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Ono of the most fashionablo wedding events
of tlio season was tlio murrlapo of Mies Clara
Meigs Moado and Mr. Georgo Breed, of Brook
lyn, which took place on Tuesday at noon, In
St. John's Church. The altar and chancel
were effectively decorated with palms and
roses. Mr. Richard W. Meade, jr., Mr.
Francis X. Barr, of Pittsburg; Ensign F. W.
Meade, and Mr. 0. C. Billings were the ushers.
The bride was on the arm of her father, Cap
tain Richard W. Meade. She wore a hand
some gown of white bengallne, made princess
stylo. Her tulle veil was surrounded by a
wreath of orauge blossoms. She carried a
bouquet of bride's roses. The maid of honor,
Miss Annie Paulding Meade, wore a pretty
gown of white crepe and carried a bunch of
white chrysanthemums. Miss Mary Paulding
Meade and Mies Henrietta Meade, the two
bridesmaids, walked together, one in rose
pink crcpo and the other light blue crope.
Like the maid of honor, they wore large Leg
horn flats trimmed with white satin ribbons.
Mr. William C. Gordon, of Pittsburg, waited
on the groom as best man. The marriage ser
vice was read by Rev. Dr. Douglas. After the
ceremouy Captain and Mrs. Meade entertained
the bridal party and a small number of friends
at a handsome wedding breakfast at their resi
dence on Vermont avenue and L street. Mrs.
Meade was richly attired in purple satin. Mr.
and Mrs. Breed took an afternoon train for
Now York. After their weddinc journey they
will settle temporarily In Pittsburg, where Mr.
Breed is engaged in business as an electrician.
The First Congregational Church was
crowded to Its utmost capacity on Monday
evening on the occasion of the marriage of
Miss Florence Perry, daughter of Mr. Waldo
G. Perry, chief clerk of the Dead Letter Of
fice, and Mr. Appleton P. Clark, a prominent
young architect of this city. Rev. Dr. New
man was the officiating clergyman, assisted by
Rev. Dr. Chester. The bride, a handsome,
darU-eyed girl, looked lovely in her wedding
gown of white silk made very plainly, with
high neck and long sleeves. Her tulle veil
was held in place by sprays of orasge blos
soms, and she held a cluster of bridal roses.
Mi68 Letta Fisher, as maid of honor, walked
ahead of tho bridal pair, who entered the
church together, tho two officiating clergy
men and the uabers leading the way. Miss
Fisher wore sky-blue tulle, tho bodice rounded
out at tho neck and the sleeves short. Sho
carried Lu Franco roses. Tho ushers were
Messrs. A. A. Fisher, Gilbert A. Clark,
Dr. L. D. Wll6on, and George Fleming.
A reception to tho bridal party and Intimate
friends was fjiven after the ceremony at the
bride's home, 1410 Sixth street. At 10 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Perry took tho train for New
York, whence they sailed on AVednesday for
Liverpool. They will travel In France and
spend some weeks In Paris before returning
Ijcre early In January.
Among the promised attractions of tho
early winter will bo a course of lectures on
Italy and Italian art by Miss Anna Seaton
Schmidt. Tho lectures will be illustrated by
fine stereopticon views made especially from
photographs selected by Mies Schmidt while
abroad. They will include scenes typical of
tho life oLthe people, their costumes, and cere
monies, as well as views of places and objects
of interest. Genoa, Pisa, Turin, Naples,
Lorrento, the Island of Capri, Caslellamaro,
Pompeii, Rome, Bologna, Assist, Perugia,
Verona, Padua, Florence, Venice, and Milau
will be vhlted and tbelr choicest treasures in
architecture and art brought yiyidly beforo
tho oyo of the auditor. Art lovers will bo
especially interested in tho photographs of
tho most famous works of tho old masters, in
cluding a complete set of Raphael's Stanze,
in tho Vatican, his Sybils in tho church of
Santa Maria do la Pace, and all his easel
pictures now In Italy, also the Important
works of Michael Angelo In painting and
sculpturo, among them' tho Last Judgment
and tho colling of tho Slstlne Chapel, To
those who have traveled these lectures will
give tho delight of romlnlsconco, to thoso who
have not been so fortunate they will bo
equally fascinating In the glimpses they will
glvo of this land of poetry and beauty.
A 60U was born Monday in New York to
Mr. and Mrs. Hermau Oelrlcbs, tho latter
formerly Miss Theresa Alice Fair. Since tho
death of Mrs. Fair, hor youngest daughter,
Virginia Fair, makes hor homo In New York
with Mrs. Oelrlcbs at 453 Fifth avenue. Miss
Fair is yet in her teens, and it is calculated
that when she arrives at her mojprlty she will
bo the greatest of California heiresses. There
aro also suspicions that, like Miss Katherine
Drexel, Miss Vlrulnla Fair is inclined to look
upon a conventional life as "the better part"
and give herself and her wealth to the church.
Miss Clara Bingham Gaywoofi, nice of ex
Senator Bingham, and Mr. John Shepherd
Barker were unltod in marriage on Thursday
evening, at the homo of the bride's uncle, Mr,
Guy Moss, 711 Eighth street, Only a small
company wa6 invited to witness tho ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs, Barkerleft Immediately on their
wedding trip. When they roturn, they will
at bo homo to their friends at their residence
in Lo Droit ParK, after November 25.
Miss Agues Stevens, daughter of the late
Ezra Stevens, and Mr. Willard S. Campbell,
wero married Wednesday oveulng, at tho
homo of the bride's mother, 1410 N street. It
was ono of the prettiest house wcildlngs of tho
season. Tho drawing-rooms wero profusoly
decorated with palms and chrysanthemuns.
Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Bartlett. Tho brldo wore a gown of rich white
falllo trimmed with lacu; a beautiful diamond
brooch, presented by tho arooin, was tho only
ornament of this ologant bridal toilet. Mies
Stovons carried a bunch of cream and whlto
rosebuds. Miss Rosa Stovcni, the brldo's
sl6ter, was maid of honor. Sho was attired In
llRht bluo silk and chiffon. Mr. Oliver M.
Maxaui was best man. An elegant supper
was served after tho coremony. Amoug others
presont were tho Japanese Minister and suit
and MadamoTateno, tho Korean Minister and
Mrs. Ye, Mr. and Mrs. Willard BuoU. General
and Mrs, Williams. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood,
3IrApd Mrs. Matthew Trimble, Miss Marian
Trlttfcle, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. Snell, Miss Fannlo Sncll, Mrs. J. M.
McKinnoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. George Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Anderson, Mr. Charles Bates, Mr. George
Doollttle, Mr. Charles S. Jones, Mr. Stlrlatt,
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett. Mr. ami Mrs. Camp
bell are making a wedding trip to Niagara and
Tho marrlago of Mr. Joseph Shillinatton
and Miss Mary M. Acker was solemnized In tho
First Presbyterian , Church, on Wednesday
morning, at 11:30 o'clock, tho Rev. Dr. Suu
deiland olllclating. Tho ushers wero Mr.
Charles Edmonstou, Mr. Edwin Forrest, Mr.
R. Ford Coombs, Mr. Albert Sbllllngton, Mr.
Lewis Thompson, and Mr. Alfred J. Clarke.
Mr. Joseph Hudglns, of Baltimore, was best
mnn. Tho brldo was escorted to the chancel
by her brother, Mr. William Acker. She
wore a gown of plum-colored Bedford cord,
hat to match, and carried La Franco roses sot
in maiden hair ferns and tied with pink satin
ribbons. Among others present wero many
of tho legal associates of Mr. ShilltuRton, in
cluding Marshall Ransdell, Mr. A. A. Lips
comb, Mr. ThomaB Callan, Mr. Ward Mohun,
and Chief Clerk Dawson, of the Interior De
partment. There was no reception after tho
ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Shllllngton going
immediately to tho railroad station, where
they took tho New York train. Alter No
vember 18 they will be at homo to their
friends on "Wednesdays, at 210 E streer north
west. Mrs. Nina Sturgls McBride, who has peti
tioned for a divorce from her husband after a
couplo of years of matrimony, is now staying
at "West Point, N. Y., with her mother, tho
widow of General Samuel Sturgls, of tho
Mrs. B. Heller, of Duluth, Minn., is tho
guest of Mrs. I. Gans, of 705 Fifth street
northwest, who is also entortalntng MIbb
Florence Warixel, of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Pierce aro with Mrs.
Dahlgren at her Massachusetts avenue resi
dence. Mrs. Townshend and fMIss Madeline Town
shend are back from their European tour, and
have resumed their residence at tho Elsmero.
Miss Rachel Sherman's wedding will bo one
of tho notable social events of the early win
ter. Her marriage to Dr. Paul Thorndike will
tako place 6omotlmo In January the day not
having yet been sot. The ceremony will bo
performed by Miss Rachel's brother, Father
S. J., assisted by Father Van
Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln and her youngest
daughter, MIes Jessie Lincoln, aro spending
some weeks at Tours, Franco. Hon. Robert
T. Lincoln, accompanied by ono of the secre
taries of legation, is traveling on tho con
tinent. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Barbour arrived
home Saturday, October 31, after making a
tour on tho continent of Europe, and travel
ing through England and Ireland.
Miss Christine Hooker, of Evansville, Ind.,
is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Rlunt.
at the Ltnthicum place, "Tho Oaks," Road
Mr. Herman Oelrlcbs has ju6t become tho
owner of "Rose Villa," tho summer resi
dence of tho lato historian, Bancroft. Tho
cottago will bo demolished and in Its ploce
Mr. Oelrlcbs will build a superb mansion.
Mrs. Morton and tho Misses Morton re
turned to their Scott Circle residence on
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Q. Mills and Miss Fan
nie Mills aro at Wllllard's.
Tho Misses Cathelle, of Baltimore, are
guests of Miss Mazlo Martin.
Mrs. Charles W, Blackwood will receive In
formally on Fridays at No. 1400 Tblrty-thlrd
Miss Charlotte C. Bognn, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Bogan, will be married on Wednes
dy evening, at tho Assembly Presbyterian
Church, to Mr. Walter G. Faring.
Mi6s Annlo Blackford has returned from a
visit to Now York.
Mr. Noryard Sutherland, chief of Popula
tion Division, Census Office, has leased house
No. 417 Second street northwest for tho
The Misses Hattlo and Edsth James are
spending November In South Carolina.
Miss Bettlo Henry's engagement to ex-Congressman
Hemphill, of South Carolina, has
just been announced,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. King and Mrs. Wallach
and family aro in their new home. 243 Dela
ware avenue, where they will be glad to see
their friends. Mrs. S, J, King is at homo on
Rev. Frank "Williams, of Georgetown, was
married on Thursday to Miss Mary Wallace,
of Chesapeake City, Md. Tho ceremony was
performed by tho groom's father, Rev. T. S.
Williams, In tho Chesapeake City Presby torlau
Church. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are now In
Mrs. F. G, Smith, of Brooklyn, Is tho guest
of Mr. aud Mrs. Van Wickleat their residence
on Q street.
Tho marrlago of Miss Winnie Cahill,
daughter of tho late Captain Cahill, of tho
Army, to Mr. Harry Given, of Pennsylvania,
will take place on Tuesday.
The mairlago of Miss Mollle Byrne and Mr.
D. I. Murphy, which was reported just a llttlo
previously in these columns, took place
Wednesday morning in St. Aloysius Church,
beforo a largo assemblage of friends of tho
popular couple. Father Gillespie, S. J., offi
ciated. Tho sanctuary was filled with priests
interested In witnessing tho marriage cere
mony of tho charming soprano of St. Aloysius
choir. Miss Byrne woro a handsome gown of
old-rose broadcloth, elaborately trimmed with
velvet and jet, with hat to correspond. Her
bouquet was o cluster of Marechal Neil roses.
Tho brldo and groom walked up tho alslo to
gether. Messrs. John Konna and Charles
Murphy, nephews of tho groom, served as
ushers. Tho two acolytes who waited on tho
officiating priest, were tho young sons of tho
groom. Miss Byrno was tho recipient of
many handsomo presents. Tho choir of St.
Aloysius, whoso fame sho has so well sus
tained, presented her with a set of 6llver and
a set of china. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy went
direct from tho church to the depot, where
they took tho train for Now York. They will
return lato in tho week, ond after November
15 will bo at homo at tho now residence, 403
In St. Patrick's Church, on Wednesday,
Miss Olllo C. Marr, of this city and Mr. WU
hclm H. Forrester, of Illinois, wero united in
the holy bonds of matrimony by Rov. Father
McGoe. Tho ceremony took pluco In front of
tho high niter which wob hrllliautly lighted
and dressed with llowcrs. Tho bride woro a
beautiful costumo of dove colored falllo trim
med with velvet; hat to match; and her
boquetwus composed of La Franco roses
hold together with broad pink satin ribbon.
Tho church was filled with relatives and
friends of tho high contracting parties. Mr.
and Mrs. Forrester will receive their friends
to-day from 5 to 8 p. m., at COS Sixth street.
The marrlago of Mr. Ellbha Dyor and Mra.
Donnell Swan took place Thursday, in All
Saints' Chapel, Newport. This'ovont wound
up the fashionable season there. The cere
mony was performed by Bishop Claik, of
Rhode Island, who, for "this occasion only,"
put aside his conscientious scruples against
officiating at tho marriage of a divorced per
son. Tho brldo is tho lucky possessor of an
income of $80,000, with prospects of inheriting
nearly as much more. Mr. Dyer and Mrs.
Swan walked up tho aisle together, accom
panied by Mr. .Dyer's brother. Mr. Robert
Hayone was ono of tho ushers. Mr. and Mrs.
Dyer will spend tho winter in Paris.
Mrs. Rose Gouveneur Hooes, wife of
Chaplain Hooes, of tho Navy, is spending
tho autumn in Honolulu, ner two children
are with her.
Mrs. S.L. Twlges will shortly go to Birming
ham, Ga., to visit her daughter, whose mar
riage recently took place In this city.
Miss Kelton, accompanied by her English
cousin, Miss Knowles, has gone to Fort
Leavenworth to visit Mrs. Captain Cushlng.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Tompkins, of 182 C
street noitheast will bo at home on Tuesdays
and Fridays throughout November from 1 to
10 p. m.
Miss Maggie A. Quackenbush and Mr. Wil
liam E. A. McShea wero quietly married on
Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at tho homo of
the bride on High street, Georgetown. Rev.
Dr. Tongue performed tho ceremony. On tho
return of Mr. and Mrs. McShea from their
bridal trip they will bo at home to their
friends after November 15, at 3141 Dumbar
The marriage of Miss Anna M. Morell and
Mr. Charles F. Cross, of the Signal Corps,
took place on Tuesday. Rev. Father Sullivan,
of St. Peter's, officiated. There was a reception
afterward at tho residence of Mrs. Dora
Morell, mother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Cross are now In Milwaukee, which will bo
their future home.
Tho Misses Estelle and May Huyck, of I
street, who were great belles last season at
Narragansett Pier, are now visiting Mrs.
William Whelan, at Torresdale, Pa., where
they took part in Miss Rosalie Brown's barn
danco All Halloween.
Mrs. Dolph Is at homo on Mondays from 5
to G o'clock during tho present month.
Mr. W. C. Pullman was married Tuesday
week In Chicago to Miss Allan Pinkerton.
After tho church ceremony there was a fine
reception held at the residence of Mr. W. A.
The engagement has been announced of Mr.
William B. T. Keyser, eon of the lato B. N.
Keyser, of this city, to Mies Arethusa
Murphey, of Chicago.
Dr. and Mrs. Van Vliet and Mrs. Colonel
Fred Van Vllet are guests of General and
Mrs. Van Vlietjit tholr winter homo on Fif
Mr. de Struve, tho Russian Minister to tho
United States, who spent tho summer in Rus
sia with hlschlldren, will return to the Lega
tion here some time during tho.prcsent month.
Chevalier de Kralle, Chancellor of tho Aus
trian Legation, has been transferred to Lon
don. With Madamo do Kralle and their little
daughter, Miss Emllle, ho will sail for New
York on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Conner, of 507 Rhode
Island avenue, have Issued cards for the cele
bration of their golden wedding, on Tuesday.
Mrs. Lamar has returned to her residence on
Massachusetts avenue from tho Whlto Moun
tains, where sho spends tho latter part of each
summer In order'to get relief from hoy feer.
On Tuesday will occur the wedding of Miss
Frlda Kondrup and E. H. Tillman, of tho
General William Blrnoy and Miss Mattle
Aehby will bo united in marriage at Culpepor,
Va., on Tuesday,
Cards havo beon Issued for tho marrlago of
Mr. W. P. Holmes, of Baltimore and Miss
Marlon Lo Civaller, of Alexandria, on Mon
day evening, November 23, at Christ Church,
Cards are out for the marrlago of Miss
Bessie H. Smoot nud Mr, L. C, Barley, both of
Alexandria, on Wednesday, November 18,
at St. Paul's Church, Alexandria.
Tho Alexandria Musical Association gave
their initial entertainmout of tho season on
Friday evening, at their hall on King street.
Dr. McParlln, of the Army, and tho Misses
McParlin have given up their apartments at
the Elsmero, and are housekeeping in the
Mrs. Huldah W. Blackford has issued cards
vfor the marrlago of her daughter, Anna
ualnes, and Mr. lienry rollay Roberts, on
Wednesday, November 18, at 12 o'clock, in
tho West Street Presbyterian Church. There
will bo a reception at tho bride's hpmo from
12:80 to 2 o'clock,
Mrs. Commodore Badger, who has been
qulto ill, is slowly Improving,
Mrs. Bradley, of tho Pension Office, has re
turned from a visit to Connecticut.
Miss Annlo Parson, who has been visiting In
New York for some tlmo, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of 1327 N street,
celebrated tho twenty-fifth anniversary of
their marrlago on Monday evening last at
their home. They received many beautiful
gifts. A largo company of friends woro pres
ent and cnjo3?od dancing and supper. Among
the nuests wero Governor aud Mrs. Thomas
Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B, WUHums,
tho Misses Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pear
eon, Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, Mr.
ond Mrs. William Selby, Master Harry Selby,
Mr. ond Mrs. W. F. Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Knlebt, the Misses Knight, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Carver, tho Misses Carver, Mr.
and Mrs. John Hadley Doyle, MIsa Collins,
Miss Isabel Collins, Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Thompson, Air. and Mrs. Charles Gibbons,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lonnon, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Cook. Mr. and Mrs. William Mayfiold, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Williams, Rov. and Mrs. Scott
Hersey, Mrs. Reed and son, Mrs. Henley, Mrs.
Crult, Misses Demor, Mr. I. G. Thompson,
Mr. Charles Selby, Miss M. Klopper, and Mr.
S. Oden Scott. " '
At the parsonage of Christ Church, George
town. Thursday evening, Rov. Dr. Albert R.
Stuart united In tho bonds of wedlock Miss
Clara Goszler. daughter of tho late James
Goszlor, and Mr. D, P. Rowell, of Now Enc
land, but at present holding a position in tho
Government service. Tho parsonage drawing
room was prettily decked with blowers In
honor of the nuptials. Miss Goszlcr was at
tired In a stylish traveling costumo of may
Bedford cord with toqao and gloves of the
somo color. She held a bunch of bride roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowell left on tho evening of
their marriage for a trip North. On their re
turn they will live at 114 Massachusetts ave
nue, in the new house just built bv Mr.
Rowell In anticipation of his marrlago. " They
will bo at homo to their friends after tho 20th
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bai her have had with
them during the week Sir William Robinson,
recently appointed governor of Hong Kong;
Lady Robinson, and Miss Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Cabell hnve Issued cards for a
reception to tho clergy and laity attendant
upon the congress of the Episcopal Chuich,
November 17, from 4 to 7 p. in.
Representative McKlnney, of New Hamp
shire, has taken the house, 1213 Rhode Islnud
avenue, for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Small have returned
from their bridal trip, and are keeping house
at 1210 New York avenue.
Mies R. n. Walworth, daughter of Mrs.
Ellen Hardin Walworth, has sufficiently re
covered from her recent illness to resume her
duties in the Patent Office.
Mies Annie S. Pauon, of tho First Comp
troller's Office, has returned from a visit to re
latives in New York.
Mr6. Heiner, of Pittsburg, is in the city for
tho winter as the cuest of Mrs. Helen Slay
maker Heiner, widow of C-'ptnin Robert
Heiner, late of the Twelfth United States In
fantry. MI68 Susin Payne, daughter of tho lato Dr.
Payne, of St. John's Church, has taken apart
ments for tho winter at 20 Lafayette Place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stevens and family
aro getting settled in their new house on
Sixteenth streot. This mansion 16 ono of tho
most elegant of the many nandsomo houses re
cently erected In the northwest.
Tho marriage of Mi6s Csnstance Lodge
and Mr. Gardner will tako place in December.
' A dancing paity to their ladylricnds will
be given at McCauley's Hall, on Friday even
ing next, by the Capitol Hill members of the
National Fencibles, under the direction of
Lieutenants Lee B. Mosher and W. W. Mor
timer, Corporal J. G. Stelle, Privates Geo. S.
Hamlin, Carl Graff, and Enos Newman.
Mrs. John Amadee Walsh, who spent last
season at tho Arlington, has cone to Aehville,
N. C, with her eldest son.
Miss Eliza McCormlck, daughter of Com
mander McCormick, of the Navy, is visiting
her cousin, Miss Mary Howard, in this city.
Mrs. R. S. MacKan, of Portsmouth, Va.,
alter spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Stewart, 2202 Thirteenth street, returned to
hor homo yesterday.
W. M. McConhie, of the Interior Depart
ment, left yesterday for Vincennes, Inch, to
spend a month. Mrs. McConhie preceded him
somo time ago.
Mrs. Pierce, of Commonwealth avenue, Bos
ton, and her handsomo and highly accom
plished daughter, Mi6s Elizabeth Pierce, will
spend the season in thl3 city.
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Brown are settled for
tho season at 1300 Seventeenth street, tho
former residence of Mr. and Mrs. Whittomore,
who aro now In Europe.
Miss Grace Townsend, of Dansvllle, N. Y.,
16 visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Trembly, of
South Carolina avenue.
Mrs. Marshton, of Mobile, Ala., will spend
tho winter at tho Windsor.
Miss May E. Thomas, of the Department of
Justice, is in Philadelphia under the treatment
of a distinguished oculist. Ml68 Thomas has
suffered for some tlmo with eyo trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McFarlapd and Mr.
Louis McFarland Intend wintering in South
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Bullls, of Now York,
are in Washington for tho winter, at 1009
Thirteenth street. Miss Orra Bullls is a pupil
at tho Mount Vernon Seminary.
Mrs. Schofleld and Mrs. Andrews will re
ceive on Tuesdays after 4 o'clock during No
vember and December.
Mr. ond Mrs. Edmund J. Duvall havo Issued
cards for tho rarrrlago of tholr daughter,
Maudo Bain, and Mr. W. E. Crist, on Wednes
day evening, November 19, at 8;30 o'clock, at
tho Church of tho Incarnation.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Howott havo Issued
cards for tho fifth anniversary of their mar
riage, Thursday evening, November 10.
Miss Annlo Meade Randolph Leo has re
turned from a visit in Virginia.
Mile. Lucie S, Klotz is back from Paris, and
is settled at 1018 H street.
Mrs. Isabel McBrldo Palmer, the flnancee of
Mr, Marshall Cushlng, private secretary to tho
Postmaster General, Is visitliig herunclo, Hon.
George McBride, of Salem, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Loiter and family returned on
Wednesday to their residence, tho Blaine
Mansion, on P street, which they havo not oc
cupied since tho fire from which It suffered on
last Now Year's day.
Secretary, Mrs. and Ml6s Foster aro enjoy
ing "all the comforts of a homo" in their now
abode on Vermont avenue.
Mrs, Goorgo B, Loring is in the city for a
Miss Walton is as 1510 H 6treet.
A New IjGae.0 of Life.
The aged and wealthy declare that after
using Speer'B Wines they feel like younger
beings, having their systems renovated with
this pure strengthening wine, made by Alfred
Speer, of Passaic, N . JT For sale by druggist.
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