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TBE'EVEXING TIMES,' WASHINGTON SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1899.
Companies Under Command cf Lieut. IL Phelps,
Ensign V. It. Holman. Ensign O. D. Duncan.
Jailors of ihe Indiana.
Lieut. Commander J. (:. Wileon,
Coiniuandii.jr, and Staff.
Companies Under Command of I.ieut. T. Wash
ington, lieut. W. K. Ilarrfcoii, Lieut.
111 J. Zeigcmeicr.
Sailers of the Massachusetts,
Lieut. Cumnrrdrr K. Nilcs,
Commanding, and Staff.
Companies Under Command of Lieut. S. S. Wood,
Lieut. W. If. Shot maker, Lieut. V. Blue
Sailers of the Brooklyn,
Lieut. Commander 1). Maiun,
Commanding, and Staff.
Companit Under Conimsi.J cf Lieut. I. Shnp-on,
Lieut. J. G. IXttle. Lieut. J. 1'. J. ltyan.
Scient h Uatta'ion,
Sailors of the Lancaster,
I.ieut. Commander li. T. Houston,
Commanding, and Start.
Companies Under Command of I.ieut. W. B. Wliii
llese.i, Lieut. J. Mrjust. Lieut. W.
Companv from the Dolphin, Commanded by Lieut.
J. C. Cole.
BRIGADE, U. & ABMV.
,Col. John L Kcgcrs, 5th U. S. Artillery, Com
minding, and Staff.
Weit Toict Band.
Corps of Cadets, U. S- Mi -itary Academy.
Commanded by Lieut. Col. Otto L. Ilein.
Battalion of Engineer.
Companies C and D.
Tno Battalion cf Slh Artillery.
Commanded by Lieut. Col. Tuily ilcCrea, 5th Ar,
First Battalicn of Batteries A, B, M. and 0,
Second Battalion of Maltenea I, L, and X.
Battalion of Tth Artillery.
Con&irting of Batteries B, If, I, K, and L,
Battalion of Artillery,
Composed of Batteries II and X, lt Artillery, I,
th Artillery, and X, Tth Artillery.
Battalion of Mounted Artillery,
Composed of Siege Battery K. 5th Artillery, and
Light Battery C, "tli Artillery.
STATK OF NEW YUKK.
Coieroor Theodure ltoosetclt,
Commanding, and Staff,
Squadron A a ecort.
Commanded by Major O.iver B. Bridgman.
Brig. Gen. James JleLrtx, Commanding, and Staff,
Second Signal Corps a toort, Capt. Charles
IsaVor Baldwin, Commanding.
7th Hcgiment, Col. John G. EJdy.
23d lUglintnt, Col. Alexis Cutler bmith,
Hth Uegimnit, Col. Bertram Tracy Clajtun.
- 13lh lttgimcnt, Lieut. Co tJ.Oige 1). Huiid.
17th Separate CVwipanx, Cain. John F. Kltin.
td Batter, Firet Ucut. Gi rge Edsar Lain,;.
Tioop C, Capt. Charles I. l)e Bevoi:.
Biig. Gen Peter C Dojlc,
Cinnundii.g, and tetarf.
4 th isignal Corp as escort,
Capt. Cliarlea l'Jumli, Cmmanding.
Kith lleginicnt. Col. Sjmuel 51. Welcn, jr.,
74th 'Cecii'ii-nt, CoL Geoige C. l"o.
Provisional lttgimeet, Major lhijin Wilson.
Brig. Gen. ltolort haw Oliver, Commanding, and
3J Signal Corps aa escort.
Capt. Edward Jonathan Wheeltr, C mmanding.
2d Ilegimeiit, "Col. James lioiarc L'o.id.
1st Ktginivnt. Col. Holwrt T. Emmet.
I'ro istonal ItcRinieiit, Major James L. Hyatt,
Tenth Battalion and Fourth Battalion.
0th Batten. Capt Laurel L. Olmatid,
Brig. Gen. MeCW&j Butt,
CommanniBg. and SlzS.
DeU-i.meni lt Hnl Corps as ocrt.
23d ItegimeBt, Col. FranVlm Bartlett,
0:h K-RinKr.t, Col. Willum F. Morris.
t2th Ileginwnt, Col. George ltathbone Dyer.
let Batierj. Caj.t. Louis Wuidel.
Brig. Gen. George M ore Smith,
Commanding, and Staff.
Detachment ltt Signal C rp as escort.
7th ltrstnient. Col. Danul Appleton.
00th Ucgimtnt. Col. Edward Duff.
E'.li Kepniuut, Col. James Mo.gan Jariis.
71et Iteginwnt, Major William G. liaies,
id lSjtttrv, Capt. lUwd Wilson.
Capt. Jacob William Miller,
Cummanding, and SUIT.
1st XjvsI Battalion. Commander Wilhani
Butlw Duncan, jr.
2d Naval ISattaluii, Commander llobcrt
id Sejuiatc Naval Division, Lieut. Edward
Old Guard, City of New York,
Maji-r . Ellii llngg. Commanding.
Gov. Mone and Staff.
Brig. Gen. John W. fecliall, 1st Brigade, Com
manding. XEW JERbEY MILITIA.
Gov. Griggs and Staff.
Brig. Gen. 1. Fanner Wanser, Commanding,
Brigade, and Staff.
Col. Aleander IL I.awton.
1st Iiegimont Georgia Volunti-ert, Commanding.
Brigade National Guard.
Commanded by Col. L. F. Burjee, lt Begiment.
2d Company Governor's Horse Guards,
Comiiunded 1'V Major Lucems Ludington.
4th Regiment, X. -G.. Col. Uillard Howard, Com
manding 5th Iti-gmxct, X" G.
SOITH CAKOL1XA MILITIA.
Gov. 5L B. McSweeney and Staff.
Col. John D. Front, jr.. Commanding.
XEW HAMIWHIKE MILITLV.
Gov. Itollins and Staff.
Battalion of tix compant'S.
Commanded by IJeut. Col. E. IL Knight, FiKt
Hegiment X. G.
NORTH CAROLIXA MILITIA.
Gov Itussi'll and Staff.
Capt. J. J. Bernard, Commanding.
OHIO MILITIA AND I XATTACHED.
Gov. Bushnell and Staff.
CoL John C Speaks, Commanding.
Indianapolis Liglit Artillery,
Commanded bv Capt. James H. Curtis.
Gen. William Hcnxv, Adjutant General,
Col. R. M. Leahy. Chief of Staff.
Capt. D. Shclton, Lieut. V. Jcnfi,
and John Bushman, Aides-de-Camp,
Representing the Governor of the State.
Capt. G W. Butler, Commanding.
Col. F. G. Brown, AideUe-Camp.
Col. Wmfield Scott IYoskej, Cliitf of Ordnance,
Major E. H. Eldrcdge. Aidc-de Camp,
Representing the Governor.
Col. A. A. Wiley, of Alaliama,
Representing the Governor.
Company of Rifles of Coiiicana, Texas.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Kirn Battalion, Xational Guard,
Company A, Second Battalion, X. G.f
Capt. IX C. Edwards.
Company B, Second Battalion, XT. G.
Major Gen. O. O. Howard, U. S. A., retired,
Commanding, and Staff.
War Veteran Escort,
The Medal of Honor and the Loyal Legion.
Veteran Association cf the initli X. Y. Volunteers,
Second Duryca Zouaves,
Capt. Matthias Johnston. Commanding.
Veteran Association of the Fifth X. Y. Volunteer
Capt. Joseph II. Barker, Commanding.
Veteran Association of the Elc-cnth X. Y. Volun
teers. Col. Nicho'as Hartrnan, Commanding,
Veterans of Meagher's Irish Brigade,
Col. Jameo Quinlan, Commanding.
Veterans of Xew York Mounted Rifle Regiment,
Color-guard, driachment cf Medal of Honor
Men of the Lojal Leglcn.
Veteran Protective Afsociation,
CoL John Elliton. Commanding.
Veterans IT. S. Xavy Association,
Commanded by nenrv V. Porter,
Veterans of the U. S. Rrjrular Ann and Xavy
Col. Gcrrge App, Commanding.
Union Veterans' Union.
Col. I. II. O'Xeill, Ccmmanding.
First Mountwl Veterans of Xew York Cily,
Col. William F. Walton, Commanding.
Sons of Veterans,
Major Charles Vetter, jr., C mmanding.
Union Former Prisoners of War Association,
Veterans of the Civil War. not of any one of the
Maj'tGen. J. Warren KcilTer.
Commanding Yirtcrans Spaniih-Amcrican War, and
Col. John Jacob Astor and Staff,
Manhattan Volunters Snanikli-American War,
Col. William Henrv Hullrll and Staff.
Brooklyn Volunteers Sjiaiiish-Amcrican War.
Never has Xew Yorlc presented so beau
tiful a spectacle as greeted the multitude
this moraine;. The city is color and Dew
ey mad. cne vast kaleidoscope of rainbow
hues from the Richmond hills to the Bronx
up the Hudson River to the end of Queens
"He That Any Good
Should have good health. 'Pare, rich
blood is the first requisite. Hood's Sarsa.
parSla. by giving good blood and good
health, lias helped many a man to success,
besides giving strength and courage to
'women eoiho, before iasing it, could not
even see any good in life to 'win.
county. The sky line is a moving, breath
ing, throbbing vista of waving flags and
streaming pennants. This forenoon, and
long into the afternoon, the popular Ad
miral passed in review at the head of a
mighty host and received the homage and
Manifestations of love and admiration
which are his, "by right of conquest," .but
perhaps more nearly by right of diplomacy,
Cordiality and human sympathy in time of
peace. The city early was keyed up to
the fever point of anticipation and enthu
siasm. One could scarcely move from the
Battery to the mfar off edges of Harlem.
-There have been other popular heroes
In the history of this nation, but never be
fore has there been any such demonstra
tion In honor of one man. The navy's
third Admiral saw the city hero-mad yes
terday at the naval parade, but when he
passed down the boulevard riding ahead
of the men who made the victory of Ma
nila Bay possible and the nation glorious
he received such an ovation as no man
ever had before. Millions of voices shout
ed for him and millions of hands applaud
ed him. Surely the homecoming of the
eea fighter la unprecedented In history.
ICxcoc-aiujc Honor to Cneitar.
Nona of the Caesars of ancient Rome
could have had such a greeting. Even with
the coming of the dawn the crowds began
to gather. By them it seemed as if possi
ble vantage points had been pre-empted.
For hours they had been standing' patient
ly on the curb, waiting the movement of
the huge pageant at 11 o'clock.
yThe streets are thronged with a multi
tude of soldiers In dazzling garb, here to
pay individual and collective tribute to
a man of another branch of the service.
There were regulars and militia, and many
of them fought to complete the subjugation
of the enemy which Dewey began over a
year ago more than half way round the
world. The entire city is swathed and
shrouded with bunting.
The flags of all nations of the earth
floated from tall towers, and flanked the
walls of buildings. Shields and portraits
of Dewey-and the Olympia, and Farragut,
and Porter. and.Schley were displayed ev
erywhere, and there were many varied,
but all crimson, pictures, of the battlo of
-. I'resentcd AVItli ji Lovlns: Cup.
The programme of today's huge pageant
began aben at 7 a. in. a special committee
consisting cf Chauncey M. Depew, Wil
liam McAdee. Richard Croker, St. Clair
McKslway, Warren W. Foter, and Levi
P. Morton, visited the Olympia on the pa
trol boat to escort Admiral Dewey to shore.
At S a. m. .Admiral Dawcy reached the
Battery and was mat by a special commit
tee of fifteen, headed by William Berr. two
platoons of mounted police and two platoons
o Squadron A. At 8:30 a. m. the Admiral
and escort arrived at the city hall and on a
reviewing stand there the fighting Admiral
was presented with a solid gold loving cup,
a present from the city of New York,
Mayar Van Wyck reading a long and some
what tedious presentation eulogy.
3Inor Van Vj ck's Speech.
-In presenting the loving cup to Admiral
Dewey, the mayor said in part:
Your countrymen are interested in
and know every detail of your life.
Your joys, your sorrows are theirs.
They have traced your ancestry and
your character and deeds from the cra
dle rocked by the fond mother to the
Olympia rocked by the rolling 'waves
of the mighty deep. They listened
with delight to the story of the fight
ing Dcweys bravely doing their duty
in every war of their country for 250
years; of your pointing out, when a
mere child, to your father the pictures
in the clouds, of ships and battles, in
cluding the battle of Lake Erie and
the form of Perry saving his country's
flag in the disabled ship; of the de
votional impress stamped upon your
character by a loving mother; of your
struggle with the schoolmaster which
taught the necessity of disciplining in
the affairs of life; of your inherited
love few children and music; of your
alert, bright, and vivacious boyhood,
mingled with the mischievous but nev
er with the malicious; of your defer
ential respect for those of your moth
er's sex; of the romance of your court
ship and happy marriage; of your
service under Admiral Farragut in tha
Gulf squadron as the executive oEcer
of the Mississippi, when you plunged
iron shot and shell through the armor
of the Confederate ram Manassas; of
the sturdy and fearless manner in
which you defended your ship against
the guns of Port Hudson, and the quiet
and orderly manner in which you
abandoned her when she sunk, calling
for special commendation of your su
periors in their report of the circum
stances; that between wars, Farragut
for forty-eight years, and you for thirty-seven
years, devoted yourselves to
the study of your profession, and both
at the end of a long peace were found
fully equipped and ready to give xhelr
country splendid services and to raise
themselves to the highest plane of
fame and renown. '
The world stood enthralled and then
broke out in loud huzzahs, which can
never be silenced, when the electric
spark flashed the news over the g"obe
that on the 1st of May, 1S98, your fleet
had destroyed In Manila bay the Span
ish navy, silencing the forts and tak
ing the Philippine Islands, thus strip
ping the East of every vestige of Span
ish domination. Spain was that mo
ment conquered. The Pacific Ocean
was- that instant cleared of hostile
forces, leaving to the remainder of our
naval and land forces the task of
sweeping clean the Atlantic Ocean and
her islands of the depressed, half-fam-Isbd,
and scattered bands of Spanish
This all was accomplished in a naval
battle of less than seven hours, includ
ing the coolly ordered Intermission for
breakfast Not an American killed, but
two hundred Spaniards laid low, sever
al hundred wounded, the Spanish navy
destroyed; an empire lost to her for
ever. History records no achievement
of such superb completeness as the bat
tle In Manila Bay. .
This demonstration Is no mere trib
ute to a personal friend, a fellow-citizen.
It is a simple and deserved recog
nition of tribute due the public servant
who has proved himself grandly and
efficiently faithful to his country's
welfare and honor. You are called a
man of destiny.
You are but it is the destiny of -merit
and worth the conscientious
obedience to duty of one skilled in his
art and judgment.
Our republic has no reason to fear a
comparison of her sea fighters with
those of other nations. The birth of the
Republic gave her Paul Jones; the war
of freedom of ocean highways gave her
Perry, ana" the war for her morals and
Integrity gave her Farragut She points
with pride to anyone of this trinity and
says to all nations, 'Match him if you
can. The war against Spain, waged
for common humanity's sake in behalf
of her island neighbors, gave her
Dewey, who can safely be proclaimed
chief among the naval heroes of the
To the mayor has been assigned the
personally pleasant duty of presenting
to you, In the name of the city of
New York; the metropolis of. our coun
try, this loving cup, a keepsake, to
remind you from tine to time of her
love for you and her special pride In
. your deeds of valor which she believes
will for woa to come ensure full re
spect of all nations Ttnd people -for our
ctarry flag, whether flung to the breeze
over the men-of-war or the ship of
The Admiral in a brief extemporaneous
speech of reply .slmpjy thanked the. people
of the city cf New York for the handsome
gift His brief remarks were as follows:
Mr. Mayor It would ba quite impos
sible for me to express in words how
deeply I am moved by thia by all these
honors ona after ths other. This beau
tiful cup, the freedom of the city, this
great magnificent reception. I cannot
find words to say what I want to, but
speaking for myself and the gallant
squadron I had the honor to command
at Manila, I thank you from the bottom
of my heart
Schley, In tho full, uniform of a rear ad
miral, stood close by the side of Dow cj
during tho presentation and divided the
honors with tho cheering mas3 ol peop'e;
cheer after cheer being given for Schley
when ho was discovered. The demonstra
tion was a mighty one when Dewey was
drawn away in a carriage escorted by
Squadron A to take his place ml'.es off
at the head of the land celebration, and
the cheors were equally as mighty when
Schley, In a carriage a square behind the
Dewey escort, was driven through the
crush of enthulsasts. Rear Admiral Schley
was everywhere recognized, and the demi
ocitratioa In his honor today somewhat
made up for the apparent slight that had
been Imposed upon the man who was the
cruiser Brooklyn's chief commander at
the battle of Santiago." Schley, as modest
as Dewey, gratefully, acknowledged tha
bursts of enthusiasm in his honor. Samp
son was not present at the city hall dem
onstration, and as Schley was not on the
programme to appear there. It Is not
known how he broke through the "fight
ing lines." However, Dewey was pleased
to have him there, for he introducid
Schley to many on the platform, always
with the remark, "This is my dear old
friend, Schley Rear Admiral Schley."
Dlllex UeooKuizeil una Cheered.
General Miles, too, was there and the pat
riotic greeting Trcm Je.mu1tftude In hia
honor was a mo3t flattering one. There
was one disappointing feature about the
presentation of the loving cup and that
was the absence of 1,500 school children
,who had been 'drilled "to sing patriotic
song3 in the presence of Dewey. The Ad
miral, however, was again ahead of sched
uled time, or the time was changed at the
eleventh hour, and Dewey who is known
to love children drove away before the,
children arrived. A more disappointed lot
of youngsters could not be found on the
earth when it was learned that the Admi
ral had gone- fifteen minutes, before they
GoIiik: to the Front.
After leaving tho city hall Admiral
Dewey was driven to the foot of Warren.
Street, to which point the steamboat Sandy
Hook had been brought to take him to Riv
erside Drive. The Admiral and the mem
bers of the committee and some of the
city's guests boarded the Sandy Hook and
Squadron A, which had escorted them from
the city hall, proceeded to the parade ren
dezvous. The trip up the river to the land
ing point at the foot of 123th Street was
leisurely made and luncheon was served on
the way up.
On board the Sandy Hook besides the Ad
miral and Mayor Van Wyck, there were the
visiting governors. Rear Admirals Schley.
Howison, and Sampson, and other naval
officers, who were to occupy carriages in
the parade: the reception committee, and
a joint committee of the municipal assem
bly. The repast served on the Sandy Hook
took the place of the breakfast that was
originally intended to have been served
after the party reached Claremont. On the
way up the river the entire party was pre
sented to Admiral Dewey. The Sandy Hook
reached Claremont shortly after 10 o'clock
much before the, waiting crowd had dared
to hope that the Admiral would arrive and
he was greeted with acclamation from the
mighty assemblage of humanity, .waiting on
the hillside for the parade to start
SPANISH WAB VETERANS.
Pour Hundred Expected to Take Pnrt
In the Dewey Pnrnde.
The Indications are that the Spanish War
veterans will have a large representation
in the Admiral Dewey Reception parade
on Monday night. The Adjutant General
of the Department of the District of Co
lumbia issued the following last evening
for promulgation among the several camps
in this city:
The camps of this department, Spanish War
Veterans, Hill atsemble Monday, October 2, for
the purpose of participating in the reception to
Admiral Dewey. Camps will form line on the
south side of Louiaana Aienue, resting on Eighth
Street, at 5:30 o'clock p. m. Field uniform, with
campaign hat, will be worn. The march will be
column of companies, twenty-four front, unless
While the order specifies the uniform to
be worn, it is expected that those comrades
having only Darts of uniforms will nnmrto
Those having no part of a uniform are re
quested vo report In citizen dress to Major
Fred. S. Hodgson, at the corner of Lou
isiana Avenue and Eighth Street north
west, at 5:20 o'clock Monday evening.
They will be assigned to a position on the
left of the column. Reports received by
the adjutant general from the officers of.
the several camps indicate that there will
be over 400 Spanish War veterans in line.
The men are enthusiastic and feel proud
of having the opportunity of marching in
company with the Grand Army of the Re
public and kindred veteran organizations.
As the Spanish War veterans will occupy
the centre of the firet division, it is be
lieved that General Harries will assign a
band of music to head their column.
Final ArrnngrementM Made for the
Tho Dewey committee of the Printing
Pressmen of Washington met at Elks' Hall
last night and made final arrangements for
the parade Monday night Uniforms and
badges were agreed upon. All members
desirous of participating will report at
Elks' Hall Monday evening with uniform.
They will then be given their lanterns to
carry in the parade. Those not having
uniforms can get an order from E. D.
Shine, Government Printing Office, not
later than Monday noon.
THE WHITE HOTJSE BANQUET.
List of GueatH, IVot Yet Complete, Is
It was said at the White House today
that the list of guests tor- the -Dewey din
ner Tuesday would not be given to the
press before that day. The list, it was
stated, had not been completed, and it was
not unlikely that some changes would bo
made before Tuesday evening.
TO CURE A COLD IN, O&E DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine, Tablets. All
drucgists refund the money if jt, fails to cure.
E. V. Grove's signature Is on .each box. 25c
"When moral courage feels Uiat- it is right,
there is no personal daring of which it is incap
able." It does not require great "courage to de
clare Hcuricli's llaerzen, Senate, and Lager Beers
the best of all malt nrhop beverages, for they
embody all that is (fBfc.ial to purity, age, and
Strength. 'Phone C3I for a case.
"Nee Will Trust You."
Furniture, Carpels, Crockery, Bedding, Etc
I. J. -NEE, 7th & H Sts.
AWAITINS THE ADMIRAL
Pjansfortlie Capital Dewey Pa;
'gea'iit 'Nearly Completed. i
FiulHhinir Tonche Heine: Mode ly
Those -Iu Charge of the Affulr The
Cuiiliol Rotunda Subcommittee
lYnmed ToduyAVn (thins ton Civic
llodle tov .Make u Good Showing-.
An important change was made this aft
ernoon in the programme of the parade on
theday iWmiral Dewey will receive his
swwd. Chairman Moses spent some time
at-the White jjftouse this morning In con
sultation with tho President on the ar
rangement for the sword presentation and
the President said that he desired to show
the Admiral every courtesy possible and
he hoped that it could be arranged for him
to escort the Admiral to the" Capltol so in
stead of riding alone fa Mrs. McLean's
carriage, as- had- been arranged Admiral
Dewey wil) ride with the President In Mr.
McKinley's carriage. He will first ba es
corted to the Executive Mansion by Chair
man Moses, of the" "General Committee,
where he" will -find the President, Cabinet,
hi3 own staff, and visiting governors
The President and the Admiral will leave
the Executive Mansion together, followed
by the Cabinet; next will come the alde3
of the Admiral and the President, followed
by the visiting governors and in this man
ner the procession to the Capitol will be
formed, the military bodies occupying the
places In the line already assigned to them.
Washington Is donning gala dress in an
ticipation of the arrival of Admiral Dew
ey on Monday njght The streets are
gradually filling with new faces from oth
er cities and building after building along
Pennsylvania Avenue is being made bril
liant with flags and bunting. The com
mittee having the national reception to,
the Admiral In charge have been hard at
work all day In making final preparations
and before jnidnight all wilL be in readi
ness for the demonstration. The last
touches have been given the reviewing
stands, final Orders have been Issued to
organizations, rehearsals have been held
and quarters secured for visiting national
and State officials. " The members of the
executive committee are confident that
thousands of strangers will enter the Na
tional Capital to honor the man of the
hour and complete success is predicted to
crown their efforts.
Tomorrow the first details of uniformed
officials will arrive in the cltv and dis
tinguished parties are scheduled to arrive
on almost every train entering the city
on Monday. Harmony prevails in "very
quarter, and both the night civic parade
and the stately-military escort on Tues
day will be popular pageants of welcome.
'Ihe Hotttiulu' Subcommittee.
Chairman R. Ross Perry, of the recep
tion committee, named the following sub
committee, which will have charge of the
rotunda of the Capitol during the exercises
on Tuesday next;
Hon. Alvey A. Adee, T. H. Anderson, A.
B. Atkins, Dr. Frank Baker, D. S. Barry,
Richard W. Barry. Truxton Beale, Frank
V. Bennett, Montgomery Blair, Hon. J. E.
Boyd. Assistant Attorney General; C. A.
Boynton, Clarence A. Brandenberg, Hen.
Mark S. Brewer, F. S. Bright. Rev. Frank
H. Bristol, J. L. R. Bristow, N'. M. Brooks,
W. W. Brown, Frank T. Browning, W. B.
Bryan, Hon. W. J. Calhoun, Dr. R. B.
Carmlchael, John M. Carson, Hon. Judson
C. Clements, Rev. Thomas Conaty, Holmes
Conrad, Hon. Thomas W. Cridier, Judson
T. Cull, Samuel W. Curriden, W.
W. Danenhower, W. D. Davidge,
Judge John Da'Vls Hon. Wpbster Davh.
Johif T. DevineL George T. plihlop. Pro?.
John R. Eastman, Lloyal Farragut, Dr.
Robert Fletcher, Frank S. Gannon, Louis
Gartho, F. W. Hackctt, Hon. J. B. Har
low, Hon. W. T, Harrl3, Hon. Perry S.
Heath. Hon. David J. Hill, W. C. Hill,
Robert Hinckley. Capt. D. B. Hodgson,
Archibald Hopkins, Hon. W. B. Howell,
Hon. Henry M. Hoyt. F. W. Huldekoper.
Bishop John F. Hurst, Frank D. Huster,
Hon. Claude M. Johnson, Rear Admiral
Kempff, Hon. M.- A. Knapp, Gen. James M.
Longstreet, 3r. , F. B. Loring, Judson W.
Lyons, Dr. G. -Tl. Magruder, Commander
William K. Mayo, Dr. T. L. Mc
Donald. Nathahel McKay, David R,
McKee. Hon. W. R. Merriam,
Hon. John A. Merritt, Crosby S. Noyes,
Prof. Marshall Oliver. Aulick Palmer, A. J.
Parsons, Hon. Ferd. W. Peck, L. H. Poole,
Charles H. Poor. Hon. J. Addison Porter,
T. V. Powderly, Hon. L. A. Pradt, Hon. C.
A. Prouty. O. L. Pruden, Rev. Wallace
Radcliffe. Dr. J. E. Rankin, Richard Rath
bun, F. A. Richardson, Hon. Ellis H. Rob
erts, Hon. George E. Roberts, George W.
Rouzer, Joseph-P. Sanger, Hon. W. S.
Shallenberger, John Selden, Hon. O. L.
Spaulding, Charles L. Sturtevant, Rev. T.
DeWItt Talmage. Hon. John C. Thompson,
Thomas C. Trescott, Hon. Joseph W. Wads
worth. Admiral John G. Walker, Rev. John
D. Whitney, Hon. George W. Wilson, Dr.
The gentlemen composing this body are
requested to meet at the Rotunda of the
Capitol Building at 10 o'clock Tuesday
morning. M. S. Brewer Is chairman of the
First Division Formation.
Gen. Arthur Hendricks, Adjutant Gen
eral of the .first division of the night civic
parade, this morning issued the following
order and line of march for his division:
"Organizations participating in the Ad
miral Dewey parade. October 2, 1S30, as
signed to this division, will take position
lu the order named, as follows The "Old
Guard" Department of the Potomac, G. A.
R., Union Veteran Legion; Eighth Battal
ion District of Columbia Volunteers, 1861;
Department of the District of Columbia,
Spanish-American War Veterans. Fifth
Maryland Regiment, Veteran Corps,
Grimes' Virginia Battery, Regiment High
School Cadets, and separate battalion High
School Cadets, will form on First Street
northwest, right resting on the north side
of Pennsylvania Avenue.
The order of. the parade will be as fol-,
Marshal, Gen. Calvin Farnsworth, De
partment Commander, G. A. R.
021 Guard, Capt. J. M. Edgar, command
ing. Department of the-Potomac, G, A. R., A.
B. Greenwell, senior vice department com
mander,, commanding; B. F. Chase, Assist
ant Adjutant General and Department Offi
cers. Pnst Department Commanders John A.
Rawlins. Post No. 1, Hiram Buckingham,
commander; Kit Carson Post No. 2, N. N.
McCuIlough, commander; Lincoln Post 3,
George M. Rowo, commander; O. P. Mor
ton Post No. 4, S. W. Herbert, comman
der; George G. Meade Post No. 5, Asaph
Dodge, commander; U. S. Grant Post No.
6, A. D. Albert, commander; James A. Gar
field Post No. 7, William M. Sefton, com
mander; Bum3lde Post No. 8, A. F. Sperry,
commander; Charles Sumner Po3t No. 9, W.
H. Grimshaw, commander; Farragut Post
No. 10, Stanton Weaver, commander; Poto
mac Post No. IL, Gustave Kahlert, com
mander; John A. Logan Post No. 13, H. W.
Eno, commander;" Phil Sheridan Post No.
14, Jeff H. Jennings, commander; George
H. Thomas Post o. 15, B. R. Entrikin,
commander; -Henry Wilson Post No. 17,
John S. Hoover, commander; George U.
Morris Post No."l9, Rudolph Ullmer, com
mander; Lafayette "Post No. 20. R. M. Cal
houn, commandeer -Frederick Douglass
Post No. 21, JfVW-iButcaer, commander.
Union' "Veteran Legion, Col, -Hannibal D.
Eightlf'BattalloB' District of Columbia
Volunteers, 1S61, Capt. A. E. L. Reese, com
manding. " f1
Department of. the District of Columbia.
Spanlsh-iAmDricaji. War Veterans, Col.
M. Emmet Urell, commanding.
Fifth. Maryland. Regiment Veteran Corps,
Capt F. X. Ward,0-commanding.
"Hechts' Greater Stores."
Informal showing of" millinery
While the decorating and embellishments are not quite com
pleted.Cor oui formal "Opening'' next Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday, the showing of the millinery is read. And what
millinery! The creations of no previous season can compare with
those? to which we ask your attention today. Exquisitely
handsome hats from London, Paris, Berlin the cleverest concep
tions of the most noted milliners,, in those cities and a host of
productions from new York city, as well as hundreds from our
own workrooms. Come and feast your ej'es on their beauty and
freely express to us your opinion. " We await your verdict!
As a special "Souvenir" of this occasion we shall sell a lot
of Ladies Trimmed Hats of exquisite beauty and exclusive sty
lishness which we shall sell for 9.98 ' Iater
Special selling in
Lot of ladles' felt Rough Rider and
alpine hats, trimmed with, folded
scarf and knot, also with quill,
Lot ladles' and children's flats. In
blacks and colors will be offered
513-515 Seventh Street.
Grimes' Virginia Battery, Capt C. R.
Regiment High School Cadets, Colonel
Separate battalion. High School Cadets,
Organizations will assemble at C:15 p.
m., and must be prepared to move prompt
ly at 6:45 p. m.
The -fornmtion will be, for veteran or
ganizations, platoons cf twelve files front
at a distance of six paces, and fcr the
High School Cadets, and other armed or
ganizations, platoons of twenty-four flies
front at the same distance.
The guide throughout the march will be
left. The salute will be at a distance of
six pace3 from tho" reviewing stand and of
ficers carrying swords and all colors will
onform to this requirement Each com
mander and staff will salute and resume
the carry together.
Each ccmmanding officer will detail one
member of his command to act as aide to
the marshal of this division, to report to
him on the north side of the Peace Monu
ment corner First Street and Pennsylva
nia Avenue northwest
Officers are requested to wear side arms
and members of organizations will wear
their distinctive uniforms and white
gloves. Those without uniforms are re
quested to wear dark clothes. Grand Ar
my and other badges to be worn en ihe
left breast. There should be a full display
of post and camp colors and guidons.
The parade will ba dismissed at Eight
eenth Street and columns will break to the
right or left on the nearest route to the
place of rendzevous, but must avoid cross
ing the line of procession.
By command of
CALVIN FARNSWORTH. Marshal.
1 Hi tin Ofllcern to Assist.
General Harries Is arranging to have his
parade on tho night Dewey arrives not
only perfectly formed, but will see that it
will keep the formation and that there is
no confusion durj the parade nor r.t the
place where the parade forms. To carry
out this plan he has pressed into tervice
a number of trained officers of the District
militia who will assist him.
Major Eastman will ba his chief of staff
and the following majors will be stationed
along the line of march to see that the pa
rade as it passes is kept in order.
Major Harvey, at the Peace Monument;
Major Simms, at Four-and-a-Half Street;
Major Averill, Seventh Street; Major
Tierney. Eleventh Street, and Major Ou
rand. Fourteenth Street. Each of these
majors will be supplied with a bUycle
messenger who will carry messages for him
to the chief and the various marshals. Be
sides the majors, a number of captains
of the militia, will assist General Harries,
each captain being in charge of a division
and working with the marshal of the di
vision. The captains are: RIggs, Rob
bins. Cook, Hodge3, T. S. King. Grant
Wheaton, Tomlinson, and Young: General
Harries will also be accompanied by four
bicycle policemen who will ride near him
and execute his orders.
The Typographical Unioxi.
Those participating in the parade with
the Columbia Typographical Union are re
quested to meet in front of the Typograph
icll Temple, 423-425 G Street northwest,
at 5:"50 p. m., Monday, in proper uniform..
The line will be formed at 6 p. m. in the
Standard Bearer Former soldier and
sailor members Spanish-American war;
President Jones and invited guests; First
Division, Thomas W. Ha worth, marshal;
Second Division, H. G. Brown, marshal;
Third Division, D. J. Snyder, marshal;
Fourth Division, J. R. Alford, marshal;
Fifth Division, W. H. Van Bibber, mar
shal; Proof Room Division, E. H. Thomas,
marshal; Job Room Division, Mi!o Shanks,
marshal; Specification Room Division. W.
It. Gutelius, marshal; Branches G. P. O.
Division, T. A. Bynum, marshal; "Even
ing Star" Division, G. A. Meyer, marshal;
"Washington Post" Division, Francis
Bentzler, marshal; Washington Times Di
vision, W. E. DIx, marshal; Downtown D1-.
vision, including all book and job offices,
Frank Hart, marshal.
Chief Marshal! Harries, of the civic pa
rade, has sent the following letter to his
'"Please have the marshal of your organ-.
ization meet me in the rooms of the Wash-
Ington Board of Trade, 1410 G Street to-
day at 5:30 o'clock. A full conference is
absolutely essential to the success of the
The bookbinders of the Government
Printing" Office have concluded their ar
rangements for taking part in the parade.
They will be 2a0 strong, uniformed In dark
blue suits, white golf caps, white neckties, J
white bouttonier.es. and carry Japanaese
lanterns, and a large illuminated picture of
Admiral Dewey, with a large silk banner,
and other flags. William Charles O'Connor
Red Men in Line.
The Improved Order of Hed Men held
their final meeting last night, at' which
every trlba was represented. The com
mittee decided unanimously in favor of
participating In the parade given in honor
of Admiral Dewey. Chairman Dr. James
E. Bliss-presided and Great Sennap J. A.
McPherson acted as secretary of the meet
ing. It was decided to notify the various
tribes to assemble at the wigwam of Tus
carora Tribe, No. 5, Washington Hall,
Third Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, on
Monday evening, October 2, at 6 o'clock.
It was also decided that all members pro
cure theii-costumes and- trappings individ
ually. Past Sachem A. D. Shaw, of Tuscarora
Tribe, No. 5. was elected chief marshal,
and he appointed the following aides: W.
T. Free. Tuscarora Tribe, No. 5; John F.
Snyder' Ofjage Tribe. No. 6; J. E. Payne,
Seneca-Tribe. No. 11; H. W. Tippett, Mln
eola Tribe, No. 14; J. A. McPherson, Idaho
Tribe, No. 15.
SiacliiwlatH in tlie Parade.
The formation of Columbia Lodge, In
ternational Association of Machinists, in
the night civic parade wilt be as follows:
Band. Marshal and aides E. S. Stokes,
marshals J. P. Kane, John Hammerstrom,
W. H. Smoot, and John F. Frank, aides.
Flag W. J. Carter, bearer. Columbia'
Lodge banner. Officers Columbia Lodge
R. J. Jones, president; B. G. Ladd. vice
president; 'R. H. Lewis, past" president: T.
Lot of children's school hats, trim
med with band and quill wUl go
today for.............. ..40c
Lot of long eagle quills and wings,
In all colors, will ;go today
at t 19c
B. Lear, financial secretary; A. H. Chase.
recording secretary; Evan Stokes, treas
urer; Bernard Lawrence, sentinel; S. G.
Cole, conductor. Foremen, master me
chanics, quartermen,- and -leading men. M.
Lynch, marshal; EJ(L"' Tucker, captain
flrst platoon; Charles II. Squier, captain
second platoon; Edward Wolf, captain
third platoon; I. Ay.'of M. transparency;
J. J. Sweeney, captain fourth platoon; H.
G. Kerns, captain fifth platoon. Float, 4-
inch gun T. A. Holland in command.
Flag C. R. Starr, bearer: John Moore
captain sixth platoon; Walter Brecht, cap
tain seventh platoon; C. C. Love; captain
eighth platoon; George F. D. Rollings,
captain ninth platoon; I. A. of II. trans
parency; D. W. Beach, captain tenth plat
con; J. J. Siebert, captain eleventh plat
oon; Seaton Gorman, captain twelfth plat
oon; George Hall, captain thirteenth plat
oon; Charles Miller, captain fourteenth
platoon; Robert Hamilton, captain, fif
teenth platoon. Seven hundred men will
be in line.
AVIiere tlie Ofilclnlx Tl'IU Sit.
All the seats for the big reviewing stand
at Fifteenth Street and Pennsylvania Ave
nue have been sold and those who wi 1 oc
cupy tho front of the stand will be the rep
resentatives of the Xational Government
and the Governors and their staffs. In the
bos Immediately behind the prow of the
vessel will be the Admiral and'staff. Presi
dent McKinley and Cabinet. Chairxran
Moses, of the general committee; Chair
man R. Ross Perry, of the reception com
mittee, and one or two other notables,
about twenty in all. To the right of the
A'Imiral'3 box, as it faces the Avenue, will
be the Supreme Court Judges, and to their
right the committee from the United States
Senate; to the left of the box will be the
visiting governors, and to their left the
committee from the House of Representa
tives. Immediately behind the Admiral's
box will be a number of the genera! com
mittee, and to their right a large number
of navy officers, and to their left a big
group of army officers. Tho rest of the
stand has been sold to the pub'ls generally,
most of the seats having been purchased
by Government officials and prominent
business men, who will occupy them with
their families and friends. Seats have
been provided for about 2.1C0 persons,
nevicnlnjr Stand Decorations.
The work of decorating the big review
ing stand at Fifteenth Street and Pennsyl
vania Avenue is being rapidly pushed to
completion. The big blue admiral's flag,
with four white stars floats from the main
mast, and Tialf way up the mast are the
Words. "lRS-t Annannlln lean .!
The top of each of the thirty-four smalls l
masts is crowned with a wreath of holly,
with six incandescent lights around them;
a streamer flag, with blue field, and one
white star in the centre, and the streamer
of red and white hangs from the ton of
each of the poles. On the front row of the
p-jies are tne names of the various ships
the Admiral has served on. To the right
approaching the stand the name of
the Kearsarge; next to it the 'NarTagansett;
next Supply, Juniata. Dolphin, PensacofcC
and Olympia (flagship) on the end. To the
left flrst comes the Colorado, next the
Agawam, Brooklyn. Mississippi, Powhatan
Pawnee, and Wabash.
Representatives Driscoll of Unrvian
Minor of Wisconsin, and Burton of Ohio'
uave accepieo positions on the House re
ception committee. Governor Atkinson, of
West Virginia, stated this morning that he
will attend with fifteen members of his
The following new subscriptions were
received: Dr. J. W. Bulkley, $5; Barry
Bulkley. $5; Leo Simmons, ?5; Herman E.
Gasch, $0; H. P. Cheatham, $5; Erust Ger
stenberg, ?10; E. G. Shafer, ?20; C. J.
Bell. $20; Charles P. Scott, $5; J. IL Ash
ton, $25; Six Little Tailors, ?5; Thomcu P.
Five committeo meetings will be held
thi3 afternoon and tonight. The executive
committee will meet at 3 o'clock thi3 after
noon. 1'ontofEce Arranarenaentii.
All postal stations throughout the city
will be closed at 7 p. m. on Monday to
enable the employes to witness the parade.
On Tuesday one delivery will be made at
7:30 a. m. Mail for the departments can
be obtained at the carriers' window from
9 to 10:30 a. m., and public mail from 6
to 7 p. m. Stations A, B, C, D, F. and G
will be open from 6 to 11 a. m. and 5 to 7
visetobs begin' to.abbive.
Crovrtl Flock to tbe Points of In
terest aurt Kill Hotel.
Washington may not have a. million vis
itors to witness the Dewey celebration, but
it was very evident today that there will
be many strangers within the gates of
the Capital to see Admiral Dewey receive
the sword voted him by Congress.
All the forenoon and the afternoon the
streets of the ctiy have been thronged with
the early arrivals who spent their time
viewing the points of interest. Large
crowds visited the Treasury and were
shown through the vaults. The Washing
ton Monument was also an attraction to
several hundred people who came in on
'the morning trains from Richmond, the
Southwest, and Baltimore.
There was a steady stream of visitors to
the White House, who contented them
selves with a look into the East Room. A
Times reporter who made a tour of the
hotels was informed by the managers that
nearly every room had been engaged for
Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. And there
was every indication that tho city would
be well filled with strangers. The arrivals
today were principally from Pennsylvania,
Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia,
and North Carolina.
"There is only one real failure in life possible,
and that is not tabc true to -Hie best one knows."
Everyone knows that Heurich'si beer i best, and
all trc true to the good friend which Jlacrzen,
Senate, and Lager prorc. themselves. Fcr a case
of bottled bcer.pbonc CU, Arlington Bottling Co.
3 1 1 E- f apltol Street.
Seven Reasons Why Others Attend:
BECA USS it Ij th Ust
UECAUSK tlie instructors are experienced roea.
BECAl'SK tbe tuition ! the taoat reasonable.
BECAUSE the gradratM lecu-s good positiosi.
UKCAL'SE. upil in typewriting, by pajria;
f Fecial rate, wilt be presented with a new type
writer. UECAUSE thorthand students may take a short
conre in uookkxeplns without extra cost
BECAUSE over one thousand ituJenU have at
tended la the past two yeari.
Fall terra begins September a.
Usy and night sessions all the year.
Call and see u.. or send for a catalogue-
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Students ol this college have bo difficulty la
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Private Le&ons at Class Hates.
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Easily reached from any section of the city.
Visit the cchool or seed for catalotrue.
tea-lmo Y. MENEFEK. President.
Medical, Dental and Pharma
Thirty-second scsdon will open October -1 1333.
Prof. S. IL Watts. 31. D.. will deliver tha ad
dress at 3 o'clcck p. m. Profession and public
invited to be present. AH students most remo
ter before October II, 1S03. For information ap
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Evenis; lessens in draftinsr and mathematics;
begin September IS. at 531 7th st. ne. scS-lmo
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FOR BOAKDEKS AND DAY SC1I0LABS.
Classes will be resumed MONDAY, SEPT. IITTL
All hrancfaro of a solid English education thor
cuchly tac;ht; also Latin, ("reek. French, and
Gerrcan. Special attention paid to art and to
music vccal and instrument!, including stringed
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law book stores. Further information can be
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SEILEE In remembrance of ELIZABETH
One year, one weary year. Ob. can it be!
Daughter, one weary year have I mourned for
And yet I feel so fresli the pain
I count them over and over asain. '
Oh. for a look on that street face,
A touch of that vanished hand.
For a sound of that voice I Ioed so well.
That is cow in the promised land.
It BY YOUR LOVING MOTHER-
HAKE The funeral services of JOHN" W.
HANE; a-red seventy-six, who dfed September
20. will be held at the BjptUt Church Sunday.
Septcmher 31. at 11 a. m.. Tenleytown. It-era
FERGUSON Departed this life on Friday. Sep
tember 29. 1S99. at his late residence. 4J2 Fifth
Street sootlieast. LOUIS A. FERGUSON, beloved
brother of James IL and John W. Ferguson.
Funeral from Zion Baptist Church, Sunday, at
1 p. m. it
NICIIOLLS-ISAAC W. XICHOLLS. beloved
husband of Mary Myers Nicholls, and father of
Mrs. S. X Abbot, of Milford. Del., and Mrs. Wil?
Ham Richards, of this city, died suddenly at
his home. 21 S Street northwest.
Notice of funeral hcrcofteK. It '
CLEMENTS On Thursday, September 23. at 3; '
p. m., GOLDIE. dauRhter of Francis I. Clcmentsv '
aged fifteen years two months; and eight days; .
Funeral from residence of her sister, 2 M Street '
northeast. Saturday. Septcs&er 3ft; at 8 p. k. i
Friends invited. it