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Springfield Globe -Republic
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Volume V. Number
Wasuinutos, July 23 For Tennessee and j
Ohio Valley Continued wnrm and generally!
f.ilr vialher; variable winds; occasional IucaIi
$3, $6 and 89.
BOYS' WOOL SUITS $4
YOUTHS' S10.00 SUITS, $6.00.!
Globe Kills Fine Cassimere
Trousers $5, till Auaust. Fine
all Wool Pants in Mixtures $3.
Boys' Shirt Waists and
Separate Pants must turn into
money; too many to sell at ?.
Straw Hats at closing
prices. Mackinaws 75 cents,
imitations 40 and 50 cents.
Springleld's Only One Price
The Community of Mansfield In Two Hao
tlont vr the Killing of II r. Wallaie.
Foiit Woimi, July 23. From citizens o
Maiff1cli, twenty mrlea soiitli, It Is learned
tli.it a reign nf terror exists In tho rmu
nVty, tlio outcome of tho killing of Dr. J.
W. Wallace by l)r. J. T. Stevens for which
hilling Stevens was tried nml aciyurtfcx!.
There aro two factions In tlio place, one be-
Moving tho killing justifiable, nml tlio other
deeming it a cold-blooded murder.
About a week ago, the residence of T)r.
Stevens' ftttier wan burned, and Tieftsday
mnmliik'. between onu and two o'clock, (be
offices of Dr. htcveiin and Dr. Wallace, a
brother of tho deceased, were fired by In
Huiulay a fino liorse of Dr. Stevens' was
poisoned and tills wan followed on Monday
by tho death of u splendid stallion Mong-
hg to Wallace, which had also bwun
poasouod. Men who aro not on either side
of Uie controversy My they are afraid to
open their moidlui, as both factions aro
dangerous. Murder Is looked for us the
next outcome, Tho grand Jury Is net In
twawlnn, but Ihe bhejUI will probably wwt
soveral doputleii to the scene nf the IroiaWe
to try and keen tho neaiw. Tliu feeders an
fully armed, rMoparod for a fight whenever
tue oppoi tunny niters.
A BLOOOY DEEB.
A Yaana; Man Mnrdera lili lteeefactor
Lynching Alinnit Certain.
DhNVKK, Col.. July 23. In Paradox
Valley, In the extreme western portion of
of Colorado, John W. Prentiss, a wealthy
ranchman, has been inurdoied by a voting
man named Koltliw, who was living witb
klui. The two men occupied a cabin to
gether, llollliw ahot Prcntjw, mangled the
body ami then threw It Into lice well. The
murderer thru took evor)thlng of value
about Iho place. Including tho horses, and
rode to Mnntroae, Urn nearrat Matiou, where
lie proceeded to dtsMsu of tha stolen goods.
I'nwtNs was mls.sod by Hie neighbors and
a searih iiisultisl In the finding of thw body
In tho well. Two of tlio neighbors pro-
muled to Montrose and arrows! Kollins,
'I hey M Jtted lyck to Paradox Valley with
tho prisoner on Monday, An tin ro are no
courts In that part of Ihe couittr, a lynch
Ink' Is almost eeil.iln. lUillliia Isonly twenty
two vearsold and came to Colorado nine
months airu bv reiiuust of the man ho tuts
murdered, who knew him In the, Katt. lie
la from Louisville, Ky., whew hit paroDta
THE DEATH OF GRANT.
The Civllizotl World Mourns tho
Death of its Groatost
Honors Paid to Grant Throughout.
America and Europo.
Telegram From the President To
Proclamation by President Clove-R
Mt. McGnHiou, N. V., July 23, General
IGrant died at R.08 a. m., surrouniled by all
hU family. Ho passed out of lllo peacefully
and without evident pain. An embalmcr
Rfrom New York v. Ill lie summoned to pre
servo General Grant's remains, but a local
undertaker will undoubtedl) conduct tbo im
mediate details and convey the remaint to
New York. When tho body shall havi
reaclieil .New lork tlio question of a post'
mortem will bo considered and determined
by the family. As to tho placo for the burial
of the general, a month ago three places were
considered as suiting bis wishes In that di
rcction. Th choice, however, was narrowed
to two, owing to the natural wish of tho gen
eral that his wife should rest besido him. A
strong desirohas been expressed to tho famllj
that the burial should take pUcoin Washing
ton and efforts have been put lorth to maki
New York the Inst resting place of tho Gen
eral, lleforc his death, however, General
Grant lift tho iholce of n burial spot entirety
to Col. Fred, Grant, imposing the condition,
that the spot selected should bo such as that
Mr. Grant might rest by his side. His re
mains will bo removed to New York by
spuial train and there prepartd for burial.
The New ut New York.
New. York, July 23 S.30 a.m. The news
of General Grant'a death had been received
but a few moments before the bells upon
Innlty and at. John s churches began to
toll, and in a few minute the solemn tones
were caught up in all parfs of the city and
conveyed the news of tho General's death to
the people of this city and flrooklyn.
Nkw Youk, July 23, 11.30. Iu lis than
halt an hour after the sad new 3 from Mt. Mc
Gregor was received in tho city all flags upon
public buildings and largo blocks down town
wero at half mast. Tho mournful peals ol
church bills bad also carried the tldiugs to
Iho shipping in tho harbor, and flags upon
their masts were also lowered. Signs ol
mourning were seen on all sides. All are
doing what they lan to show that tho death1
of tho great man is deeply mourned by the
I'lTTsni'iui, July 2J. General Grant's
death creatid a profound leellng of soirow.
Flags on all newspaper olhcc, public build-
lings and BUi)iuboalS were placed at half mast
rand in many places jiortraits of iho departed,
lruped In mourning, were displayed.
Ciiicaoo, Jnly 23. All tho newspaper
offices and other public buildings here had
dags half-masted within a few moments after
General Grantexpirod. The newsboys imiikbj
houtod sxtras and groups of peoplu on their
way to work tagerly purchased and stopped
motionless to read.
Arrangements to toll the fire bells had
been made in case the long-louked-lor cvint
secured at night but it was diemcd after da-1
light that other means would spnad the newt
as rapidly, hvldmco of public borrow win
reportid from every quarter of tho city.
I.nhianai'OLIS, July 23. As soon as the
hows of General Gram's death was received
the fire bells of the city began tolling, ami
thus the Intelligence was speidily made
known all over the city. Plugs on public
nd private buidings are 11 ing at halt must
and the feeling of Borrow uud sympathy is
Columuua, O., July 23. The news
death ol Geu. Grant, this morning, has cast a
gloom over thu lity. The lliigs on public
buildings aro at half mast and bills are bcingHGrant and U. S. Grant, jr., and near tlio cor
WAbiilMHON, July 23 As to the place ol
burial, it is said that a choice had betn made
by the General, but it was known only te.
blmeelt, Mrs. Grant uud Colonel Fred Grant
A gentleman savs he Is inclined to think I
however, that the Geneial had not selected
Washington, but possibly West Point,
Shortly after eight o'clock, this morning
tbo President was informed of the death of
Gen, Grant. Ho immediately di reeled tin
Hag on tho White Douse to be placed at hall
mnst. The lowering ot the flag was tho first
ntimation that tho citizens of Washington
bad of the death ot tho distinguished man,
although they had been untliipaling It
throughout the night. A few minutes
tltir, the White House ling was placed
at half mast; the Hags un all
public buildings and many private oues were
placid In like position.
Tho bells of the city tolled and tltlzeus who
beard thim readily recognized their meaning
Huslness mm Immediately began drapluc
their houses with mournlrg ami the resi
dences in similar manner showed the ejteeur
ol their owners for the deceased.
While tho bells tolled President Cleveland
lent the following dlspitch to Mrs. Grant, at
Accept this expression ot my heartfelt sym
pathy in this hour of your great aillletlon
: - .... .1 ..
lie people oi tno nation mourn wuu you
nd would rtacu, u tuey couiu, wuu kiuuiv
SP11LNGF1ELD, 01EI0, TIIUBHDAY EVENING, .TULY 2JJ, 1885.
I comfort, Iho depths of tho Borrow which I
t yours alone, and which only the pity ol do'
lean heal. Unovia Cllviiano, I
Tl... Tim..,!,,', rannllm.ir.li. fat.t..Al Mil
.ll . ,Oil.I SI Vnu.uv. ......
; cauca lor 11 ociock instead 01 li, tuo usual
hour, to tnUe action on the doalh of tho ex.
Honor to Grunt
Cincinnati, July 23. A meotlng of Ohio
(InmtnnnrlarT nf thfl TjfiTiil Lptrtnn nf theAnrcail t.ntli Ua tmnrla iitA lnnlnr firwan,! f
'United State., will bo hold tomorrowRKtendcrly kl.scd the face pf the sinking man!?
evening In this city to tako action on Ihc.fiColoLcl Fred Grant l silently, but with!
death of Gonoral Grant, lato Commander ol
tho Jiew lork Commandory ol tho Ordor.
At Rvniuvllte, Inillaiin,
nAvsvn.ir, July 23. N'owa of
Grant's death was received hero with univer
sal sorrow. The bells on city buildings toll
ing, flags on public buildings at half mast;
stores and dwellings are now being drapei
Albanv, July 23. The following procla-;d
.. ... . .... .-it
tho State of New York
UlECUTM E CnAMDER, 1 t
July 23, 188D. (,
U. S. Grant, twice President of tbo Unltcdf!
States, the defender of tho Union, the?
victorious liader of our soldltrs, and
General on tho retired list oft
the army, is dead. To tho last he was thrl
truo soldier. Strong in spirit, patient In euf-I
faring, brave In death, bis warfare is ended
At the closo of his official life And followlnc
hat notable journey around tho world, when'
maiion nas ocen issued oy me uoveinor oiUjl'juu "i""' "" ijujciir appruacueu iuefaocnorRnjrant was received here with profound
.tributes of esteem from all nations were paidjrfexpresslon Seemed to bo deepening'
IhTnS) Vl.m AriAOA Ilia 1, nm A Mima.. itan ntifAAH. DfH !. ?.... 1 .h t it 1 J- I ll .
him, he chose his home among tho citizen
ot our State. He died upon our poll
In the county of Saratoga, overlooking the'
scenes made glorious by revolutionary mem
ories, it is littinir that the Stato which he
Ahncn no 11I3 lmmit atiittsl.t natmetnllw tmnna X, I J
VUVTE-U tli 1113 HUlUt OMUMIIi COllCtilllJ UUUUi IJI'iJ
mfmnrv I lin wririll nf rrlaf nml ikn Inlrm.ei
ui.uuja a uu " ui itj ui iiki uuu iuv luavuo
ot sorrow by which we mark his death1
shall honor, too, the oflices which ho held
and proclaim that praise which shall
ever be awarded thoso who servo tho repub
He. Thcitfore, It is hereby directed that Haih;
on public buildings of the s'lte bo placed at
nan mast until bis burial. Un that day, yet to
oe arpoinieu, an ordinary business In tho t.x
ecutive chamber and tho departments o'
the state government, will be suspended
Tho people of tho Stato aro c-JlIcdfc
ujiuu iu uippiej, uuui uia luuerai, euiuieuison
mourning, and it is requested that ou that day J
they cease from their businr-s and pay re-
prect to tbe Ulstlngulsneil ileiul.
.Given under my hand and the Trivy Seal of 3
me late ot .New lork. at the Uapltol. tut
the city ol Albany, tho twent) -third day ol
juiy, cijzniem uunureu ami eignty-live.
Signed.") Damu 11. IIlLt,
l)y the Governor:
William G. Kicl, Private Secretary.
At Mt. McGregor.
Mt. McGnxuon, July 23. A few minutes"
before 8 o'clock, Drs. Douglas, Shrady anOS.
Sands stood on inn mit,, Tern,la rnnv..r i
; .i. ii.i. in ,11 . .ITShiaily, quietly. The fact of his hav ng been
ing on the condition of General Grant, andijl i ., A .. , , , . i
!.. . 'wibsentfrom the side of tho dying man1
rcu.s.ngino prouaoiutu-aoi ins ueatn ana
the limit of life lelt with tho sick man. Mrs
sartons and stenographer Dawson, woieitind sad regret to the ilergyman, who had;
conversing a little distance away, whcnFlwe'tcd all night at the j;pttage. lie had been:
0. -.... -. ...
Henry, we nurao, stepped hastily up
on the piarza and spoke quietly tu
physicians be told them ho thought tho gen
eral was very near to death. The medical
men hastily entered the room whero the sick
man was lying and approached his side. In-
stantly upon scanning the patient's face Dr
Douglass ordered the family to be summonce"'
to the bedside. Ilosto was made, and Mrs
Grant, Mr. Jesse and wife, U. S.Grant, Jr.
and wlfonnd Mrs. Colonel Grant wero quiikijjsa
besido the doctor at tho sick man's cot. Mr
Bartons and Mr. Dawson had followed tlir
doctors in from the piazza, and the cntlt
family were present except Cololel Fred
Grant. A hasty summons was sent lor him
but ho entered the sick room whil
the messenger wos searching fo:
him. The Colonel seated hlmsell
at the head of the bed with his lift arm rest
ing upon the pillow above the bead of the
General, who was breathing rapidly and with
slightly gasping respiration. Mrs. Grant, calm
but with intense agitation, took a seat close
by the bedside. She leaned slightly upon
tho cot, resting upon her righi
elbow and gazed with tear-
blinded eyes into the General's face. Shi
found there, however, no token of recogni
tion, for the sick man was peacefully ani
painlessly passing into another life. Mrs
Sartoiis sat behind her mother and leaning
over her shoulders so witnessed tho close ol u
life in which she had constituted
strong clement of pride recently. II hind
Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Saratons, and at a little
listance removed stood Drs. Douglas, Shrady
nd Sands, spectators of a closing life, their
efforts and counsel bad so prolonged.
Un the opposite side of tho bed from bis
mother and directly before her stood Jesse
ner of the cot ou thu same side as Jesse and
near to eaeh was Mr, N. E. Dawson, Iho gtn-
end's stenographer and confidential eeemtary
At tbo foot of the bed aud gazing directlj
down into tho general's face was
Mrs. Colonel Fred Grant, Mrs. U. S
IGrant, jr., and Mrs. Jesse Grant, while
somewhat removed from the famllj
circles, Henry, the nurse, aud Harrison Ter.
rell, the General's body servant, wera respect-
vely watching the closing life of the patient,
thiir master. Kcr. J. P. Newman, I), I).,
had repaired to the hotel to breakfast and was
not present. The Generals little graudihll-
Iren, U. S. Grant, jr., and Nellie, were
sleeping the sleep of childhood li
the uur6ery room above. Otherwise
the entire family and household wero gather
ed at the bedside of tho dying man.
Tbo doctors noted on entering the room
aud pressing to the bed side that alnady
tho purplish tinge which Is one of nu
lures signals ot linal dissolution, had
settled beneath the finger nails. Th
band that Dr. Douglas lilted was fas
growing lolder than it had been through the
night. The pulse had tiuttere 1 beyond thi
point where the physician could distinguish
it from the pulse beats In his own linger tips
The rtspiralion was very rapid and was n
series of shallow, fainting Inhalations, but
happily the approaching end was becoming
clear of rattling fullness of throat and lungs
tho respiration grew quicker and more rapid
at the close. They also became less labored
ami almost noiseless. Tils tact wai In its
remiltn rnmtnri In the watchers v Hie t,,1.'?.i i. .11. 1... .... .. ....
. -- j
Tim wlf i,lmnt moalaiit W lrke,l die",
taco, forehead and hands ol the;
dying tieneral, acdi tt limes the?
!paslonato lonelna to pMTent tho ercnt so.
near woutd riso within her Mrs. Oram
Kevldfnt feeling, though hli bearing was that;
jLof a soldierly man at th death-bed of a hcrojj
tsldc. to whom was spared tho sccno ofanj?., , , . .. . , , ,
I,. ,1 .l J- r 1 1 .1 jrj'',Icuanie, and at tho Amcr can Consume
raeon'zlne or oilier than it Peaceful death. Pi
afather. U. fJ. Grant, Jr., was deeply movcd,Jdeath of Gen. Grant,
Jjbut Jesso bore the scene steadily, and tha la-!
GcneralSJ,, .i,n. ,.i,i it's , i,v ..'
Wles. while watching with wet checks, wercla
silent, as befitted the dignity of a life sucha
as waa closing before them. Tho mornlnitfn"" death of General Grant was bulletined a'
Jh&had passed uvemlnuUs beyond eight o'clock
uii'ie ivita nm uue ui luu airnincu anu
"waiting watchers but could mark the near-'
iUDC9s lile-tldn to IU final ebbing.
Ir. Douglas noted tho nearness of tho su-W
. .i i..i ,.-i .i
bedside and bent abovo It, and
'while ho did to '. the sorrow ot
jtho gray-haired physician seemed closely al-
l.cd to that of tbo family. Dr. Shrady also'
(lrow near. It was seven minutes after B'
"'clock nod the eves of the General wereclos-l
jing and his bioathlng grew more hushed. As
:lio last functions of the heart and lungs were
'hastened to the closing ot the
ex President's life a peaceful
in the firm and strong-lined face, and It was
reflected as a closing cotafort in the aad hearts
that beat quickly under the stress of loving!
suspense. A minuto moro passed and was
losing as tho General drew a breath. There
was an exhalation like that of one relieved
of long and anxious tension. Tho mem
hers of the group were impelled!
each a step nearer the hvad and each waited
ftrthi next nsplrallon, but it did not come,
ttieiil It never camel. There was absolute
stillniss in the room and a hush of expectant
suspense. No sound broke the silenco sav
Jtho singing of birds in tho pines outside th
otlago and the measured throbbing of the
nglno that all night had waited by tho little
.nountiln depot, down tho slope. "It is all
over," quietly apoko L)r. Douglas, and thcr
came then heavily to each witness the reall
atlon that General Grnt waa deAd. Then
tho doctors withdrew, tho nurso closed th
iyellds and composed tke dead General's head,'
after which caclfot the family group pressed
o tho bed side, one after the other, and
touched their lips upon the quiet face so lately
Dr. Shrady passed out upon the piazza and
" re ul1 80 Iie mct Dr'
P ln0 s,eP'- " "e 13 uei". remarked Dr
wlnd Uj )amily R, ,ho mQ
Wjment was the cause of sorrow
l . .-5- I t I.!" .-"..V.,.. . .
Jmrdoned from his breakfast a moment too
. .' . . -r "-
Isle, and reached the cottage only In time to
minister to the family sorrow and gaze upor
tho scarcely hushed lips of the dead General
to whom Dr. Newman's love had bound him
in such close tus and releatione.
Soon after Dra. Douglas and Shrady left
tho death-bed they conversed feelingly of the
later hours of General Grant's life. The puis
first had indicated and the intellect was Inst
to succumb Its clearness and conscious ten
leciy, after midnight Inst night, though
circumstance at threo o'clock Indicated
sciousneis. "Do vou want anv thing
Father?" questioned Col. Fred at that hour
Water," whispered the General huskily, bui
when offend water and milk they gurgled in
his throat aud wire ejeited, and that one
word of response, was the last utterance ol
Dr. Douglas remarked that tho p cullrrit;
of General Grant's death was explained by
tho remarkable vitality that seemed to pre
ent an obttaile to the approach of death. It
was a gradual passing away of the vital
forces. Consciousness, the doctor thought
was retained to the last. The General dice
if sheer exhaustion, and had a pcrfectiv
iialuless sinking away. "Yes," intcijectedj
Dr. Shrady quietly, the General dreaded pair
when ho felt he had begun sinking and v
i ked that he should not be permitted te
suffer. Tho promise was given and it bat
been kept since he commenced to sink. On'
Tuesday night ho was free from pain. A wetl
vgo tho General is said to havo In
timated that should he die here during
tho hot weather, he would prefer his remalni
should remain here until cooler weather, the
purpose being to spare his family a sad and
fatiguing journey in sultry weather. It Is
loubtful, howivir, if this suggestion is full
earrud out; though it is not unlikely thai
bis remains may repose here some daS
This, however, is entirely at tho dlsposa'
of Col. Fred Grant, to whom is lelt the entire
ODtrol of all ariangementa relative to hit
father's remains. It is the impression tha'
Washington may bo chosen as the burial spot
It is believed to be founded on the prescn'
nclination of Col, Grant. The only condi
tion made by the General and that as long
so as June 24 was that his remains should
oo interred where those' of Mrs. Grant might
in time He beside his own. An embalmtr It
now on tho way from Nuw York lu resjonse
to a telegram.
Gil ia, III., July 23. The announcement
if tho death ot General Grunt is received in
iGalena, his old home, from whence ho went
to the war, with the most profound sorrow
!On receipt ot the news the church bells wen
tolled On tho custom house and all nubile
buildings flags are llIng at half mast, and
public buildings, churches, business houses
ind private residences are draped In emblems'
ol mourning. General W, H. Rawlliigs, the'
onlv surviving member of tho old command
er's stall, and now the only survivor of the
great military family clrcle.and whose w Ife died
but n few weeks ago, Is prostrated with grief
Business in the city is practically suspended
and the people gathered In groups upon the
streets to express their sorrow with his old
neighbors, Mayor Ilarrett has called a meet,
ing of the City Council to make arrange.
menu for a proper memorial service to take'
placo at tho time of tho funeral.
The New a In I.onetou,
London, July 23. The news of the death
ICof Ocn, (Irani ha created a profound Imr.r s
iu - iiuu iu una c iv. on iiiit'i ai 111c Anier lean.
were ruatcu nt nan masi 1110 moment tlie 2
new3 rcaenen tlio city, l.irge porlriits of the
dead hero, draped In mourning, wero placid
over thnUImntM and ilnnro nf l.nih l.nii.i.?
Ings. 1 ho wholo front of the American V.x
cll,lDKe WM nl3 hml drl,l'cd- !
r. uiaaslono ana .Mr. John llnght wen
both much afltctid on receiving a copy of the
associated press dlspAtch announcing the
aASiuaiB, Tenn., July 23. Tho news ot,
all the newspaper ofliccs.
The bells of the
city aro tolling In
token of the Nation u
in St. Loula.
St. I.ocis, July 23. News of tho death ol
rn.. . ...
regret. General Grant hail lived hero ini
early lite, and St. I.ouisans looked upon
him almost In the light of a fellow-ciMrcn.
The fire alarm bells wero tollod ten min
utes and Hags were put at half maat. The!
United States courts adjourned out of re
sped to his memory. Thu several Pints ol
the G. A. H. havo already called meetings tc
make arrangements to send delegations to at
tend the funeral service.
From Kx.rrmiitmit llnyps.
Mt. McGiimioii, July 23. The folloninp
message was received Iroru ex-Prisiden'
Fremont, 0., July 2.1
Please assure Mrs. Grant and the sorrowiup
tamily thit tbi'V have tlio deepest sjmpitbi
of Mrs. Hnyes nnd myself. It 1!. Haies.
Ilouao In Which Ginnt Wn Horn to )
Cimisnati, July 21 Tho
Commerce adjourned today out of respect li,f!M H0 'f f '' ,,rls" !rty. Kry
J m mointjer of that party at present in Lowdon
tno memory oi iiener.il lirant. ine unam
bcr was draped in mourning. The Tim
3tnr special from Dat-win, Ohio, near Geern
Grant'a birth-place, rays. The whole com '
raunity joins in sorrow nt tho death of tbei ,
illustrious citizen. Plans aro on foot for pur
chasing and preserving tho house in which'
General Grant was born.
I'rorlatnntloii by the rreldent.
Washington, I). 0., July 23. The Presi
dent has issued the following proclamation
The President of tho United S'ates has Jus
ecelved the sad tidinzs of the death oi tha
illustrious litiren and ex-Preiident of tnif'
rf.t,.,i u,n,a r-..n m...... o r. .. ,,. J
iuiit-u uwna, vicu, jij-s' i - uruu', HI Ml
Jlctiregor, In tno siito ol .New York, to.,;
wnieli I lace lie uad lately in en reuinved i
.the end ivor to prolong his Hie. In makint
this announcement t") tho pconle of tb
Coiled Statc3, tho President is impre it
with the magnitude of thi pul
,1'e loss of a grut mlll'irv l, ,i(
ho win In the hour of victory raagnan
inous; amid d aa' r tcrei e fiiJ si if-us
lamed; who in every sti'fan, whether s t
soldier or a Chief .Miiglslrute, twice cilled ti
power by bid fello'v rountrmtn, t id un
iwervingly tho petliHiy of dutv, unJe .di
by doubts; singlcmindcd and s might ora'l
Iho entire couutrv lias witnessed Willi deei m
imouon uis pruungiu ani puier-i suu gi
tvithu painful disease, nrd liusnutched tv hi
touch of suffering with teiriu "vnipiUiv
Tie d Mined end lias come at lrst, and hi
(pint has rolurucd to the C'reatur who som
t tortti. Hie great heart ot the nntluu tha
o'lowed him when living with love and
pride bows now in sorrow above inni deal
tenderly mindful of Ids virtue', hi
irrcit pitriotic eervltcs. and of the
lossoccesioued by his death
In testimony of resoeet to the memory ol
General Grant, it is ordered that the i:.ecu
live Mansion and tho severil deparlmi ills a
Washington be draped In mourning lor a i,e
riod of thirty days, and that all public bun
ucss shall ou the clay of the Innenil be su -
pended, and the fcccret ,ncs of War nnii
Navy will cau-o orders to bo issued
tor appropriate military and naval honors tc
be rendered on that day.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto se
my hand and caused tho seal of the Uniter1
states to Le atlixed.
Dono at the city ot Washington, tho twen
ty-thlrd day of July, A. D. one thousand
Ight hundred anil clghty-rivr, and tho Inde
pendenco of tho United States the one hun-
Ired and Tenth.
Signed, Groveii Clm eland.
New ork nml thu i:nt In Mourning.
Nsvv York, July 2.1. From tho citle, vil
lages and hamlets, of this State and New
England tome news of mourning. Publi
buildings and private houses aliko display th
signs ot sorrow. Flags are out at halt-mai
ind bells send forth their mournful neal
everywhere. The Governing committee oi-B
the Stock Uxchango passed a resolution te
Muse the I.ichango on tho dav of tiencrai
Grant's funeral. rfl
Wasuimitov, July 2J. The President hath
isbued an order directing all the executive
lepartments of tho Government to lie eloeei
lit 1 o'clock, this afternoon, as a mark of rc-JJj
sped to the memory tf Geo. Grant.
Mnrrlnge nt thu Trluecx lleiltrlce.
OsiiousK, Isle ot Wight, Ilngland, Jul H
The marriage ol tho Princess lleatrice,
youngest elaugltir of Queen Vietoiia, tijnj
Prime llenty ol Hsttenbtrg, is to take loci
today at St. Mildred's churih in Whipping M
ham, six miles from Osborne.
Osbormi, July 23, Tho marriage cere
mony Is ended, A salvo ot guns from the;
Iguard thin has lust announced the fact.
.. . . m
Ztullonul sohlter.' iicuiitnii,
CoLi'MMM, Jul 21 The annual Naiiocal
Soldiers' He union, Caldwell, 0., August 13 te
15, inclusive, numbers among tho speaker ,.
Judge J. II. Forakir, TreJ. Douglass, N. P m
llauks, John .v. l.ogan nnd tiencrai Uibson
In Mavor'a Court esterdny afternoon
Sadie Miller, disorderlj, (I and costs, Wil
liam Parsons, participating iu a row in (iu
Hibsckman's saloon, $3 and costs; (,'harlc
Dudley, loitering, $1 and costs, Kiirnut Il'aek,
liaordtrly, $1 and cists; Jennie Hmh, disor
derly, $1 and costs; John HovviH, carvine.
Illbschman, $5 and costs; Mary Kraboy, dis
orderly, tl ami costs; Thomas Hose, disor-;
derly, $1 and costs; Charles IMlon, disorder
ly, dismissed ; 0. 0. Seaman, disorderly, dlr
missed; Uelle MiKlnnej', disorderly, $1 ane!
John F. Smith has gone to too country to
'rusticate for a few days.
yvum Hi'iiiivi.'ijaii iti3iuiiTiu
1 Volume XXXI. Number ltfi.
fl A V A I.TIIIsIT nKMMVCTI) ATFHV
Yt '"'ll vlMO 1lJJllUlrvJ 1 llXll lUltt
Tho Socialist Democrats Make the Funeral
of llillcr the Occasion of a
'.linn. I. A. Collins Tendered llanquet l)Ti
I.ciiilrm of the Irish 1'arly In Lon
don Klb.rlan 1'laffiie Ilroken
Out Near Odraia.
KOCIAI, DKHOCHATS AT FRANKFORT.
Fi:amk)ht, July 23. Quito an alarm
was caused jcstPiiLiy owing to fears of a
Socialistic outbreak. Tho Socialist Pemo-J
crats mado the funeral of their fellnw Ililler
tho occasion of an Anarchist demonstration.!
Most Inflammatory sficecltea wer prepared
denouncing (iwl, Kaiier and Government.
S'Jhotrnopsof thogarrlaon were held In the
mrracKs rway ler servica at a moment
warning. The cavalry, wstti horses saddled,
wuro juepared to charge through the streets.
The .lk'C fibade Rixwokes, aad the Social-
I., ILiiuim). M.tKi. ... (.Iu,,, ,t uro .f.
.mi uv Mrtanltlt wvwwinm w wvtj ..tu wur
iiwVi .1 l,v lh im.Ua iniArAtiuie wlui. after a
pointed sklruiMi, .restored order. About
fifty wero woKtitled In tM arlray. All was
quiet l.mt oenlng.
i.(inik)v. .hrty an. KfiMi How was ter-
niviidously excrteel yesterday over a person
al eiiconntor between Lord Ixnsdale and
Sir Genfgtf Cftetwynd abotit Roen. The two
men wen ridlug on honebaek lu opposlta
ellrecthana, nnd when they met wero ob
iwrved to rwnvenw exetteilly for perhaps
a half a mmute. htmultajiieotisly IKHh eus
mminted and, nothing at 0110 another, le
gan fightmg. Tho combatants wero Imme
diately uirrnundeil by a crnwd of faahlon
abtn people, a majority of whom evinced a
lively interest in the atreggle. Tlio contest
ants, after fMrbtine fuHy ton minute, were
sejMral.'d by their friends and harried away
in carriages. Itotli Kentlenien gave evl
denceof having been severetybanellod. Tho
fight grew out of the atOnttous ot both
parties to Mrs. Langley, which recently
havo lieen most market!.
Hon. Patrick A. ColUne, of Boston, mera-
ler of the American Uonso of IlepresenP
ntlves, was tcinlered a banquet last eteijlnfi
attcndesl, and tlio refection accorded tho
distinguished American was most enthusl
ntlc Tho loading sjassh of Uie evening
was tint of Mr. Parnell, who, after pay bur.
n grncciul mliuU) to Mr. teritlns as a man,
tho famu of vvho ability and energy ex
tended far heyonil the limits of his adopted
3 oiintry. proccwled to fnrther eulogif blmgOai llllll I USSOro lIOIlI,
JS for his sprvliiei tn the TrhJi rjuida. r!iKti,tjr.a '
for his services to the IrWi cauae, liartlcuUr-.B
ly as the President, at one time, of the Irish 'jl
American Iiad League. The Irish cause, f
ham .ii r. t -arneit, woum do niqwiass were It
not tor the sympathy and the practical aid
so ireviy iineicrt Dy tirae lortunaso uicm
bers of tho race who enjoyed Uie bles-Jucs
of freedom In the great country beyoad tho
j a sea. .vir. rarneii uiea entexeil into an ex-J
jiiiiMiiiioH ui iuu praaem aomicai siinanon.
in Ifaifland and IreJatid and In mnebmum
assured the Irish people hi America that than
attitude of Uie Irish party In the coming
rariumeiitarv elections would bo moderate,
firm, dignities! aud prudent.
When Mr. Collins roao In respond he was
heartily cheered. He thanked Mr. Faniell
for the kind words jitst apedcen and ex-'
presses! his pleasure at meettHg on this oc
casion, the men whoso names were Iimiso-
fj liol J w ords among the Irish people, w hethcr
at nonio or norotvi. 'me Irtsli-Americjuis.
he sxlihxi, were content to follow the orders
nf their leaders In IndaiHl, and were alwavs
leady to second with word and doeei the
gallant efforts that were being made to se
cure for tlie motherland the benefits of good
government. 1 hey hail already sobscrfboil
51,000,000 for the cause an I tliey stood
rely to contribute another million If need
be. air. (Junius' remarks produced an ex.
Liter advice's frn Spain placo tho total
numlx'r of new taes of cholera on Monday!
at 2,,S27 and the total number of deaths (it
bit NOH , July 23. It fcs learned that
Corean troops aro being drilled by HussUtn
officer. It Is also announced that tbo Is-
l.inel of Quelpaert In tho Yellow Sen, sixty
mites south ot Leiren, has been occupied m
Kitashn troops and will be tennorarll livid
nv me in.
Bfiiun. July 23. The Emernr dally
transae ts business of State at Gntuin. His
health continues to bo fairly satisfactory.
St. PpTBit-nuiio, .Inly 3.1. Tho Siberian
plague has broken out in three villages near
Odessa, owing to excts-dvely hot weatlicr.
Tbo ISnsstan branch of tho Afghan
frontier commission, under M. Lcssar, Isox-
pectest to anlve at tho frontier about the last
Vienna, JuIytW. Tho Shah of Persia has
gone to Meshed, near tho Afghan and llus
aian frontiers. It is suppose! that tils visit
Im in tho hopu that hU presence will tend to!
clieclc tlie encroachments of Hussla upon,
Nrw Tonic, July 23. An extraordlntry'
story of matrimonial singulation and Infe-
licity was related to Judge Donohuo in the
Supreme Court ei-.tenay when tho motion'
for aliiuoii In tho case of Mrs. Jennie
Martin against her husband, Mr. Edward
Martin, a diieetor In thai New York Lwi I-
surjiiee Company, was heard. Previous to
her rue sent rHiinection It aiipoars Mrs. Mar
tin has Nuiii married three tlmea, huiug!
ellvorciil lu eiicli limlance and Ixiast-s that on
each exs asimi alio mark) imnwy ly tlio ei)eni-
imii. sue is reixirienl to ue worth St 0.000.
all of whkli slio secured by her matrimonial'
siieeumtons awl ) lxis.se.ss a unrdruia) sup
fieieiit to last an onliuary- lifetime. Judge
Doiioiiue ii'seivj ins iiecisisii.
Mecretary Whitney and Roach'a Aaaleneea.
hw Youk, July 23.-A. K. Weisl am!
G. W. Quintan!, John Itoaclfs aMtiguecs,
with lawyers Vanderd nnd Uookstaver,
fiaw See'iet.iry Whitnej nt his" house in
rift vventh Street jesteulay. Nono of.
the gentlemen cared to sij what ImpivihsI
at the Interview. It Is Htidcrstuid, how
ever, tint an effort was m.ul.ln iiidiito Mi.
Whlliii' to reconsider the ieJectlon of the
Dolphin. "I cannot saj a wnrel iilxuit tlie
matter jet," said Mr. Whitney, "but when
I get back to Washington I will wrlto out1
my opinion and give It to tUe public through
Hull of rhlloaophy at Chuiitaueina.
FitAMiNfin ui, Mass, July 2.!. Tlio now
Hall of Philosophy at Mmint Waltu, Lake
View camp ground, built by memliers of the
uiauiauqiia I.itvrar and hclentilic tilde at1
a cost of SJ.riuu, was ilesllcati'd jesteielay in
tno presence or thousands nl iieople. Jtev
h. h. llaludelivened tho address. For this
oliji'itthe Hev. J. H. Vincent contributed
foui lectures last winter. To-night tho C.
L. S. C. ineiiibers will havo their annual
banquet iu tlie new hall.
Judge Dickey Urad,
Atlantic City, N. J., July 23. Judge
Dickey, of tho Illinois Supreme Court, dlcsl
at lrd'a cottago in this city at 11:30 o'clock
um ciuut. ailet aiiiuness of QeraLtaqaUia.
Chtld unit Nurae Injured by aVeroclout
FiTTBlil'itiiii.Jnly 23. Two ferocious bull
dogs attacked tho mum am! three-month
old child of Mr. Jrin Utautlug, of Alkai
town (a tlty Btikmb) Tuaaday aftwiiuti
wiilo out for an airing. The aurso wa
badly bruised and scratched. One ot Me
Iuogs aeiiaei we tiaisy by the (oat, Mtliia 1
im mt, t,he ibv, TJUa taH rill nhnll-
MURPHY t DRO.
48 & 50 Limestone,
24 inch Black Gros-grain Silk,
I $1.25, worth $1.50.
24 inch Black Surah, 75c.
44 men mack Mihatross, 60c,
44 inch Black Byzantine, 75c,
Twenty five cents up.
44 IN. ALL WOOL SUITINGS,
Reduced to 50c per yard.
Twff tva ft MW
12 l-2c,worth 25c, a handsomo
pi inted fabric.
44 in. Ail Wool Printed Nuns
Veiling, only 50c per yard.
LAWNS, 4o UP.
very best STANDARD
'. II. Xcw Snlna Embroideries .Inst
Just Think, 18c. buys a nlco Cape
Mil or C.irtw heel.
2."e. lmjsa stjllsli Hough nml Iteady
l!)c. Inns- tlio latest l'oke alinnes In
11 Se. bins the best Liicllsh Mllans. In
&1.'J. buvs the verv best Iiito Enir-
'lliesc prices nro amliiir of 23 tier
Taken From the r.ucllnir Street .Tall to
Teillly In the Groreo C. II oM Caae.
Nf.w YunK, July 23. Ferdinand Ward
was a witness jestertlay In tho caso of
Georgo C. Holt, assignee of Grant A Ware
against William S. Warner to set aside) cer
tain transfers of property by Ward to War
ner the night before tbo failure of Grant &
Ward, on tho ground that the property was
purchised b Ward with moneys fraiidu
lentlj withdrawn from tho Dnn. Ward was
finely diessed in n suit of blue svrge, hU
white shirt front showing three gold sUiel.
On the wltness-stnnit ho was cool and non-
clialent, giving bis answers In clear forms.
Tho investigation was confined to the small
er accounts. Tho larger ones will bo
reached today. Want's own tettUmonv
was to tlio effect that he took out Sl,200,lv
moio than he put in the firm. Tho hearii
was begun in Idlow Street tall, but nw
the referes) ik'ciding that Uk Jail was a
Illegal (.lace, the lawjers adjaurnnl to thu
SupreniB Coiul mnni and the Investigation
was tliero resunied.
The Count of Chrjennea anil Arapahoe..
FoitT Kieo, July 23. T!e enrollment ot
the Chejenno and Arapahoe Indiana was
conclinl! yesterday morning. There aro
2,ltiCliejeuiiesand 1,200 Arapalioes. No
ccilsih has been taken of the.se Indians since
1K74, wln-H tlui Clievcntif-i uumbereel 3.(KTi
Biid the Arapahoes 2,3.10. Un this basla
taliuiis leave tmen Ksued ever since. Tho
prcMtitt cunt shows that for several jeara
IJie Government lias bee n defrauded out t
the ditfereneo. The amount to be &ueel
yaarly h ".ri,Beo. This rosirtt shows liow
idreHig the Intliiences nre Hkely to havo lxen
to prevent a count, not nly from the In
dians tluwise Ives but from tho contractors
as well. Tho Indians are now nerfectlvr
satLslred and tlie trouble is all over. Colonel
liver, tho aaenL has resumed, Tho tretort
are thiniihx out. The force to he held hers
is not known. General SherMan will re
main a dvy or two lonfcer.
Jivltn llnach Ha I'aIiI for all Materials.
Phu.aih'I piiia, July 23. Jamoa Swank.
tlie fs?retary of tho American Steel Assoel
ntlon, said jestenlij that he had taken tho
trouble to mako linpilr of all tho Iron and
steel hrms with which John lloach had any
dealings, and Iwul ellcltesl tlio Information
Uut Ids liukibteiiuess to them Is not worthy
of imntiau, as he Jowcsl ttiein prac
tlcaDy imttdng. The) throe largest firms an-
mreil him thatrr, lloaeh was not In their
debt ahigk dollar, having paid ttienievuty
claim sane time r.gc. It Is generally tMt
Htned that his chief Inilebtedness Is to Now
York banks for nccui)nodat)oii In the way
of loaius, aad tkat lie haa paid for nearlj U
itot quite ail the material faMchaaad wtMi
rheradvnasces that ho received oa trtl fjwf
em men t cantraeta.