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The Washington Critic
AVIFOIiTS NO. 5,302.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., .SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1885.
'RIGE TWO GENTS.
8L4 Seventh Street.
Grout Closing Sale
Hats, Bonnota, ITowora,
Tips, Pluinofl, Hibbons,
Laco3, Silks, Volvota,
Sun Umbrollas, Parasols,
Jorsoys, GIovcb and Corsots.
gsninu't I'nll to Atloml.
lioht wekiht. ahi wool, new
IS. 11. BARNUM & CO.,
fJt I'minsjlinnln Avenue.
AHificial Stone PavingComp'y
UlflcB, I' IB New York Avenue.
Artistic and Fino Work in Content
OurHkllled WoiUmcn Iny tlio following Payo
monts; Sohlllenupr's Hatptil, Beat Granollthto.
Asplirdliim, Artificial Stone,
Kitchens, Sldovvalks, Stables and Collars laid
with ncalneas ntul promptness.
Owners nl property aro notiltcd that thuy
will 1)0 licld responsible for lnfrliijrcnients of
this patent. Tho United States Courts for tho
District of Columbia havo recently enjoined
II. L. Cranfoul and tlio Commissioners of tlio
District of Columbia fiom lajhu this pavo
mont. All artlllclal Btono pavemonts other
than that laid under tlio pnteut aro vvoithlosa.
Tolcphono Call 10712. l'roBlilont.
rorthonertThlily Dajs to inako mom for
I'nll ami WIntor Goods.
$10 (lenls' Cass. Sulla for i MX)
$11 Mon's and Youths' Corkseiow, now. 10 00
.1W " " Pants.
S.Ulojs' Suits for
7Iio Hoys' l'ants, now
$U " Middlesex Suits...
jl M) Alpaca Coats, now ...
4Uo anil wo uiuco coins.
iltraw and Wool Hals cheap to closo out
Shoes at unpieeedentod prices.
191 1 and 1010 1'o ac.
1S7 HIAT.NTII STKKLT N. W.
O. P. Bukdette, Sole Agent.
A UBTIN P. MtOWN,
-" HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
1420 F stieet northwest.
Cor Mass mo and nth at, 12 rs, modi
Inma Iruirn nttlp! nnnn llrn-nlnco I
In each room; furnace, !l water- $18,000
closots and passencor elevator.
Tei ins easy.
Now !l-story and basement houso, )
situated on lown Circle; mod $10,500
Imps. Terms easy. 1
Threo-story and basement house,
His, on Nst n w, but Ktbancl
18th sts; mod Imps. Tonus ensr.
Lawo doublo houso on Vt nvo, bet 1 to-, nm
K and L ets; mod Imiis I ,J,,'UUU
New houso cor Itlmrsanrt 1,1th sts til
w; building will bo ready for oc- Uv, n
cupancy In two weoUs; mod Imp. r '
Terms easy. 00) J
Store and dwelling cor Oth and Q sts I mi
n w. Terms easy. 09) I w"
Two-stoiy brick houso, No.
010 10th )
st n o. bet 1' and O sts; V rs and V$2,000
bath. Terms easy. (11) )
Two fraino houses nnd stablo on 1
Qrant avo n w, bet Oth anil 10th
ste; lot IGxlGO. (fi)
Two 3 story houses on ltl&rgs st n w,
near 13th; all mod Imps, 'icrms
Lorijo .1 story and English basement )
houso on O st. bet Mill and aith$7,600
sts n w. Tonus easy. )
11 story English basement house, 1-1
rs; mod Imps; lot.L'xlSO; 3 water I
cloots and 3 bath-rooms. I st, e $20,000
bet 18th and 19th. WIlloxchanR-o)
for small houso. J
3-story and basement houso with
stablo ou M st, bat 10th and 11th
ii w; mod Impj. Terms easy.
New 3Btoiy house, with bay-win
itow.on ii st, not .'ist anu j
w; 10 rs; mod Imps. (30)
How 3-sloiy house, with bay-
now, ou i si, net .'ist aim
w; 10 is; lot 19x85 to alloy
a-story basement houso with stablo
on N v no, net I icu auu iiiiimauvimi
n w; Int 21x185; mod Imps. '
Tonus easy. (17) J
i Laigo doublo houso on Est, bet 13lh ,.,,
1 nnd llth sts n w;ll rs; modM31,000
Imps. Tciras easy. )
Thrco3story nnd basement houses)
on V Bt n w, near eor ISth; modj-ill.OOO
Imps. Terms easy. )
Two houses on II Bt n o, bet (II Ii and I $ 1,300
7th; mod Imp?. (I'D I each
Two houses on 1' Bt u w, tic t nth and I $1,200
7th; mod Imps. (19) f $4,500
Largo houso and several thousand
feet or ground on' loth Bt, noar
3-story houso ou M st n w, bet 9th
and lOih sts, nnd stable; mod
il-stnry houso ou M st li w, bet 9th
and loth ets, and stablo; mod
Largo doublo houso ou Mnss nve, but
l-'lh and 1 ithsts; largo stab omul
largo sldo lot; houso nnd aldo lot
tmhrnolnff ll.OnO reut or ground,
Blx 3-story houses, now building on
1.1th, near T st n w; a rs, bath
and cellar; SO feet parking; lots
17xlKI; will bo ready for occu
pancy In about two months.
rtvo now press brick houses, with"!
nay-winuows, on aim iiiiw, tur
1 st; houses contain dining
joom, kitchen, coal-room, dou
blo parlor (full doptli of houso),
library, 11 bod rooms nnd bath;
largo closets, gas fixtures, man
tols nnd mlirora; lots 18 4x7- to
Houso No. 215 D at n w, bet 2d and )
3d ets; lot ixii; u siory uricicu,uuu
with stable. (27)
Houso on 10th st, bot I nnd Q, 1J rs, )
mod Imps; will tnko other prop-
crty In part payment. . )
Tour houses on 15th st, bet Q nnd It;
Vnenntpropertylunll soctlons of tha city
Woodward & Lotiiuop.
IT SHALL NOT BE.
August Is acknowledged to bo tho
dullest mouth In tho year, butthcru
aio exceptions In all cases, and In or
der to swell our sales to n largor
amount than during any previous
August, wn proposo to tnal'o an ex
ception, )ojfw, by offering such lr
Mslstlblo bargains that customers will
bo almost compelled to buy.
llnrKnttix "Ah Ik" HnrfriiliiH.
We have just received what
we consider intrinsically the
best values yet offered in
100ploccal8 Inch Cotton lllrd-ejo, 10 jnids
to tho piece.
Only Ma per piece).
!M pieces fll-lnoli evtm lino Cream Linen
Tnblo Damask, oxcollcntpattcrus, warranted
OnlyfiOo peryard, WotthlUVc.
No, the season is not over.
We have just received over
5,000 yds of different kinds ol
Wash Dress Materials, which,
in consequence of the extra
ordinary depressed state of
the market, we bought ex
ceedingly low, and as is our
practice, propose to give our
customers the benefits of thd
purchase by naming on them
the lowest prices yet reached.
l.MWjarda of choice Sntlnns, navy blue,
brown and garnet grounds, with neat, protty
old gold and whlto figure?. Theso goods hni o
been cry scarce, and wo vcntuio to say
thero Is no such nsportment now In this city.
Only no per yard.
2,000 yards 30-inch Wamsulta Shirting 1'cr
eales, stripes, llgurcs and checks, splendid
patterns, usual prlcollc.
Only UHa perjard.
fiOOjiuds Navy llluo Percales, In small, neat
figures mid handsomo stripes.
Only 11a per jiud.
1,000 yards of wldo Satln-Ilnlshcd I'orealis
cholcopnttorns.very stylish, well worth KXc
Only So por jnrd.
Our&iniul ilia Scotch OlnahaiiH, nowCOc
uui y.io rienen Linen iinwiis, imw i;u iht
Our 10 and 12J'o StrlpeJ and lllock (ling
hams, now do per jard.
OurHiJia All Unon Lawns, now 2.1o pet yd.
(Second lloor; tnlco tho elevator.)
for Ilatliluff l'uriioses.
We have opened an ele
gant line of Turkish Bath
Towels, which, to create a
spirited demand, we shall
mark at the following extra
ordinary low prices. :
18 by 40 Turkish Hath TowoK
Only 15c; worth 18o.
20 by 40 Whlto Turkish Towels,
Only 23c; worth 31c.
18 by 40 l'nnoy Turkish Towols, 3 different
combinations, eultnblo also for tidies, splash
ers and covers,
Only25c; wmth Ille.
in hv 40 Tanov Turkish Towels, oxtrnflno
quality, knotted fringe, worth 4fie,
Only il7io each.
21 by 41 1'lnln and l'nnoy Striped Llnon
Turkish Towels, particularly desirable for
uniy iiuu uacu.
sniirCO (etra slzo) 1'laln Drown Turkish
Towels, superior quality,
uuiy ti cacu.
Tlinso crnnds nro Dartlcularlr dcslrablo for
bathing nnd other purposes, and at tho nbovo
prices arooxcccuingiy goou niucs.
Grnnd Ilctliirtion Hnlo or I.occb anil
As a special incentive to
purchasers we make the fol
lowing reductions, which we
think will be appreciated by
our customers and cause
their early disposal.
OK.hipti Tern Oriental l.ticn.
Kcduccd from " to Oo pur yard.
BM-lnch Ecru Oriental Lnco,
Kcduccd from 10 to 1.) per jnrd.
3-lnch Colored Wash Lace, ecru giound,
pnttoru outlined In cnrdinal,
lteduccd from 11 to l.'c per yard.
1 style 27-Inch Whlto Oriontal Laco Not,
liouuceu iiom ii.uuiu l iiuryuru
1 atylo 27-Inch Ecru Oriental Laco Net, clc
Itcdueed from tl.r.0 to 5 1 per yard
lVrii Oilfllosniin T.ncn Net,
pomopattems, run with old gold nnd plnlc
Hoducod fiom $1.75 to $1 per ynrd.
(Second lloor; take tho elevator.)
Nil It G1CH liclaiw Vlllliu.
Below value only because
they must be sold this month,
and at the price named we
do not anticipate any trouble
in disposing of them, for
never before has this glove
been offered at the price.
Laeles" n-button length, oxtra lino, .leisey
All-Silk Oloves, In black, grays, mode and
tans. Were cheap at U!es now
Only Mo per pair.
N OTE. Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Fancy Articles, Dry Goods,
etc., can be sent by mail or
express to any point through
our "Mail Order Dept." at a
very slight advance, and we
guarantee satisfaction by ask
ing you to favor us by re
turning them when unsatis
factory. WOODWARD & L0THR0P,
Boston Dry Goods House,
ONE 1MIIOE ONLY,
THE BURIAL MAttCJH.
i:8coktinmtiiu uejiainn oi'iien,
ouant to hivf.hnidk i'ank.
31 liny 'I IioiihiiiiiN ol' VlllzoiiM anil
HoltllorM l'uylnt; I(uiunir.n ( tlio
UliiNtrloiiH Ilonil Tlio M'ontlior
l'mpHIoiiH for tlio OliKeqtilcN Incl
doiilH iiikI r.iontN of tlioOcrnttlim
Inloronllnp; ItomliilHconcoM o f
Ornut'N lMitillo Cnroer mill l'rlvnto
New Yoiuc, Aur. 8. Tlio closing day
bf tho f utiornl services o( tlio Into Ociiurol
Grant druviioil with ti clear sky, a bright
stni niul u cool brupze. A tuoro beauti
ful day for tho poloinii pcnlces which
aio to tuiirlc the commitment to tho
loiiih of till (hat Is inoittvl of him whom
the Notion mourns could not bo wished
for. Fiom (ho llrlngof tho gutirUu gnu
this nun nlng, the boom of tho tnlnuto
gun tired ut the stated intervals bvboth
the military and naval details selected
to nav trlliuto to tho Nation's dead, Is
heard pioclalmlng to tlio people that
tin last sail i itoi arc miner way, anil uc
foic tho day clows tho hero of the
Union will hao Loon committed to the
THE TOLLING HULL'S.
Tin1 chinch belli Iicgnn tolling, ring
ing In mournful cadence and their
pealing added to the general feeling of
sot low and gloom ovcrywlieio dis
played. Nob In the history of the mo
troioll3 or of the nation lmli theio bocti
such tmlveijul nioinnliig iih on this oc
casion, nor Ins theto been uNbibltcd
sticli whlu'piPnil sympitby for the fain
lly of which the natlou'H lieio was the
l.itc head. 'I'lio sltcct; along tho mute
laid out (or tho pasf,e of tlio timcial
cortege have been picUed with people
since eaily morning. Mroy of Miem
Ii.im icmoined np all niglit for tlio pur
nose ol rcciiiliia or holding an advan
tageous position from which to view the
AN IMMENSE PROCESSION.
Hvciy thing was bustle, tho crowds
wcie well helmed and tlio police ar
langcmcnts po perfect that the militarv,
Oi.ind A liny posts and olheis cvputl
diced but little Itoublc In going to
olaces assl'tned Ibem. M'ho finiei.il
college was umloubtedly the'gi.intlest
and most imiKisiin: of Its kind over wit
nessed In tins or uiiv outer city on tlio
globe, r-'nlly 100,000 men followed llm
body to the giave at Itlveisldo rail;.
the ciates closed.
At precisely 1 o'clock" this nioiidng
the gates leading to tho vestlbuln of tilts
City Hall Mens closed, and tlmciowd?,
which bad boon pouring In a. steady
sticam of tuos in the vestibule nnd
passing tho catafalque, received a sud
den cheek. The line ceased moving,
and those In It looked askauco at their
neighbors when woul was piacilby the
police detailed to keep those in Hue, in
older that no mure would bo admitted.
Thousands were disappointed, and their
countenances rellected their chagrin.
Tho lines at tho time extended clear
mound tlio paik and for somo distance
along Uroadway and adjacent streets.
It is estinvited that fully liOn.OOO people
viewed tlio remains oi tne dean ucnerai
while lying in state here.
Till". CASKET CLOSED.
Immediately nftcr tho close of tho
gates the pla?a was pleated, and In a
few minutes the police were in full pos
session, guarding ecry approach and
allowing no ono hut tlio privileged to
come within a etone's throw of the
building in which the Nation's dead
lay. Tho undertaker at once tool;
charge. Nono but the police and
guards and all night lepoitors wcie
present at tin time.
"Any hero who desho to view tho re
mains will step forward at once," said
the imdeitikcr, and his voice echoed in
tlio daik, still corrldots. All picscnt
passed by tho casket, and tlio lying In
state of the General had ended. Un
dertaker Metiitt then brushed the glass
plates above the body, and drew from
their places tho two lids which cover
tho casket. The four ecrows In each
were tinned down, nnd tho faco of the
dead bad been closed forever from
view, unless theio shall In tho Iiituro
conic a request to icmoo the lids. This
final examination ot tne mirui case
found a stain of tobacco juice on the
velvet coveting. With Indignant pjacu
latloup, It was removal
The dead was
then left In care of tho cuatds, who
aood erect and silent within tho closed
lion gates and beneath tho black' drap
ing?. AHHIVALOP OEN. HANCOCIC.
At 3:.r0 General Hancock and his
billllant stall' tioopcd slowly Into tho
plna from Hroadway and piesented
fiont to tho City Hal), then moving to
llm end of iho plaa on llioidway,
wheie thoy lestfd. At this Ihue one
hundred boys ot the Lelderkrau. Si-
clctv Hied up to the slops of thu City
Hall nnd led by four Inutrumeuts Fang
with hnpiesslvo cll'ect tho chorus of
"Tho Sphlts fiom over tho Water,"
Schubeil; and "Choi us of thu Pil
gihus," Tannehauser. The Guaid of
llegular.s uicii into iiiuopcn spice at
0 o'clock. Company A, Fiftli Artillery,
under Colonel W. 1). Heck, and Com
pany U, Twelfth Infiiutiy, unilor Major
Tlie eoinpanles an guards of legujars
U under entire command of Colonel
Heel;. Tho regulaus took position bo
ncath tho trees opposite tlie City Hall
and stood nt lest. Then came tho oilgi
ualguaid of honor that was on duty at
Mt. JUGiegor, ami which nlono should
lift tlio lemalns today. Filing Into
tho corridors of tlio City Hall they took
their places beeldo tho lomnlns, and
weio undorcomuiandnf John II. John
son, Senior Vlce-Comtnander of Grant
Post, Hiooklyn. Tho men as thoy
stood wero ns follows: Loft of casket
Comrades Cowiu, Howatt, McDonald,
Squhes, Knight and Qulllam. ltlgbtol
caskot Comrades Tebbltts,Maclvelhr,
McKcovey, Hrodle, CollhiH and Uirkcr.
At 0:35 tho Imposing funoral car
drawn by twonty-four jet black horsos
In black Mappings halted on tho plazi
diiectly In fiont of tho City Hall stops.
Insldo ihucoirldor Commander John
son was waiting. 'Columns In posi
tion, right and loft," was his command.
Tho veteran guaid of honor wascicct.
'Lift tho lemalns," was tho next com
mand In clear, but low tone?. Tho
tweivo men stooped to tho silver
rails with gloved hands. "March,''
was tlio woiiis. tho uouy
moved nnd out upon tho portico wore
homo tho leumln". Commander
Johnson nt tho bend. Down tho steps,
with ineasinedstcp3, acioss th- open
spneo to the steps of the black and
waiting car. ('oirtin uidur Johnson
stepped nnlde. Tho sliver mountings
glistened as the burial case and Us
honored burden was earned up and
placed upon the dais In tlio mounted
catafalque. The vetdansvothed down
tlio steps. Tlio uotiy was mono for
nil to view, but deeply guarded. Tho
honor guaid next to the heaise on
either sldo tool; tho same
relative portions they had main
tained to tho remains while
being homo to tho heatse. Tho steps
weto drawn uway from tho funeral car.
Commander Johnson took his place In
tho centre and immediately behind the
f uncial car. At ins icit. and rigiiton
cither lcnr cornur of tho car wciu com
lades Downing nnd Onuatlce of
Wheeler l'ot, B iratogn. Next and ill
tcctly behind these wero leprescnti
tlves of the Loyal Legion abreast us fol
lows: Qeueial John J. Mllha'i, Gen
eral C. A. Caileton, Paymaster Clrorgo
D. Ilirton, Lieutenant-Colonel Kloyd
Olarkson, IJeutenant'Colonol A. 51.
Clark andCaptiilu K. Uliiut,
THE CLKHOV AND PllVSIOIANS,
Thccletgyand physlcltus had paid
respect to tin1 lemalns by alighting
from tlieir carriages linn accompanying
tliem rroiu tne Mips to mo iieaise,
Tliey then entcicd carriages ou either
sido'of the pl'i.i no ir llrniulway an fol
lows: Dr. Nowni'in, ltlshnp Hauls,
I'.ishop Potter, Hov. Dr. Cluinibeii,
Hev. Dr. Kiebl, lliv. Di. llililgeni.in,
llov. Dr. West, Kev. father Deslion,
Uobcit Collier, Kibbl llrown and Drs.
Douglas, Hlirady nnd Hands.
UUAUDINd THE IIEAESD.
C'blonel l'eck, In commamil of the
reguhrs, cnmiuanded hUcompiule.s to
positions, Coinpiny A on the light and
Coiup'iiiy 1 ou the left of the hcarr.
Ooloieil men ivure at tliti hi Idles of the
twenty.four bliel: hones. SKteen
men ot Meade IVwl, I'lilhidelphi I, nt
which Cleneial Giant was a niPinhcr,
wcie nlm'iit, diiectly In fiont of tlio
team of black luidcur, mid the D ivld's
Maud Hand picccdcd tliem. A signal
was given and the line ot coaches with
eleigy moved olVthe pl.i. t on to I.roul
way. The baud stood walling at, the
head of the cortege.
THE 1'AItApK JIDOUN.
Colonel Heel; advanced tnthu head of
the lino of black hoi-cs befoie the
co.uh. '"Moveon" wcie his winds of
command, with uplifted swotd. Tlio
Icadeis stepped foi w.ud, led by the col
on d men, and In an lulnnt tne bhek
line of lioris bad stialhleucil iheh
tiaci". and the wheels beiioith the te
tnalns were moving. The hour was 0:17.
Thii bind played a dhge. Tho ttainp
of tlio legulars and honor guild beat
upon the' pave, thousands beneath the
trees and crowding tlio sides of tlio
squill e looked silontly on, and the black
funeral car rolled over tho cuib into
llroadway. The black con ldois of tho
City Hall wem Mlont. General Grant's
last jomney had begun. Then
nt 0:50 Mayor Grace, Comptroller Leow
and Aldermen Singer and Jackson
emergrd from the city building nnd en
tered a earrhge that had drawn up In
front. The membets of tho Common
Council followed and enteied eanlages
as did the police commissioners. Tksy
followed out of tho plaa as fist as dis
posed of incauiages, and when It was
ten o'clock tho pollco lines wero with
drawn, nnd tho people streamed aciois
the pia.a without hindrance. Tho last
sceno there was ended.
At 11:0j General Hancock leached
the head, of the column, which was then
at Twenty-Third street and Uroidway.
Riding along the whole lino of forma
tion tiom tho City Hall on his coal-
black charger In fi out, of his brillliutly
uniformed stall', ho was the cynosure of
till 0J03. He lode with easy gi ace, nnd
as the people cumlit eight ot tho com
manding limine of Gettysbing's hero thoy
iveio lnsphcd with expressions of ad
miration, which weio only parity sup
pressed by tho solemn chiinctcr of tho
occasion, On arriving at the head of
tho column theOeneinl issued the order
to march, and the mournful cortcgo
began to move, wending It3 way slowly
up Broadway to tho bolcmii nuiglo of
the bands en route to Riverside Park.
THE 1'fiAN IN lllti:i',
tlio Great Prm-'cimloH
Forme1' and Bfovccl,
New Yohk, Aug. 8. The plan for
tho paiade was In Inlet as follows: Tho
mllltla lestcd upon llroadway, stretched
along fiom City Hall as far upas
Thhty-fourth &tieet, on the east side of
thostieet. Tho veteran t loops weio
stretched along the west sldo of tho
stieet. When General Hancock and
stall' and the icgular aimyand navy
contingents h id piocceded fiom the City
Hall up to Tiihiy.fourth street tho
militia fell Into muclilng old r and
closed In behind thu itgulais. The
catafalque was then placed in line,
followed by thu inouineu, tho I'icrI
dent and mlur dLtlugulhhed prisons In
As tht'su pa'sed up Hiondwuy, Hie
veteran tioops whteled into Hue and
followed them. The civic oigiinl dlous
moved In from side sticets after the
veterans had pasted, lly the limu the
last of the civic, bodies joined tho pro-
uuth stieet. Such dlvluions continued
their inaicli westwaid on Fifty-seventh
htieet instead of tinning iqi tho lloule
vtird from that street. The icgular
troops marched to tho tomb. Tho num
ber in lino may ho closely estimated ns
follows : Army mid navy, 1,500 ; other
armed escoi t, l'J,00') ; In can hiRe, 1 ,000 5
vcteians and G. A. It., 20.00J; civic
division, 7,000; total, 11,500,
the riiiwr.it a r. (ntu:n:,
Tlio Army, Navy mill (lie VI) lo All
tlinrltlcM Atluiiil lilt) ItciuilliiM
New Youir, Aug. 8. Prom an eaily
hour this' 11101 nlng thu sticets ot tho
city have icsouudcd with tho tiamp of
matching soldiery. Tho tlmo appointed
for tho stmtlugof tho gient piocesslou
was so early that tlio military organUa.
tlonswero compelled to meet nt their
respective mmorles by 8 o'clock and In
somo cases nt 7:13, Tho Hiooklyn regi
ments In a iiumbor of exses assembled
nt tlio earlier hour nnd rosponded to
toll call. In nil parts of New York and
nnoj no flu luioil nt It itn a into r I it In I
ii Ii'i i,.V. ... 1 rim '.States ricnntots, ten; .lieiubcis of tlio
Hive side IMk. A 1 1 ui.ibor otnnllltla 0lS() ()f R 1,pll,'gmitll hn SXUl..Ai.
divisions an a vctcraii and cly eoga ,, (loil(tlt ,, Co.nniodo... fJhan
litlon left the piocesslou at Fitty-sev-, ii,.,. ,, 1 ,i,t,. ,,,,0. -.,.,,. i..,.!..,.
Unoklyn could bo seen detachments
of mllltmy bodies hastening to somo
lenile.voii'. The mtillld ilium and
the solemn tiead ot Die snldleia iudl
c licit Mial no great mllltmy pageant
was anticipated. The ilinplug of tho
icglmental eohnn showed the fiiuetal
uatuio of the occasion.
With the exception of the Unllod
States tioopj, blue Jickelsnud niailncH,
tho immediate escort, of tlio command
ing gcucml, nil the inllitnty mgaula
tlous had been ordctcd to luku poiltlou
ou streets uoi thot tho City Hall, nnd
crossing JlrouHvny. 'I'hls buccssltatcd
innichlng n coinpaiatlvely small body
to tlieconlincd spico about City Hall
Phi h. I'heio wcieouly about 000 fiom
tho miny nnd as nnuy fiom tho navy.
Shortly before 0 o'clock the United
States forces an Ived at City Hall Park.
Thoy compiled Light Itittory V, Fifth
Artllleiy and a bUlallon of four hit
teilus rioiu the Fifth Aitlllery, from
Foi I Hamilton. They were Joined by
the Foiiilh Hutery.'Thoy took position
ou Mill sticct, just ninth of tin; post
olllce. 'I'ho lotces fiom the Tennessee
and Veimont had cmhaikcd ou u huge
as eaily as 7 o'clock, and consequently
leached their portion near City Hall In
good season. They wcie dicsscd In
"setlce diess," helmets and leggings.
Thu nllleer woio the tegular diess
Owing to many uufoiceen delays tho
piocej-sion did not t-tiul until ne.ulylO
n'eleck. Hut at length woul wisie
ceKed by telegiaph that the hc-ul of tho
column could bo stalled without fear of
my Illicit, and, pieeuled by n squad of
mounted police, Gctmrnl Hancock with
his stall' i-lnwly left I he pat k and pro
ceeded up Uroidway. Ills aides weiv:
Mujot flonei.il Daniel E Sickles, liear-Adml
t.ils O U P Uodpern ami 'lhomas A htoeiH,
llatoi (leiieuil.l O r.unswoilh, III met ii ior
Odieialsltiifus Ingalls, Julius II l'iy, Wosly
Meullt, .MaitluTMcMahon ami Homy A 1! il
eum, llilgullei flenerals L'gbert L Vlele, Lloyd
Asplnwall and Horatio OKlug, llreict lfrlgi
dlei Ucucrals John C '1 Idball. llenrv L A libott.
O II C'oinstock, 'lheuP IUhIuiiIioiikIi, lloiaio
1'oilci-, ll A llliiL'liim. .Ineiih .Sliilciton,
I'raneliA Walkir, (' Cai Irion, l'dw.nd v
Hetrell, W O JlauU and I'll llaiuoy, Colonels
lolm llamlllou, .Inhn P Nicholson, ' liuyler
Ciosby, Patrick JI llaertv, (Icorgo W Cooney,
,i in l. uii u,i,, i-iiiiu1, ,u uiiiiiiii, i j. ii uy
(joddnnl, I ewls Ki.ul and'llioni is I, Wat
son, l.leiitcn int Coloiii I II (' Hodges, !rect
I.lculeuaiit Colonels W 11 Hauls, (II. (lilies
plo, W m I ndlow, James I'arnoy, l'red A Siw
yei and 1 Inley Andermin, llajms Jacob Hoss,
I (' Palnu andW Lbkldinoiu, llreiet lajoi
HniiTalloll, Cunlaliis lolm II W c i:Kh and .las
HMcriman, I list Lleiiteiinnl II K l.emly,
Aiuiiii Vatidcrlillt. late ensign U.HN; .Inhn
Hdmjler, (Iciicial lolm II (lonlon, MalorWm
II Coma, lliovet Majoi (luiiinl l.ilwaid I'm
turo, Uilg idler (ii'iicinl N liauo liiuui, Cap
t ilns Jas W llllnck and K II .Mol.u.111. Lfniilen
ant A M Parker, Captain Do Wilt Ward, (icu
iial I ope? doHuetalta, lliuct liilgudltr (len
d.ilWll Penrose, Colonel (' M f-chlellellu,
Colonel J II Phillips, Colonil Itobcrt l.ciiox
Ilclltinp, Colonel E M L l.lilcis, lioet Lieu
ten lilt Colonel I'dwanl Ilnlghl, Colonel I 1'
'I obi is, Colonel 11 Pciiii Smith, Jllljoi U I hlng
ston Lucky, M ijor W UMaltlson, CiptuInT
1 npeneci, iiugniiici-iienciai 1 itiiiigli ice,
llro ct Colonel AP fliccn, Mujui- Augustus
9 Nicholson. I iml Lieutenant Jnicd LHith
bone, 1 lrst Llciitedant 11 11 Patteisou and l-ec-
Following this stall' cime Light llat
teiyR Kifili United States Aitilleiy,
battalion of Engineers and bind, four
bitteries of tho Fifth Aitlllery, f, L,
M and II, Fifth Aitilleiy Umil, the
Quaulnf Honor, consisting of Hattory
A, l-'ifth Aitilleiy, and Company H,
Twelfth Infantry, Lillowed by David's
Isliml 11 uui.
THE EbCOKT COLU3IN.
Tho command under Mijoi-Geneinl
Shiiler was known as the e-coit coiiuuu,
and imnipdlately picccdcd the catsi
filque. The Fii.st DiUon, National
Guaid, Scato oT New Yoik, under tlio
hnnicdi ilu coinmaiid of Geneial Slialer,
rested on Fourteenth Htieet. "When
Geneial Hmicick and his ocnit had
crossed Foiuteeulh stieet the Fhst Di
vision of the Now York Notional Gunrd
Hanked into its lcnr and began its
march up llroiidivny. Tho escort col
umn was compoiod of two divisions of
thu National Guard of Now York State,
a dl Mnn of the New Jersey Natlonnl
Guard, Fhst lleglinent, Massachusetts
Infiiutiy, Second liegimont, Connecti
cut Natlonnl Guaid, First Uoglment,
I'ennsyUanla Nitlonal Guaid, tho Vot
ciiin Zouaves, Company D. First Min
nesota Guaid, the Cipltal City Guards,
(D. C), Union Veteian Coips, (D. C),
First Company, Union Veteran Corps,
(D. C), battalion of foui companies of
Virginia troop?, Gate City Guard of
Atlanta, Gi., and ihice companies of
tho Veteran Guanls (colored) Theio
wcie In all about 1,000 men. Colonel
DaId R. A listen, Colonel Mix and
Captain W. II. Sttatton noted as Gon
ci.il Shalci's aids In the conduct of the
escoit column. Immcdlitely after the
escoit column came the catafalquo with
tho Guard of-Honor the U.S. Grant
and the Meado Poits, and then the
Tlie physicians attending Hie Geneial,
thocleigyand the pallbeaters assem
bled a: tho Pttth Avenue Hotel at S
o'cloekand, laklngeinlagca, piocecdcd
to the City Hall, The Mayor and mu
nicipal authoiiliiu of New Yuk arrived
at the City Hall Mioitly beloie 0, and
then; found ;! iciilige awaiting them.
Tim other elv.o peisouugei ami digni
taries mounted Iheh 1.11 1 luges on Twen-ty-thlid
stieet, between Fifth and Sev
enth nus'iuiH, ami tbeie willed until
the time iiufveii for them to join the
pioccsslou. It was u long lino of car
ilngcs, theio hein upwind of IIOO In
Hue ami weio occupied by the following
Tho I'U'slde.it of I he UnltidStitcs,
ono carriage; tint Vice-President, one;
Meinbeisof the Cabinet, live; ex-l'ics-
Idents Aitluir ami Hayes, one; United
Mlulstcis, ten; Diplomatic and Consu
l.ii- olllecra who seived under Presi
dent Grant, ten; Membets of
the Cablnil during President
Giant's adinhiKtiatlon, font; Mem
bers of Ueneial Giant's s-tall', two;
family and iclatlves, eight; clergy, tout ;
Geneial GiantV physicians, two; pall
Loueis, hK; Ucnei id bhiildiiu mid stall',
foui; chiefs of bin cans of the war De
pal tmont, foui; General Si'hnllehl mid
stall, one; the Governor of New Yoik
nml stall', live; the Governor ot Illinois
mid stall, tight: tlie Governor of Michi
gan and stall, three; tho Governor of
Wisconsin and stall", live; the Governor
ot Massachusetts ond stall, ten; tho Gov
oruorof New Ilampshhennil stall. tluce;
Tho Governor of Connecticut and statl',
foui; tho Governor of Maine and stall',
two; tho Governor of Voituont and
s.afl", four; tho Governor ot Pennsyl
vania and stall, two; tho Governor of
New Jeisey and ttnll, ilttccn; the Gov
ernor ot llhodo Uland mid stall', four;
tho Governor of Dakota nnd stall', six;
tiio Governors ol Callfoinh and West
Viiginia mid a member of the stall' of
1 till. 1 tJiii 1 1 lit. 11 01 it 1 is) rt t tju 111 tiit; 11
theGovernorof Indiana, one; meinbcrs
of tho Now York Legislature, thirty;
Geneial Franklin, ptesldont of tho
Hoard of Manageis ot the National Sol
dleis' Home, one; the Hoaid ot Indian
Coininlssloneifl,two; the MayomudCIty
Council of New York, thlity-llve; the
Mnyor mid ('II y Council of llrooklyn.len;
the Mayor and City Council of lloston,
sIk; tho Mayor and City Council of St.
L011U, ten; the Mayor and City Council
of Hailfoid. tbtce; the Mayor and City
Council of Now Haven, two; tho Mayor
and City Council of Hllabcth, tluce;
tho Mayor nnd City Council of Hudson,
N. Y., two; tho Society of tho Cincin
nati, live; delegations from Wheeler
and Giant Po3ts, G. A. U., font ; dis
abled Eoldleis' and cteran organiza
tions, seventy live; Connnltteu of Ono
lluiidied, ten; the District Attorney,
Collector, Naval Olllcer and Assistant
Tieasuier, all Kederalolllceis, two.
It was 11 mo3t dieai y sight the long
Milngof curlfiges. Only tho ptesence
ot tlio large number of eminent men
kept II fiom being unpleasantly monot
onous. Following the dignitaries camo
THE VEl'HUAN DIVISION.
Oonet.tl Sickles, comiuandlni' this di
vision, wan assisted by tho following
Malm (itnciht Daniel llutlcrflcld. ililcf nT
st ill and seulorutdu; llrlg idler llim lal Henry
l.licin'ilii.llilgidlcrdcuctal Jns U O'llelme,
llrliradli r (leneinl James H 1'rnrur. Ilrlirmllei.
(Icneral Uaniuel K Hchwi 11k, U H. A; llilgadler
(Icniial I r.uiels II Hplnol 1. Colonel 'lliomiis
naiiciiy, cinouci .101 1 wuson, (oioiiciii
Putter, Lieutenant Colonel Henry (' Porley,
Llc-utciianl Colonel A d'Onlllc, .Major J I
Coinstock, lliovct Ciptalu Idwaid Itiown,
Captain MatllitiwHIewnrt, Captain I M Hemlcr,
l.lcuteliant JolmA II Nickels, V S N, and I'll
The division was headtil by an coeoit
ot General Sickles' vcteians fiom tho
old Tlihd Anny Corps. Then came
lethed anny ollled.-', tho Navy
and Marine Coins, comnrinded by
Ucnerai ,101111 u. Konuioii ; tlio Loyal
Legion nnd the tluce societies of the
Army of the Potomac, the Tenne -
sec and Iho Cinnheiland. Following
matched about 111,000 membets of the
G. A. It. Geneial Hiirdclt was In com
mand. Seventeen States besides New
Yoik weio ii'prcseuled, and the Dis
trict of Columbia M'Tit si delegation.
Tlie following States wcie icpicsented :
Ponnsylvanl 1, Ohio, New Yoik, Maine,
Texas, low.i, Connecticut. Maryland,
Illinois, Virginia, Indiana, New Hamp
shire, New Jeisey, Coloiado, AVNcou
sin, Missouri, Kansas mid Massachusetts
They took pieccdenee In the tuncosslon
nccoidiugto the dale of .admission into
the Union of tin if respective State,
thoujjli Meade Post of Philadelphia
claimed pieccdenco of nil because the
General was a member of that post.
Foity-iK poMsof New York city wcie
In line, numbering 1,025 men, and 'M
fiom Hrooklyn, numbering :i,l05 men.
Upwmd of fi.000 men came fiom New
Jersey. Tne following nnlional nlllccrs
tool; pait : H. H. Huriiett, Washington,
Comuiuuder-ln Chief ; Seldun Connor
of Maine, Senior Vice-Coniinander; '1',
11. Hiewait 01 unto, (jiinpiain ; .101111
Cameiou of Wnhington, Adjutant
Geneial ; John Taylor of Pennsylvania,
Quailcrmastcr-Gcneral ; Kied. llrackctt
of Washington, Assistant Adjutant
Geneial, Following the G. A. It. camo the
Second Veteian Plro Xouaves, Fouith
KwelMor, Anderson Zouave, Sixty
tecond New Yoik, Sixty-ninth Veteran
Coips, Diuyca Zouaves, Fifth N. Y.
V., Ph t N. Y. V., National Zouaves,
Tenth N. Y. V., Garlhildi Gunu!,
Thhty-nlnth N. Y. V.; Colonel Thos.
Itnllerty, commanding; Hawkins Zou
aves, Ninth N. Y. V Fourth N. Y.
V., Thirty-sixth N. Y. V., Portlcth N.
Y. V., Mo?nit Itcglincnt, Tain-
many IJcglment, Forty-second N
V Ninetieth N. Y. V.. One
Hundred nnd Tlilrty-tbiid N. Y.
V., Ono Ilundicd nnd Thhty-nlnth N.
Y. V., "Forty-fifth N. Y. V., Mexican
War Veteran', Tibbies Association
First N. J. V., National Veterans,
Chicago; New lledford Vcteians,
Philadelphia Vcteians, Yetiiana of
Regular Army, Seventh Iteglmcnt
Veterans, Colonel L. W. Winchester,
commanding; Twenty-second Itegl
mcnt Veteran?, Colonel G. W. l.alrd,
00111111(11111111!:; Pouitccnth N. Y. V.,
Ninth N. Y. V., Soldiers' and Sailors'
Union ot Brooklyn, Sohhten and
Matrosseu Union of Urooklyn, P. M.
Crossant, commanding; War Veteran
Association Foiiitecnth H?glnicnt of
Urooklyn, Colonel P. 11. Fowler, com
manding. THE CIVIC DIVISION.
Following the vcteians camo tho civic
oiganlations. There wero at least
7,000 persons in this division and as
ilioy weio Incauiages the lino stietched
out to an Intoimlnahlo length. General
MuMnliou was In command and was as
sisted by the following aides:
Oenoial Anson O McCook, Senitorl'iedS
dibits. Colonel John K Pet ley, Colouol. Inhn
W Jacobus. SonatorMlchaolO.Murphy, Com
missioner Jacob llesa, Colonel Alfred Wa
Btnn, Colonel CI1119 I'relehel, Colnnol Henry
C Porloy, Judge Holon II Smith, Captain John
('Calhoun, Colonel A (1 Dickinson, Colonel
William O lloone, Coloni I Itolu it L Ilurnett,
Colonel SamuolTiiiesiloll, Ccueral .laincrt It
O'lleluio, JInJor W II Qiilnoy, Captain W A
ICIrkhmd, Colonel John VV Matnliall, Colonel
John O'llytno, Captain JnuicB vt llindy.Thoj
Jackson, Hurfrcnii David D Toal, Huivojoi
HausT Ibattlc, Cornnci 1' Levy, Captain
Johnston llecpirs, Colour I John Tracy, Col
onel Hi in j" Wnllerenn, Harry M Dickinson,
Colonel Hcniy Huss, linllod Hiatus Couunls
slouei John A tihleids, Colonel (lonigo P
Hoppci, Colonel Charles (I Otis, (leueial I
T lioiioliuo, V II Shepard, Chailcs P Tower.
The civic division was divided Into
four subdivisions as follows:
Fhst subdivision, Cdonel W". ".
Chinch, conunandlng Society of tho
Cincinnati; Chamber of Coinincice;
Now Yoik Historical Society; Union
Lcnguo Club; AtecClub; United States
Christina Commission; ex-dlplomatlc
and coiiMilarollleei.v;Citlens' Law and
Older League of 15 iNton; New Haven
Chamber of Commerce.
Second sub-dlvlblon, Colonel John
W. Mm shall, conunandlng Stock P
clunge, Cotton Lxchange, Pioduce
n'chauge, Hood of Tiadii midTians
poitallon, Meiciutlle P.vehanj;e, Mirl
time Association, .Metal L'eham;e,
Heal Pstato Lveliauge, Hoaid of Plro
Thlul Subdivision, Colonel Chmles
G. Otis, connnnnillng Republican
County Committee; Young Men's Re
public in Club of Now Yoik; Young
Men's Republican Club of Kings
County; Young Men's Republican Club
of Jci-ey City; Young Men's Republi
can Club of Haltimoie; Lincoln League;
Third Ward Lincoln Club.
Fourth subdivision, Colonel John W.
Jacobus, commanding Association of
Exempt Flicmon; Volunteer Fiicmen's
Association; Sons of Veterans; High
land Guard; Knights of Pythias;
Knights of Sherwood Foicst; Excelsior
Council No. 1 1. 0. U. A. M.; Valley
Forgo Council No. 2, .1. O. U. A. M. ;
Soclcta del I'Vatoruo Amote; JJxceldor
AsFoclatlon of Jerfcy City, Thomas
AC Tllir. TOM II.
Ceremonies With Wlileli tlio lloml
Clilcflulii 11111 I.nlil nt Itosl.
New Yoitif, Aug. 8. Theendenvois
of Iho icprcsciiliitlves of the Gtnnd
Anny of tho Republic to have the ritual
of that organization Introduced nt the
burl il (ci vices ut tho tomb have been
successful, mid a (lelnchmont from the
Geoige G. Meado Post of Philadelphia,
to which General Grant belonged, was
detailed by Comuiitider lu-Chlef llm
dctt to take charge of that portion of
the fen ice. In the matching column
this detail was placed In one line be
hind the clcigy and In ndviiuce of thu
catafalque. Not mine than llftccn
minutes was icqiilrcd In which to tc
peat the Gtmid Aimy of the Republic
set vice, after which I lie Siengeibtind
was allowed losing.
Then tlie fuueial seivlce ot Iho
Methodist ('lunch took place. To thu
Regular Anny Is accorded the privilege
ot concluding tho set vice at tho tomb
wllli the simple mid cxpiesdvo ccic
mony of "tnp." If. Is customary at
mllltmy builds, though not icqtihcd by
a legulailon of tiio service, to sound
this eill. Colonel Fred Grant lieaid It
at Fiich n builiil In the West, and was
so Inipic-Hii) by Iho eill Hut be ie
inn Med Geneial lliiueock to 01 dec It
Bounded nt 1 1 hen ice nt Rlveislde Paik.
"Tnpk" was foiuuhd immediately
at Iho i'Iijic of the leuedlctloii. Tiiuu
pcter K'roiise, of P.itteiy II, Fifth artll
leiy, detailed lor duly witn tliegiuudof
honor In Halteiy A, was t elected for
this tii vice, Thhty 'cionds Hi Meatier
tluce volb-vs of niiuki'Uy wcie thed
by two legliuenlsof lufantty from thu
FliEt ilivislnu of the State National
Guaid, and Captain Riudolph's Light
llattciy F of Hie Fifth United H'ates ai
tilleiy, Hied three salvos and ciosed
with the Prcldent's nihile of twenty
New Yohk, Aug. 8. Tlie eita
fahpie hearing I he imuaiiis reached
Rlveislde P.uk at i! o'clock.
Tlio Dlsllniilslieil Mourners.
Ne,v Yoitiv, Aug. S.--Tht) tneiubiM's
of the (I1.111I family except Mrs Grant
decided to await the milvil of tlie
pioceislon at the Fifth Avenue, Hotel
where they me ntnyhig. Dr. Douglass
called upon tliem. Mi'. S 11 toils was
deiqily allccted during the waiting nnd
sobb.'d convulsively as nlie shook tho
hand ot tlie physic! m wiio bore Kiieb
an Imporl.iut pari In I he closing days of
hei f ithei's life. Atpiccisciy lOo'elock
carriiges diovo up to the eutiauce mid
the inemb'iHof the findly took heats
In them as follows:
Colonel Giant, accompanied by Mis.
Sutoris and Mrs. Fied Grant, in tlio
!litc.u rhge; Mrs. U. S. Giant and
Senor Itiinero in the second; Jesso
Grant and wife In thu third; Mr. and
Mrs. Ciamor in the font Hi. The next
contained (leucral Creswcll and wife,
and was followed by Potter Palmer
and Mr. lloiioic. In another and last
caniage wcie Mi. Moiton and Mr.
AtlOillO a. 111. President Cleveland
appeared at the untiance of tho hotol
and Immediately enteied his carriage.
He was accompanied by Secretary Bay
aid. Tho Piesldent was dtessed in n
plain black suit, black high silk hat and
carried mi nnibrclli. Following tlie
cairlngo of Piesldent Cleveland and
those of the Gi tint family were carriages
coot lining Vice-President Hendricks
and the delegation of the Senato nnd
Houso of Represent Ul p. Theso car
riages formed In Twenty-third street,
tluco abreast on a lino extending
toward Sixth avenue, waiting the ar
rival of the catafalque.
IIM'1, 1 V I1V THE .SUII'l'I.VU
An lllecllte Oeinoiihliallou in
.Vleiiiury ol Uie tjeiiornl.
NewYoui;, Aug. 8. t'hough, of
couifc not so imposing or hnpres-ivc as
the fuueial proccs3lou on land, but as
cll'ectlvoa deinonstrntlnu of respect to
the memory of Geneial Grant was
made by the shipping In tho harbor.
All classes of crafts participated, and
oven tho omal boats and oyster scows
displayed mourning. All the
feny houses, freight nnd railroad
depotn and ocean steamers mid
feiry boats along tho river
fiont had their llaga hnlf-masted, nnd
the vessels at the Urooklyn and Jeisey
City wharves showed the same marks
of leepect. Tho coasting and river
steameis, without exception, obeyed
the rule of the diy. The Irans-Athiu-tlc
lleet, which sailed for Europe,
hteamed down the Inv with lowoicd
eusgn, signal digs anil pennants a
maik of lespcetshowii to the meiuoiy
ot very few public men.
Illinois ut Went I'nliit.
Wisr Point, N. Y Aug. s. Gen
eial Meiiltt lust nlglit Issued 01 tiers
tint when the fimeiul piocesslou In
New Yoik moves the cadets 'hall pa
iade in front of the superintendent's
quaiters, where all ollleeis not on duty
with tn ops will al-'o assemble In full
unlfoini. The 01 ders of tlie War IV
paitmeiit will be lead, after which all
labors for the day will cei'e. Thhteeii
guns will bellied at daybicak, and one
each half-hour until sunset, when
thhty-elght will he lired.
In Honor ol Oriinl.
London, Aug, s. q'lio Aineilcau Le
gitlou and Consume aioclosod to-day
hi honor of Geneial Giant. ThoAmeil
cin Lxchingi) Is also closed, and Its
fiont completely toveied with black
HltooiCLYN, N. Y., Aug. 8. Thoro
was n general suspension of business In
this city to-day. All the stores upon
the principal s iccts weio closed, thu
majority being ta-tefully draped in
mom nlng. All tho public olllces, tlu
coiuts and nearly all the factotles wero
closed. After tho Thlrtoanth, Four
teenth, Twenty-third and Foity-scventti
Regiments and the Grand Army Posts
had left the city for Now Yoik, tho
city seemed desetted, fot neatly ovory
bodyhndciossed. elthoi tho brlden or
by the foirles, In older to get a vlow ot
tho great funeral piocesslou.
Al I'lllsliuitf mill AllOKlicii) llj,
PlTTSiiuito, P v , Aug. 8. Pittsburg
and Allegheny cltlus to-day unlto ox-
Contlnucdon rourth I'aifo.