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FRIDAY. MAR. 18. 1887.
SENATORS AT A FUNERAL.
NOTEWOUTHY SCENC IK TI1K
11KU AT WASIHNOTON.
Washington, February 17. In
paying their final tribute to the
memory of Logan tho senators prob
ably presented the last noteworthy
scene in their chamber before the
opening of n new Congress. By
that time fifteen of tho senators of
yesterday will be senators no more.
'A look at the body on this interest
ing occasion will not, therefore, bo
without some little profit.
Senators dio every year and their
surviving associates eulogize their
characters, but these post-mortem
panegyrics rarely mean as much as
those delivered in the four hours
devoted to tho Logan tributes.
Every inch of the surrounding
galleries was occupied when tho
Senate assembled at noon, savo only
the blue upholstered benches in the
diplomatic apartment and tho long
colored bench reserved for the
President's household. The two front
benches in the gallery at the left of
the vice-president's chair, which arc
separated from the press gallery by
a wiro screen, were held for the
mourners. A few minutes after
prayer these melancholy spectators
came from Logan's old committee
room, that of the committee on
military affairs, and took the seats
reserved for them. Mrs. Logan,
envcloncd in black, sat between her
fair-haired grandchildren, the Tuck
er boys, and her modest, good
looking, dark skinned, black moiis
tached son, John A. Logan, Jr.,
whose right arm encircled his
mother's waist and supported and
soothed her during tho trying first
half hour of the exercises. On tho
other side of Mr. Logan his sister,
with hair and 0309 of true Logan
blackness, sat with her tall, blonde
husband, Major Tucker, whoso
father-in-law secured him a pay
mastership in the army, and whoso
mother-in-law got tho secretary of
war to give him a. three years' de
tail in Washington. Next them sat
Parson Newman, and around them a i
score of kins-peoplo and invited
When tho journal of Tuesday's
session had been read, and nbout
two-thirds of the senators were in
their seats, tall, lean, sunken
cheeked, smooth-lipped and glistening-eyed
Shelby M. Cullom moved
the adoption of resolutions in praise
of his late colleague.
HOW DO SKNATOltS LOOK
nnd aetata funeral?
Well, first, about forty-five of
those present were dressed in black,
three or four in dark blue broad
cloth, and only James Donald Cam
eron relieved these sombre hues with
a suit of some quite Scottisli mix
ture. Not a smile was to be seen in
the chamber. There were no drap
eries, but Logan's old chnir was
left empty, and its present holder,
Senator Cullom, borrowed Senator
Mahono's seat. George F. Ed
munds eat beside the mover of thc
resolutions, aud with his chin rest-'
ing on the lapels of l)ig'long, blue
coat, and hisy-hanils folded on his
lap, he listened motionlcssly to all
the speakers. Justin S. Morrill was
seated on the other sido of Mr.
Cullom, and kept his legs crossed
and his hands claspedT William
Pitt Frye occupied his seat beside
that of the departed senator, and
sat with crossed legs and his head
resting on both hands. George
Frisbie Hoar shoved one hand in a
trousers' pocket and clutched tho
bottom of his vest with tho other.
John James Ingalls folded his arms
over his Prince Albert coat ana now
lookd earnestly at the speaker, and
then turned his back nnd becamo
thoughtful. His dreary agnosticism
excluded him from tho list of cujo
gists. When Cameron came in late
lie found William Mahouo perched
on tho edgo of his chair, but mo
tioned him to not move. Mahono
insisted, however, in giving up tho
seat and took another. The little;
odd-appearing Virginian, witli his
Jong, thin gray whiskers, wondrousjy
piercing eyes, his black broadcloth
frock coat falling back and revealing
theabsenco of n vest awl the pronuiico
of a heap of fine whito linen, over
which a yard or more of gold chain
wound about, and with his striped
trousers tucked at tho top to hide
tho deficiency of hips and met at tho
bottom by a pair of silk overgaiters,
moved from speaker to speaker, and
resting his head .on his bony arm
looked steadily in the facp of each.
William Maxwell Evarts, spare but
by no means short, scroutcjicd down
into his chair and rubbed his thumbs
together. John T. Morgan stretched
an elastic from sido to sido of his
desk and snapped it until ho was
tiwj, when, for a chango, ho wound
it about nd unwound it from his
fingers. Georgp Graham Vest, tho
only rebel senator, now .serving as a
senator of tho Union, sat oi his
l),ack as usual, and pinched his red
nose. Matt V. Ransom held his
gray whiskered face in his hands,
and Henry li. Payne, who would not
probably have a beat (o sjt In If
Logan had died a year sooner, con
structed an audiphono of his right
hand and tried to hear everything
that was said. Zebulun I). Vanco
kept to the back row and read a
New Pork paper through and then
went away. Wotlo Hampton sat in
iiis regular seat behind tho Demo
cratic rows, which ho selected with
a viow to tho comfort and freedom
of his artificial leg. Ccrro Gordo
Williams' tall Kentucky frame and
frosty moustache were seen by
Jo3cph C. S. Blackburn's scat,
where ho played with n ridiculous
derby hat and whispered to his suc
cessful rival for the Senate his hopes
of a place on the intcratalo com
merce commission. John P. Jones
looked surprised through his mass of
gray whiskers as he heard speaker
after speaker praise Logan's poverty.
Arthur P. Gorman and Dnniel W.
Voorhees sat side by side, tho form
er tho cleanest cut face and figure
in the Senate, and the latter wrinkle
browed nnd growing portly. John
Davis Long stepped in tho chamber
in sack coat and with a derby hat in
his hand, and quietly said "Dawes?"
Whereupon Massachusetts' senior
senator sprang from his scat, gave
the now smilelcss Hinghamito his
hand, which tho latter held for a
minute, when the former put his
thumbs in his trousers pockets and
the winner and loser conversed
solemnly. When there was nothing
more to say Mr. Dawes backed out
of the chamber through the middle
doors, and Mr. Long went into tho
Republican coat room, where half a
dozen senntors sat smoking and
gassing. Then Father-in-law Ran
dall came in nnd ran his searching,
peerless eye over the chamber.
When he had gone AVilliam Crown
ingshicld Endicott, with one red
glove on and the other off, walked
in, shook hands with Wade Hamp
ton, and strolled into tho Democra
tic cloak room.
The general behavior was not
much unlike that winch character
izes the average Sunday morning
congregation at church.
What kind of funeral sermons do
About the same as are daily heard
in rural meeting houses all over the
country. Very few spoke like sena
tors, most of tho speakers affecting
tho affectations of the parson, aud
half a dozen insisted on giving the
priciso dales of all the principal
events in the life of the dead man,
while mortuary commonplaces ran
through the whole four hours' ser
vice. All but two used manuscript.
Mr. Cullom began the specchmaking
quite properly with a biographical
sketch, and Senator Morgan, speak
ing as one who for flventy-flve years
stood in opposition to Logan, de
clared that he had not gone to soino
mythical land where his remarkablo
energies are no longer of any use,
but was still serving a great pur
pose in the divine economy of his
Creator. Charles F. Mandcrson
read his speech briskly and well,
praying that peace bo with the deso
late widow, and Hampton, from the
standpoint of a Democrat and a Con
federate delivered a most kindly
address in the gentlest and bland
est manner. Senator Allison in his
remarks said something about the
Blaino and Logan campaign of 1884,
and said of the latter that the pub
lic examination of his past revealed
no shame. There was a significant,
not to say cruel, cmpliaais 'n the
word "his," but I.oan'flnd no trace
of the sentiment in the Congres
sionaLRecord of the day. When
Mr.Kdmunds'thno came, lie shoved
eliis feet back and ducked his head
forward as he sprang from his cane
bottomed and cane-backed chair.
Stepping between his desk and that
of Logan's, tho senator from Ver
mont caught his throat with his
right hand and then squeezed his
fists together as he began his speech.
Afterward, when he did not have
ono hand spread out on Logan's
desk and the other doubled and
lying on his own dosk, they were
held together before him. It was
strange to hear such an eminent and
learned statesman repeating the
ignorant twaddle about England
being tho mother country of tho
Americans of to-day, and crediting
certain of Logan's qualities to the
vain and boastful Anglo-Saxon race.
The departed senator had in him
less Anglo-Saxon blood than Fred.
Douglass, and probably a litllo moro
than O'Ponoynn Rossa. Mr. Ed
munds kopt'his pyes gn tho floor
throughout his speech.
Joseph It. Hawloy made his re
marks with tho aid of a sheet of
letter paper, on which his notes were
written. The rather youtliful-ap-npqrjng
John C. Spooncr mndo tho
most eloquent address of the day,
and set tup gajlcrjcs to weeping,
aud when he had finished J!s plea
for Mrs. Logan's pension, big, white
headed senators were crying, Mr.
Spoouer's own colleague, tho vonor
ablo Philetus Sawyer, was tho most
visibly moved. I heard a man say
that ho had watched tho Senate for
years, but had never beforo scon a
senator cry. William Pitt Fryo
spoke just as if ho were on the
stump, discarding tho funeral tone
.and buttery platitudes of those who
preceded 'j;m. Tho senator from
Maine nnques.ttpnobly made tho
strongest i speech of Mo day, Ho
talked candidly and intprcsijngjy
nbout politics, and severely rebuked
tho vulgar aud narrow interpretation
that many of tho people nnd sena
tors had placed on that broad,
pjrong, good old word honesty,
ifr. Vryt) resented tho inferenco
that could bo reasonably drawn from
tho common assertion' that Senator
Logan never robbed tho government'
or took a bribe. When ono pauses
to rpe'eon tho number of men in tho
world umj tfo number that never
got a dollar in violation of tho sta
tutes, or oven the ten cojumapd
mcuts, it is realized that most pcoplo
nro honest in that cheap senso of
IUU luuu. ii jjriuia cyutvu uwa
rrriirri"J,y 'n '"r-,a.- ripj-r.
uttered in tho husky, broken tones
of old age, and emphasized by tho
restless movement of the right index
finger. The other hand was kept in
coat tall pocket. His sentences
wero nil within raasonablo bounds.
Charles 13. Farewell roso to clo90
the services of tho day, lookiug far
moro liko u senator than did his
predecessor, but Ills parts of speech
arc poor indeed when contrasted
with Logan's. Cullom, Mandcrson,
Hampton, Spooncr, Evarts and Sa
bin, all employed poetical quota
tions with which to strengthen or
adorn their expressions. Though
the Senate had met to discuss the
life and extol the deeds of n Union
general and a Northern partisan,
such remarkable good tasto and such
an nmiablo spirit prevailed that
neither tlto 'Unionists nor tho cx
Cinfcdcrntes struck a discordant
note. The war is a long way off
now. James Morgan.
London, March fi. It is reported
that as soon as a parliamentary
vacancy occurs Sir Gcorgo Trcvelyau
will stand as a Gladstonian candi
date. Vienna, Marcli 4. Servia, as a
precautionary measure, in view of
the trouble in Bulgaria, has sent
troops to the frontier. It is also re
ported that tho Servian reserves
nave been called out.
New York, March 4. Special.
Tho J'osl's London cablegram
says: Chamberlain and Trcvelyau,
as representatives of the dissident
Liberals, have obtained n concession
on two points, which they consider
vital ; first, the appointment of the
Irish judges by the imperial Parlia
ment; second, the reservation of
part of Protestant Ulster from tho
plan of Irish government which will
bo proposed. This settlement is of
the most indefinite character, but it
is the first and most important step
toward a reunion. It is made more
significant by Trcvclyan's speech at
the Devonshire club, in which he
smote the government hip and thigh,
and declared that the game of law
and order was up in Ireland.
In tho cabinet the question of
homo rule is being hotly debated.
Lord Ashbourne presses his moder
ate scheme of local self-government,
but the old Tories are in a majority
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