35 cents Brown Pan Roast ,... 40 cents Fancy Roast 40 cents Boston Roast so cents Vlrarinia Roast 40 cents MISCELLANEOUS : Oyster Omolot 25 Oyster Pattio 15 Plain Omelet 15 Jolly Omelet 25 Minced Oysters, on Toast 40 Welch Rarebit 40 Golden Buck 50 Stowed Scollops 25 Fried Scollops 30 Scolloped Oysters 40 conts cents cents cents cents cents conts cents cents cents SALADS : Lobster Salad 40 cents Shrimp Salad 40 conts Chicken Salad 40 conts Broiled Lobster 60 cents Plain Lobster . 50 cents Lobster Cutlet 40 cents Colory 10 cents Excellent French Drip Coffee, 10 cents per pot. or 5 cents per cup. Tea, 10 cents per pot. or 5 conts per cup. Milk. 5 conts per glass. fol5-3 ET KECEITEB! AN ENTIRELY NEW LINE OF FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. ALSO THE NEW RUBBER OVERSHOE FOR LADIES These Goods Will Please You. Call and Examine Them. 511 NINTH STREET. MRS. SELMA EUPPERT 608 Ninth Street Northwest, Opposlto Patont Office. Tho attention of tho Ladles is respectfully in vited to My Largo Assortment of ART EMBROIDERIES AND FANOV NEEDLE- WORK, and ALL MATERIALS for tho SAME. WASH SILKS. KNITTING and CROCHET SILKS. PLUSH and SILK ORNAMENTS, LINEN and SILK FRINGES. Cholco Selection in Fancy Linen Goods, as TABLE COVERS and SCARFS, RUEEAU und SIDEBOARD COVERS, TIDIES, SPLASHERS, TRAY COVERS, DOYLIES, Stamped and Plain. Full Stock of Z EPHY It S. COLUMBIA QERMANTOWN WOOL, SAXONY WOOL. SPANISH and otAeFf9it8yiSD KNITTING YARNS, HAND.KNIT WORSTED GOODS, as nOODS. SACQUES, LEQGINS, MITTENS, and 'SHIRTS. Elegant Lino of Ladies and Children's HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, CORSETS, HANDKERCniEES, LACES, NEOK RUFFLING, and CHIL DREN'S LONG and SHOItr MERINO CLOAKS lit Very Low Prices. no23-3m0 The Storm Slipper. W., FISCHFR Sanders fc Stayman, SOLE AGENTS, 034 F 8treet Northwest. The Monumental, 937 AND 030 F STREET N.W. It's not ofton that you got the chanco to buy now and desirable Goods nt tho sacrificing orices at which wo aro offering our cntlro stock. You can como hero and buy of us now. 7-BTook Foster Gloves that wero S2.25, French Walking Gloves that woro $2, 8-Button Undressed Mousquctalre Gloves that woro sold at S3, 4-Button French Glaco Kid Glovea that sold always at SL75. At $1.37. In our Cloak Department you will And every garment now marked down regardless of cost. Wo must havo tho money that is tied up in this department. The stock must bo converted into ready cash at once. Newmarkets and Long Cloaks that havo been selling at S18, S20, $22, and 824, Sell How at $8, Children's Cloaks, Jackets, Wraps for stout ladies, nnd Plush Garments of all kinds now nt half of their original price, and in many cases you will find them at one-third price. In our Millinery Department wo offer tho choice of our finest Wool Felt Hats that havo sold all along at C9c, "Now 18c. Finest French Felt Hats that sold at SL20, At 43c, Wo havo still a good lino of Colors left in those Colored Silk Velvets that wore $1.25, At 57. Fancy Birds that sold from 25c. up to 50c, How 12o. Fancy Birds that were 75c. and up to SI. All Fancy Breasts and Birds that were S1.25 ana up to 5', n m Iffi Th LACE SCARFS AND FICHUS. Wo havo an immense line of theso goods in Chantilly and Hand Run Spanish Goods, and we offer tho entire stock at one-half of tho price. Wo havo them from 50c. up to S20, and thoy all go in for thisTeduction. 037 AND 039 F STREET N. W. TRY THE i AjLJlL JFOB- FIRST-CLASS Her and LESS WEAR km TEAR. CLEM, WHITE WORK FILTERED WATER. 522 Tenth St., Near Corner F. Ik Oo Cuff VlV '7 Xm)lrs" Mmi lgygWlWi"'lC!"ft 3J!ifrjqiBngU ""if irTwftH wi7jLip mu.