Mariage anouncement Grace Seligman and Henri Michel

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QO)t Stella v JpitOBtmt. .M, GOSSIP. "WHAT IT COST. TQ. .SEE. . THE; GRANT . OBSEQUIESTHE OlD BELL. OF THE" . isitoxirsD iruTCHi-aiuRCH-r-MEMOT . BLL.SK,VCE3. 7 AT V' MANHATTAN BEACH ROBERT t LAtBD -'COIXIM rjMT4TStALtJZATlb2i OF THB . SFNTIMKXTS1 OF feOUTOTRX iXKADq: "s-Brfxyijt.ANp fitz ugh lee i t MO ' DIVIDED yOKTIt-''' AND -'south , how-wedloceI to-unite . thk two! ' SECTIOSS 80CTTY, . afGAGEMKST3n Akb WNTKJTSr XEWi METROPOLITAN "MANAGER gECOXD PLAT, BY - MBS.'..VKBPLaNCK IUKKbUiX, re prill Correspondence et the Picayune. . - . . KEWTTOBaV Aug. 10. 1S86. The nearest estimate of the number of strangers who came here to witness the Grant obsequies is 350,000, and it is Relieved that an equal uuer of ourown citizens joined teaxmy of spectators. fLTee-quarters of. a million of people p.udoubtedlr saw . the Juneral procession in whole ot in part, and spent over $1,000,000 for the privilege. - At least one-half the windows along the line of inarch were let at an average .of $10. each, matin sr in round numbers $100.- C00. Tor seats oil stands .$i000 -were paid ;. for seats on tracks, $7000; for seats on roofs, $500;' for .carriage hire ia the same quest, $5000, and for car fares, refreshments, etc., more than fc'.XX).000. 1 1 doesn't 1 take Jong, for $ 1 .000,000 to change hands when a multitude is in motion.'- -zr .; - - . - at Garrison's has belonged to the family since the Kevolution, during which it was made into a barracks. Mr. Huger belongs to a well-known faoatn Carolina family. - - - - Kichard Howland Hunt, aon of the famous architect, went to 'Lurope not Jong ago to remain two years and complete his studies in architecture. His engagement to Pearl Carley, of Ixmis-viUe, is just- announced in Pans. He met his betrothed, who . is a prominent Southern belle, last summer in Newport, where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carley, were among the most princely entertainers of the season. Grace Seligman, eldest daughter of William Seligman, the banker, is en- faged to Henri; MicheL editor of the axis Le Temps. She will probably be married in Paris, and will have a dowry of 1,000,000. Fanny Lawrence, who recently married Lord Vernon, in London, has a fortune of half a million in her own right' Her. bridal trousseau cost JLCOOO. Fred Beach, of this city,. has been introduced to London society through ther, Viscountess Mandeville, and is supposed to be on the lookout for a rich English - girl. He was a medical student a few years since. Mrs. James Brown Potter is expected home from Europe in ft few.uij, is to take part in Mj open air pliy to be produced on vue grounds ot a Saratoga notei. " T. Henry French, the dramatic publisher and play broker who lately acquired a third interest in the Grand Opera House, .will -probably purchase the share of the Mallorys and become associated with A. M. Palmer in the proprietorship " and management of the Madison Square Theatre. Mr.: French is the backer of Chizzola in the Salvini tour, and his partnership in the plan to bring Coquelin here will net him one-half of the $10,000 forfeit which must be paid for the non-fulfillment of the French comedian's contract. . Mrs. Verplanck, the author of "Sealed 'Instructions," has written another play called Under the Sun," with the Assistance,

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 14 Aug 1885, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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