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)) PART II. TENTH YEAK. GHAND KAPIDS. 3IIC1L. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7. 1C9-1. -.nu:.!UKh:kkl S w K -f i.BWi.Owi!.-' wtj A Th ,-THn. OJio PEN ALL NOV KNOW Stcrie About Mert Who Are Making Current Hiitory. C RES HAM'S DEUOCIMTIC WAYS X Crtat Uia 17 ho Lost His Acsarica. la th Amtan o; XIr. 1UA4U a lUmlctlts, IHirlBg th Ioqj extra aeaaien of aougr, ba silver alone tiled tb tula-la ei lUUtBMB, th only ntabr ct th eaktnat who rut mocit of a fig trr la tha eye of tha publto wa iko retary Carlisle, Bat wrhen he had ta disposed of. for ft time at any rat, end Hawaii became the theme of sliscassLon. HcrUkTj Greshara earn to tha frost, and be U tM tSrre. Ai ttuwj he really played a very Impor tant part In th great silver contest, th fact wa not generally kaami and hie letter to the preiideat recoranjctvl Ing the restoration of the amiable epieen signal ued hU first real appear ance upou tha stag of action. Mean hUe "the judge, La U familiarly called La WavhiogUn, had been at tending strictly to bunea ami stor In; away ammunition for the battle whleh he knew was Inevitable. 1 The t!rt thlrg JjKlg liresham d-1 vha he arrived la Washington u to abc4h all ceremony, lie horrlfled Hie attendant bjr direct irj that the door la to hi room fmm the corridor be left open and the passage kept c tear .so that anjt-Jj who wanted to c him roui-i wall: right (a a they do out west, lie etablUhed himself In at a hif desk ia the middle of the room la jlain view from the corridor, and an casual visitor who flt Incline! to drcn la and say how-dye-do to the tint member of the cabinet had no difd cult j in gratifying hi wiH. hlt.ee the weather ha become colder the dfr ha been kept closed, but In all other respect entrance to the Mere tary niu U obtilnrt at eisilj cs r. Nwr U be er pot oat bj callrra at hi room la the Arlir.U'X Iturto the hut ommLT mnths when at neither of th?e two plare. thr e-cr-tary c-vaM aa!l be found seated on a bench la Lafayette acar mokio a eisfar. stiKlyin th$ finest collect io a of tree in America. U'U-ctnjr to the birds and talking to anybody who hap pened t- eoroe alot. One night hcttly after the flnt e.x tra aeanion eoareued. while the wires and daughter were still at the sumracf resort aod the men were bli jxl te roogTejfate by thrraselT? and gr sticb amnsevicnt as they ccmM. tbe jndc wii sealed In a big leather chair ia the oCko of the Arlington. It was rr)c axrtA4 it LArkitrtrx sjCAni, i i nearly midnight and mot of the ttrnf gr ha-l r-ttimeil to -the hot'L lrowel sruntl the srrrtary, all mok iof and trying to think up tfxxxl thlr. t. t, were sTcral of t!u New Yrk couJr',fpen Fitch. Dvophy, Tracer and Ki!y-o?ntr;icr Uke!v Assistant l?ovt!r.ter ;rrl Jonct and hV.f . 'Vum cvre pnMic servant kn.t niwritr rrvn. Trier ' ha J 4ut f5"iw l rra iltix wrn letter from Ms crti jras f ir tSr imtjvmrnt of the .irrrtlcd mol?l'!e when in rushed a i r-pirtrr -sMth a t'rjrum 5n hi hriL U wa l-kinjr t"? Jade rehani. saw Si n ati wsiked over t the grov. "Mr. ecretary.' h aU. Mwe have Jt rerld a pr-M d!pteh from JU ton tltat (lierr ha rrijrnd ad I want to rKd ut If it Is try." Now, f.v appre'!ai this sVry. the rslr mi-t nri'ertrd that irshain didn't like Qamey. He did not fivor fie tUiSfer of eoeiaal t stiake a R4-nin holidsr to Nrf'.n wlth ant! he was p.wtrf to prevent It while Qnlrjry r"mifted aUtant secretary of svte. Nit'tr dii he. like QIncy per sinil!y Mr. Ure;jat t rMnt'lly a comaonib'e taaa sr.d Mr. CiLacy la entlally the rvrr. Fjvh knew from the momeat of their Art meettrf that thry eonld not f et alongr wetl V rthr aad neither took tbe troukte to make the attempt. j "So b ha re!ned at last, has heT sai l tk J'ulr with a front, j Thst i what the dispatchj aaya." -WU I don't believe it. jQaiaryU a-) one of the retlTntn kin.l. A man who has as sharp a a eye for3re as he hs Uo't to let fo of the one he hj'. i himself.- ! "Tka I cau say yon know nothlef fit" j "Ya, that what ym raa ay atil pn c?n say t don't believe It either. If p wtai U It's tv f'wl hr betra. Harry fThita. wV hel 1 tbe deiraMe post of wrretary of leretka la Ludoa ihrh thee a JmiatatraCiorta and ans'sl, t the pi??arT UrsriAjr o ( onfree.ciao Cr Neill. of Maaeaehasett, be "flad three." still rematn en AmeriMsn aoil. although he haw been taJ,r f'H s.mdayaf sa.Ulnr r tim his ritfhtfal position q thevaa of Ertir'.iU eltr,; lie wn4loabte!ry pw, when he r-tnm-xl V thla etwirt trr. to be able V persuade the admin trstkn to rrcbd the order that h r-.-it, n spfa'e-l promptly r th prteut iaa-jene which kept Mia Ir o5' triurfH Mrt Cleveland's preefo'tf alnirtrtin aa-i the infuenee wa "jt as prrenptlt erertedj bnt, t th etrTTi of V-th Mr. Wte nl Ms backer, it jrrovet ntterly erav.iJr?. gigeywrr m AsihstsVir F?fri'S f m'&ii.--xx&3 iP 4 Uta Mzw bj t "V 1 tock pt ia hand to write a letter of tsuratuIaliuD. Hat h was imI aatia Cad wlta a ware exrecxioa of food will a&4 forthwita Waa to five ad tioa, Ua r-ted ollr. tajard that it woald be very snuh to his ad ran Ufa to take house at acme dittaore frota the lefmtioa to that km aaiyht be free froea tha Unportaaitiaa of Aoericaa vUitora. 11 r. White's aerriosa would prutaaly hare been dUpenaed with o- th4 strength of oocasMa report, bat whatever doubt may have eaisted wat removed by thla letter. ' It was pro positive of the truth f all the charfta that had been made afalast him. Mr. lUysrd wa particularly Indignant that hUewn AmeriranUza should be ques tioned area by Implication, and he promptly submitted the letter to l!r. Cleveland with eocunent of soluble vlor. The president fully Indorsed all that the aatbaeaador had to say and from that moment no earthly power could have saved Mr. White from de capitation. ' 1 . lie feels, however, that he hoe made auficlent Impression upon English so ety to warrant his return to stand upon his merlU as an Indivldttol. and has taken a house In Leaden, where, daring the comlnf season, It Ua&snred, he will be at home to all exocpt Amer leans. A short time a;o a brief cable div patch rvcordeil the fset that James (knlon Bennett had arrive' 1 at Monte Carlo, Thla wa a alBil to every care ful reari.'ir'of newspaper that a very tJiort tltt" would eUpe bofore the Ilerald would' coot rla a more or less the encsmssT istHiRtcs rtm astqas sapor a tETTER. lntereatlnjr letter fmm that nndcnUbly Interestlnf place. Mr, Her.nett Is the only American whom Fa rope knows. He has Jived so Ion? abroad and (riven so marry d?ll'htfnl evidences of , his eccentricities at every resort on the continent thst Ms ntrae U nearly as familiar aa tiladntone or ChnrchilL ; He U ttnlrcrsaHy regarded aa tho word perfect typo of the rich and liberal American. j It h onjy Qttin, therefore, that he should show his appreciation of the at tentiona showered upon him in fcome way peculiarly Ms own. Smo times he dos this by merely verifying hU well-earned reputation forarcry lar Uli and somewhat careless ue of money. This, as I happen to know, for f waa there at the t!me wot. hl method when he was in Monte ('aria laAt wintr. He knevr, of course, fur it waa apparent even to a caul vUitor, that he u-oaa more completions figure ' than anyoce of the many duUes, or princes, who were there. II 9 khMr, also, that one' gTetnr iu Monte Carlo i-i meaarcd by the iize of his beta. Mr. Dennett has not now.', and tiever had, any pa? ion for tho tram . Mlaj fable, but he doe like to main tain his fame and popularity. So he b-t freelit folly expecting and perfect ly willing to loe a few thouand dol lar for the satisfaction of the commu nity. Jtnt the perverse fates ruled otherwise aud the more recklessly he bet the more tmrvlyhe won. When the time came for closing he was twenty f.mr thousaod franc ahcid of the rtme. This rnlt wa ao contrary to hi ex pectation that he delayed hi depar ture for a dsy t" ;f!r the bank an other chance. Kut the lucly star pur sued him even more pcrLtently on the sexod niifht t!in on the flrt. He played with the utmost carelenneKS on several tablet at the same tl;ne, ro lyinj wholly upon the croupi' r to furd hi fold and manifestiajr nut the slightest concern re?ardin4r either their honesty or the result. Again th time came to cloe, and Mr. Itenaett found, upon fathering op hlsvsrioos flles of thcuiand franc note and oiis dvr, that he! had won a trifle mere than sixty thousand franes. Ha urn. rajcxTTT ms m ba-tk ATTrta CSAXCX. was even mora astonished tKan the avwaer of th hnhdred hnnfry eyea thathAd been watuhinar him and really wasted to jrite the bank still another chance, but. harinf demonstrated his wlllinjrnr- while amonf Coaam to do as tho Romans do, he did not feel pBtind ia delay la; his departut lotter. j It waa evident, however, that he vraa not citefftthef diatttiflel with hi ex perVnca because the letter which In variably appear In both the Paria and New York Heralds from anyplace, Woweerr smsll, soon after Mr. Dennett isita It, referred most pleaaaatly to the attractku of the Casino. I O. B M. Uaittt. lira. Na wife What would you nf feat that we hare fne dinner, loeey.be atde thai plei I'm (roinf to maker Mr. Nnwifej (saddeaed by experience) A kit of mlnier's totda. Ckicafo News. Urn AeeewwtassT fee TasSsa Airy brents tv ma thU etfar ha fpnfT. puff) a metallic taste. Archie Likely j enonrh. ft look Lk a nirket elcar.CWeafti Tribune. A Try Uf Heat Charlie Oh. I'm drlfnllf hunjrryl t IWieve I oiuM tat my own head. Clara If yn'rei o hn!jry, I should thiak ya would want sornetuinif sub at aaUai. Truth. GOSSIP OF GOTHAM That War for the Crckef Succ lion in Timminy. ASTOR'S STnAIMEO RELATIONS TheTour Uuudrod and lb I'oem toy3 XcW Yrt Tottering 02ce naUduis, The bluest Llnd of a deal 1 now to la? arrangrii smoujr tho Tammany leader, one of tbie object of wMch Is the political undo ing of (Jot. Ro well 1. Flower. At the coming election, that is, next Novcm- ber. there will be unlimited opport unit let for 'cuttJaff V - ... ROMTtErtL r. rt.owKR. and nnuHrf. Henca Tsmrcany will find thoworUoll pnlllr their city ticket thronch much easier provUhd the state nominees are not very good. T'e prcseut plan I for the Tcmrr.anyit? to lcfomc enthusias tic over Flower1, ' to e;oue hia cause and to land hi civifl rlrtae, with an idea of wral-.eni.n.T him with an influ ential taction of the state democracy, Havir.T thus concentrated Tammany opposition upon one matt, It Is pro povd to prt Ollroy or tomo other rf-rnlar'; IJlvJ!n-,!on ths local tichct and carry Mm thror.yh by ahecr tra4-Inf.- For nichrrd Crcl:er Is by no mean Misd to Iho pronUIn poRsibll Itic of a aimulUccous election of a state, municipal and national field of candidates. Got. Flower Is thus in the position of bclrttf supported1 by nn clement which U larprcly oppofcod to him. It is no new thntr for Tammany racfrcm to adopt thl pjlicy. With rarj atlroit cess they utilise their very unpopular ity. Thl MachlavolKn profundity of method originated la tbe brain of Thomas F. Cllror. Hdlf the time it is Impossible to dlrjno Tammany 'a real intention, ro subtle Is it apparent op position and ao potent its counterfeit hatred of candidate for whom the ma chiue work in tccrct. 8shtrrsnra ITsr. Richard Cro!ccr will not reslgrn his position in Tammany until he can cnooao Jils own successor. That aucceor will not bo Janes J. Martin, f-nt police commis sioner, nor Hen- ry D. Ptarroy. Thcvj two men kser nothlnfrof the ' lato I o n jr interview' with J. J. - MAGTUr. Crokcr nntll it exploited In print. Dnt before the typewritten copies of that doenment were distributed for publication Mayoi Gilroy went cnrefully over it and crossed cut in ink cvcrythlnff about a "central power," the preat loomerang of the intcrrict.." Dut Mr. Crokei would not crn;cnt to that mutilation, for he consider it the sti-onjr point ol Li manifesto. Th rca.vn he. vaRt emphatic In r fnin to reiiro we. the dread of Mar tin's power. Thi Martin l;n Won very fhrcwd In rerruiriny prcat wealth unotcntationly In Croker's shallow, a. it tverc. That element In Tammany which f-eervtly oppose Crokcr auiiiater with Martin. Mar.y New Yorker won der why Crolter, of all the cache ms, I a tarpet for attrch. The other have profited as much a ho he ltote. Mar tin, the police commiv.ioucr. I. charged with lvinj a millionaire. Net so lonj? nsro he drove a street car. This -ea!th to-day ia in a brown tore mansion, hore and carrfss'es, stock In railway companies and all that. tYoker'a idea of introducing business" men Into the orier wa put into Iris heal by somebody as a blow at Martin's growing- power. rtkllaetareple f lat Men. The money raised in New York's "stsell" club for the relief of auffereni xrom ucfUTniioii r. , , . , averrlarre kum S. A:?? The mecaberf.f the I'nlon, the K n Ic lzerliuclter ami the other fashionable lounging place have been very liberal indeed. At the Knicker bocker one nicht ou.t a an OKNRBora. a youth who i whlely known as rapid came in with a. story of the suffering he had seen, and emptied hi pockets of all their cash and heapr'd the sum on a billiard table. lrtantly every man pre-?nt Wyan p::ll:njr ovit green backs and rold. makinjr, al mwt In a twinkling, a pile that reached an lmpoirtr total. Then the question aeosa ftA to bow the money should be donated, and it was finally concluded to fle it anonymously to a relief fund for the Fast side unem ployed, and thla wa done. The dona tion reached several hundred dollar. Other clnbs have been equally liber al. If the name of all such contribu tor were published it would be found that the most fashionable men in New York hare been nnpreeedentedly liber al when liberality mean much, for tb now raaishlnf hard time have pinched the Four liandred aa much aa anybody. Tetteetaff ArrkHeetee. It Is rather Inconvenient to be a ten ant in some odea buildiar or other anl hate your vTCIT "Fted by the edlfloe collar- lecf into t ha street Yet this Is leoovniri n nneomtnon t hlnif in 5ew YiW. NrrlKw ia iwt nearly so lad ia this respect aa US 1 I M If m 'mm are some other cities, especially abroad. London ha Ion; ba subject to di trrlnx aecidenta of this Eat ore, to kave I Wis aad DerUn. . In Kew Ycck great car is taken to Inspect the con struction of new buildings. The foun dations are required to be very oli4 and the walla must be stroe j and trm- ThU I the result of eEcleacy In a city de partment. For the men who rula the municipality take peculiar delight In keepinjr the general community cp to a hiffh standard of pablte virtue. The Tammany ti?er will not permit mere outsider to bo dlwhonest, what ever the beatr may permit ltelf to do. Hence tho Tammany relief cuinialttees, which are now jro!n? fnm tenenu-nt to tenement, cot only carle?- fr tha destltuto iomate. but cxamininf the build in ea 4hemelre, that they. may not take a larjr cohstitnency by aur prie an l fall In ruin aom rvenlnff. So, while buildings eoutinne to col-lapr-o row and then, ihe casualties of this sort aro'dhnlrfUhlejr, and New York city will protably crao to sufTer from them entirely befor lony. Tike Astoe IvtslHl. Mr. and , Mr. John Jacob Ador con tinue to leave their avrn private resi dence In New York entirely to their neTTanta, while they them eelve a, with their little boy. live at! No.SU Fifth av enue, not far from Russell H&ge'l home. , Thus the most extensive owner of house in all me a (Ton Borrs. Gotham live himself in ft modest structure which he lca.e, Mr. Astor ha made a stu jy of domestic archi tecture and U thinking of putting cp an entirely new homo for himself. It will bn a modest affair, but comfort ablo, of course. .The diQculty aeem to be In gettin; a location, for all tha pood site are cither occupied or held at too h! jh a price. : , Many person wonder why the younjr couple do not occupy the still deserted inanition of William Waldorf As tor, but the truth is that tlir relations now sub sisting between the main branches of thi great American family are not particularly cordial. To do John Jacob Astor credit, he la a patriotic younjr fellow, open and' democratic in his war and a profound admirer of hi country's institution. He . I not pleased that his near kinsman sneers at the (Treat republic by implication in print and ha so expressed himself. It haa become an open secret that William Waldorf Astor 1 displeased at hU cousin's displeasure. Atl About One Weed. There was a hot debate at the Union club the other evening as to whether M Chatfield Tajlor, of - Chi cao, pronoun ce tho hyphen in his name, and, 1 f h dooa, whether be uwd suck an expres sion aa 'effen the floor at a recent balL Mr. Frederick Geb- ciiATnr.Li-TATLOR. hard entered in the thick pf it, and wa at onco ap pealed to, but he was compelled to ad rait that ho wa not competent to set tle the dispute, not baring tho fact in the case. Finally it wa declared that the eminent yocajjChicagoani coming to New York shortly, and be can an ttter for himself. If Mr. Taylor docs com he will be warmly welcomed by a large contingent, which can never lt p-ruaded thai "offen" ia in his voeribularly. ' , The truth wrms to bo that New Yorker in society do not like the way Chicagoan have of coming here and civallif.hing an aristocrr.ltc prestige, The V.'ndy City's wealthy belle al ways nvet with immense ucccss bmong the marriageable nclon of the Four Hundred in New York, greatly to the tlivgustof Gotham dowagrrs. Thy can now yympath'ue with Uuropean maiamn.i in a similar r late of mind on the subject of American beauties. This vhi' of the matters well known, and hence the general unwillingness to be lieve that Mr. Chatflcld-Taylor ever told anyone to got "oflcn the fioor. Davw WccnsLia. larffrrtnsL In conn try place where amusement is not abundant and people , depend upon each other for diversion, neigh borly familiarity naturally flourishes, and the habit of "running in" to visit friends may be carried Uf an unpleas ant excen. A' family living in North Carolina found It something of a strain upon the!. ideas of hospitality to be obliged every day to entertain a tedi ous woman of eighty. The favorite book or the neceary piece of work had to be put aside, in order to shout bits of conversation in her ear. At last the father In desperation planned V go into a sudden fit of temper in the presence of the obnoxious caller in tha hope of convincing her that they were, not pleasant prople to tWU Accord ingly, one evening, when he returned fmm business and found tha old lady present' a usual, he began to talk loudly and In an irritated toIca. Then growing more exeited, he stamped about the room, knocking furniture right and left, and ended by going out and banging the door after him. Tha old lady knitted away quietly through the) confusion, and when tha man wa gone she turned to the family, ft&d said In , a comforting voieei "I reckon It wa mighty lucky I waa here, or you'd hare to take It. Dut you needn t be frightened. Ill stay right here with yon till he gets over it. Youth's Com panion. i Ft-at a tarpegsv. Memories of tha enthronement of aa actress a tha goddeaa of renon upon the high altar of tha cathedral of Notre flame jnst one hundred year wn revived tho other day when ft aol eran expiatory service was celebrated by the cardinal archbishop of Part. The 81 re Reglna wa ung b-fore tha statue of the Virgin, which had been swM aa a footstool by tbe god dew of reason on th day of the desecration of tha edi&ca. it r-.? u; nisi. HAS COME AND GONE End cf tho Holiday Sc:on of Brilliant Social Events. OOYS AND GIRLS AT SCHOOL Host of tha Ilea res TVerw Centered About the Yoalbs mod Maiden Fair IVrsonal Gussln, j The holiday are orer aad Cbthtsu giftaaud New Year greetings hold their happy mtmorlra. The he;ii vl the I07 aod git), blesa them, back to tb& achool and college i aboat acoouip lished, and tha rich aod aauey old town lock lesa pert aud festive than Uurirg tho week when the young folk mail vacatioo day and eight merry Not a ingla sleighriUe, but oh. tha dancing and tbe swell dinner and. high tea and chocolate aod af lerncons and cves.Ui,' and card partle and theater partic and baoqusta enough to appa'l tue luomana. liacquets for the Wr.y ciuba aud the patriotic militarr.nay ooa n through th gamut of tho high school alumni and Greek letter fruternitiea. It wn a gay wesk. The dedication of tbe woman an nex, which muAt forever be accented on the rwcond syllable, was a gracious deed. AH the gaiety aod elaboration has put money to tha purse of th worker, aod the money earned ha brought comfort and brihtnea to humble home. A writer ha said that "lAle i not eo snort tin there la always time for courtesy. and may the new year resolve to be kiod to all the whole year through, be the last on broken. AVKDDIN'Ga. Brobst-Adams. On New Year 'a nicht at ? o'clock in the home of the brides parents. Mr. aod Mrs. Thomaa VV. Adam of Diff iwariJ. Mia Meda Adams was married to Will iam II. UroUt' of this city, the He. Tccker of the ruethodist church per forming the marriage berrice. The bride wore her traveling gown and waa unat tended. Fifty guost were present at the service aod remained to the wedding supper, tfooto handsome gilt were re ceired. Relatives were present from Ohio aod other eastern point. Tho from Grand Ilapids wero Mr. and Mra A. 11 Bcheock. Mr. aod Mrs. liroUt came to the city the aame eveoiog of the wedding and are at Lome at No. .113 Spriog street. i . Coryell Kb Ink man. On Monday, January 1, Miaa Ella L. Shlnkman, daughter of Fi J. Shinkman, was married to J. 8. Coryell of Chicaga Thaller. T. G. Bmlth offlciated. Tb wedding waa private, ooly ft few Inti mate fneoda being preeent The bride wa dreeeed in her traveling gown. Tbe bridal couple left for Chicago, their fu turo home, on an afternoon train and were accompanied to the depot bv twenty dra of teir friends aod well wisher. who wero demonstrative in their congratulations for the future hap pine of Mr. and Mr. CoVyeJL . , ;. . . Loudon--Parker. Oo Thursday afternoon. January 2, the Her. H. L. liamiltonsuoUevi in mar Huge Miss Alice Parker and C il Lon don. ' Barden-MUno, In Howard City on Wednesday, Janu ary 3, William J. Harden wa married to MU Ella Milne, tbe daughter of Mr. aod Mr. Jacie Miloe. Ihe ceremony was performs! by the lie v. A. F. Nagier in the methoUist church and aai wit ocsed by the relative and a fe- iovif ed gueftp. The M if sou Maud l!arler aod (irace bhaw were the llower ;irls, who preceded the bridal parly to the altar. Tho 1 rido aod groom wero at-t-oded by Mips Carrie Palmer aod Kr ncst Hallock. After the ccremooy a re ception wa given in the newly fur nislied home of the young pair. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1L JeLb, Mra N. Yea? and J. J. Miloe of this city Wire guest Silter Weddlnjc Oo Friday evrninu, Jaouary 5, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. llavrkin of JefTrr son avenue, celebrated the 25th aooi verafy of their marrUige. JSeveoty tire of their friends had planned a vurprne for them and their progrfcm was s u ceres -fully carried put. Id behalf of the gurst J. A., Powell presented Mr. and Mr. Hawkins with a silver water eer vicn suitably engraved. The surper wa eerred io the dining rtxro a hah the womea guest decora ten 1 io pink and white 'lowers. Souvenir program were fi resented each one. After tbe supper wdiritiee a musical aod literary enter tainmeot waa presented. IWKIIIIH AXI KKCKITIOXH. Country Club Hop, An impromptu and informal dance wa liven io the Couo try club ciuo on New. Veer's night light refresh ments were aerred and a Jolly evening waa passed. Those who attended wore Mee&ra, aod Madam Henry HennKt, Claude Kl acht, William L Wurxburg. Flcr M. Metbeaoy, Alfred Hatter, Jo seph 1L McCargar, Fred Clark. Mr. Htxter, Mim ludith Clark, Fred Matter. Claude W. Hotsford. Helr Northrup. Helr Knott, Dr. Hoag, Walter Mh, Irving D. Whitlock. James Knoi,Mi-e Luton, Willard Martiodale. Fanny Me Crath, Hen Ilaaehett, iVssie HuslanvL May Strshaa, Arthur Sharp, Anra Long. Four O'clock Tea, Mr. I). II. IVnton aod Mr. J. R Smith of Wash i of tort street gave a lieutiful reception Friday afternooa to a huoilrtwl invited guest. The Hover and plant decorations were dsinUy leutduk In tb reception parlors a r!ce. oU and vsee contamirvr white hyacinth, primrose. !ih ttf the vlly and palata Tbe dioing room was tooej in ptnk, the flower leiog Cathenn Merment rose. Mr. Ilentoo recivl her gu et in a gown 4 black trr re, with jet garniture, and Mr. Smith wore lavender crep acd chiffon lace. They were aiNusteu in receiving by Mrs IV t, Mra Charle For. Mr. Wtiiiam lUAAn eon, Mr. S. Ik Jenka Mr CatptU Fair. Mr. U. Ik Ilrtger, Mr. Chrr MfVJirin Ml Vlayei i'.aker of l'al timore. Mis lmlrrton. Mr. A. .!. Torrey anl Mr. O. 1L tier esad tk tea at the tea table. TTsteh Tarty. On New Year's eve Dr. ed Mr. Tiplnski etcttsitf.i a Dt..!--r r f U Suody Nirht e'ub fKl a fw rtJJ A'iis, ', ' r rfv naVf "A :h r I yt r f I Ttc Gates cf tHe Wtite aty opened vile to Monday Morning SPRING k COMPANY'S Celebrated niaetecatli Anacil I-lzea FesUTal the itscrtfcr etct cf the new year. Letters cf Uqulry pcurtii la aad pcorle from all parts cf the state preparlar to tlst the Linen Klardoa, the nest stnpeadsas tccnnolatiea cf Flaxen Fabrics c?er sh3Tm Ia the treat west. ! -Our store dirinr this eicrt "frill resenble a Terttible Thlte Cty cf Fine Linens. j how welcome they are ba every home, and w are nal4fl by purchasing in great quantities, and by otr relatione with the foreigo Bianufactorere to supply tbem at a lea price tbio is pai I at wholesale by retail merchant getrny. lf tumblu.g markets acd other adiantage eo joyed ly ua w freely an I heart .ly lender to all who cat to claim them. Come and tak what you want, sou can afford to led a 'ga . freely during this great Iioeo Carnival. Privatc Families, .Hotels, Clubs, Restaurants and Boarding Houses are Cordially In vited to Participate During the Exhibition and Sale. Our comlcg Linen Rale will lie toe rolloesal la it magnitude, too magrifl cent ia ite conception to admit of imita tion or attempt at vch by toy other boo, yet the gwooln la most alway Imitated.' There will be but one nafBlficcnt display of Usens an the treattst we hare etcr caste Take Notice. Tbmei the temptation will 1 gt, no deider, if kno to u will ! er mitted to purcb, eteepting for thf evo rrivat us, aa thie eal I ioteaded ealely for th ejrnumer l"fteCL opemog day l:c2Ay c.zz:, i:.::3 13, iSPRING&COMPAW xzi.it cf S:rj Uicrs 7ia ti tte Tititlri tzVJLc j January 15. 1894, Tb long avenue of nowy gool. thft abelve and counters Iniried deep with tbe product of Ireland' noted hou a, may 1 imagioed, they cannot le de acril-ed. An rndlea aea of the purest vearea, freeh and eparklir.g patterns all the etyle aod varietie known to tb art will form ft gran 4 aod U-sutiful labyrinth worth going milea to era. A . ecora of departments will neoearily 1 inundated with Licec In order to show them aJL A treat army cf salespeople en listed fcr the occasion. The cost to yon will be bet a trijle compared with the csnal prices. Wa take this ores ion at th end it each rainn to irdpnocate io a sulatan tisl manner for th litteral patronage ac corded tia We knew bow much th ladie delight in thee beautiful fsixi-s.