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- wra WASTTrNrGTOTTTMES. WETTOESDAY. 'JT7I.Y 4. 1894. .
THE WASBgDfGTpiSV'TIMES,, yEPESPAy JJ7J.X4. ,1894.
NEWSPAPER M INDICTED
r Grand Jnry Acts on the Cases of Ed
", wards and Shriver.
'TRIAL POSTPONED TILL PALL
Probability that the Senate Committee Will
Submit Throe Beports Allen Has Opin
ioni of Hie Own Lodge's 8weejing De
nial of a Sugar Stocks Story.
The erand Jury at 3 o'clock yesterday after-
boon came into criminal court No. 2, Judge
Cole, and through its foreman, Louis Hli
boum, presented indictments against news-
" paper correspondents John 8. Shriver, of the
New York Mall and' Express, and. E. J. Ed-
Wards, o! the Philadelphia Press.
The newspaper men were In court when the
. grand Jury came in.
The indictments were wor"ded like those rc-
turned against Messrs. Macartney and Chap
man, the recalcitrant brokers. After District
" Attorney BIrney had sppken to the court in
Reference to the Indictments and tbe amount
of ball to be given Messrs. Shriver and Ed
Wards were permitted to give bonds In 51,000
each. Eobert J. Wynne, of tbe Cincinnati
Tribune, signed for John S. Shrher, and
George W. Homer, of the New York Herald,
gave ball on behalf of E. J. Edwards.
Judge Cole stated that the counsel for the
defendants could appear in court about the
middle of August and enter demurrer. Judce
Sittenderfer, counsel for Shnver nnd Ed
wards, was not present, but it was stated that
he would be In court at the time designated
for the trial of the cases.
IXDICTJIEMS ABE SIMILAR.
The indictments set out, as In the cases
of the other indicted witnesses, by
Riving the history of the tariff
bill, the formation of the Senate
sugar investigating committee, nnd the
causes which led to the committee's action.
Clinplnps from newspapers bearing on tho
sugar trust scandal are shown, as also tho
letters sent by tho indicted, correspondents lo
their respective papers. The que-tions asked
both Messrs. Shrher and Edwards ure also
printed, and the refusals noted of tho ques
tions which they declined to answer.
Mr. Shriver refused to make known the
name of the Congressman who had gien him
Information concerning the sucar trust at
the Arlington hotel conference. Mr. EJ
wards refused to answer certain questions
which would have caused bim to betray the
sources from which he also received informa
tion that led to the publication of tho articles
on the sugar trust In his paper.
The cases against Messrs. Havemejer nnd
Treasurer Seirles will go over, as the grand
jury were Reused by Judge Colo immediately
after the Indictments were probated and
will not meet again until Sertembcr3 next.
Tho trials will probably not occur before the
Fallot tno j ear. The lawjcrs on both lies
will bne a prclimiuarv sklrm!h over the
questions of the jurisdiction of the Senato
snl tho constitutional right of any congres
sional committee to demand answers to ques
tions of witnesses, tl c replies to which, it
given, might imperil their business or per
The Senate ugar trust invetigating com
mittee held a brief meeting yesterday and
agreed under certain contingencies to ad
journ until nest week.
Penator Gray, chairman of the committee,
said that it had latterly been found Impos
sible for the eommittte to transact any busi
ness while the Senate was considering tho
tariff bill. "The report to bo made to the
Senate," he said. "Is now prerHred and prob
ably will be ready for presentation as soon ns
the full committee can pass upon it. The re
port, when made, will be brier. Jl he testimony
Is the best report, and that has already been
given to tho public" "
hO BTAnn-INO FEATEBES.
He further stated that outside of the refusal
of witnesses to-an-wei questions the- leti-4
mony In his opinion deeloped no especially
Interesting cr startling features, and inti
mated that the 'report would do little more
than call nttention to the faet.
The prospects now nre tlint there will be
three reports, oue by Senators' Gray andElnd
say, tbe Democratic members of the commit
tee; another br Senators Dans and Lodge,
and the third by Senator Allen, the Populist
Senator Allen did not sit with the commit
tee jesterday on account of the business in
the Senate, and he said In reply to a qut-stiun
that he could not say definitely whether he
could join with tho other Senators in a report.
It is known, how ever, that he entertains opin
ioLSupon the questions Invohed which he
will doubtless deire to hate cxpres-ed inn
reDort, and in which tho other members do
The other four members of the fommittto
discussed the subject matter of the prospect! vo
reports for an hour or more yesterday, and
while thfl question has not progressed so fur
that the Eepublic-m Senators hae decided
definitely to present a separate report there is
little room or doubt that they will do so.
benator Lodge denied in sweeping terms
Wlir NOT A TAUt OP
They Are Inexpensive Now at
Our Prices, viz.:
$1.19 for Ladles' ?! CO Oxfo-ds
1 89 for Ladies' U M Oxfords.
11.49 for Ladles' $-1 00 Oifords.
El S'i for Ladles' J3.C0 Blucher Shoes.
SI 13 for Boys' $3 00 Blucher Shoes.
JiB f or Men's $3 00 Blucher Shoes.
iXIO for Men's 8100 Low Kangaroo Shoes.
The aboro are all fair leather goods, but we'vo
tbe Blatt Oxfords aud Shoes equally low priced.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH.
919 F STREET.
Romance of La Rosine.
IT MAtJBICE OOEDOSi
The day was done, night fell upon the city,
a breeze stole over tbe roo's, house were for
the time being deserted ; those who possessed
gnr.,cns carried their chairs thither; the less
fortunate occupied doorsteps, and complained
languidly of tno heat.
Out on Rosine square, where every house
opt ned on tho street, and where one might
chat with the neighborhood from one's own
doorway, discussion ran high. II. Jacques,
the shoemaker, had observed that rain was at
fcnDd, whereupon Yasion, the jeweler, had
seen fltto"ser."';"Bain,!' h repeated scorn-
JUjij't "am join a trarajfjwn .eiyix.i i
- .- .. .r.. ". "?.' ' j,ii,?-.
' At ..Tt ui "iAfllJW
her Ihrm nnmvrr.to.SMASK-s!
"There is a oroverb whIclrJIo
! liee," murmurea Vassoni,"tbe course of true
Jovn fomeumes docs run smootn.
'Ah! When ceoplelareirich," put in a
the story that he had stated that he was con
vinced that fear members of tbe Senate had
shared la the results of the sugar speculation.
He said the Inquiries of the oorrm'ttee on
account of senatorial speculation had been
made as searching as it had been possible to
mako them, and added that he knew ot no
source from which to secun testimony other
than had already been given a trial. k
CONCERNS 01'" THE DISTRICT
Opening of Eighteenth Street Extended.,
Permits for Buildings W nter Mains
to Be Laid Excise Board Action.
The Commissioners have recommended to
Congress tho orening and grading of Eigh
teenth street extended from Florida avenue
to the Columbia road. The width is to bo
fortj-ihe feet, and sf,200 Is asked for the im
provement. The following findings by tho police trial
board have been npproved by the Commls
sioners: Policeman E. F. Jack, neglect of
duty; not guilty. Policeman Martin Kilfojle,
gross neglect of duty; lined 10, Policeman
Samuel L. Nelson, neglect of duty: fined 810.
Tho building inspector reports that during
the month of June there were-Issued 112 per
mits for new buildings and Hfi repair per
mits. These were also 190 miscellaneous
permits issutd. lteceipts, 9591.50.
Tho Cominiidoners jesterday ordered that
a water malu be laid In l'arragut street from
Brightwood to Sherman avenues and a fire
plug and publio hjdrant be erected at the
corner of Fnrragut "street and Sherman ave
nue. They also ordered water mains to be
laid In Second jstreet between II and I streets
southeast and I street between Second and
Third streets southeast.
James M. Toston, William J. Hough, John
Wagner, F. L. Waguftr, nnd William Davies,
residents of E street, near Sixth street south
west, have petitioned the Commissioners to
put a stop to the jelling of Jce men on Sun
dajs. They savin their petition that tho Ice
men beciu "their unearthly jells before C
o'clock In the morning, after which there Is
no cessation until bedtime."
Police-Surgeons W. D. Cannon nnd J.Kam
seyNuitt have been granted leaes of ab
sence by the Coinmi-ioners, the former for
thirty dajs and the latter for seen days.
Building permits Iued yesterday: Henry
C. Anderson, to erect No. 1110 K street
southeast, to cost 52,000, J. T. Levi, to erect
housa on lot 27, block 23, Brightwood Park,
to eo-t tl.COO; W. C. Duvall7to repair No. 829
Seventh street northwest, to cost eSOO.
The new police regulations nre ready for
publication. A suggestion by tho attorney
for tho District tb.it tho maximum flue for a
violation of tbe regulations be placed at $20
will bo adopted by the Commissioners. ,
Timothy r. Killigjn has been apnointed a
probationary fireman by the Commissioners,
vice William T. Hennck', dismissed.
W. B. Stevens has asked the Commissioners
to detail policemen at the bathing beach to
prevent men from bathing unless attired in
Tho excise board jesterday granted a
w holeaale liquor license to Joseph A. Gamble,
No. 1130 Thirteenth street nortuwest, and a
retail liquor license toTheo. Felter, of Welcfc
er's Hotel, Xo. 721 Fifteenth street.
The Commissioners have requested Vice
President Sehoepf, of the Ecklngton nnd
Soldiers' nome railroad, to run his company's
ears on n flve-minnte schedule between 8.15
and 8.45 a. m. westward.
AFTER THE GARBAGE MAN.
Citizens of Georgetown Complain, but Get
Citizens of Georgetown are after the garb
age man. They arc indignant that the con
tractor should permit his drivers to convey a
cartload of festering refuse through the
streets in this superheated weather with lids
wide open, nnd they are amazed and more
than indignant that when the attention of
the drivers Is culled to tho matterthey should
recelto an Insolent, Insulting response. Iney
complain to tbe police, but, as is claimed, un
der the interpretation of the ordinance gien
by Judge Kimball not long ago, the officers
are powerless to prevent it.
Complaints keep coming in to Lieutenant
Swindells at the poli e station, and occasion
ally an officer remonstrates with a driver,
only to hae have his admouition ignored.
Oue of the men released by Judge Kimball,
when advised since to kejp hi cartclosed,
informed the officer that if arrested he would
beat him swenrlug, as he did before.
A complaint that was filed estcrday was
from Mrs. Robert B. Tenuj, of No. 3103 Q
etrnet iinrflirresf. Mra Tptinv q?la that nn
one occasion sho jiohtely asved a driver to
close his cart while parsing her residence on"
account or the effector the horrible odors
upon a sick member of her family, but he im
pudently told her bo would leave the lid up
when he saw fit, nnd that he would not close
it until he bad finished that square.
New York Harbor Obstructions.
Tho Secretary of War estimates that an
appropriation of 111,000 Is necessary for tbe
prevention of obslructiv o and injurious de
posits within tbe harbor of New York and ad
jacent waters, and sent a communication to
this effect to the ben ate'j esterday.
RECORD OF THE COURTS.
Egcrrr Contr, No. i. Justice Cox Moore vs.
Hone; sale ratified finally and reference to au
ditor ordered. ilorrit;an vs. Horrlganr Mary
llorrisnn appointed guardian ad litem, valter
ts. llrewer; pro confesso vs absent adult de
fendants; 0. K II. 31rckey appointed euardinn
ad litem. Clark ts Clapp; pro contesso vs. in
fante vacated. Also In case ot Clark vs. KaufT
manu. Hearst vs. Wedderburn; Injunction
printed defendint to close business under direc
tion of complainant's request Baker vs. Baker;
divorce granted. Greason vs. Palmer; sale to be
made on two days' notice to parties. Uroue vs.
Jlatsway; W A. ileloy appointed trustee and
sale ni"l ordered. Brudshaw vs Brads'iaw; tes
timony before Robert -I. Murray, examiner,
ordered. Curtis vs. Curtis; testimony before C.
Ingle, examiner, ordorcd. McCormick v s. Ham
mersley; sale decreed; Hoeallng, Colbert, and
h. it 1 horras. trustees.
Eqcitv Cockt. No 2. Justice Hacner May vs.
May; on beanug troellth vs. uorman; com
plainants ordered to give security for costs,
ssandsvs. Burns et, at; order that complainant
pay into court 42U In re Mary M Phelps, guar
dian; order for xroduetion f Infant in court.
Ciclden et al vs (.olden; leaTe to dismiss bill
as to certain defendants; amended bill granted.
Muedcrvs. Fowler; restraining order return
able. cikcctt Cockt, No. 1. Chief Justice Bingham
W I Butler vs. I A. Lodge; Judgment by de
fault. Circuit Couiit, No !!, Chief Justice Bingham
Bryant et. al vs. Vasamgton and Georgetown
Kailroad Company; motion for new trial; ver
dict set aside nnd new trial orderod. Duffy et
al. vs. McOill; motion for condemnation. Cran
well vs. Schneider; motion for additional secur
ity ordered by July IT, 3891, otherwise property
to be returned to defendant. Baer vs. Allen;
motion for Judenient under T"id rule submitted.
Criminal Coubt. No 1, Justice Cole United
States vs. hlisna J. Ldvt ards and John S. Shriver,
violating section 102, Iteviwd btatutes of the
United Mates; plead net Kuilty; bonds in 91,000
each to appear for trial. In re Maria Cole; Jury
to return sealed erdlct ThursdaT morning next
Criminal Court, 2'o. 2, Justice McCcmas
Jvo aslsnmenL Adjourned tlU'lhursdiy.JulyB.
Orphans' Coukt, Justite llagner In re guar
dianship ct George Louis Dominique Antoine
dnGeofrey and Jules Framos Gecrge de Geof
rey; account of special guardian, Alice L. Klggs,
reierred to auditjrtosucgest equal distribution.
The amount ti be distributed Is 40 001.0.J in cash
and $J6,2G3.'?7 in stocks, bonds, and notes. In re
es'a'oof Charles W. Collins: order trranted for
lsmance of letters of administration toOsceola-i
U Green; loads, $400. Also consent of Andrew
J, Collir.8 tithe aopolntnicnt ot Osceola Ct Green
as administrator. In re estate of Frank XL Will
iams, claim or Jlrs. Enler . Uurtou rcr $1,0J0
against the estate. In to estate of Leonard
btoue; will filed for probate.
"Ho 13 handsome," said 5L Jacques, "in
the American way. It is a pity he is not
"Mademoiselle ban angel. Now If monsieur
were a prince."
"A prince! and why should a paliry prince
Come, monsieur, it is too-hot to quarrel;
let Marie be. What say you, Marie, to a walk
in the square?"
She rose and followed Pierre, her lifelong
friend, her balf-avowed lover, down the quiet
street. Beneath tho de la Maure balcony they
paused; behind the vines they distinguished
the figures of the lovers. The two head3, one
so fair, the other dark and smooth, were close
"It is a good thing to tie rich," he said,
pointing over his shoulder.
"0, Pierre," cried she, "it is not money that
makes us happy."
"What thenr" r" J!L
"Tou know.i-I-need net tell TOU.r,.,3,,SL:5X
bulvAHncr tn llin ' !
onTSf-rftaR6arie'8 iboulder. She
caught it and stuillect-tt lovingl " c
"Myrtle!" cried Pierre, guessing her
thoughts, "that means a wedding."
PROPOSED ISSUE OF BONDS
Cithens' Views of the Need of New
Sewers and Streets.
BUSINESS MEN WHO PAV0R IT
Washington Should be at the Front, Hot in
the Bear of Progressive Cities Sickness
Caused by Bad Sewerage Give Working
men Something to Do.
The inquiries made yesterday upon the pro
posed issue of bonds for tho improvement and
extension ot the sewage and street systems of
tho District were confined to the businesi
men located on Pennsjlvania avenue, between
Beventeenth street and Georgetown.
The sentiment expressed Is In the main fa
vorable to the loanupon thegrounds that the
improvements are needed upon sanitary con
siderations, afid that tbe expenditure ot the
money will benefit the working people .by af
fcrdlng remunerative employment at a time
when it is most needed. Following are the
0. Witmeb, ot C. Winner A Co., dealers in
fancy groceries, No. lOlSPennsylvanla s.6
nue northwest: "If the money is properly
"disbursed it will be a great thing for the city.
Other cities not as large as Washington are
constantly extending and improving, and the
capital city of the country should bo In front
and not at the rear of progress. One thing
we snould bae is plenty of water good
water. I am In favor of the loan, and the
sooner tbe expenditure is begun tho Uetter."
J. W. Seuiv, dealer in clothing and boots
and shoes, No. 1805 Pennsjlvvnla avenue
northwest: "I am In favor of It. I believe It
will be a benefit to the city. I believe one
half the sickness of the city Is caused by bad
sewage. I believe in giv Ing the worUngmnn
something to do, and that will put money in
pnorEs thixo to do.
Ge6boe E. Boenb, grocer and produco
dealer, corner of Twenty-sixth street nnd
Pennsylvania avenue northwest: "I believe
it would be a proper thing to do. It Is good
one waj, and may be bad another. It would
give employment to people, but tho taxpay
ers will have to pay the expenses, and it may
prove to bo a bard bill to meot But the ad
vantages are in giving working people some
thing to do while times nre bard, and in add
ing needed Improvements for the benefit of
the city and thebealth of the people. Con
sidering everything, I think It ought to be
done. There Is one thing to be considered,
and that Is that the heavy taxpayers who
own property are generallj- able to get along
when times are dull, but tho laboring people
often have trouble and find it difficult to pay
rents'aud keep up other expenses. Anything
that can bo properly done to prevent or re
lieve distress I am In favor of."
William T. Used, dealer in fancy grocer
ies and produco, Nos. 1833 and 1835 II street
northwest- "I think it would bo a sensible
thing to do If tbe expenditure is Judiciously
made so that it will benefit the people and at
tbe same time have the terms under which
the bonds are issued so arranged as to pre
vent the repayment of tho money from becom
ing a burden."
Philip II. Ward, dealer In fine groceries,
corner Twenty-second and K streets north
west: "I am In favor of the Issue of the
bonds. We need the Improvements and we
need money, and I do not see how we can
Ket either without borrowing."
A. M. Tubman, dealer In wall papers, corner
of Seventeenth street and Pennsylvania ave
nuenorthwest: "I do not think It will be good
policy to incur additional debt end Increase
taxation when there is already a heavy debt
upon the District,"
benefit would be twofold.
F. A. Schneider, dealer in hardware. No.
17C3 Pennsylvania avenue: "I think the bene
fit would Be""tw5fold. It would glve'employ
mmit and put money in circulation, and at tho
same time make improvements that will or
should have a good effect upon the publio
II. TtraiELTV, dealer In coal and wood. No.
2C18 Pennsylvania avenue northwest: "I be
lieve It will be a good thing, nnd if something
is not done soon it will be an awful Winter for
some people. It will give work to those who
need if. Then the Improvements, especiallj
to sewers, areneeded Just look at Bock creek.
I was crossing the bridge last Sunday and tbe
stench wa3 awful. There Is a matter that
needs attention immediately, and a part of
the money obtained by the loan should be ex-
fiended in that work. A halt a million dol
ars could be spent there with profit, and the
land that could thus be reclaimed would more
than pay tho expense. If something is not
soon done we'll have cholera hero or some
thlnglelse as bad."
N. Hilliard, dealer in'wood and coal. No.
1744 Pennsylvania avenue'northwet: "I al
wajs believe in making improvements where
it enn be done Judiciously. It is a question,
however, whether tho increase in taxation
that would result from the Interest on this
loan and lis repayment can be safely assumed
Marriage licenses were granted yesterday as
follows: Woodson Davenport and Fannie Green;
Julius E. Fout and Jennie IL Spies, Charles
Phillips and Annie Nenmnn; William E. Simp
son, Charles county, Md., and Lillian F. Ed
wards, bt. Mary county, Md.: John F Freeman
and Alverta Taylor, W illiam F. Broxton, Charles
towu, W. a., and Helen A, Dabney; Petersburg,
a.; George W. Ilicks and Ella F. Loucester;
John W. Walker and Sarah Johnson. Falls
Church. Va.; Henry M. Stelnert and Itosa M.
Ubhoff; Augustus C. Wrenn, 2ow York, X. Y
aud Ida Mrginia Kemp; James Henry Bur
roughs and dle Pansey Dockenny; George
Copeland and Mary Bruce; Tbaddues T. noddy
and Minnie T. Rover; Abraham L. Smith and
Itosa Carroll; Charles E. Morgan, of Baltimore,
and Alice Adams, Cincinnati; Vi Illiam J. Hen
derson and Goorgeana Bluett; George White
and Sally Flolentz; George Thomas and Julia
1 nomas; Israel Grecnbaum and ltegina Stern;
Charles Smith and Georgia Marbury.
The follswing men have been accepted to
serve on tho police court jury during the
months of July, August, and September:
Robert Ellis, Ilenry J. Moadows. John A.
Gibson, B. F. Vernon, Frank P. Wheeler,
George Krnff, Scott Devino, P. L. N. Thorn
ton, George It. Bidgway, William F. L Eaton,
Edward Do Moll, Erastus Stevens, Bernard
E. McCann, Peter L Clark, Charles Lemon,
Edward Toust, Ilenry Kaum. WMliam Hum
phreys, J. H. Bundy. Henry Bujne, Arthur
W. Fairfax, nnd W. O. Berryman. Four more
jurors are jet needed to complete tbe panel.
Sfltolli's Policy Approtcd.
Home, July 3. The recent reports to the
effect that the Pope had appointed a commit
tee of cardinals to consider the policy pur
sued by Mgr. Satolll in the United States Is
authoritatively declared to be unfounded.
They are merely a revival of former rumors.
In Vatican circles it is asserted that Mgr.
Ritolli's policy Is directly approved by tho
"Charles," Jeanne de la Maure was saying
at this moment, "do not go to-morrow. Last
island seems so far away, and Pere Francois
says that In rough weather the journey Is full
"In rough weather, perhaps."
"But you must not laugh; everjone thinks
that a storm is brewing; don't jou feel It In
the air?" t
"My love, did I follow my wish, nothing
could drag me awny; but Door Keid's letter
was so despondent, I think I ought to go to
him; Jie was very good to me once. I can't
hear to think of his dying ont there alone,"
"Dying?" repeated Jeanne.
"Yes, and his life is .ebbing away to the
muslo ot flutes and the laughter of the
"Dying," she said again, "so young!" Her
eyes ailed. wlthtears.v"Poor, poor fellow.
GCte hlmCharles, I shall not-tkeep"'youj
.tllJMTJteriTjsaB; hot. my.darlUuRl
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3"Tot,w not be long, monnher?" . H-
o"A, lonaignt, ana a.wiu retunu." - t
,. But a lew days later the country thrilled
With the tidings from Last island; a storm,
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POWELL DOUGLAS-On June 2C. 1891, by tbe
Rev. Thomas G. Addison, at Trinity P..F,
churen. Lvektov B Powell and Iiibsl "IL
Dornus, both of Washington, D. a
WEBB-BALL At noon Monday, July 2, 1S9I,
by the Rev. Clarence W. Bispham. LtsDa
Hrrcui.vsov Bill to Jons Sidney Webb, at
ths veeWenee-of tbe-brkte's motber.31rs. E. C
BKEK Mr C. T. .M. 1UCEK. sr., long a re
spected citizen of Georgetown, D. C.. died sud
denly Jul) 2, isai
Funeral services from Grace Fp'scopal church,
Georgetown, at 4 p. m. to-morrow. Interment
at Oak Hill cemetery.
BEALL-On July 3, 1WJ, William Deiix, of
Prince George's county, Md , aged SO years,
funeral from 8J7 Maryland avenue northeast
to-morrow at 10 a. m. Friends aud relatives In
vited. BRADBURY Early on Tuesday morning, Sd
instant, 1814, at the residence other dtughter
Mrs.M B Piatt, 36 Myrtle street! after a long
illness, Mrs. Out r. O Bradbury, widow ot the
late ltev. John Bradbury, in the 81st year of
Funeral from North Capitol M. E. church (cor
ner North Capitol and K streets) Thursday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Interment at Congressional
cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
BYRNES-JulyS, lfH, Bessie, Infant daughter
of Edward SL and Emma F. Byrnes.
LIBBEY On July 3, 1894, at 2.80 o clock a. m ,
Helen .Tohnstov LtBBKY, daughter of J. Ed
ward and Emily F. Llbbey, In the 24th year of
Funeral from her parents residence. No. 3053
P street, Georgetown, D. C, to-morrow at 5
o'clock p m Relatives and friends Invited.
Please omit flowers.
JOHNSTON On Saturday, June 30, 1894, Elwiv,
youngest child of Ella M. and Frank V. John
ston Interment at Alexandria, Vs.
MILLS Tho remains of the late Alovzo Mills
wilt be taken from the vault at Oak Hill and
interred at Alexandria, Va., on Thursday, July
S, 1891, at 12 o'clock.
RANNEY June 29, 1S94, William H, Rastet,
aged Hi years.
Buried at Congressional cemetery. (Buffalo
papers please copy.)
SMITH Harold Hesbv Smith, Infant son of II.
W. nnd Carrie V. Smith, died June 30, 1894, at
Rives' station, of cholera infantum, aged 1
SVEDBERG On July 1, 1894, at Sterling, Va,
after a short Illness, Carl Olof, youngest son
ot Johu A. and Hedwig Svedberg, aged 7
months and 17 days.
WEST On Monday, July 2. 1894, at 10.30 p. m ,
Dolores, infant daughter of Edward C and
Clara D V est, aged 4 months and 7 days.
WOOD At datlands, Loudoun county, Va., on
July 1, 1891, Fa En K M ood. Infant daughter of
Lieut- M. L. Wood, U. S. N., nud Mamio Green
ood, aged 4 months and 3 days.
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unparalleled in violence, had broken upon
the resort; the hotel and cottages were scat
tered like houses of cards; the pleasure craft
aloug the beach destroyed; the island itself
The adjacent islands were strewn with
corpses; many perished never to be heard of
ngain, among others Charles TJcane, Jeanne
de la Maure's lovr. The survivors, a broken
hearted band, were eloquent in praise of him;
hehadsaed many lives before losing bis
own, and was last seen swimminjr toward the
life-saving boat with n child in his arms.
Being n daring swimmer, but little fear was
entertained us to his safety; he was, at first,
thonght to have found refuge on one of the
KUlf islands, or to hare been picked up by an
outgoing vessel, but as time went on, bring-,
ing no tidings, days 'drifting Into, weeks,
weeks Into months, bis,, -death was reluctantly
accepted"hy his-trteftdi. &&& 'ss.f
javen-qnnnc ass m .assure, wnoovjiaitaiiu
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HARBAtnil'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP A
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JT. WALKER SONS. 204 10T1I ST. N. W.
Falnta and brushes' very cheap; ready
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of Carpenters nnd Joiners, meets every Mon
day evening at 43 12lh eL nw
FIREWORKS TRADE SUPPLIED AT THE
lowest prices lu any quantity,
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AMERICAN SECURITY & TRUST CO..
1405 G Street ". V. C J. BELL. President.
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
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Executes Trusts, Furnishes Safe Investments,
Pays Interest on Deposits, Loans 3Ioney, Pro
vides Safe Deposit Boxes, Rents Rooms In'lts
Fire-Proof Offlce Building.
Bkainakd II. Warner, l'reldent
John Jov Enos, Ice President
Jonv A. SwofK. Second ice President.
Jonv RC Uuiodv, Treasurer.
Andrew Pakwek, Secretary.
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Telephone, 31L mhliMy
THE McLACIILKN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN
Corner Tenth and G streets northwest
Incorporated capital, $150,XL
Real estate. Insurance. Rents Loans.
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pany,wlll lend you tJ) and upwirdon furni
ture, pianos,horse3, wagons, &c,;no publicity and
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Chapel for Funeral Services
Ha obeyed wonderingly.
"Now, my father." speaking in quick,
eager tones. 'Jwho are so wise and. good,
tell me. will I be doing wrong to enter a
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'My child," said the priest, "we must con
sider. To act upon Impulse would be wrotis;
there must b preparation and probation.
Shouldxyou hesitate Lefore taking the ljst
vows there will be yet time for jou to with
draw." "I shall never wish to do that,"
They were nearing borne; n sadden turn
had brought them insight of the square; tho
syrlngas-werB In bloom; the long grass whija
with clover: the air was lull ot cheerful
sounds. ' r t v , ' ."'
?PerePraicois, most grateful ot men. turned
tstnnlpU In l,Ta AnmnjulinAl?- -" 7 .. -.
led her weeBinietiD HiSsterM.'
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TVrEW NATIONAL THEATER.
1 Every Evening aud Saturday Matinoa.
Sixth Week of the Comedy Season.
A Bachelor of Arts.
Reserved seat), 23, SO, 75a AdmlBslun.g5a.
in' JNextweek AXARABIANJNIGUT.
JT-ERNAN'S SUMMER GARDKN
AV Every Evening, from 7 to IS.
" LAST VKK OF
Female Walking Match.
Dally exhibition br
ProLW. A. HOAOLAND.
. 23 Cento.
KERSAN'R BARE BALL.
WEDNESDAY, FOURTH OF JULY.
WASHINGTON Va ST. LOUIS.
-AT ST. LOUIS.
Two Games 10 80 a. m. and 4.S0 p. m.
The game In detail. Every minute of the game
illustrated- Tbe score by Innings of aU tho clubs
In the le&gne.
Admission , 10 and S3 Cents.
ALtSAUGH S opera iiocsc
EDWARD II. ALUK. Manager.
Cooled by Electric Fans.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK AND SAT
URDAY. Great Success of
The Mid-Summer Show.
"Swelldom enjoyed the Innovation thor
oughly. Evening News.
"In truth a refined entertainment Evening
"Hits the popular taste." Washington Post
"Strictly the proper thing. oshlngton
Tbe following talented artists will appear this
Miss IlELENE MORA.
tlEOROE n WOOD.
DASHAWAY AND MOUL'ION.
LA PETITE FREDDIE. .
MONROE AND MACK. '
New Series of Living Pictures, Including the
Dance Hour In the Temple of Dionysies.
Prices: Lower floor, referred, 75c Balcony,
oue uenerai admission, sua uanery, sac.
Fourth of July Picnic.
Grand Picnic of St. Jeroir o'a Church of IXyatts
Tille. all day ana evening, at W In a Woods, west
of llyattsvUIe. iluslc and dancing, llerdlcs
leave K & O. depot nt It 15, 3jS, 4 2J, 5.35. &
p. m. Former student, of Gouzaga Collega will
meet nt 7 p. m. Fare cents eath way. It
OLDDOIINil jdem CLl
on tbe grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races will be run each day. First race at
2.30 P. M.'
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at liM
ondltOp m. Returning at 5.10 and 5. SO p in.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - -' SO Cents.
BED, WniTE AND BLUE AND THE GREAT
DVY WE AMERICANS CROW. I
Follow the Crowd and Celebrate at
NOW IN ITS GLORY,
The Most Beautiful Place that
Smileson the Historic Potomac.
Grand Yankee Doodle "Dancing Card aU day
and evening in tbe mammoth pavilion.
lrcf. Esputas Celebrated Orchestra In special
A vast Congress ot Amusements In continuous
Fourth of July time table: Tbe elegant and
swift-going palace steamers SW'L J. PENTZ
leaves at 9 a. m., 1.45 and 6.45 p. m HARRY
RAN DLL at 4.30 and 7 p m. Returning, leav
ing PJver View at lil5, 5.00, 8.30, and 1030 p. m.
On this Patriotic Day, round-trip tickets a
cents on alt trips.
Jy-3t h. S. RAND LL, Sole Proprietor.
The Palace Steamer SAM'L J. PENTZ dady to
And on the following special days:
SUNDAY The Palace Steamer SML J.
PENTZ leaves at 10.43 a. m., !!L45 and 5.33
p m. Returning, leaving River View at 12.45,
4.30 and T 30 p m. Tickets J5c: children, lie.
WEDNESDAY TheSOI'L J. PENTZ leavesat
9 45 a. m., 1 45 and K.45 p. m. Leaves River View
atlJL15,5.0and 10.80 p.m. Tickets, 25a; chil
SATURDAY Grand family day. the PENTZ,
tit 9 15 ti. m. and L45 p m. Everybody 10c. on
these two trips.
Indian Head every WEDNESDAY and SATUR
DAY" at G.45, stopping at River lew both waya
Homo at 11.15 am. The HARRY RANDALL can
be chattered for special "Indian Head t rips.
E. fa RANDALL, Sole Proprietor.
MONEY TO LOAD.
Advertisements of fonr line or tee interted un
der Otu heading one time, SS centt; three time, SO
cents; wren Ume, SI.
"tcONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
nlture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons,
it; the property will remain undisturbed
In your possession; terms easy; lowest
rates; private offices; all business strictly
confidential; you can have the money the day
you apply for inpayments can be made on the
principal at any tune; each payment made wiU
lessen the cost of carrying the loan.
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
COS F st- nw., main floor. Jy3-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 5
and 6 percent, without delay; charges rea
sonable. WILLIAM. H. SAUNDLRS CO, 1407
F street. 1v3-lmo
FOE KENT E00MS.
Adrertitcments of four lines or less inserted un
der this heading one time, S5 cents; three times, SO
cents; seven times, $L
FURNISHED HOUSE CHEAP FOR THE 8UM
nier. 1S4 F street northeast. Jy4-3t
FOR RENT-CHEERFUL FURNISHED ROOMS,
with good table board; references exchanged
SEALEi's, 1015 and 101 Uh st n. w.; transients
and her husband gazed -wistfully from their
"Think of it." said tho young wife, "wo
used to envy her."
"It was I who envied her," cried Pierre,
"you who said that love, not money, brought
happiness; and it Is so."
.Ye," 8ha Sald absently: her eyes were not
on him, but on tho balcony opposite, where a
bla:k-robed figure paced slowly to and fro.
The church was crowded to suffocation; the
ceremonies attendant upon the solemn func
tion known as "taking tho veil" -were wont to
be impressive; a fashionable audience always
witnessed them: to-day offered no exception
to tbe rule. Aside from thereligious features,
rumor had whispered that a young girl of
wealth and beauty none other Indeed than
Jeanne de la Maure, the belle Ot many a
.ballroom was to renounce tna "pomps ana
Tanlties ot this wiokattworld" forever.
rising fa an out-
".Down the middle aisle, to the foot, of the
ehaneel; rushed .an "agitated man. He was
tall sad magnificently built, his rough curls
were lair, bis eyes deeply bine, ".'As people
gazed they .recognized and ttrilled with won
THE ALLEGHANY, Gvls
The Most Elegant Summer Hotel
in the State.
Cold sulphur water, orchestra, etc. -.-,
jefa-8w - :
RAWLEY Rockingham Co., Va. c
ffpniuno Noted Health Resortrf
The tonic water of the world.-, I
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Forest Glen, Md., .
W. A. WOOIW. Proprietoc i
"PINEY POINT HOTEL, ST. MARY'S COUNTY. J
jl xa., nearthe Chesapeake nay, now openlor 1
tna season jsyi. uates: rvi i.w, ana VI
per day: $6. is. and $10 per week, and fB. W.
and $35 per month. How reached: The new and
handsome steamer Potomac as well as tha 1
Bieamer oue. win leave ita-nuigioB, lootozsev I
enth street, a3 follows: Sunday.4 p. m., Potomac;--1
Moudar. 4 a m.. hue: Wednesdav. S D. m.Po I
tomac; Saturday, 6p in.. Sue Leaves Biltt4
uiutvtUKuiiiintet wuari: mnuaj, o t u., v.r I
tomac. Wednesday, 8 p. m.. Sue; Friday. p. S
m., Iotomac St earner Arrowsmlth leaves Wash
logton. V. C: Mondays. 3 n ru.: Wedneslavs. ,1 5
p. m.; Saturdays, 5 30 p. m. For circulars apply '-, I
to Wash. II. Williams, Seventh and D streets. I
northwest. Special rates lor clubs, icwlshlngto
visit the Point. Tbe bar has been reopened this
year and stocked with the best. THOMAS W.
WILLIAMS. Proprietor 'ell-tf
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US. ENGINEER OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.
(i, June 2S, 1S9I There wilt be sold at
public auction on Potomac Flats, near foot of
G street southwest, MONDAY, July 3, ISM, at 10
o'clock a. m., 1 Anchor, about ljio pounds; H,
Anchor, about SOU pounds, about SO fathoms ot '
K-inch Chain, 1 Metallic Life Boat, and several
lots of Old Iron, Copper, anl Brass, consisting
of Holler, Shafting, .Machinery, etc, all removed
from wreck of steamer V. W. Coit- Terms cash.
CHARLES E. L. B. DAVIS Major, Corps of Engi
neers, 601 Eighteenth street n. w. leJ9.y4.i)
a-HOMAS DOWLING & CO . AUCTIONEERS.
612 E STREET.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLINGS ON LINDEN STREET, SQUARE
1C01, BOUNDED BY O AND H AND TWELFTH H
AND THIRTEENTH STREETS NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust bearing date the
fifteenth day of September. IS?.!, and duly re
corded ialiber mi folio 293 et seq;, one of th
land records of tbeDistrict of Columbia, and by
direction of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned, trustees, will sell in rront of the
premises on SAIUHDVY, the fithdayof Juty,I8l,
at t o cioc, tne ioiiowing property, viz: otio.
or., in Lumen;, euncgs ant Ida uelres. subdi
vision of luts in. sauara 1001. lot tsl5xG3.25. itn.
Drcved bv Two-Morrv Brt.k Dwellinir. beine No.
124S Linden street- bounded by G and II and
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, northeast.
TERMS ."-old sublect ton trustor 1-Htm.lho
-tMilanCTtriirmah All convejanlnKilUU recol
a jjunuaari a twi; :-ii7 u-jrhli required at law
time of sale. JOHN O JOHNSON.
GEORGE J. EASTERDAY.
To .Norfolk and Old Point; Va., and R
turn. SI. 50.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
Tbe Talace Steamer Lady of the Lake has been
thoroughly orerhauled. Saloon, dialog, and ,
stale rooms lighted by electricity.
First-class meals for HO cents. Leare Sixth
street wharf every Saturday at 6 30 p.m.,arriTlng
at Old Point at 7 a. nu and Norfolk at 8 a. m.
Keturnlng, leaves Norfolk at 5 p. m.; Old Point, 8
p. m., arrivine in Washington Monday mornlnc.
7 30 o'clock. Fare, round trip, tL Will step at
Colonial Beach going and returning.
Special trip July i Fare, round trip, $130.
Tickets and staterooms for sale at Beekman's
Ticket Office, 61? Pennsylvania avenne. In 3Iet
ropolitan hotel, telephone call 1131, and at
31etzerott .Mnslc Co, .Metzerott Hall, comer
Twelfth and F streets, telephone call 1525, or at
the boat. J. W. Paterson, President. Jacob
Berges, Manager. F. D. Lee, General Agent
LIGHTMNa ROD"?, ELECTRIC LIGHTS J.
11. Kuenllng. Electric fans, electric hell.
J. IX KUEULIM2, 1J0C Pa. ave, nw. Electrlo
fans, speaking tubes, burglar alarms. 120? Pa,
PROPOSLS FOR SUPPLIES AT JAIL TJ. 9L
Jail, Washington, IX a, June 20, 2SM. Pro
posals are invited for furnishing at the Jail, dur
ing he fiscal year ending June 30, IKto. supplies
of FRESH AND SALT BLEF, GROCERIES,
CLOTHING, BREAD, AND ICE, to be dellverea
from time to time and in such quantities as may
be ordered Bids should be addressed to the Gen
eral A gent. Department of Justice, np to noon of
SVTCHDAY, JULY7.1S91, at which time they Trill
be opened. The right to reject any and all bids is
reserved. Specifications for clothing and
groceries may be had on application to the Gen
eral .gent. -uu xl i,uAKir, waroen
From the Kennebec River. Prompt
service seven days Inline week;
Lowest rates. '
GREAT FALLS ICE CO.,
924Pa.Av. Telephone 372.
Depots Tenth Street T barf. 'Washington.
S058 Water street, Georgetown.
E lLVVETnE LARGEST AND MOST COJfc
PLETE STOCK OF
Hats and Men's Furnishings
499 nnd 501 Fa. ayenue (under National hotel).
Drs. J. T.HENSLEY and M.HERMAN
HaTe remored their offlces to
61S E STREET NORTHWEST.
Practice limited to Gcnito-Urlnartr
Offlce hours: 10 a. m. to 1 p. m., 3 to 8 pi ha
"Fere Francois, don'tjon know me?" ha
cried, passionately. "I am Charles Deane,
Jeanne da la Maure's promised husband;
surely, my father, you remember me? They
told me she was hern; that I would be too
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Tbe bishop advanced and laid his hand oa
the joung man's arm.
"She Is not here," he said, "but It is not as
you think. Acting upon our advice, she nas
resolved to devote the rest of her life to
secnlar charities, in which you can help
"Where Is she?" pleaded Deane.
The bishop whispered a few word?. Dense
knelt a moment In prayer, then, rising, made
his way out of the church.
"It reads like a fairy tale," cried Vasson;
"carried out to sea: picked np by MalaTS:
treated as a Blare:" finally helped to escape by
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"Monsieur Is a hero," said the youns wife,
"you remember my saying a prince."
"A prince'." broke In Yasson, and did
"Hush!" said the little shoemaker from
the balcony opposite) camo the murmur of
voices ''monsieur and mademoiselle ar
happy tc-aight." ,