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I keep in stock Grape
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Products, Fresh Juliette
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Chatty Gossip About Garden Parties
at the White House and the Spanish
Legation; Why a Colored Door
keeper and Senator Simmons are
Close Friend's; Representative Joy’s
Experience In a Philadelphia Hotel
From our regular forru'p' ::cb nt.
Mrs. Roust a pit inaugurated u
series "l' ftft'moon garden parties
ye- ten la v aft eriiM.m in t he grounds
at the rear of the White House
and nearly <stX> guests attended,
most of them remaining the entire
time from 1 to(i o’clock. Tents
and awnings were scattered about
i lie grounds and refreshments were
served from tables beautifully de
corated with flowers and presided
over by pretty girls. The show
was enjoyed by as many outside
of the iron railing surrounding
the grounds as were inside.
'l'liis afternoon there was an
other garden party. It was at the
■ Spanish Legation, which lias spa
cious grounds. Although it was a
notable society event it was also
intended to make money, and did,
which was turned over to St. Agnes’
Industrial Home, an institution
in which the Duchess d’Arcos
(formerly Miss Lowry), wife of
the Spanish Minister, has been
much interested for some years.
Neither tlie Spanish Minister nor
his wife in town, but the legation
and grounds were t urned over to
the patronesses of the fete. Some
of the prettiest girls in society
were in charge of the booths,
where everything including the
styles in Parisian millinery, could
be bought, and where everybody
who attended was made to buy.
Ever since Senator Simmons
has been in Washington it has been
known around the \\ bite House
tluit ho and Arthur Simmons, the
veteran colored door-keeper, were
old and very warm friends. Some
body asked Arthur why, and he I
said: “Why, Senator Simmons
is almost related to me. My father
was a slave of the father of Senator
Simmons, and we have known each
ot her since we were boys and play
ed together. He is a good man
and 1 am proud to be his friend.’’
Representative “Charlie” to
almost everybody around the
Capitol—Joy, of Mo., accompanied
his wife to Atlantic City the other
day on his way back he spent a
night alone in Philadelphia, and
thereby bungs this story, which
he tells: “After registering in a
hotel, the clerk after a glance at
the signature, said affably: ‘\\ ill
you have your baggage sent up,
Mr. Joy?’ Yes, I replied, handing
him a package containing my
pajamas and a toothbrush. ‘You
said you wished to be called at 6
o’clock?’ Yes. Do you mind pay
ing in advance, Mr. Joy,’ he re-
marked in a tone that might have
been suspicious or apologetic, ac
cording to the humor a man hap
pened to be in. I told him I
didn’t mind, and paid gladly, con
vinced that for once I was not
charged extra for being a Con
Representative Talbert, of S. C.
does not impress you as a man of
poetical ideas, but as a eulogy of
his late colleague, Mr. Stokes, he
i said: Yea lam almost constrain
;ed to repeat the words of a warm
I friend of Tom Moore, said of
‘lf it were the last drop in a well, \
And I, gasping on the brink,
‘Tis to vhee, Tom Moore,
That I would drink.’ ”
The first, concert of the new
Washington Sympony Orchestra,
under the direction of Mr. Regi
nald De Koven had Paderewahi as
the soloist. Either attraction
would have filled the theatre. The
combined attraction turned away
many, who could not get even
standing room. The new orches
tra has made most auspicious be
ginning and promise to becomes a
very popular organization.
A farewell dinner to Secterary
Long was given this evening by
the bureau chiefs of the Navy
Department, this having been his
last day inoflice. Several other
guests, including his successor.
THE BARNE3VILLE RE WS-GAZET*! 'c- A THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902.
Secretary Moody, and Admiral
Dewey, were present.
Mine. Cambon, wife of the
French Embassador, who comes
especially to preside over the
French Embassy during the social
entertainments that will be con
nected with the unveiling of the
monument to Kochamheau, reach
ed Washington this week. Site
will not remain more than six
months, possibly not so long.
Speak ing of entertainments con
nected with the Rochambeau
Statue, Government officials are
hunting up precedents to assist
them in deciding upon the nature
of the official entertainment of the
official representatives of the
French government who will come
to Washington. Only one feature
of the entertainment has yet been
definitely determined upon. That
is a banquet at the White House
with something like a hundred!
guests will include the present
governors of the thirteen original
States, representatives of the
patriotic societies, eminent states
men, jurists and soldiers. As the
French party will bring no ladies
the danquet will be a stag affair.
In order to give the ladies a chance
a proposition to hold a reception
at the White House is under con
sideration, but it is not yet certain
that it will be adopted.
Everybody knows the modest
opinion the average Senator has of
the Senate, but it isn’t often it is
expressed quite so freely us in a
colloquy between Senators Cock
rell and Spooner, on the iloor of
the Senate. Mr. Cockrell led off
by saying: “The Senate is the
greatest legislative body in the
world.” To which Mr. Spooner
replied: “Oh, no! this is not the
greatest legislative body in the
world. It is only a part of one of
the greatest legislative bodies, but
I will not dispute that it is the
greatest part. In fact, I think we
all admit that fact.”
Those Senators who have been
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pine bill they have a kick coming
to them when Senator Depew,
probably talkative man in Con
gress, pokes fun at them for talk
ing. Senator Depew said to one
them : “I see by the papers that
in Chicago they are boasting
because they had 145,000 miles of
wind. If this debate on the Phil
ippines keeps us much longer,
Chicago won’t be in it with the
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Messrs. .Tames C. andV. L. Col
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Rev. Blackman filled Rev. J. E.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. R Green were
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The picnic at Slade’s pond was
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Judge J. C. Slade has returned
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