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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MA.Y 3, 1891.
Tbo wedding of MIsr Anna Murphy and
Capt. Monia Cooper Foote look place Wed
nesday, at noon, at tho homo of tho bride.
It was ono of the prettiest of home ceremo
nies. About thirty of thobildalcouplc'B rela
tives and near friends witnessed tbo marriage.
The spacious houso on C street was beauti
fully docked with asparagus and roses. The
ceremony was performed by Rov. Father
Marshall, S. J., of Orango, N, J., assisted by
Rev. Father Cowardln, S. J., of St. Aloyslus'.
Mr. Ulchard Murphy and Mr. Bournouvlllc,
of Philadelphia, anted asusheis. Tbo bride
wa attended by Miss Crllly, of Philadelphia,
and littlo Miss Josephine Murphy and Master
Edward Murphy. Tbo bride wore a gown of
tan-colored cloth braided In gilt. The hat
matched tbo gown in color and was adorned
with a buueh of pink roses. Her bouquet was
of La Franco roses. Miss crtlly was in brown
India silk, aud carried a buuch of yellow roses.
Au elegant wedding breakfast was served
after tho'corcmony. Captain and Mrs. Footo
left on an afternoon train for the sea-shore.
The inarriago of Walter McConhic, of this
city, and Miss Eliza Masscy, of Vlnccnncs,
Ind., was solemnized at St. James's Church,
Viuccnnos, on Thursday, April 30, at S P. M.
Tbo wedding reception was given at the old
homestead, in which the biido was born aud
reared, and was built by her grandfather, Dr.
Decker. Tbo bride wore an elegant gown of
Ivory satin. The ornaments worn wore gifts
from tho bride's relativesa rosette diamond
pin from tbo groom, diamond car-rings from
her aunt, Miss Rathbone, and a diamond
necklace fiom Mrs. Rathbone, of Now York.
The presents received were elegant. Among
tho eifts were a silver service from tbo Na
tional Rifles, of this city, and a hhndsomo sil
yer water pitcher and cup from Harris fc Co.
After tho reception Mr. and Mrs. McConhic
started for this city, where they will make
their luturo home.
Trinity Chinch was filled on Thursday
evening with the frlends.of Miss Mariox Wat
eon and Mr. S. Leonard Kerby, who were
united iu wedlock by Rov. Dr. Addison. Mr.
Nachraun, Mr. Kerby, Mr. Watson, Mr. Terry,
and Mr. dresser, of Richmond, were.tbe ushers.
They preceded th bridal pair up the aisle.
Two little boys, Masters Leo Nachman and
Fred Korby, were in attendance on the bride
and groom. Miss Watson wore an elegant
gown of white silk, trimmed with laco and
orange blossoms. Her veil was.held in place
bv clustora of orango blossoms and she carried
a'bouquet of Bridal roses. A handsome re
ception was held after the ceremony at tho
home of tho bride's mother, Mrs. S. Watson.
Tho wantage of MUs Mary A. Roberts and
Mr. James W. Slyo was celebrated on Thurs
day evening, at 8:30 o'clock, in the presence
of a largo company. Tho ceremony took
place at tho homo of tho bride's parents, 321
Ea6t Capitol street. The floral decorations
were unusually elaborate and beautiful.
Among tho many witnessing the impressive
ceremony were Mrs. Polk, Mrs. Magruder,
Mrs. Handy, Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Barker, Mrs.
Col. J. G. Barber, the Misses Polk, Miss
Huugerford, tho Misses Barber, Miss Stanford,
the Misses Robert, the Misses Ballenger,
Messrs. Stouostreet, Gray, Bluudon, Mays,
Hoffman, and Contee.
Miss C. Elsie Shriner, daughter of Mr. E.
L. Shriuor, of Carroll County, Md., was mar
ried on Thursday afternoon to Mr. William
T. Griffin, of the District Tax Office. Only tho
immediate friends of the couple were present.
The ceremony was colebiated by tho Rev. Solo
mon Starrer. The bride wore a handsome
traveling co3tume of tan cloth. The ushers
were Messrs. E. Clay Shriner, aud Jeeso C.
Shriner, brothers of the biide. Miss Anna
Schriner, of Westminster, Md., played tho
wedding march. After the reception the
happy couple came to this city. They will
reside lor the present at 915 Now York avenue,
and will bo at home on Thursdays this month.
On Wednesday Miss Annie E. Brashears,
eldest daughter of Mr. B. A. Brashears, was
married to Mr. Samuel A. Taylor at Christ
Church, southeast. Thoy were attended by a
cousin of tho groom, Mr. Clifford Taylor, and
Miss Agues Wall, of Mount Pleasant. After
an Informal reception at the residence of tho
bride's uncle, Mr. H. F. Keese, the young
couple started on a Southern trip.
Count Alberto di Forcsta, First Secretary of
the Italian Legation at Madrid, aud formorly
Secretary of tho Italian Legation in this city,
wab married on Thursday oveniug in Now
York City to Miss Charlotte Colymans
Skinner. Tho ceremony was performed by
Mis. "Morton goes abroad this summer with
her eldest daughter. Among other Washing
tonians of" tho party will bo Miss Blaine, Mrs.
and Miss Cameron, Miss Pauucef ote, and Mrs.
and Misu Mitchell. Thoy will be joined by.
Lady Paunccfote later on.
Mrs. W.H. Mills was last week the recipient
of a very handsome present from the members
of tbo Shakespeare class she has conducted
with so much untiring interest and rare tact.
The gift consisted of a 6uperb sot of Shakes
Mr. und Mrs. Henry L. Bryau have with
them Mr. Bryan's aged uncle, who will make
Li6 future homo with them at their pleasant
home, No. 001 East Capitol street.
Invitations are out for tho wedding of Miss
Polrier, of Now York, and Lieut. James L. Sill,
which will occur in that city Tuesday oven
iug, May 7.
Capt. Co ivies gave a reception on board the
Despatch at the Navy Yard yesterday after
noon. Thoro was a five-o'clock tea and danc
ing, Maj. Wm. II. Powell, Twenty-second Infan
try, left Washington yesterday with his wife
and daughter for Fort Abraham Lincoln, N. D.
General and Mrs. Wilcox give a frto cham
pfitre on Tuesday, the 5th. at their residence
at the Soldiers' Home.
Mr., Mrn., and Mi6s Williams expect to spend
the suramor abroad aud will take In the Boy
leutlj music festival.
Mrs. Jean Davenport-Lander, of 40 Capitol
Hill, will spend tho summer at Swampseott,
Mass., au usual.
Senator and Mrs, Vanco aud Mr. Harry
Martin will go abroad tbo latter part of this
Next Saturday will be held the last of the
Saturday oveniug reunions of the National
Mrs. Mai tin and Miss Hattle Martin are
now located for the summer at 1743 Q street.
Mrs. S. II. Joseph, of New York, is visiting
her father, Capt. Busch, of 910 D street.
Dr. ArmBtead Peter, of Georgetown, is at
Tbo teceptlon last evening of Mr. and -Mrs.
T. F. Schneider lu their pretty new house at
17H0 Q street northwest was a line affair. The
house Is now mid tasteful in architecture
to begin with, aud the floral decora
tions added to the effect. Tho mantels
and chandelieis wero draped with ropes of
srnilax, while pots of hydrangeas aud other
blooming plants wero disposed about. On
tbo piano was an Immense basket of Ameri
can Beauty aud La France roses, a gift from
tho dhectors of the Rlggs Bank, aud a lovely
vase of choice roses besldo It. Mr. aud Mrs.
Schneider stood just within tho drawing-room
door. Mrs. Schneider wore her wedding
gown of Ivory-whito faille, and looked
very lovely. Besldo her stood Mrs. Schneider,
tho mother of tho groom, in black silk; Mrs.
William Schneider, noxt In lino, in pink
crepollnc; Mies Clara Schneider, in brocaded
pink; Miss Anna, In poppy-red Iudia isllk.
Miss Maud Schneider presided in tho dining
room and wore a palc-bluo crepo gown. The
dining table was a pretty combination
of taste and color. In tho centre was an oval
of American Beauty roses sot in maldcu hair
fern. Four streamers of white satin ribbon
wero pondant from the centre chandelier, and
extended to tho four corners of tho square
table. They wero twined with a rope of smi
lax. Silver candelabra with pink shades shed
a soft glow at cither ond of tho tablo. Salads.
Ices, creams, strawberries, bonbons, and
coffee were 6crved. On ono sldo of tho room
was a largo oak cabinet with tho bridal
presents, making a pretty display of
choice silver. There was a largo attendance
of guests, among them Mrs. Walter Wyvillo
and daughter, Colonel and Mrs. Tyler, Mrs.
Henry Willard, Mr. Harry Willard, Dr.
and Miss Acker, Mrs. and Miss Reed,
Mr. Martin, Mr. Parks, Mrs. and Miss Slnsa-
baugh, Mrs. ljyncu, Miss Jtuunumt, Mr. van
Wyok, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nute, Mr. and
Mrs. Baldwin, Mr. William Palmer and Mrs.
Palmer, Rev. Dr. Butler and his two sous, Mrs.
Butler, Miss Simpson, Mrs. Quick, Mrs. and
Miss Beverldge, Mrs. Freeman, Commissioner
Douglas, Mr. Briton aud daughter, Miss Soule,
Mr. and Mrs. Christie, Mrs. Dr. Launer and
Miss Schneider, cousins of tho groom; Major
and Mrs. Armes, Mr. and Mrs. Lotell, Air. and
Mrs. Sempken, and many otheis. A string
band was stationed in the upper hall and added
much to tho pleasures of tho hour. It is two
weeks since Mr. and Mrs. Schneider returned
from an extended wedding tour, and this
pretty house warming was a fitting ending of
tho journey so pleasantly begun.
Tbo New York-avenue Presbyterian
Church was tho scene of a pretty wedding on
Wednesday, at 7:30 P. M., when Miss Rosa
lind Burke Henderson and Mr. John G.
Hodges were united in marriage, the Rov.
Dr. Bartlett officiating. Tho chaucel was
tastefully decorated with palms, lilies, and
white lilacs. Tho ushers wero Mr. Arthur
Morsell, Mr. Lee Plchelynn, Mr. Will
Hodges, and Mr. William Hutchinson, tho
last named also acting as best man. The
bride was dressed in white India silk,
trimmed with handsome 6ilk laco, caucbt up
with white lilacs. Her hat was of the lace
and lilacs, and she carried a bouquet of the
same flowers. A reception to the relatives
only followed at the residence of tho bride's
brother-in-law, Mr. Frank Ourand. Tho pres
ents were numerous, useful, and handsome.
At 10 o'clock the bridal couple started on a
Northern trip of two weeks' duration, after
which they will bo at home to their many
friends at 040 New York avenue.
Mr. Percy L. Seufferle, a well-known young
business man of this clty, being connected
with the well-known firm of Jackson it Co.,
grocers, of 020 Pennsylvania avenue, and
Mrs. E. E. Parker wero married in Baltimore
on April 12, 1S01, by Rev. Dr. Ruddisill, of
tho North Eutaw-stre'et M. E. Church. It was
a great surprise to their numerous friends,
but "they have the best wishes of all who
know them. .
Senor Mendouca and family will spend tho
summor in the Adirondacks,whereheis build
ing a cottage.
Mrs. John Floyd Waggarnan, Mrs. C. C.
Cole, and Mrs. L. K. Camp have gone to At
Tho Misses Barber, of Georgetown, gave
ono of the charming teas of the week.
Miss Carrie Morgau, who spent tho winter
in St. Louis, is home again.
Ex-Governor Carroll's family will sail for
Europe late in tho month.
Mrs. McPherson expects to make a Eu
ropean trip later on.
Mrs. R. R. Hltt expects to go abroad soon.
AVit, "Wisdom, antl Planked Shad.
Tho members of tho District Bar occasion
ally give a planked shad excursion down tho
river in honor of the judges of tho Supreme
Court of tho District of Columbia and of the
Court of Claims aud tho Supreme Court of the
United States. Invitations have already been
issued for the enjoyable affair of this spring
season, it is announced, but the date has not
yet boon fixed. As a rrsual thing the invita
tions are widely accepted. A large contin
gent of the members of the Bar will act as es
cort to the learned judges, and duly ex
pound to them tho rules and regulations in
that case made and provided m regard to tho
inward truths of seine-hauling aud planked
shad baking. On those excursions tho grave,
dignified, and reverend judges unbend com
pletely, and aro as skittish and frolicsome as
colts lot out in a pasture. Wit, wisdom, and
anecdote flow in streams, and there is no one
who has once attended ono of theso reunions
but wishes to bo iuvlted to tbo next.
A Social Event.
Washington society is promised a social
event at Lincoln Hall on Tuesday evening,
May 5, when that charming opera, "The Pirates
of Penzance," will be rendered by the same
company as will render it to-morrow evening
in Baltimore for the benefit of the Day Nur
sery of that city. Tho object of the perform
ance In this city will be the Child's Hospital
of Washington and the Day Nursery of Balti
more. Tho company is a superb ono, as was
fully attested at the full-dress rehearsal held
at the Academy of Music in Baltimore on last
Friday afternoon, Tho company will come
over on a ppeclal tralu of tho B. and O. Rail
road. The managers of the two charities
promlso an unusually brilliant performance,
ana we fully believe it.
Our Superior l'ncilitie.s
Enable us to turn out the very best workmau
shlp and most perfect fit in our custom de
partment, and our stock of imported and
domestic fabrics have no equal as to variety
and completeness. Elseman Bros., 7th and E.
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The To-Kalon Wiuo Co. will ship in lots of
four or moro cases, without charge for pack
ing. Persons intending to leave the city for
the summer take notice.
Our Millinery Is distinguished for matchless
beauty and marvelous low prices.
Wo are forcing the season at ovcry point.
It's always possible if you dare the risk. Well,
wo are simply driving trade by the forco of
attractive pi ices and bears hard on Spring Mil
linery and Wraps.
So with a dozen other Hues.
A bovy of "brand new" styles to-day.
Perfectly chatming Hats at $4 and $3; Worth
0 and $8. Very lich and elegant styles at
$0.50, $8 and $10. Our Milliners pirt tho finest
materials and their best ideas into them.
Trimming to order goes on at a great rate
now. Good tasto and low charges make this
department famously successful
Flowers are tho favorite trimming. Tho
field and garden right over again here. Prices
aro assuredly reasonable.
A FLURttY IN RIBBONS.
Some of the handsomest French Ribbons
sacrificed to-day. Gold Spot Ribbons, all silk,
No. 40 Gauzo Ribbon at 30c. Regular prlco
200 pieces of Fancy Ribbons at 17c. a yard,
former price 37c.
A wonderful 6alo of Silk Velvet Ribbons at
18c, 22c. and 23c. Worth 3oc, 45c. and 50c.
OUR BARGAINS IN GLOVES.
THIRD GLOVE SALE.
Tho two special sales of Gloves we've already
had this season wero remarkable from four
causes quantity, quality, price, rapidity of
Of this third Glovo sale tho same shall be
said, and said louder, because this announce
ment shall bring to our counters new faces,
who Bhall join with tho familiar in telling
Washington how Gloves go with us.
Gloves for 70c. you aro paying $1 to $1.25
for. Suedo and Glace Kid, in 5 hook, for 97c.
Regular prices, $1.25 and $1.50.
Our White and Buff Chamois at 97c. Regu
lar price, $1.25.
MEDIUM PRICE GLOVES.
S-button Suedo Mousquetaires. Regular
price, SI. 75. For two days only, $1.25.
Finest Undressed Mousquetaires, $1.09.
Worth $2.25. Tho Best Foster, 7-hook Kid
Glove, $1.50. Worth $2.25.
ABOUT SPRING WRAPS.
WE MEAN BUSINESS.
Our 6tock of Ladies' Capes, Reefers, Blazers
and Wraps is too large.
We give tho benefit to tho public at once; it
must move, and prices without regard to cost
will do it.
One lot of Ladies' and Misses' Jackets to go
at $1.75, $2.29 and $4.29; worth $3.50, $5 and
About 75 elegant Blazers and Reefers in
Black, Navy or Tan, in broken sizes. All this
season's styles to go at $5 for your choice;
worth $7 to $10.
937 and 939 F ST. N. W.
Gas Fixtures and Lamps al Cost.
By reason of the large increase in our manu
facturing business we have determined to give
up our retail store, and for the next two
weeks offer the largo stock now in our store"
1315 F street northwest, to purchasers at cost
Schultz Gas Fixture and Art Metal
H. O. WARD, Manager.
Do You Hare Difficulty
A GOOD COFFEE?
IF SO, TKY
5- TRADE MAaigS JS
Guaranteed absolutely pure and highest grade
cultivated coffee, free from any mixture with
the rank and acid coffee grown on wild, un
cultivated land, which causes dizziness, indi
gestion, blliousuoss, etc.
Tho greatest pains, most skilled labor, and
latest Improved machinery are all employed
to mako this the Most Delicious Coffee in the
Sng-avs t"fc Cost.
W. H. COMBS,
Tea Dealer and Coffee Roaster,
SOLE AGENT REVERE STANDARD JAVA
924 NINTH STREET N. W., WASH., D. C.
Wo aro now making a specialty of
ABSOLUTELY PURE TEAS, COFFEES.
Also a full line of
FINE WHISKIES, WINES, and BRANDIES,
X'UI J.'UUlIljr UOG.
WM. F, OTOE.
Drink Ballantine'o Beer,
1112 F Street Northwest.
Telephone, 909-2. 423 Centre Market.
FINE ROSES AND CUr FLOWERS A
Greeurllouses, Anacostia, D. Q.
3 D lira U 3 W Eaa A7 W W B
(Successors to E. G. Davis.)
719 Market Space, Cor. Eighth .St.
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A Money-Saying' Chance Sel
dom Met With.
And wo do this thing right when this line of
good3 aro most in demand and when thoy arc
-MOST DESIRABLE. No doubt you navo
seen thoso elegant BLACK SILK GRENA
DINES that wo have boon showing this
spring. They aro tho most exclusive and
richest assortment of BLACK GRENADINES
IN THIS CITY. TO-MORROW MORNING
(MONDAY) we will mako a MOST EXTRA
ORDINARY REDUCTION in this entire lino
of coods. Note tho following MARK
24-inch POLKA SPOT ALL-SILK BLACK
GRENADINE. Regular price, $1.25;
MARKED DOWN to 89c. a yard.
24-inch ALL-SILK POLKA SPOT BLACK
GRENADINE. Regularprlce,$1.25; MARKED
DOWN to 78c. a yard.
24-inch POLKA SPOT ALL-SILK BLACK
GRENADINE. Regular price, $1.25; marked
down to 9Sc. a yard.
24-lnch MEXICAN MESH ALL-SLLK
GRENADINE, BLACK. Regular price, $2;
MARKED DOWN to $1.39 a yard.
24-inch HERNANI GRENADINE, ALL
SILK, with satin stripe. Regular price, $2;
MARKED DOWN to $1.39 a yard.
24-inch ALL-SILK CHECK GRENADINE,
BLACK. Regular price, $1.25; MARKED
DOWN to 98c. a yard.
24-inch CHECK GRENADINE, ALL-SILK,
BLACK. Regular price, $1.50: MARKED
24-inch ALL-SILK GRENADINE, with
Satin Stripe. Regular price, $1.25; MARKED
DOWN to 98c. a yard.
24-inch SURAH-STRIPED GRENADINE,
ALL-SILK, BLACK. Regular price, $1;
MARKED DOWN to 89c. a yard.
THESE GOODS WILL BE PLACED ON
SALE MONDAY MORNING.
0 BB I SlnllVlai V&ff W W I
(Successors to E. G. Davis.)
719 Market Space, Cor. Eighth St.
It Pays to go to
And Buy Your
Large Assortment of Goods
to Select from.
G, J. KEEN,
(REGI8TERED TRACE MARK.
OFFICE AND SALES-ROOM. NO. 014
FOURTEENTH STREET N. W.
Wines of Absolute Purity,
Direct from the Vineyard of H. W. CRABB,
Oakvlllo, Napa County, Cal., to our vaults,
TWENTY-SEVENTH AND K STREETS N.
W., WASHINGTON, D, C.
Special Attention given to tbo supply of
Private Cellars Furnished. Sweet Wines and
Brandies Furnished In Wood.
Telephone Call, 998-3. de23-ly6
We shall close our present store, 1009 Penn
sylvania avenue, on Tuesday and Wednesday
next, 5th and 0th of May, to enable us to move
our goods and arrange stock at our new store,
XS1 3P Stx-eei,,
Where we shall bo pleased to see all our
frieuds and customers on and after
TliTixvsclay., TXCcLy Q" '
M. W. BEVEKXDGKE,
1009 Pennsylvania Avenue,
IMPORTERS OF CHINA AND GLASS.
THE PALACE CAR
Is still runulng without WHEELS at 1110 E
street northwest, oiled with CUTTER WHIS
KIES. M. BARNETT.
SFECIAX HOTICE 2
The Champion Steam Laundry wishes to
announce to their customers and the public
that beginning March 2 wo will reduce plain
shirts to 10c. ; fancy shirts the usual price. It
is acknowledged by competent judges that in
point of excellence and ilnish. we have reached
the highest niche. Give us a trial. Our col
lar and cuff wotk is unexcelled.
Telephone call is 592-3, or write a card to
1442 Pennsylvania avenue.
Socks and Hose mended free of charge.
S. C. WALLACH,
John . Oissel,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. CISSEL,)
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
1 00 Cases of Genuine St. Julien
QUART BOTTLES, 40c. PINTS, 25c.
NEW BOUQUET CIGAR,
LONG FILLER. $1.50 PER BOX OF 50.
JOI-XN St. CIS8EL.
1014 SEVENTH STREET N. W. apl2-tf2
EDWAED F. B3BOOP,
935 Pcnna. Ave..
Calls Attention to His Large Stock of
CHASE &GABLEH, WHEELOCK, BRIGG3,
BEnNING, AND OTHER
STORY & CLARK ) OTtftATCS
CLOUGH & WARREN J VXiVTAll S5.
Sold on Installments, Exchanged, Rented,
Repaired, Tuned, Moved, and Stored.
Violins, Banjos, and Guitars.
Strings a Specialty.
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL MER
CHANDISE. At the Old Stand, 925 Penna. Ave.
Gents' Suits Scoured and Pressed, $1.
COATS, 50c. PANTS, 25c. VESTS, 25c.
ALTERING AND REPAIRING
3E&- -A.. Beeves,
814 K street northwest, (Under the Frederick.)