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THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mrs. Harrison's Indisposition Causes a Postponement of Her Beception. THE WHITE HOUSE LEVEE. Many Errnti Annoanccd for Not W?k?A Round of Teas. Dinner*, I>ancee, Reception# and Other Gayetle*?VTwIdlnfl ud MM lap of Social Club*. Some of the leading event* of the coming week are aa follow*: SO*BAY. Miss Blanche Brown gives ? luncheon In honor of Mias Ward of Denver. Mr*. A. C. Harmer and Mr*. Hanner Reeside give a tea?4 to 7? at 201 North Capitol street. Mr*. Crosby 8. Noyes and Mim Not** a tee? 4 to 7?at Wiiiard'*. The Mi**e* Rigg* give an at home In the evening. Mr*, and the Mine* Skerrett a tea?6 to 7?a* the navy yard. Mis* Dalzell, a S o'clock tea. Lieut and Mr*. William* give a eotillion at the Washington barrack*. Mr*, and Mi** Bwpham give an evening party. A dancing party will be given by Mi** Mattie Wimer of Wyoming avenue. Mr*. Wm. M. Springer will give a reception, aaaisted by a delegation of Ulinoi* ladies. The ladie* of the National Hotel will receive from 3 to 7 p.m. TTJZaOAT. Mr*. Wm. 8. Parke give* a tea at 1717 Cor coran street from 4 to 7. Mis* May Williams give* a luncheon. Mr*. Dickson give* a tea from 4 to 7. Madame Romero receive* from 3 to 6. Mr*. Geo. A Shehan will receive. In the evening the President and Mr*. Har rison will dine the Supreme Court. The third meeting of the dancing clasa take* place at the Rifles' armory the same evening. Mr. Richard Smith will entertain friend* in honor of Mr*. Dudley S. Gregory at the Alibi Club. vtsnastT. Mr*. Morton, Mr*. Windom, Mr*. Miller, Mr*. Proctor. Mr*. Wanamaker, Mr*. Noble and Mr*. Rusk will receive in the afternoon. In the evening Mi*? Margaretho Willi* Wil son and Mr. Paul Fred Mohr will be married at the residence of Mr*. Georganna Wilson, 2034 G street, and a reception will follow from 8 until 10 o'clock. Mi** May Cox give* a theater party and *up per. The Unity Club will meet at the residence of Mr. W. D. Cabell. TVTKIDiT. Mi** Sarah Lee Wood* and Mr. Nixon will be married at the Church of the Covenant at noon and a wedding breakfast will follow a* Mr*. Blake * residence on N street. Mr*. Stanford will hold the second and laat of her public reception* for the season. In the evening the Po*tma*ter General and Mr*. Wanamaker dine the President and Mr*. Harrison at a cabinet dinner. Gen. and Mrs. Watmough give a dinner. Mrs. Martin of 12th (treet givrn a dance is honor of her daughter. ratriAT. Mis* Higgle* givei a tea at Senator Higgin*', 1536 18th street. 4 to 7. Mr*. Langhorne has card out for a luncheon. Maha Mendonca will receive. Madam Laz cano will receive. In the evening Dr. and Mr*. Hammond give a bal poudre at Belcourt. ?ATYTllkAY. Senator and Mr*. Stanford will give a dinne-. Repreaentative and Mrs. Hitt will give a din ner. The Vice President and Mr*. Morton give the first of two reception* at 9 p. m. The Misses Shepard, 3 Dupont circle, wiU give a tea. 4 to 7. Mr*. Harrison is suffering from a severe | cold, which ha* affected her throat some what, and in consequence *he waa obliged to abandon her reception, achcduled for this afternoon. A memo randum waa sent out by the President at about noon to thi* effect, and word waa immediately telephoned to the varioua hotel* in order to prevent visitor* from going to the White House uselessly. There waa quite a crowd at the door at 3 o'clock, however, and word waa given to the u*hers to throw ouen the bouse to the caller*. Mr*. McKee and Mr*. Rusaell Har rison were in the parlor* to represent Mr*. Harrison and to receive any per*on* who might go through the room* Mr*. Harrison'* indisposition is not at all ?erious, although sufficiently severs to prevent her standing for two honr* and receiving a long line of callers. During the past month there ha* been a curious succession of ill* at the White House, all with the *ame symptom* of a cold and a throat affection. Mr*. Harri son, Mrs. McKee, Mr*. Ktueell Harrison, all of the children and two of (be nurses have at varioua times been aSlieted in the same way. Great care has been taken with the children for fear of contagion, but it has been concluded bv those at the mansion that the household is merely getting its share of what appear* to be a mild epidemic of diph tberetic cold. All of the case* have been over come. and Mr*. Harrison'* cold, it is expected, will give way in a day or *o. Mrs. Arthur Yates will be at home Tuesday* after 3 o'clock until Februarv 10, 1891. Tues day. January 37, *he will be assisted by the Misaes Later, Miss Bertha Lincoln, Mias Douglas* and Miss Gibbe of Milwaukee Mrs. Geo. A Shehan will be at home, 1502 8 street nOTthweet. Tuesday, January 37, as sisted bv Mrs. Gilman of Kxeter, N.H., and Miss MacClure and Mia* Mac Reynold* of Indiana. Mr*. C. M. Pepper will receive Tuesday at 1337 R street, assisted by her gueets, Mias Minnie E. Barker of Boston and the Mieees Howard of Iowa. Mrs. Isaac Henderson of 1619 Rhode Island avenue will be at home Tuesday, the 27th, after which she will not receive for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Pilcheo of Governor's Island are now visiting her. Mrs. Kennedy, 1630 Rhode Island avenue, will be aaaisted in receiving on Monday by Mrs. Stedman and Mi** Steuman of Boston. Mr*. Vardley and Mias Yardley of Last Orange, N.J.. and Mi** Griffith. Mr*. W. F. Willcox of Connecticut will re ceive at 215 East Capitol street Monday. The ladies of the National Hotel will receive on Monday, the 36th, from > to T p.m. Mrs. Veaxey and Mr*. Clifford 8. Walton effl receive Monday at 1503 H street northwest. Tfcev win be assisted by Mi** Clara Barton, Mr*." Linton and the Miaaee Me Par tin. Mrs. James Buchanan of Maw Jersey and her *i*tor*. Mr*. Dr. H C. Thompson. Mr*. Batger and Mim Blanche C. Koonea, will receive at their home. Ml M street, on Monday from i tOli A pretty wedding took plaoa Monday even ing at the resilience of Dr. Robert K Babeock, Highland l'ark, 111. The contracting par tie* were Mr. Chariee OrdwayBooth of Omaha and Mim Pauline Frederika Weston of this citv. After receiving the congratulations of their friends, Mr. and Mr*. Booth loft for Omaha. Mis* Mattie Wimer ef Wyoming avenue, Washington Heights, haa leaned tarda lor a dancing party Monday evening. Mr*. William Springer, 43 B street southeast, wfll have with her ea Monday next qnite * of niinetsUffes, among who. *?- *3srvr**w *?*??? ??P U1 J? 8mlth. *?? Imm B. Hltt, the ?i|M Cannoa, th? Mins* Oberly and other*. Mr*. Arthur IttM ami b?r bridesmaids, the Mta.esLecey ud Douglass, will atoo be pn? *Bt *.".d ?1!*. in receiving, together with the *>V7 of lovely youngladiee. Mrs. Spring Mr*. John B. Allen, at 10 B street northeast, hoIf* to call#r* Monday, Januarv a! i1*? Mondy cell*. She will receive the other Monday* until Lent from 8 to 6. Mrs. Faulkner will not receive on next Mon ^*7? but will take that day to return her Can 2? "iJ1 kold hn n?? reception the following Monday, February a. Mise Harriet Parsons, assisted by Mr*. Webber. Mr*. Grafton, Mia* Bobinson end Mr Krutzsch, gave a delightful muaicale at the bouse of Mrs. Gilbert B. Towlea on Thursday evening, January 22. Mrs. Gilbert B. Towlee and Mia* Paraon* will be at home on Mondays at 1306 Clifton (treat. Mr*. John H. Oberly will not receive on Monday, January 26, but will be at home on the following Monday* before Lent at her home, <29 Maryland avenue n ortheast. Cards are oat for ? dance to bo given on the ?th instant at the residence of Mr*. Martin on li . rtet in bonor of her daughter. Mis* Martin will have with her Mi*s Cathele of Balti more. Mr*. Robert Christy will be at home aa usual to her friends on Fridays during tbe remainder of the season. Her Friday afternoon at home on February 6 is not an invited affair, but wUl be tbe last of her usual receptions until after ?Lent. The Mexican minister and Mate. Bomero have card* out for an St home Monday even ing, February 9. Mrs. Enloe will receive on Monday with the I congressional ladies of the National from 8 un til 7 p.m. I Mrs. Chief Justice Fuller is still detained in Chicago, and will therefore be unable to re ceive on Monday, the 26th. Last night presented such a feast of good things in the way of entertainment that it stands Qnrivaled no far in the season'a record. Most of those attending the President's levee went to either and some both of the two larae parties of the evening. The White House reception was as gay as it* predecessors. The compaur gathered earlv and during the first hour the receiving partv was kept busy at their pleasant task. After 10 ??e?* sndthePrea ident and Mrs. Harrison had a chance for fre jjuent rests with the opportunities of mingling XLj informal way with thei: guests Iha 1 .TtUr?i,ly for their Wend* nU.1. ! ^ ? J iS* l>ar,or 'be most pleasant feature of the reception. Although Va,**, hon?r of ??? Senate and .,#? ? iudK;urv- the bitter was present with unbroken ranks, while the upper house was but sparsely represented. The protracted "i"nfg? of Senate are making a noticeable 4*? *bs?nc? of iu members from JJhM ?Vfh ' ?Ut \a mn? c"eB ^ night when the Senators themselves were not Present, their wives and guests Ttalri thl receiving party came down stairs the corridor was already half filled with guests, who formed a wall of well-dressed hu manity through which the distinguished line passed. Already in the blue parlor tbe Presi a?nt. family, Sr. and Mrs. tfcKee. Mrs. Rus sell Harrison, Mrs. Dimmick, Mrs. Kitchen and Mrs. 1 outer of Indisuapolis, their guests, and the ladies invited to attaint them. Mrs Robert Mi" Belle Green. p"; ^ "Usee, Mra. Gear, Mrs. Bayne. Countess Esterhazy MraNeidnnghaua, Mrs. Wads wort h and Mrs. Gen Foster, were assembled. When the cabinet officer* and other gentlemen bad ? !' ?rouP tb? room was well filled. Presiden* nU 4116 ^^o^tions to the Mrs. Harrison was looking especially well in ? becoming toilet of electric blue brocade that had panel* of dark blue velvet on the skirt and revers on the waist. It was high necked except in front, where a soft lace front outhueda square opening. She wore a gold necklace that had Urge diamond pendants, a bar of diamonds in her corsage and in her hair was a pretty pink velvet rosette attached to an aicrette. Mrs. Windom, who stood next to her. was in an elegant gown of pansy velvet, made with a hi?h bodice and court train, which fell awav from a Ctticoat of gold and white brocade.' In her lr ? diamond ornament and other fine stones gleamed in her corsage and on her neck Mrs. Proctor wore dark gray and silver brocade that had panels of white silk let in be tween the drapery on the skirt. It had a high bodice and long sleeves. Mrs. Miller's gown was of white brocaded satin and had silver braid trimming it A front drapery was of crepe lisse and folds of the same edged the T-shaped neck. A rosette of silver braid was in her hair. Mrs. Wanamaker had on a trained black vel vet that had panels of white satin, beaded and embroidered in silver. Mrs. Noble was richly attired in a Frenchv combination of terra cotU and brown satiu combined with a light brocade. A fall of ex! quisite \ alenciennes edged the low bodice Mrs. Rusk had on a dress most becoming to her fair complexion?light blue brocaded trimmed tastefully in point lace. ' Mrs. McKec's gown was of ruby velvet, light ened with yellow crepe. She wore ruby orna ments. She wore ruby orna Mrs. Russell HarrUon was in light brocade in Pompadour colors, trimmed with blue oe trich feathers. _ Among those present were Senator Sawyer, Mrs. Howard Wlute, Senator and Mrs. Stock fu" Jn*Uce <ir?T. Justice and Miss Harlan the Chief Justice and Miss Fuller, Senator and Mrs. Casey, Senator and Mrs. Warren, the Peru vian minister and Mme. Zegarra. the Meii can minister, the Spanish minister. Senator. zrT'\ *5.. Senna, Miss Michler. Senator Dolph Miss Grace Davis, Col. John M. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Yergason of Hart ford. Justice and Mrs. Blatchford, Justice l^mar. Justice Brown, Senator Barbour Miss Daingerfield, Senator and Mrs. Faulkner, Miss Faulkner, Miss Love, Mrs. Gorman, the Misses Gorman, the Misses OambriU, Dr. Hamlin, Senorand Mme. Mendonca, the Misses Men donca, Senator and Mrs. Spooner, Mrs. Yardlev of East Grange, Miss Yardlev, Miss Steri Boston. Miss Griffith, Miss Main, Dr. Bartiett, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Loring, Representative and Mrs. Owen, Rep resentative and Mrs. Connell. Representative Burrows, Mrs. Spinola, Mr. C. C. Carlisle, Mr. Hannegan, Mr., Mrs. and Miss Ugelow. Mrs. E. C. Halidav and her guest, Mrs. Lewis, and Representative and Mrs. Lee. The new curtains at the windows of the east room were hung in time for this reception and complete all the work of deco ration. which was commenced in the fall under Mrs. Harrison s direction. It was naturally a matter of great pleasure to her to see these superb curtains in place, and she took occasion 4 i wCh of bsrfnends as would be interested in looking at them to be sure to go in the East room-The curtains are of heavy bro caded silk, old gold flowers on a cream ground and are edged with a tasseled fringe. Mr. E. H. Tergason put them in place vesterday. Attar the reoeption had clos^l last night the receiving party was entertained upstairs in the corridor bv the 1'residant and Mrs. Harrison at an appetizing supper. The Spanish legation fete last night in honor of the name day of the youthful King of Spain broke the monotony of the usual form of en tertainment by the introduction of many novel features. As is common at Spanish untertain fV>nL^ ^ legation blaxed with n-om Unterns and reflectors at every window. The red and yellow flag of Spain waved over the door. The suite of narlors extending through the corner house at the left of the hafi waareserved for the reception and promenade. The double parlors at the right ?ladis a fine ball room. This waa entirely P?*7l te*?ena?d red and yellow rosea were lavishly used in Unking the mantels, Ac Flowers were tastefully used in all of the rooms where the guests lingered. The minister paid his respects to the President and Mrs. Harrison ? end was home by the time the flrst of his guests cams. He and Madame Suarea-Guanes received in the left parlor. Madame a fown waa in yellow crape, flounced across the front with embroidered crepe lisse. She wore diamonds and pearls. Madame and thl also foUo wed the Spanish colors in the selection of their gown* being diassad in yellow and red gause. [ Mr. Saavedra waa another eflteient member , ?? at midnight. After that a cotillion of forty ?2^Rv- Mr. 8omum led Ml* Everett The fkvors ? tied with red and yellow ribbons. The inree Wwt very amusing. Aiftng the masts was the entire diplomatic corns, the justices of the So J^|^*j^^o??mltteea and a number of the Del 'Pton, w^taj' b!?1 iSss^Mr Mra. and the Miaeae Mr. Montgomery a Sr^Ss."M"a Galderon Carlisle, Mm. MauuUvilie Carlisle, Mia Carlisle, Mr. John Webb, Mr. Jamea G. Blaine. Jr., and at least two hundred other* prominent in dancing circle*. Mr. and Mrs. Beaton Perry gar* another ol the elegant entertainment* of lact night in ? reception to meet Mi** Pollock of Philadelphia. who is their guest. Their commodious and artistically furnished house was fragrant with the quantities of superb roses that were massed on the mantels, the cabinet* and table*. In the long parlor palm* wet* effectively massed in the bay window and asparagus and smilas draped the mirror* and pictures Mr. and Mrs. Perry (tood to receive their guests near the drawing room entrance. Miss Pollock, whose graces of mind and person have already made her a general favorite, stood nesr her aunt and uncle. Mrs. Perrv wore a superb French gown of ivory brocade that had a fringe in pink and white *ilk trimming the front. Miss Pollock's dainty Parisian frock was of Dink chiffon and garland* of wild roses and hya cinths trimmed the skirt. An odd conceit was the use of tiny basket? in a panel on the side of the skirt, which were filled to overflowing with thq blossoms, and one was on the left side of tlie corsage filled with a nosegay Mrs. Thomas 8. Harper of Philadelphia also as sisted her Muter. She wore a French dress of brocaded white satin. Mrs. Rose Perry wore a low-necked gown of black silk and crepe lisse. The guests had the hall and its easy access to the dining room for promenading. The dining room was decked in La France roses. Among thoso who en Joyed this sumptuous entertainment were Dr. and Mrs. Custis, Dr. and Mrs. Sowers, Representative L. P. Maish, Mr. Jas. G. Berret, Senator and Mrs. Carlisle, Representative and Mrs. Burrow*, Mr. and Mr*. B. H. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Barbour,' Mrs. Yardley and Miss Yardley of East Orange, N. J., Miss Sted man of Boston. Miss Griffith, Mr. Berke ley Griffith, Mr. and Miss Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Beriah Wilkins, Commissioner Douglass, Mrs. Halbert E. Paine, Mr. and Mr*. M. G. Emerv. Mr*. Burr and Miss Burn Dr. and Mrs. Corey, Dr. McNairy, Mrs. 8. H. Kauff mann, Miss Kauffmnnn, Mit>s Noyes, Mr. and Mr*. Hcnrv Semken, Miss Beam, Mr. Clarence Beall, Mr. B. Ross Perry, the Mexican minister and Mine. Romero, Representative and Mrs. Outhwaite, Miss Williamson. Mr. Menocal, Mr. Boss Broadhead, Mr. and Mrs.Wall, Miss Riggs, Miss Jessie Riggs. Miss Coit, Representative and Mrs. Gibson, Mr. Bestor, Mr. F. A. Hichard son, Mrs. Chinn, Mrs. Storey B. Ladd, Sir. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson. Mrs. W. H. F. Lee, Mrs. and Miss Walthall. Mr. Duff of New York. Mr. and Mr*. Washington, Mr. and Mr*. Kennedy, Judge Embrey, Miss Bessie Williamson. Mr. Bowers, " Dr. Chase, Maj. and Miss Parker, Representative and Mrs. Charles Gib son, Mr. and Mrs. Whittomore. Miss Coit, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Gntli ridge, Mr. and Mr*. Mattinglv, Mr. Fox, Mr. Duff of Sew York, Mr. and Mrs. Washington, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson, Mr. J. Ford Thomp son, jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Van Wyck, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.Koss Thompson, Mr.and Mrs. Riggs and Mr*. Webb. Mr*. D. P. Morgnn gave a tea yesterday afternoon which brought together a company of prominent resident*. Mr*. John Carter assisted her mother in the dining room. Miss Stoughton poured tea. Miss Mitchell gave a young people'* dinner last night Mia* Riggs of Iowa Circle gave a breakfast to young ladies yesterday. Mis* Painter gave a card party last night. Madame Mendonca had a brilliant reception veaterdav afternoon, aiaisted by her daughters, in her "fine legation home on Massachusetts avenue. Mr*. George R. Stetson and MissStetson, Mrs. McCammon and Miss Denver were the hostesses of tea* yesterday. The last wa? for young people entirely. Tonight Mrs. Geo. B. Loring will give her usual at home. Mr*. 8. F. Emmons will also give a reception, which ia to meet Miss \an Yechten of Albany, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster will entertain the literary society at 8:30 p.m. A charming children'* party was given last evening bv Miss Nellie Woodward at the resi dence of her parent* on Wyoming avenue. The programs were unique in design and the favors at the supper were artistic and original. The dancing fasted until late, one of the prettiest be ing a fancy dance bv ltena Woodward and tthel Wimer. Among those present were Dr. Welch, who acted as master of ceremonies: Mr. and Mrs. Wimer, Mrs. Bovnton, the Misses Barber, Mis* Wimer, Miss Marion Everett, Mis* Bessie Miller, Miss Meta Bovnton, Mis* Bertha Match, Mr. Willii Everett, Mr. Harry Green, Mr. John Carr and Mr. Mill* Thompson. Mr. Wm. J. Lane, M P., and hi* bride, for merlv Mi** Armstrong of Brooklyn, aro visiting Washington on their wedding trip as the guests of Mrs. Henry G. Hayes, 1st street northeast. Mis* Ague* V. Morgan i* tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Evan* of New York, who are at the Langham. A pleasant mask party wa? given laat evening at the residence of Miss Toole on Capitol Hill. Dancing and other amusement* were indulged in and a repast served. Among those present were Misses Walls, Mason. Toole, Luskey, Fair of Bennings. Huntington of Alexandria and the Misses Morrow and Messrs. Charles i albers, J. Talbers. E. Crutchet, J. Clark, G. Knight, M. Marshall. M. E. Cook, C. Sheriff, N. Fauk, C. Myer* and G. Luskey. Thursday evening ? surprise ma*querade party was given to the Misses Hausers of Bladensburg road. Among the maskers were Mrs. Emctson and sons. Mrs. Smith and daugh ter*. Miss E. Davis, J. Davis, Mrs. Sands, Mrs. f.ross and daughter*, and Messrs. Gro**, Clark, Davis, Sands, Duraughn and Callahan. The Osceola Club gave a pleasant dance at McCauley's Hall last night. Among those pres ent were Mrs. McNally and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blumer, Ella McKnight, Mamie Milrich. Annie Cross, Lotta Seuffert, Ada Cochran, Julia Baldwin, Willie Hinkel, D. Hughes, R. Greenwell, W. Wise, F. Coleman and H. Bayly. Mr*. St. Clair Denver and Mis* Denver, 1703 Rhode Island avenuo, will make calls on Mon day, January 26. but will be at home on all Monday* thereafter. Mr*. 8. B. Sheiblev is with her mother, Mr*. W. H. Gaines, at 2014 G street northwest. They will be at home Friday* in February. Mr*. Jennie E. Hicks (Sophie Sparkle) has been spending the holiday season in New York, but will soon return to Washington for the remainder of the winter. At Mrs. Almena B. Williams'! tea yesterday afternoon, given in compliment to her sister, wife of Judge Wm. H. Lpton of Washington state, there was a notable gathering. Among the large number present were Hon. and Mrs. W. M. Springer, Hon. and Mrs. J. H. Outh waite, Mis. John B. Allen, Mrs. Tho*. C. Power, Mrs. J. W. Powell, Major and Mr*. D. A. Me Night. Hon. Horatio King and Mrs. Talbott, Mrs. J. W. Foster and the Misses Orr, Mrs. Geo. F. Hoar, Mrs. Wm. P. Frve, Mrs. H. M. Teller and Miss Teller, Mrs. Mnthew 8. Quay and Miss Quay, Hon. Jas. O'Dounell, Hon. and Mrs. B. M. Cutcheon, Mrs. Geo. Seney, Mrs. Thos. Tul lock, Becretarv Aimaro Bato, Chancellor Ma suichi, Mrs. Richard Nixon, Hon. J. W. Doug las*, H. U. F. Macfarland, Mrs. and Mis* Muc farland. Dr. Wm. A. Bartlett, Dr. aud T. 8. Hamlin, Prof, and Mrs. W. D. Cabell and Mis* Cabell, Gen. and Mr*. Whittlesy, Mis. Simon Newcomb, Hon. and Mrs. T. C. Mendenhall, Mr*. Cleveland Abbe, Miss Asaph Hall, ProL and Sir*. Otis Mason and Miss Mason, Mis* W. H. Holmes, Prof, aud Mrs. W. J. McGee, Mr*. 8. M. Bryan, Mrs. B. H. Warner, Mrs. E. C. Walihal, Mr*. H. E. Paine, Capt. and Mrs. Horace Taylor. Capt. and Mrs. F. 8. Moses, Mrs. Richard Washing ton, Mrs. Phillip Hichboru, Mrs. F. C. Stevens, Mr*. Phillip Mauro aud Miss Rockwood, Mrs. Chaa. Bradley and the Misses Bradley, Mr*. Van Buren Knott, Mr*. E. 8. Lacey and Miss Lacey Hon. and Mrs. Lyman and Miss Lyman, Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Bryan, Miss Virgie Bates, Trof. and Mrs. E. 8. Burgess, Mr. W. C. Whitte more. Judge and Mr*. W. W. Upton, Mr*. J. H Soule aud Miss Boulc. Mrs. Shields, Dr. and Mrs. Muncaster, Mrs. H. P. Sanders and Misa Banders. Mr. and Mr*. Bichard Utermehle and Mia* Stoke* of Frederiok, Md., are sojourning at the Livingston. The *econd *e mi-monthly meeting of the Maltby Euchre Club waa held la*t night at the residence of the Mum* Vickery, 301 D street northwest. The first prize wa* won by Mrs. Geo. W. Montgomery and the booby by Mrs. Geo. C. Johnson. A baas solo was rendered by Mr. N. C. W. Gardner, after which dancing was indulged in to a late boor. The K. O. 8. West End Assembly, composed of a merry crowd of young West End folk* not yet formally launched into aociety. followed the example of the older set, concluding to enter tain their social companion* and friends, and thus gave a select private cotillion at the Na tional Riflee' armory Tneeday evening last. It waa ? delightful gathering and the dancing waa kept up until 1330 o'clock. The spacious hall *M handsomely decorated for the occasion with a profusion of banting and potted plants, while the music under the leadership of Prof. Loui* Weber comprised many of his choicest and a we* test selection*. The members > of the assembly mm Bella Wil I lett, Mamie Thompson, Marian Oliver, Alio* Boyd, Marian Evans. Jennie Cochran, JUUie Boiway, Katharine Evans, Fred Klein Among thotw present war* Mum* Julia and Marian Oliver, J alia Edwards. Bertha Crockett, Jennie Cochran* Haggle Matthew*, HaUie Med ing. Nnaie Bartel. Lane Lay. Mamie. Gertrude, Mabel and Edith Thompson. Hattie Meade*, Marian and Katharine Evan*, Mamie Lightfoot, Emily Cottrill, Ada Doke. Neflie Bolwav, Hallie and fteasie Keim. Addie Wall, Katie Eamnnda, Helen and Alice Boyd, Corinne Chandler, Mir* Webb.Rose and Katheriae O'Neal.Daiay French, Florence Mortimer, Alio* Joyce, Blanche Walker. Belle Willett. Martha Milbnrn, Jlattie Croplev and Meears. Will Mitchell. Fred Klein *chmidt,Richard and Jamea Willett, F.Cochran, Harry Meems. Rudolph Barkle. Rudolph D. Kauffmnnn, Walter Wyvjlle. Jr., Charles Med ing, Kudolph Schrickardi. Walter Evans, John and Tyler Baldwin. Allan Clephane. Geo. Cox, Fred Rovce. Jr., Thornton and Will Chealey, Robert Oliver, Cliesley Brown. John Clay. John Johnston, Fred Thompson, Mark and Thoma* Fisher, Mr. Gott, George Edmanda, Gilliet Clark. Raymond Fry. Thomas Jenkins. Charlea Allan, Elliott Lane. Richard Bell. Will Bolway. Mauley Brown, Harrv Merritt, Charlea Fair, Barry Mohun and Raymond Velardi. The party wax chaperoned by Mra Wm. 8. Thomp son. Mrs. Robert Boyd. Mm. Crockett, Mr*. Fred Royce. Mra 0. it Hough, Mrs. George W. Evans and Mrs. Jessie C. Ergood. No merrier party of young folk* could be found than those who attended the progressive euchre party given by the Misses Costello at i their hospitable home on 6th street Thursday I evening in honor of their guest, Misa Calahan of Portsmouth, Ya., who haa just returned from Delaware, whence she went to christen the new steamer Norfolk. The first prizes were won by Miss Calahan and Mr. Albert Herbert, the second prizes by Miss Marguerite Nolan and Mr. Dempsev MeU. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walters. Mr. ana Mrs. Coleman, Misses Gorman, Miss Warner, Miss Darneille, Miss Lockboler. Miss Bartells and Miss Bald win, Messrs. Adams. MetX, Herbert, Morgan, Beck, Gebbard, Behrens, Daly, Flame, (iesa ford and Costello. The progressive euchre party given by the Capital Bicycle Club last evening at the club house was one of the largest entertainments ever given by that organization. Fifteen table* were required to accommodate the players. Play was begun at ubout 8:45 and lasted two hours and a half, fifteen games being played. The first prizes were won by Mra schooley and Mr. Tyssowski and the second prizes by Mi>s A. Cramp ton and Dr. Wm. Wirt Nine gentlemen were tied for second place. Refreshments were served after the plav and the party broke up at about midnight. T^iose present were Sir. and Mrs. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. J. McK. Borden, Mr. and Mrs. Tyssowski, Mr. and Mrs. Stine metz, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1*. Borden, Mr. and Mra Deinaray, Mr. and Mrs. Tipton, Mr. and Mr*. L. S. Bacon, Mr. and Mr*. Goodrich, Missel Howell, Dovilliers, Tanke. Bird, Groewmann, Scsuumell, Boyle, A. Crampton, Meloy, Young, (Juinlan, Arnold, Cochran, Kuehner, Atkinson. Wilson. Merritt, Tower, M. Crampton, and Messrs. Marlatt, Wooten, Stewart. M. 8. Olds, McDaniels, Wirt, Moran, Horace Dodge, Flow ers. Stephens, Hollingsworth, Tower, Walter Dodge. Winters, E. B. Olds, Morsell, Lyon, Randall, Prentiss, Clark and Learning. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hartman gave their friends a charming enter tainment at their apartments at the 8trathmori> Arms. Several literary selections by Repre sentative Kerr, Col. E. J. Smith. Miss Lilian Cleveland and Mr*. Lockwood were enjoyed by the guests. Among those present were Repre sentative aisd Mrs. Huugan, Mr. and Mra Vermilya, Mr. M. D. Lincoln, Mrs. Judge Stone.and daughter, Mra U. S. Lockwood, Mrs. Oen. l'ickett and son. Miss Coover,aniece of Mrs. Hartman, and Col. and Mrs. Smith. Last evening Mr. and Mr*. Hartman gave ? whist party. Mr. and Mra H. H. Johnson of Mount Ver non, Ohio, are at the Livingston. Mrs. Gen. Spinola of New York gave a charm ing reception Tuesday in her elegant new suite of apartments in the annex of the Arlington. Mrs. Spinola s rooms are spacious and filled with souvenir* of her travels and bric-a-brac, which add to the attractions of her afternoona Last Tuesday Mrs. Spinola received in an imported gown of blui\ velvet, with a moire front panel of pink veiled in rich blue iace. 1 Mrs. Spinola has some of the finest diamonds in the city, and on this occasion ' she wore an elegant pendant and brooch. ' She was assisted in receiving her guests by Mrs. W. D. Owen in black brocade and lace. Mra i Queen nud Mrs. Berrv. guests of Mrs. Carlisle, ; nlso assisted in Frencli gray art gowns of hen rietta cloth. Miss Docker, one of her young aids, wore whito net over white moire. Miss Townsend wore an imported gown of yellow silk, and garniture of purplo chrysanthemums. Misa Noyes was in grav cloth with pink garni ture, and Miss Luciie Wvard in green tulle trimmed with poppies. Refreshment* of coffee and punch were served. The room* were decked out with choice cut flowers and palms. Among the callers were Surgeon General and Mrs. Moore, Mr*. M. A. P. Moore. Mrs. Leland Stanford. Mrs. Carlisle, Rev. Dr. Ca*ey and Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Orosvenor and the Misses Grosvenor, Francisco de Suarez, Mrs. Hewett, Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs. Ransom. Mrs. Chipman. Mrs. Blanchard, Judge Larraiuie of Bellfont, Pa.; Mrs. and the Misses Faulkner, MrB. Bui- 1 lock, Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins, S. R. Calhoun, U. 8. A.; Mra Wm. Vau Zandt and Mrs. Logan Chipman. Mrs. Tier* gave a luncheon this afternoon, at which seven ladies were guests, as follows: Mrs. Thomas Wihson, Mr*. Lowrie Bell, Mrs. Kauff mann, Mrs. Lacev, Mra Alfred Wheelen of Philadelphia, Mrs. Meigs, Mrs. S. M. Bryan. Mr. Morton Mitchell and britL, who are at the Normandie, will leave for New York tomor row. Mrs. Henry F. Blount and Mis* Blount will not beat home Monday, the 26th. Mis* Alice C. Fletcher will be tendered a reception in honor of her recent appointment in Harvard University February 5. Mis* Rena Kohn of Philadelphia and Mis* Sadie Frank of Atchison, Kas., are stopping at Mrs. M. Luch's, !H3 K street northwest. Friday evening the Recherche Circle held it* weekly soiree at the residence of Mrs. Lee of 10th street. Among those present were Mrs. Lee, Misses Lee, Lubken, Frank, Purcell.Calver, Purcell. Williams, Browne, Campbell, Morgan and Dulton and Messrs. Dalton, Lee, Waller, Bell, Lte. Neff, Bundick, llaldersou, Lee and Dr. Buchanan. Mrs. Senator Gray has been called away by the death of her brother, Lieut. Commander Chas. H. Black, U.S.N. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Breeden of Portland, Oreg., are visiting their sister, Mrs. W. P. White, at No. 805 L street northwest. Miss Helen Colhoun ha* gone for a short visit to Philadelphia. Last evening a surprise party was given to Misses Dora and Rosalie Dalrymple at their home by their young friends. Among those present "were the Misses Etta Walker, Hattie Billingsley, Blanch Starkev, Lizzie Randall, anil Master* Ernest Gibson, Harry Randall, Lima Vouut, C. Church and Percev Strang. Mr. and Mra. Benjamin F. Leighton have issued cards for a reception at their residence on Capitol Hill, Monday evening. Februorv 2. Mrs. Leighton will be assisted by the Misses Grosvenor of Ohio, Misses Parker and Miss Rankin, daughter of President Rankin. A pleasant reception lost Tuesday afternoon was that held at the residence of Mr. T. S. Chappel! on Corcoran street, where the ho*teea in a handsome gown of black net over yellow tilk introduced to her friends Miss Klinefelter of Eutaw place, Baltimore, a young lady who was dresseu in a becoming dress of pale bine silk. Mrs. Chappell was assisted by Mra Nellie G. Scott, in black velvet, who presided at the coffee urn. Later in the evening there wa* music and dancing. Among those present were I Col. and Mrs. R. G. Rutherford, Miss Ruther ford, Mrs. A. L. Powell, Mis* Woodward, Mr. Oskar Krutsch. Mra Dr. W. 8. Harban, Mia* Carrie Kidwell, Mr*. John W. Boteler, Mr*. ond Ward. Mis* F&tcher, Miss jslsjnss. MW J Mr*, riunkett, Mr*. /. D. lVrfll, Mr*. F. . SUM, Mrs. J. Higgin*, jfai- H- DIm?. Mia* McLaughlin, Kn. J. X. KMtaMr, Mas Wilson. Mr. Mid In. W. H. Shorter, Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Shuster. Jr.. Mr*. A.M.knidv, Mr. and Mr*. W. 8. Parka. Mr. Md Mrs. Wfl McKnew, Miss Hickey, Mr*. J. 8. Moody. Mr*. C. H. Ohm. Miss Laura Green, Ml* SUuiMm. Mica Hough. Mr*. 8. X. Gorges, Miss Isabel Houston and Mr*. C. Pearson. ?BOOTING RAM. A roae window?one that is up. ? bear dance?ths swell pnMa Speaking of English legislation and history did it ever occur to yoe that William the Con qerer was not a local Bill? Mr. Jack A.tor and the pretty Miss Willing of Philadelphia are to be Married: They loved each other. Just at if They neither had a ?hilling, And so Jack Artor to be his, And (he waa pretty Willing. A fi BAHOAIW. Lady: "What is the price of that basket?" Clerk: "Two dollar*, madam." Lady: "I'll gire you one sertrnty-flvs." Clerk: "I can't do it, madam. It take* two to make a bargain, don't you know." A BOSK CKIXTXAL. "How did you get into it?" aaked the safe burglar proudly of hia boy who had Juit picked a lock. ?into-it-ively," smiled the boy, who* criminal instinct* were developed in other di rections also. Blind eyes can see the beauty of kindness. THKY BAT. That some young men's collar* are higher than their aspiratious. That it is a difficult thing for a rich girl to marry for love. That a dancing debutante ia a delirious de light. That a charming manner and earnest sin cerity are not necessarily twins. That a bachelor Congressman is not the Tery worst chance for a husband. That more nerve than muscle ia required by lady bicycler*. That i'aris is duller this year than ever be fore, which is owing perhaps to the fact that good Americans are not dying much thia season. That two Russian Grand Duke*, now on their way around the world, will strike the social circles of this city not long after Lent That the Prince of Wales is growing so fat he can't walk without blowing. ELECTRICAL CONDUIT*. Hearing by the Commissioners In Regard ts Unused Permit*. There was a special meeting in the Commis sioner*' board room this morning at which the following section from the appropriation bill under the head of telegraph and telephone service was considered: "That pending the action by Congress upon the report of the board to consider the location, arrangement and operation of electric wires iu the Dis trict of Columbia pursuant to the act approved August 6, 1890, the Commissioners of the said District Khali not permit the construction of ' any conduit or subway for electrical purposes | in any street or avenue of the city of Washing- I ton or Georgetown, and any and all unused permits for constructing the said conduits are | nerebv revoked.'' Messrs. Samuel M. Bryan, representing tlie Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, and A. A. Thomas of the United States Electric Companv were present at the hearing. Both 'of these gentlemen have unused permit* on hand, and they claimed it would be unjust to revoke them. Mr. Brvan requested the Commissioner* to submit ?nine amendment to the section above quoted. This would put the section in s conference committee. Then the interested parties could appear befo.*e the committee and argue the cane. The matter was taken under considera tion by the Commissioner*. An Indian Boy'* Poem. The Pine ilidge correspondent of the New York Htnild writes: A bright-faced Indian lad, whose name I learned to be Eagle Eye. came to me and, handing me the following "poem," requested that I send it to the Herald. He had rend the Herahl while at school in Car lisle and wished to show what progress he had made us a literary scholar since his return here. He tells ine he was about two weeks "making" the "poem." It is entitled "The Close of Hos tilities' ' and reads as follows: The battle of Wounded Knee, It was a fearful ?i?"t?t to t**e. Ther** wag old liiK Foot's umd Fbrhtin* almost hand to hand. And old nmn Ki< kimr Bear. Uitta UUr Ko id. uiiute tU?ui|>t to swear; But American Hon*, our tnandiy man. bU' b a l reak he could not st*nd. Little WotiTi'l running in cloth, bin??* the liattl.* ti.rew off hia breech clout. And to Washington expects to tro. For Indian Wood no more shall now. In a Smoky Town. From th* Detroit Free Press. . "You'vejust come from St Louis, eh! How do you like the town?" asked one commercial traveler of another one a few days ago. "Don't like it," replied the other. "No?" "No; too smoky." "Oh, well.other cities are smoky, too. There's Cleveland, Chicago??" "But St. Louis is real smoky. "Yes, but " "I got iu at 10 o'clock at night, went to the Southern Hotel, went to bed. I hadn't slept for two nights and I was tired. Well. I woks up after awhile, lit a match and looked at my watch. Half-piist 11. Turned over and settled down for more sleep. Got to thinking; couldn't sleep: rolled over on the other side and tried it again. Couldn't sleep. Tossed around; 1 o'clock. 2. 3 o'clock. By this time I was scared: thought I was sick. Got up and opened the window. Ah! Smoke rolled in and made me *ick snre enough. Then I thought the house was afire and looked for the fire escape, bustled on my clothes, and then, by George! the truth began to dawn on my benighted mind. Jerusalem'. wasn't I mad when I went down to the office and found it was ( o'clock in the afternoon. Lost a whole dav's business: lost two meals, and paying W a dav; worried myself sick, and all because the light o' heaven can t get down into St. Louis on account o' smoke. No, I ain't over much pleased with St Louis." , "That reminds me," said another traveler, "of whkt a St Louis man (aid to me once. We were talking of theology and orthodoxy and all that?he was verv religious?and I asked him if he reallv believed there would be everlasting fire in the next world." "Why sayshe; "'tisbutastep. We have everlasting smoke in this." There were three little soft, rippling com mercial-traveler laughs and then the boys went off arm inarm. tare Rrtho Laundry Absolutely the Best nmludl Mi pur* mil of tutu ptrdfl Clmlmll to b pur* publuhfd on ?Twy Ulwl. (in trial ptotm It* JUM Household Authority. "In my schools and in illus trating- my lectures I have thoroughly tested all the lead ing Baking Powders, and 'Cleveland's Superior* Pow der has invariably given the best results." NEW PUBLICATION'S J)ICTIONABY TESTS NO. 2. INDIVIDUAL NEEDS. Its a* a piucttcnL lenl.? in-Ut, hutoncal and ptiUaAoglml work of n<?r?n *. <wm, | yet (nil, adapte the CENTUBY DICTIONARY to the | multifanoua uuUvidoai imlt of lu hod at parrhao m*. TheCESTtRY DICTION AEY to tlx mo* valuable addition 1 have mad* to my library in many year*. r kuLf, Of Simon WoU * Co. W? found the CENTURY MCTKIRltT of ml Tain* in our rrofeaaion. owinff not only to ita ao-urary of definition of wor<la at eenaral literature and law. tut to it* clear illuatreivma and explanationa of the lateet a. lentil, tnd tev iuii. al tertna BALDWIN. DAMDsoN * WIGHT. 1 .taut Attorney*. I hare found tha CTNTVKY DICTIONARY of wi] great Talua in iay work baa*. _ W. C. WE BUT KB, Chief Examiner of Civil Service VomuiMoa. The CENTURY DICTION" ?RY to conetantly on my deak.and for quick reference takeatiie pln? of all other di, tionanra aiul cyclopediaa. el. e|< in nwd to |nt aona. place* and historical evenra G. BROWN OOODE. Bec'y Smitheonian lnat.. in ban* Nat. Vtiara 1 ran hardly lniairtne any one not i reterrlnr the CFN TUKY DlC.IoNARY to any onehouk of ratarMoa Dow in existence LAI IU A FLINT. The CENTURY DICTIONARY baa proved of fraat aerrv-a. ? ? ? JAS KDU ARDtt. Of Edwards k Barnard. Vera I railed npoo to make a choice of any one acien tiflc work for retereuce for prufeauonal nee the CEN TURY DICTIONARY wotlit! be the work liRO *. PB1NDLE, Of Prindle k Ruaaell, Patent Attorney*. It to inch a DICTIONARY aa 1 have been iookina for theee many year*. ? ? " C. E. J OWN. It certainly haa no equal in Ita scop* and < <>mplete neea for a practical workimr Dictionary <>f our lan rua^e. and for the matter of that of inan y of tfeuee with which the F.nrliah lan.-ua.-e ta cluaely a lied. 8W AN M. BURNETT. MD. Ph.D. Thto to peculiarly true of engineering terma. ? ? Civil fnirtnaar. I have found tha CENT CRT DICTIONARY invalu able in every deportment in which 1 have uiade uae of it. DR. N. S. LINCOLN. It OFFICE. 1S23 O STREET. Abraham lincoln a history. By Nicotoy and Bay. Publielied liy the Oenlury Co. 10 octavo voluu.ee, aoout ;*m ]>airea each. Experienced .envjuatii .lea,red. v,M oniy by auto rip:ion. ' Cloth, *3; Sheep. *4. a ..l Morocco. per vol. 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YOUMANS", NEWT YORK. HENRY HEATH. LONDOH. CHRISTY. LONDON. UMBRELLAS. Iaaac Smith** "La Petfte" or WUklar-caae Umbrella. The aualleot roUinc Umhrelli made Mandeiberr't W'ater-proof Storm Ooata. Frea from odor and abeulutaly waterproof. a. a. stinemetz a son. HATTERS AMD FURRIERS. 1X37FA. ATE.. throcgb 41* 13TB ST. Wamsley & Nedwell. 325 NORTH CHARLES ST.. BALTIMORE. MD.. Will open at Wilted** Hotel Private January 27. and the enauuw aiak . tumee and Wrap*. Ball. Benptton and . ..... ??waa Carrtane and Walkinc Ooetume*. Tan Oowne aad spring AXD Order* taken ai G?, Obch IDS AJTO HOUSE FLAJTTS. AT ITDDII'I, SHE*. n? H-*. LlliUCMI & BlO.1 daily Brixsm. five* km rarocdad tW tennmkl mi ?*? Of til* (tar. ud ereTT i? inrlthadI* "" n*mrj abould Md raratuilr. and if ta BouMasaoa A faw liv Skirt, that wa want toxica* ant < tia M mt4r of Tina rwixtl Ink. With quilted aurah bottom. I. uark-d 43 * e will nu r?>m *u. 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