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SPK1XGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVESIXG, DECEMBER '2 1885
Vol. xajvi. ro. :iom.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
1 MO w li tu
.1.. ATIUBSKY AT I AH,
2M Main St
attorsm at law An cxt mnnnn.
Commercial lluiliting. Limestone st
JITTIIR1KV AT LAW.
Southeast corner Main and Ltmestnne
ATTOKNtT AT LAW.
o 11 Ircade
RV.MIOI.ril IIIU.M IN.
ATTORV-T AT LAW.
554 sut h Market St
K.svmsSAC. Mitchell Itiock.
J A. -M VI I l..
Cor. Market anil HlKh streets. over3Iorrow's.
.vomr-A 17. rc.idc Itutldlnc
14 South .Market St
S. E Cor. .Main and Market Sts.
1 EkV Ks OF ACIlIsn TKKTH CAPFin
PHYSICIANS AND. SURGEONS.
T A. SMITH,
IT ntvsiciAi AnsrRi.Fo.
23 W Mainst Kcslcleuce ar. W Main.
ll. lit (klM.lt M A IIPIIIM),
12 ltucklnshRin Block.
l STIN JL IIODMIN,
l(j West Main St.
TIv.s. I1K1.I. JL llt'I.ICK
PHTSICIAI AND rRGros.
SIRIllKhSt. Kesldenre 1 Center St.
To H Main St.
PHTsIClAX AND st Kl.n.
-117- . II VI.I,
11 sirgfoi AnmIClA,
HOURS J I'JIJ f , p m 53 E niRh SL
RE L ESTATE ANO INSURANCE
M Heal Estate Loin and Inxuranee centt
Ktsmi No. 1. Lacnndi Hank HulMinc.
Xo. 9 Arcade.
M. 31 VKHI.KI,
REAL K.STATC AID MrtXFT IXIA1FP,
Xo Commercia) lIuildinK.LIiiiestoneSt.
. H L. ROCkFlkLH. rROPRlETOR,
IllKh. Market and Washington itreeti
.1.1 ill M'llhM'K.
StoreflitureapecUlty. 2-X CenterSt.
3 H". M aihinjrton street.
ART AND ARTISTS.
ARTlsTII CRAYON ANIIOIU
Lntrance. M llliams- Art ttre,i E Main St.
Oil. WaterOdon.ailnaand Lustre I'alnt
lnitandCmyoninj; Hoojni. Mitchell ItUck.
IT X. Center st.
radical Machinist and GeneralJob Shop,
Miandfis K. wahinctonsi.
H. I.I viltlKKl.lU W and ST Arcide. Print
er, Encravcr and Fashionable Matloner
V eddlne co. ids and calling cards a specialty.
Vm M t'NTLER.l'rop X U artenbee. ManVr
Til lsCltIIT l-KIXTIN. to.
First-classWork at Fair Prices 5'-JS Market
f. si PERIORJOR PRINTER.
Posterwork specialties 31. 33, J; as. S. Market.
)I.TI It 11 l.t
CAKINKT MAETR. PACkFR AND RKPAlRkR.
llu VV Mam st.
1 M. lllJsM.TT, I Mli:itT VKI.lt. "
I OCBce audWare rooms. Lltitestoue st . bet
Main and court house. Kes 1:! W Columbia
Pa. s.i iiimii.i:k a. os.
SH-cial attention paid to Undertakit-s
and Embalming il lisher street.
TIfrA. .IHs- A t, UMKKTAKKll.
l Ofllee and Wareroom, Ki IV. Main St.
Ilesidence 1C lllsh st
Ri:EI a. K A I. I'M. 9H Main st. Dealers
in and I'ublishers of Advertlslns Xovelties.
Chromo Cards, etc. Also Job Printers
13 East High.
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TWO FATAL EXPLOSION'S.
One at Pittsburg and One in Kentucky.
Tlieebiiw 011 a ltrltfsliMt liner, on His A nj
to Kmiikimmi The Hen. guile llnlitllis
Milking 3lue Truulile llie s.ilt.iu
spread Hi V lines lltir Hon-
PiTT-m i:., Dec. TI1ctow-N1.1t "Iron
Cit" wa- blown tn jinves this morning
aNuit "J n't'locl., while stpok on a liar at the
ln-.ul f llerr's Island, m the Alleghenv
river. The crew, iiuiiiN-rtng si men, trv
blown into the river. Knginn-r tlmrge
Ashtonwas instant) kilhil, Kred. Jackson
fatall iujiiiod. and others, sinousl hint.
The Nut Immeil to the water's eilse, anil is
a total loss. Miortl .liter 'i o'elook
a b11.1l effort as inaile to tit
her off tin- liar. The eintim-. were
fonisl to their fullest oajiji nj, but the
Innlers eoiihl not stand the pressure and
tiillajis.il. The wounded are I'ohrt
.laeksoii. tireiiiau. Iiaill luinuil and s.alil
el Joe I!h hardson. kullj injurnl. K
eoungifm.iii s.:..ii Walker, sferirl hint
Kill) mntly, le lirokiu; James Onish-r,
ouer, said to Ik- seerelj lnjuiiil.
The Iron Cltj wiis limit hire 11 jears
ao, and has eoutiuualh Nisi encaeil in
InrNir toMiis. The original eost was about
l'lTTsiu no. I'.l. IH-c. 'J. The acenlent
to the tow-NMt Iron Cit. wlneli was
UTivkul this morning. wa.seausil b nnt-
ural cas The luat struck the pis main and
nijitureil it. The pis caught tin- from the
fumaci- and the eijilosion ensmil
Attempt to narn nn Orphn-A Home.
CiimAiov;, TeniL. December 2. An
ttempt w a nnde Monday nlcht to bum
the temiorarv q.iarter ued for the colored
orjihan's home. The home bnmed down
ten dav ac the fire lieinc due to a defect
ive flue, and the sity orjilnn were re
moved to a school house in the heart of the
city tin ill the lion e could If rebuilt. Mon
day niclit, fust as the rliiMreii were jirepar
Ins to retire, the bulldim; was found to be
on fire. Had the discovery been delijed a
few minute a dreadful halocaust would
have resulted. The entire lower tloor had
txi-u saturate.1 with oil. Piles of timlier
were j.l.ioil near the doors. It is thought
tint some fallen woman, whose child had
lieen tikeii from her, was the author of the
Trrsov. A. T., DecemN-r 2. tleneril
Shend.111 and aides arrived at Ktltowie
Monday, where he met (leneraljrrook for
a conference. The driver of the Craham
bullion team was killed Mondiy nhjht by
Hit" Chkkahuasata joint sixteen miles from
Bin Carlos acency. Twelve jersoiis Iiavo
been killed thus fir; two American henlcrs.
nimeil Harrison and W'alde. the driver re
femil to and nine White Mountain snuaws
nd children. Ilenepides have crossed the
Rlla Kivir. Roini; soutli. and further depre-
ditions are mucli livinii.
One Han Killed and several Injured.
Wiin-i.iMi, W. Vs., Decemlier 2. Ys
terdav monilm: a derrick in the ltenwood
tvl jdant fell while a hilf-dozen men were
holstinz a heavy jnece of timber to the roof.
Henry Jirck son, a bricklajer, was Instant! v
killtil. Two brothers named Johnston and
fieorjre White, of Pntsburgii. bridee build
ers were wriously and probably fatally
Fire at Mason, Midi.
Misov, December 2. The Iarpest fire
which ever occurred In Slasor occnrreil
Monday mcht, destrovlm; Ford bazaar,
loss SO.OOO; insureil Hunt's p-ocerv-, loss
81, COO; insureil. Vanllome's cnieer-. loss
lfl.000; Allen Sheldon ,t Co.s two builJ-iiiAT-s.
loss $1,000; insured. Andrew Krum
Iing's building, loss 52,000; Insured.
o Need for Troops at Heller.
St. Locis. Ieccmlier2. X'o orders were
rticeiveil uji to late yeskrday afternoon for
the -scaitins troojn liens to jiroce.il to He
Tier. It is believed that the trouble anion?
the coal miners, which was threatened Mon
day night, did not occur. Governor Mar
inaduke is at Jefferson City, and has not jet
bare dvied of any disturbance.
lEccittrj l.aw 1 nroimtltutional.
CoLUMiif. O.. Dixvmber 2. A unani
mous di-cision in the It isRctt habi"as corjius
case, brought up from (. inciiimti. was ren
ibreil vesterdav nioniing in the Sujireme
Court, discharging the defendant and hold
ing the Cincinnati and Cleveland election
registrv law to le unconstitutional. Judge
Mcllvam wa not ores..nt.
llan Itatllj llilrue.1.
Nl.w Yoiik. Dee 2. A tire, caused bv
the a1-c1dent.1l upsetting of a joit of Nuling
varnish, broke out i-.irlv this moninu; 111
David lllark s tinware factor, oj and 04
K1iz.iIh.IIi streiL, amuel Majeska trui! to
put out the Haines, and was hadlv burned.
Mr Hiack on ujueil all the building eicejd
the lin-t storv. Iaiss, S.0.000 oil stock,
ti,l00 on budding; covenil bv Insurance.
Tlie Keiiegn.les Tw entj t 1 ml in n K I lle.1
Dimim.. X. 31., Dee. 2. The renegades
visited the rest nation and attempted to get
the remainder of the Indians to join them,
but the InUnievv resulted m a litlit in
which tvv.ntv-one reservation Indians mid
onl one hostile were kill. si. Lieutenant
t.eneral Sheridan and talf left for the east
Tlie. km on a Itritisli Mr.mier.
IIvk.imi.n, Dec. 2. The King of Hunuah
jiersniinllv surrendernl hunself to Ctniral
laiMMii, I hi-. 2 The King of lSiirniah
is jiriKiiiling to Haujooii on the Ilntish
steamer. Vunounii-mi lit of the occupation
of Mandala b the Hritish is otliciallv on
tirincd. Aiiinli) III 1esi..i.
Ml ico, I hi-. 2. The state of Xeuvo
Leon is now without a governor. Further
fighting is eited almost hourl 'lhe
inaitivitv of t.eneral I!eis leads to the
(iiiuuion N-liefth.it the feiltral government
williinuiediat.lv .ri'!.inii martial law in
Neiivo Ltsui All indiKitioiis uniiustjkahlv
IHiiut to a resolution of large jirojHirtioiis.
I alal l.iplosiou.
Owt(.s ii 1 1 Kv.. Dec 2. lb. re w.s
similar an-ident at the Mate irttk iron oie
ninie, near Olvmjua, yestirdav, bv which
eight men were blown uji bv an ejIosion.
all had! injured and live j rliajis fatal!
John and IjfeStaten. John 3Iountjov. and
a onng man named Ue:iljet were latalh m
juml. TeK.lsl.lld S(. I..IIIIS silil.
Fiiht Wninii, Tex., I hi-. 2.- 'I lie Tews
and St Louis radwav was sold at juiblic
auction vesterdav in Tvler to D. 1! Ogdin.
of X'ew York, who njiresents the r.nrgaiii
zatioii (iimmittee of tlie lioiidholders of tin
road. Tl.e amount Jiaid vv,ls Sl,r00.000.
llie Millan anil It.Miliiella.
CoiT vntimh'IK. Jhc 2. The Sultan
has issudl a lnanifei-toto the inhabitants of
Kasti-ni Uouiueha. stating that a commis
sioner will rule there until anew govtrnor
is api-omtiil. Troojis and militarv stoun
are being jpushiil to the ninth r.
Tlie I.ilienls Ahisid mid Jubilant.
JaiMMiN., Dee. 2. The LiNrals have
elect(sl22i mi iiiIht, tfye Conservatives 11),
and Nationalistr-n. '1 lie tor.v net gam has
been rtiliH.il to !li M-at. The LHiaI
liavu bviDiue jubilant over their later mic-
LoMHisr, Doc. 2. AtCrojdon, toda. the
creat metroiioliUu nteejile cha.se, (handi
cap) was won by V. (it-bhart's aged hore,
Mr. Moolle SIctbi.
L-AWUKNXK, Jlass.. Dec. 2. George F.
Moolie. catcher of the Lawrence base ball
club last year, has signvtd with the Chicago
l.ttraor.Iinnr Sttnrnl a tlmrcli.
Di.tiioit. IVc. 'J. Vt St. Albert' l'olish
t'atholie iliurcli tcnlaj Nith masses v in
driminil bj jells and sereaiin of wonmi,
who juekisl the chiirth and ji'llnl the
jinests with (hunks of lr mud. stones,
(tc (Ineof the new jiriests was attackiil
in the st.jisof the altar and his jiriestlj
robes toni lroiu his b.ukli tin- infuriated
women 'I he jiriests then lied for
tluir lives and surrounded bv tlurtv
Mihii'ineii ran full sjived across the strti t
to the juiest'.s house, amid showers of stones
and brickbats. iseural of the rioters
were arrested bv the jxilioe. The struts
Niame jhKkiil" with a how line mob.
Vt last Father Kolislnski, the dejKisiil
juiest. .ijijiMteil at the Mine and was
iiistantlv snrromideil bj the women
and children, who kissed his
limds and vowed thev would
never hive auv jiriest but Mm. Fathi r
Kolisuiski iierstiaiUil tin tutu clear tin
stm ts and all is now iiuiet. More tioubh
is sure to follow unless the liishoji restores
Kolasinski to his di.inre.
The following is from a Xew York sjh
cial to the Cincinnati Comiittrei.il Gazette,
of Dec. 1st.
It looks as though the securities of the
liidiaiia-Iiloomingtou ami Western road
mijht stll considerable higher. Then- has
ceiiamlv Ih-cii large biiving b Yandtrbill
brokeis, ircsuinab! In the interest of Lake
Lne and Westt rn. 'I here is know n to lie a
movement on fisd to unite Indiana, Kloom
nmtiiii and Western moieclosel with other
loids in the (intral li-lt, and it is h ilih
that some of the lurjing attribut.il tootlur
Interests has lieen merelv siki illative on ac
count of jirojti ted combinations. However
this ma In-, the parties at Vvork are sulli-
titntlv strong to make the stock worth
Ass.. i.iteil ( li iriti.-s.
Yesterd.1 the Kightli and Seventh ward
orgaimtil their auxiliaries. In the Seventh
wanl the met at the Si-cond Lutheran
(liuahand werecalldl to order by Mrs. J.
W Hindu-.. Mrs. Jos. I Morris was
.-hi ted Jiresid. lit.
Ill the Kightli wanl almut eichtti-n lailir-.
nut at then-sidiiice of Mrs. W. C. Still-
well. .Mrs. Uoss Mid hell was dt-cttil
jiiesideiit ami fourt.i-n 1 idles joined.
The trustees Imld a met ting at the Con-
gieg.itional (lmn-!i this .iftenimii t.Kiuu
I"Itte their organization and jjijHiiiit the
A sfllr) AImhii (.iiA.illeiHlrl. ks.
"I tlon't believe an man ean tmthfull
s.i that Thomas Hi nilru ks was cer lrinltv
of adishoiiorable at t m imlitits," said ii
assengir fiom Iiitliau.iii.ilis: "hutthe near
est he evtreame to doing a thing ol whuli
he might afterward U- ash until was in Chi
cago. Jul, lsst As vim mav or ni.iv not
e aware, the great Hendruks th moiistra
tioii just U'fore the lioinlinttion of Cleve
land was planned anil arnimrisl bv
John Ktllv, Hen Itutler. I.ui. Prvor
mil otlurs It was their last
hand-tit beat l Ifvcl.ili.il. Tlie niclit lie-
lore that ilt ministration was made auitct-
mg vvastall.sl in Hen Itutler's jiarlorat the
Palmer There vvt re jm-st nt Iiutltr, Kt 1!.
two or three other imminent Tamilian it.--,
(.ent-ral Pr.v or. Colonel Morrison, Thiun is
Hendntks Hughes East, the late
vice jiresidt nfs private Mi-rttaiy; Jones,
now jKistmasttr at our place, aiid two or
three others. Itutler artfullv and eloijuent
1 uiifoldtil his jilan, jncturtil the jiros
jKit in ros,-at.. colors and dec-land
that the (omentum could Ik- stampeded
to HeiidrK ks. Governor Hendricks listened
in amazement, but without rtjil. He was
astonished, for when he entered the jiarlor
m resKinse to a noteof invitation hedid not
know that such a lilan was on foot or even
thouuht of. When IJutlerhad fuiislusl, ami
he turned towards Hendricks, the 'attt-r's
face show tsl that he had caught the tnthu
siasm of the moment. Ho saw the vast
jHiss.liiliti.-s of the jilan, and was doubtless
tempted hut li-fore he tnuld sjn-ak Colonel
Morrisoii. tuitklv tealmng the situation,
put uu his hat and remarked to ileiidniks-
' "Governor, I think we had better be go
"In anothtr minute Hendricks and 3Iorri
son left the room, ami that is absolutelv all
the jiart the dead statesman took in arrang
ing the stainjHtle jirograniiue so ingeiiiouslv
carntslout. He said neither nav nor ves.
Hut the fact that llendrnks attended the
timference in Ilutler's room afterwanl In-
tame known to the friends of 3IcDonald,
and. its the claimed Hendricks was in
( hie-ago m 3IcDoiiald'(. Ii-half, the
hive secretly chargtil Hemlrhks with
t-tra-al of his friend. Thty have
thilartsl that the governor knew" of the
jinijdt jirojios.il at the -n ret ci inference,
and that he rais.il no hand nor said one
word ag-mist it, but jn-nnltteil it to go on
and allowed his close friends to take jurt m
it. himself going into tonvi-ntiou next daj
that his absence might not give color to the
susjuiion of jirearrangemcnt. Kver since
that tonv.ntioii then-li.is Im-n no love lie-twii-n
lltndrieks and 3IcDonald. and,
thotu.Ii there has Ki-n a truce bttvvtiii the
factions the rejire-sent, it was old
a truce. Of wurse everbolv but
the warm friends of McDonald
have said all aloii? that the Govenior he
tra til no trust and was true to his friend;
that his lo.ilt went as far as it could le
reii-oiiably asked to go, and that 3Icl)on
aM'scix) was a mere forlorn hoe. Hut
the vite jiit-sident's death has jmt an end to
all ill will on that account, and there are no
more sincere mourners for the dead Hen
dricks, than the friends of 3IcDonaId. Yet,
with all the facts tiefiiro me, I, for one.
shall alvv a s feel thankful for tlie jdi-sc nee of
Morrison at that t onfereiice and for his
tunc! wonl of warning."
A large buck made his ajijiearaiice on the
inmlp.il stn-ct of Merlin, bomerstt oiuntv,
Pa., one tlav lastwtik, tausing considera
ble excite tnetit among the local hunters,
who sucitdltil in killing him after a long
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The D.Saware & Hudson Canal will be
closed at the end of this week for the season.
The towing tug Wheeler was- partially
burned at Oswego, X. Y on the 1st Ixiss
A sjiecial from Xerre BoMu, near Skovv-
began, Ie., states that six men were
drowned tl ere on the 1st while skating.
Earl DulTerm, the Viceroj of India, ha
teit-graiihctl the irome Oilicc that he has ar
ranged for the administration of the alTa n
of Huiniah. jirovisionally, in the name of
Her 3Iajest, ljueen Victoria.
Donald Stuirt, agetl tvvtlve, son of Dr. 0.
A. Stuart, lonnerl of Hoston, and now a
practicing jihvsician of Schenectady, X. Y.,
after being adiiioiiished for some trilling
fault a few tlas ago, took livdrocijuino
acid, from the effects of which he died in
A collision occurred on tlie Haltimore &
Ohio Ittilroad (siimd divison) near Xortli
3Iountain. on the 1st. between two light
engines. Hoth engines were hurled down
the tunic Ch irlcs Dooley, of 3Initiiishurg.
vv. v a., emjiloydl as a braktimn, w.is
kilkil, and eight others were more or less
At the annual meeting of the shareholders
of tlie Windsor Hott I. at .Montreal, on the
1st, it was intimated that the small jiox epi
demic had so injured Its business that it
would be necessar to pass its usual dividend
or sev en jkt cent. The guests had fallen off
to the extent of 15,000 and the re eipts de
creased b nearly S100.00J.
3Iary Mclti-wio'iK twent-nine ears Id.
committdl suicide on the 1st while ling on
a 1ml beside her sleeping husband, b bring
a jiistol ball through her lieurt She had
hti-n miirieil but thiee ear. and tiecaiuu
dlssatisiidl because her husbind could not
furnish her with as good a home as klie tie
Irtil Sliegrievetl over the matter until
she became unsettltil In mind.
General Sherman denies luting said, a
btated b General Fry in the .Vorth Imer
(cmi llcvlew. that had C. K. Sinltli lived
Grant would have disappeared from history
after Donelson. Sherman sa that had
Smith lived ho would have? commanded at
Slnloli and history would have been differ
ent. Further than that the General would
not speak. He said that he could not re
member having conversed with General Fry
', on the subject.
Tho Lamented Vice President fyrne t
Earth's Last Hasting Place in
Grown Hill Cemetery.
Trementtout Concourse Throng the Streets
Lartf uuilrr nf DUtlnguUheU
IVrsonn 1'rrAfnt Address
of Dr. Jruckrs.
THE LAST SAD 11ITF.
Isnt v mdi.is December 2. Yesterday,
tlie da set for the commitment of nil that
w as mortal of the late Vice President Hend
ricks to their list resting place, ojiened
with a leaden sky and a thick, hazy atmos
phere. As the morning wore on the fog
lifttil somewhat, but the sky retained its
drear ajiect, and the chilly, wintry wind
made v isitors muffle theniselv es up in their
gieat coats as the jiassed to and fro in
search of av ailable places to v lew the sol
Theilav will long be remembered In the
hlstor of thecit). Xeverhas there been
such an influx of jromiiient men. while the
ciovv.l tlrawn hither to witness the last sad
rites iaid to the memory of the late dis
tiugtiishdl statesman, has never been
eiltiilled. Slimming emblems were seen on
nil sides. All the principal buildings were
drnisil their full length, some lieuig coin
pit tely hidden in the folds of sombre colored
cloth. Husiness was entire! susjeuded.
and the bells of all the churchestwithout re
gard to sect, tolled out a mournful reminder
of the occasion.
Delegations of public men from all the
cities of the Union were arriving hourly
over the var.ous railroad. The Cabinet
ollid-rs arrival in the morning. Associate
Jiistlo-s 3Iatbews and Hlatchford repre
sentrd the United Mate Supreme Court,
wlille the following Senator rejiresented
the Senate: 3Iessr. Edmunds, Allison,
laigh, Harris, Conger, Hlair, Dolph. Vest,
Heck, Camden, Vance, Jone, Voorhees,
Pa ne. Palmer and Harrison. The follow
ing coininitttii made up of members of the
House or Kejiresentatives represented that
bod- Messrs. Slorrison. Illount. Herbert,
llolmau, Sjiringer, Hejibtirn, Wooil, Pheljis,
Kleiner, l!an and P. Dunn.
The Governors of the following State?
were also here to pi their respects: In
diana. Ohio. Illinois and Kentuck, attended
bv their staffs, and a number of State
otlieers. The United States army w as rep
res, ntdl bj Slajor General Rchoiield. Gen
eral Sherman, at the head of a delegation
of prominent men of St. luls, and ex
President Haesare also here
on the arrival of the delegations of public
men and others, the were met by the mem
bers of the local sub-committee of arranjte-nit-ntsand
given tickets admitting them to
St. Paul's Fjilscopal Cathedral, where the
wrv ice vv ere held Each of tre tie leg-atli ins
were assigmil place ill the funeral jmv
For hours Ix-foie the time apjmlntdl for
holding services at the Callwlra! tho streets
in the viclnit.v of the Cililice were dense!
jiacked with iwjvle. So great was the cnuli
that not oul tlie sidewalks were crowdel,
but the roulnais, and a jiasvigefortehlcles
was made with great difticult. All the
shojis, windows and house-tojisof the bulM
Ings along the line of match were hlltil at
an earl hour with ptujile anxious to witness
the iKissageof the funeral jirocessioiL Every
xantHge jioliit along the entire route wsj
A luug Washington Street, as far as the
ee could sec, was an almost unbroken line
of drajwd hililding
lavisli displa were
Soto., nf tha nn-'"'von-i-T.,n1,0f ourcit) an lour same and eror
.501110 oi me n---T ,,,,.. country, ihs top-ent injun-tuiu "Ito
found among pi IV ate I joice. O. jnunriuu in thv )outh and let
dwellings. The Juistotlice was almost hid
den in vv id- bands of mourning, extending
from the caves to the street. '1 he court
ho.ise. where the rt mains la Instate, was
tastefu'I drajmL Portraits of the deceased
wire jirofusel displaed, shroudtil in
hla-k. In front of wine of the business
houses ne the words:
"I AVI Fill r VTl.VsT,"
tlie last w ortls spoken b tlie dead Vice
President. '1 he home of the deceased on Tennessee
Street was one of the gieatest attractions
for vi-itors and from da break crowds ol
ctiiloiis jHiipIe were going in steady streams
toward that objtitive jioint. The building
isa mislest twiistor brick structure. The
tin! emblem of mourning disjilaed was a
black rosette, with two black streamers
attached to the li-ll handle.
'1 lie crowds in front of the building be
came so great at tunes that the militar
were frcjuentl comjielldl to clear a pass
age to prevent the hindrance of ordinarv
travel and to allow the relatives and friend's
of the lamll and tlie memlicrs of tlie re
sjiective committees to gain admissiou to
lli-- house and grounds.
Inside tl.e house Mora! designs were every
win it- to be seen. In the iront room was an
oil painting of 3Ir and 3Irs. Htndrick
nlmo. t bt-ritil in a bank of tlowcrs and snii
lax, while iijsiu the mantel was a It-intifiil
lloral ii.ece emblematic of the "Gates Ajar,"
jiresented b the Chinese meiubers of the
iitsbtc-i!an Sunda scbisil.
The most notable lloral design was that
n-jiresentiug the log cabin in which the dead
s'atesman waslmin in Ohio. 'I he design
Is four feel high and six fti-t long, ,-td it
stood a the head of the cotliiL A black
satin banner hung at the door, on which
"t.(lt Tto'CllHl HIM NMl UK snips."
A smgle little wreath, sent b the citizens
of Fultonham, O. where 3Ir. Hendricks
was born, was the most touching tribute of
all. It was ilnoil ujion the casket, to
gt t'lt-r vv ith a lloral offering sent by 31i
Cltv eland, the Pres dent's sister.
.Mrs. Hei drlclis, at nine o'clock, aj-
pioaelml the casket to take a final leave ol
her dead husband. She was sujijMirted on
e titer side by her brother and 31rs. 3Iorgan.
As she looked uidii the face of him who
above all was d-ar to her her ees filled
vv th tears a-id soon, tlesjute ajijiarent efforts
to tesls- 1 1 r fci-lings was sobbing in a con
vulsivcbut siibdiuil manner. She seemdl
utteily juostral.il, and her intense grief
moved man who witnesied the sad sight to
Having expressdl a wish that she might
be iiot(igraiheil while standing at thecas
ktt. while she was still leaning over the
cotlm, a photographer was quietly brought
in. and a jiictnre of the last sad scene be
twivn the wife and her dejsirtctl husbauj
w is soon obta mil.
Soon after delegations from distant cities
began to come in to take their last view.
The nieniliers of the Cabinet, the Judges of
the Sujirt me Court, and tho Senators and
members of the House of lieprisentatives
were the first to lie admitted
It was nearl) 11 00 before the leave
taking was gone thiough witli. The casket
was then dosed, ami short! after noon It
was borne b the jall-lH-arers to the draj-ed
hear-e, wiikli ineantiuie had taken up its
jHisllion tlinitl in front of tlie entrance tc
the house. Several carriages for the fanill
and friends vveiealso in waiting.
ta signil the jiolice and militar cleared
a swatli tliro.igh tlie dense crowd, and tin
mournful imnessien ws soon inovin
ijuietl along through the crovvddl streets,
oil the- vva to the Cathedral.
At exactlv 12 1.1, the casket was bonn
Into tlie d.urrli. The IxhIv of the tasr
edifice bad alreail) been tilled with mourn
ers ami others vv ho had come to vv itness the
last rites. Seats had been reservdl for the
Immediate relatives and friend of the
family, and these were soon filled.
At the main entrance of the church the
remains werefnet by Hishop Knickerbocker,
of the diocese, and the Itev. Drs. Stringfel
lovv. of 3Iontgoniery, Ala.; Fulton, of SL
Uiuis and Jenckes. The body wa9 carridl
nji the centre aisle, jirectildl by a detach
ment of the Indianajiolis Light Infantry.
Tlie clerg men headed the procession up
the aisle, and Iiishop Knickerbocker began
the burial service with the opening sentence
of: "I am the resurrection and the life,"
Itev. Dr. StriiiKfellow and Dr. Fulton
follow, reciting other verses used In the
sen Ice for tlie dead.
Arriving at the chancel rail the casket
was jilaced directly at the head of the aisle.
Following the bier, came Mrs. Heudrick's,
leaning on the arm of Mr. Morgan, and a
number of relatives. The pew occupied by
the dead Vice President In life was the
tenth Inm tha (root to th left ol tbe
middle aisle. It was completely envelopoa
In black cloth.
Full) one thousand peojile were seated
In tho body of the church when the services
began, and when the remains were brought
in nil stood up ami remained standing until
the casket had Im-n dejuisiteil. The edifice,
vvasheavil tlrajicd, both inside and out.
On the altar were placed several beautiful
Inside the dnncel rail. In addition to the
otlieiatitig clerg men. were several other
members of the clerg of the Ejiiscopal
Church. Win n the casket had been plactii
tlie choir sang tlie anthem
"Lord It mo know the tnd "
Hev. Dr .It nckes read the lesson for the
dead. Then follow ed the hvran: '
lamd. kiiidl) light. -the
At the conclusion of till hvmn the Rev.
Dr. Jenckes delivered the following sermon:
VMIltKsS up M IX IFNt KF
-FinKll. tin thrt ii. uhat'-oever thinps are
true whatsoever thinjrsuro honest. whHtpo
ever thinirs lire Jtlt, whHlPovcr things uro
pure, whatsoever thlngrs ant loveh, wlmt
soever things lire of ff.iiht reiort Ifthcrebe
anr virtue and ir there l- uu prnlse. think
or these thlnir " I'lill. Iv s -rins s a mo
inentotis ntnislon and a thritlltur sieno We
who are irutht red litre around the loved re
mains of him who lies brlor us in the nu't t
sublime iliirn 1 of what ho tall death, aro
not all who sinre tin Inli rest nnd the he
reareinent uriritiir mass .,f lilnir sm
pHtbfrlm; hiimatut) packs to reph Hon the
iidlaceiit stuets .v nut on turns is tearful
t-jes towards oiircitt an I eiiunts the tit et
inir tline ti hi art throbs h'Ie It rend -clteklniror
the 1 ghtn ng toleHrnthesiitces
slve stupes or our l.i.t solemn tribute whit h
the llv tijr can lur nav lo the irn utnes ami
the virtue and tho mctuori- of the ded. and
beond us Htid atove us. if we could onl)
with the two of tlesh puittrate the veil
llitre is a still t ater us-emblairo of angels
and nrchnmri N. and a'l the (oinpati) of
ht-nv en who desire to took into the insier
of liillti in redemption and rejoice over lha
triumph of a reilt enit d suu,. nnd at such a
time a this, tcht n the iriit , p. rchance. are
still ajar and the plate wo Maud upon is
liol irround. It Hi bchoovta an) of us to at
tunpt to voUo forth the common complaint,
toevprt ss the nt nui.rn gate of re-i-ect uud
loveand honor, and to illustrate and enforce
the lessons of this hour and th s scent
It Is hi Her far latter that we .c tour Illus
trious f r end. on whose actouut we aro
gnthi nil hen . ini urt lo u such Instruction
ashlshtennd his d ith -upply while vt.i
w-lth tiaitsl breath an tin rapt attention stand
ntiout his b t r And to th s tn-k we a.tdre
ourselves forcffiitiig all ersoiial alliisitins
for then an sin h a lusious nail) and tell
tier an 1 ton lug tot. men It- ine dents in
his sue Hi mid rel gl.uis, lu h s jirlvato as dls-
tiliuu shtsl fr on his publ c life
Ills )otitli lisd n proline lesson for the
voutlisor our land In tin ad ouilng county
soiui tlftv tears ao this ttltchige btgtin.
The ditjs so olli n spi nt b) thoughtless lw) s
In po ntlc-ss illvi rili.u fnitn hsnl Htud), he
with cm rg. and H)d t atioii derotedto the
acipi sition of ii-ttiil. irinHtient knowl
edge lining 1 tli painstaking e irneslne-s,
and pt rseve nine e nnd till the foundation
of that stitnl, iidoinilable t Irtirtit ti-r whih
In hiti r I ft- ttirr cd h m to the proud pinna
(It-or i alted suets - and w th such Itach
inas the ladsoi nurd tv should not shr nk
from the d ill tasks of the i ommoti schools,
liorlhe st. rne-r dul.s ot the nnivtrst)
And thus he procta ins tnita bis colhii
"VV hillsoever th hillld tlndcth to do, dolt
with t) m ght,' and "work while it la
called dii) for soon the n'ght
cometh when in nil man can work"
Tlie vt ar of hlseirl) in inhood were) ears
of trial and tout punitive i r vatlon the com
mon tot of tlui-e who apart from the
thronged haunts of denser populations,
eleni the t de ot pioie.-r re-sidt nee to tho
hostile fortes of nature, nnd verif the
ndage that "VV e-stwanl the course of t nip ro
takes its nav To m h sp rlts resitante Is
d helpline, gniwth iltvelopment and with
the stunly men who wen- tiis co'aborers. iu
tho aggres-lve workj earvtsl out inthewll
demessa gnat and jirosncrous and hnpp)
cointnonwealth the work of their own
bands und our her tape who follow after
them. And weare alvistsl that as a voting
man, wlnlo oceupinl with tho labors of char
acter building, he was an hone-t brave, ex
emplar) joung man who sc-orned to do a
mean or unworthy action nnd tnught his fol
lowers so; who recognized Ihe restraining
Jtiuueuce of moral obi gations and by tiotb
precept and example Inciitcuiesl bonest
and pmbity and jiuntv of life; and so he
taught and so he teaches now to all the
th) heart c net run e in me tin) mii tny joutu
and walk Initio way ot th ne heart nnd Ir.
the sight of tit ne tje-, but nmember that
forall these things God will bring theo to
Then in maturer vears we huvethisttlnlr,
heartv liiuu with a strong mtnit and a warm
heart In a sound btidi. e-ssuung an act ve,
earnest prom tient part m the allalrs of his
Mate and coillitr) as anjatilo and;sueiessful
, advot-iite. ns a pa n-t.ik ng and const- co
ttons legist itnr. both helping to hiiihl a nt w
constitution in his stat ami mljust it to the
complicated re latlons of the whole ne-onle.
and also enact ngadistingu shtsl part in the
N.tititinal 'eg slaticnand in botli Houses of
Congns ns tlie able inanagt r tif the public
landed inten-st of the eolintr) : as the sec
ond oltietr in the ndui lustration of this
gieat Nation, he was even w lie re and alwavs
thcsamotthlo const rvative consitmt and
conscit ntiouscliiiracler. wh ch he earl) 11
lustraltil when tlrst tie .tnrltd out niion
life aren i of trial and of e-ontllct and of
triumph, and sitinl the precious seed of
honor, virtue and ti nipt ranee And so be
hastnught tins urgtnt le-son, -u0 not de
ceived, i,od is not mi cktsl for whatsoever
a man -owe th that shall he also reap For
ho that snweth to his tlesh shall of the fesh
reap corruption buthethat soweth to the
spir t shall of the spirit nap life everlast
ing" lit carefull) chose his -.ecd aud he
has abutiiiautit rt-ap.il ti s harvest
And again hewouM preach to us one other
htad He would linpriss ns w ith the short-nt-ss
and tint t rtufntv of lilt- Hewas In his
usual htallh tint 1 near the moment when
the silver tonl was loosest and the golden
bowl was broken He came f.iittifull) and
bravo, and connde ntly to the very dividing
line which separates Istween the things
w hich an- stem nnd lemoriil and the things
which are unsi . n and eternal Vnljet he
knew not that He was coming nnd in a mo
ment without warning, ho wasone-who
wraps th. drap. r) ef his .ouch about h.m
and lies down to pleas tnt dr. nms Hint this
notable ttature of his departure warns us
all lu einphat e terms that m the midst of
life we are in death; and ndluon -hes us that
we know nor the dav nor the hour w hen the
summons shall eon etous These things his
-.ood and gte-at life teaches us nnd O that
we might be aim nablo to the leaeh'ng nnd
(1 that a. I might leitru from his uniformly
gmct fill I earing his poit.. manners, his
courteous deft rente to others views, his
thoughtful totisiiterat on for others feel
ings eve u wluie dull r ng from them in ojiui
ion or in conduit, learn to caltivate the
amenities and eourtesits of life under tho
guiding insp ration of jiollteness and ur
1 run no ha7-ird in a-si rtoig That suoh
considerate deference to othi rs feelings and
wltn s, and such r gards for the r rights and
iirlvileg s s the toue-i -lone of ml trut man
linttss the sure-( r ti r on of genu'no I hris
tiHii ty Vnd to th s eruc at test no one-evcr
n-sjiiiudesl iimrt) thoroughli than ourdoar
frit ud vtho lies hen r-o oi m and peiceful,
io fore Ih demonstnit ng tin gnat mv-tery
that eiislirtiinU lilt pnibl. in ot bum in 1 f e,
and )et hs counts) dd not out-trlji his
ben. volt ni t N-otm whonpptitled lo him
for stnip.ittiv and touu-tl and ns.itunte,
t ver turned awn. . mpl). though lis rgtil
Hiitl Ins it It hands w r not u ea' h others
conlidente stm tiien is a leiord .iiinpshtit
of his o en r-ande I 1 tt ruiitt lu niituberlesl
re of destitution nnd suffer ng. Ho ex
perenc.il in his tlall) lire tht jo) of faith
and tin- patience of hope and the coaifort of
love Tlie-o wi re with him t-it r fidth. hope
uud ehur.tr And the adm rabl) organized
charltlt sot our city have long felt the guid
ing impul-es of his skillful hand ami been
cheensl bv tho si mpathe-tie throbti ngs of
nis generous mart.
Hire wetrtHil iiMin the verge of hallowed
gniutid and touch ujion the conjugal n-l-tiousof
l.overnor Hendricks, and de-cribii
how as for fortv venr nnil two months he
pass.il along w th dignities! stead) and faith
ful jiace te-ideilie noble and devoted woman
whom he had chosen fortctter or for worse:
and how. through storm and sunshine, like
Isaac nnd ltttieeea, the) lived faithfully to
gether In perteet love and iieate and kejit
tho vow and covenant betwixt them, made in
the firm and grateful bonds of n mutual af
fection' vv e dare not do it hero at this time
and In this pn-sc-nee
Hut we must not ttirr) longer.
Ufe is short and time In Heeling,
And our hearts, though strong and brave.
Still likt mllllliil drums are beating;
Funeral marches to the grave.
To our graves and wcmiint be up and doing
if wo would n-ceive and apjily the lessons
our friend has taught us In tho incidents of
a varied an t con-picunus c art er. These les
sons all come rgt toone j-olnt: "He )e also
read) " The) all show with great emphasis
the vauitv or human hope and wishes.
The boast of henildry the pomp of power.
And all that beaut), all tnut wealth e'er
Aw a t alike the Inevitable hour.
The p iths of glor) lead but to tho grav e
Hutthe pith of virtue the path of truth,
the path of duty nnd honor and luttgritv
and temp, ranee all the-se piths which ho
mill so pitic ntly and pen sit ntl) anil sues
e-essfulli have ushered h m to tho bosom of
his Cod in the full truitioll or tenia! life.
Fmint nt ed -cit. tuiihttil trend, Christ an
gtntltiuan hone-t man -fare well.
When Dr. Jenckes cniidmhil his remark
Mrs. Doner, of Chicago, sin;
"Hock of gis"
Thesrices weie concluded with thej
benediction, Tlie casket was then borne
from the church.
There was a slight fall of sleet during
the jiassage of the procession from tho
house to the church, and it continued during
the time occupied hy the service.
The place of honor in tho church was
given to ex-President Hayes. In the pew
behind him sat Seeret-iry Bayard, and tha
other Bern bers of the Cabinet.
As the remains were borne from the
house the bells of all the churches liegan
tolllpg. and coiitiuudl to js-al during tlie
servict-s and while the jiroeession was on Its
wav to Crown Hill Cetiiiter.
'llie iroeessioii was headed by mounted
police, followed b a band of music and
comjianyof Zouaves. Then followed the
hearse, drawn by sx horse, and followed
ill either side by a guard of the Indian
'jKilis Light Infantry, with rever-nl arms.
Other military coinjiiiues followed, and
immediately behind the hearse and guard of
honor came a carriage containing Mrs.
Hendricks, Mrs. Jlorgau and 3Ir. and
3Ir. ThonitniL Ex-Pres dent Ha)e
came next followed by the Cabinet.
United Stites S. untorsand Iteiesentatives,
Judges of the United States Courts and
Governors with their staff. The-n followed
a large iiuiuUr of organizations from other
cities, among which were the Cook County
Deiuoaratic Club, tlie Iroc-uois Cluo, of Chi
cago; the Duckworth Club, of Cuiclnuati.
laical org inlzat'ons including tlie lire de-1-artmenL
brought uji the rtar
The line of march from the church was
south on Illinois Street to Washington
Street, east to Delaware, north to Market
west to Meruit in, and north on Meridian to
Crown Hill Cemeter t the cemetery
there was an Immeiis.- concourse of jienjile
The Heiidrii ks lot and monument were
covirnl with el lborate lloral offerings.
A wh te marble vault had been sunk into
the ground ne ir the monument for the re
ceitioii of theciski-L The Inner walls of
the vault were complete! covered witli sml
lax nnd roses so that the lure earth was at
no place visible.
The religious services here were very
brlt f and simple Drs. Fulton and Stringfel
low jironoiincmg a few sentences each. The
committal service b Dr. Je-nckes followed
and the U-miliction was then pronounced
bv liishoji Knickerbocker. Hefore the slm
jde teremtuiies at the ceinetrj were con
cluded, many of the organizations both
civic and militar -had driiiiis.il from the
line and were making for their resji-ctlve
lieailiiinrters to avoid a threatening rain
storm. 1!) seven o'clock the central part of the
rity nan again iiouiitii its every dav apiear
ance. Almost momontir'lv trams Imlen
with hum in freight en route to'all section
weie leaving tlietity
Tlie Dejivrtiiieiits Closed and Tlnslnafli
(enernlty sn,Midil The Senatorial
(-mini I'or I'reshlciit lrn. Ttm. to tK
Held I rld.r.
W vsiiini.tiin'. Decemlier 2. Evcrwher
throughout tlie cltv )esterday there were in
ilication of the nlserv ance of a mournful
event 'lhe Executive Jlansion. the d
jiartnient biiildings and man stores ant!
resiliences weie inifusel drajidl with
mourning decorations. In accordance with
the President's order all the otlices of the
General Government and of the District
were clo-Hil as a mark of rejiect to the late
Vice President, 'llie public schools and
many stores w ere closdl. Hut tew jieopls
were on the streets and flags ever) where
were at half m vsL At noon, the hour fixed
for the funeral at Indiana-mils, bells were
tolled In various churches. At the Presi
dent' mansion it was as quiet as a Sabbath
dav. A few callers jmt In an appearance,
but were told the house was closed. The
otlicial jmrtion of the mansion was entirely
de-erled and the President and Colonel Iav
inont sj-ent most nf the day in the library.
Secretaries Manning and Endicott called
during the da) and were clo-ettil with the
President for some time, conferring on
matters which will be treated In the Presi
dent's message. , s.
-Snuator-t-ceitcnJIr nf oIwsaTrriTixi reetT I
the opinion tsterdav tint Senator Logan
could be chosen the President of tlie Senate
before hewas sworn in. and the Fern Presl-'
dent In 1STT, Is taken for the ground that
lie could be sworn in before an election and
then chosen It is said that the following
Senators have already slgnifitil their Inten
tion of voting for Logan. Messrs. Allison
ami Wilson, of Iowa Culloin, of Illinois,
bavvtr, of Wisconsin; Conger, of 31 ichigan;
Plumb, of Kansas, and Van Vck, ol
The absence of many Congressmen who
have gone to Indian ijiolis to attend Mr.
Hendricks funeral, cuises a lull In the dis
cussion alwut the selection of a President ol
IheSiiiate. The Democratic Senators will
meet in caucus Fridav or Saturday n ght
nhen It IssuiijKisnl the will decide to re
louunate St tutor Harris, of Tennessee, for
l'icsideiit jin fcmj-nrc. The lU-publicau
enators are to meet Frida evening, but
i ho vv ill lie their choice is as much a mattei
)f doubt as ever, although the imjiression
leems to lie growing that tlie outcome will
e the seleitioii of Senator Edmunds.
THE MINERS TR0UBLE3. ,
The VherilT Arrestlnc Those Krtgaged in
List I rlday's Kbit Narrow Escape ol
l'lTTsiu noil, I)ecenib"-r2. Advices from
the 3'nnongthela Uiver mining districts re
jort ever) tiling quiet and no immediate
jiro.ect of trouble-. Sheriff Cliamliers and
tlejiutles have made numerous arrests hi
Coal Centre and Wood's Ilun. The strikers
declare their attention to stand out for the
three-ct nt rate. One hundred and fifty men
vv ere at vv ork in the three mines at Pine
llun esterdiy. The others are Idle.
.MoMixoAiiFt vCiTi, December J. The
efforts of the sheriff and his tlejiutles to ar.
rest the strikers whocoiiiinlltdl KstFrida)"j
outrage were not as successful csterday at
they were 3Ioinla. The alarm had bti'n
given all along the river and tho guilty ones
w ere Lsenerall) on the lookout and vveru
reul) for flight at a moment's notice. There
weie on!v three men cajitureeL Ore o
them, Samuel cowle), is a well known citi
zen and his arrest cuimi! great indignation.
"Jack" Sickles, well-known as ailesjKratit
jnan. was seen and hrtsl at by Constable
3IcClure. Sickles jiroindly retunidl the
tire, the bullet grazing tlie constable's neck.
When the otlieers returned to Coal Center
In the afternoon forty men, who were
wanted, showed themselves on the hilltop
and laughed at the otlieers efforts to capturt
them. The can evade the latter as long ai
the) wish. On! tiftteu men were at work
yesterday. The river is being jutrolled by
X IrKiula Cnueus Nominations.
Kiciiviomi, Dei-ember S. The Demo
cratic caucus of both brandies of the As
semb! met in tho Capitol and perfected ac
organization last night b) tlie election of all
the old otlieers as follow s: For Clerk of the
Senate, Dr. William Pendleton, of Orange;
Sergeant at-Arms H. F. Weaver; Door
keejier. Itoliert Wilson In tlie House cau
cus all of the old otlieers were re-electdl;
John li. Higger, by acclamation; Charles
E. Stuart of Alexandria, for Sjieaker. The
vote for Stuart anil II. IL Pollard was
tnent.v-elght and thirty live. J. a Hill
was chosen Sergeant at-Anns; A. B. Cot
trell and A. 0. Sullivan. Doorkeeers. Ir.
his speech of acceitance Stuart vv ho is a
Harbour mill, -si far as the Senatorial con
test is concerned, admitted that in his elec
tion Daniel men had voted for him and thai
all Senatorial significance had been lost in
the matter of his election. A joint caucus
of I)eiim-rats was held Immediately aftei
(he organization of tlie House and their cau
cus jiernnnenlly organizes! by the election o
li. II. Cardwell. of Hanover, as chairman,
and Hon. W. 31. Lovenstein, a secretary.
Tins i the fourteenth ear 3Ir. Lovenstem
has servtii in this capacity.
Vivv Yoiih, December 2, Cummins t
Check, manufacturers nf neckwear at 45!
Hroadvv vv, m ide an assignment esterdaj
to Clnrlt-s II. lieilly. They have Iieeu ro
gardtil n's sliak snee Jul. Their liablllti
IUltimoi:!!. December 3. Tho weP
know n firm of Itoliert Lawson & Ca, deal
ers In harness, saddlery and trunks at -277
West Haltimore Street, assignee! toA.ShreI
v er & Ca The failure vv as a great surprise
in business circle. The assignee gave bond
for Sioaooj), .
Charles Shannon was
arrested on the
morning, by Ofil-
Levee for loitering, this
cers McKay and orton.
foe Estimated Biturus From the Counties
Growing More Favorable to tha
The Trlnmph of tli Natlonatlfts at Dublin
Creates Great Fnthnslasm l-roeet-
lona Carrying th Stars
LovtKiN, Decembers. Election estimates
constantly growing more favorable to the
Conservatives. 3Ionday the Liberals had
an appareut majority of twelve; last night
this was reduced to four. The counties to
be heard from to-day gave six Conservative
majority nine years ago. and four Liberal
majority in lsso. It Is thought that In
these jarticular counties the Liberals have
rained somewhat since the last named date.
It Is quite possible that tlie successful Issue
of the Burmese campaign made known bj
the dispatches of Earl Dulferin and Gen
eral Prendergast yesterday may have some
effect favorable to tlie party in jiower In the
elections et to be held. The whole Indian
jiolicy of the jiresent Conservative 3Iinistrj
hxs certainly been creditable and has satis
fidl the jingo element by Its vigor as well
as the peace and economy element by it
safety and good results.
After laird WoN-Iey's brilliant move
ments ending almost invariably in failure,
the quiet addition to Great Britain of a
domain of boundless wealth is a source of
immense gratification, and judging from the
generalness of comments to this effect heard
last night In the places of public re-ort the
outcome of the Burmese expedition can
hardly fail to benefit the Tories In the coun
ties et to express their jnlitlcal preference.
The reports of an Arab movement threat
ening I,ower Egpt woultl have some
counteractive effect were these rejiorts gen
erally believed. They were used yesterday
afternoon to influence the market and It Is
quite probable that this was their origins!
object So long as no one man can enforce
among the Arab trities his claim that the
mantle of El Maluli has fallen ujion him.
Englishmen will have little apprehension of
another uprising like that which cost so
much treasure and so many gallant lives in
the Soudan campaign.
i ne rejiort that Austrian troops had en
tered Servian territory is too vague to be
traceil, but caused some uneasiness. The
conference of Ambassadors is earnestly
seeking some satisfactory settlement of the
difficulties which have now reached their
crisis in the Balkans. It 1s understood that
a majority of the power outside of Iliissia
and Austria favor the payment of an Indem
nity to Bulgaria and the waiving of the
ttatiM quo ante question, but Austria will
hardly consent to this dlsjositinn of tho
matter. Tlie ambassadors are hurrying to
reach their conclusion In order to terminate
as soon as possible the present dangerous
Ixird Hartingtnn.who was the Secretary
for War In 3lr. Gladstone's Cabinet and
who has just been re-elected as a member
for Iancaslure, made a savage attack ujion
31 r. I'arnell in a sped, li at Ulverstone last
night He said that the ereatness and im-m-uence
of the jieril that Pamell would be
the dictator of the next House of Commons
ought to nerxethe Liberals to struggle to the
Iat The Parnelllte meiiilwrs of the House,
he sa il, were not reireentatives of Ireland
In any sense. They were IanieH's nomi
nees and nothing more, the people oflre-
Uiat huTine 1 "iruU'rud 1irtinlie-tTlgr'thein
by the I-aiid League, an organlzatiom which
was undjualldl in the h stor of the world
for high-haiiiltil and grinding tyranny.
This t)ranny. he said, prevaildl universally
in Ireland, and it was maintained by the
connivance and complicity of the ireent
A dlsjitch to the S'ftnitfunf from Adrian
ojile v s that Iiussia and Germany are urg
ing Turke) to immdliate miiitiry interven
tion in Iluinelia to undo the Bulgarian
union. '1 he Sultan, however, prefers the
advid-of the British representative, which
is to negotiate with Prince Alexander for a
jsiiceful settlement In which the rights of
the Porte shall lie resected.
A dtsjialch from Bangoon confirms the
n'iort of the caj.ture of 3Iandilay. The
Tunc" corresjioiiilent at Bombay telegraph
that all the European residents of 3Ianda!ay
were found unharmed. General Prender-
gist has pnimis.il to spare tlie life ot King
Thtibiw out of resjiect for his family.
A liter dispatch from General Prender
gast savs that King Thee'iavv surrendered
unconditionally. He requested that the
British make known their terms, but an un
conditional surrender was tleimndeiL
Dim in, Decemlier i The Xatlonalisi-,
have carrldl every division of Dublin city.
In St Patrich's division 3Ir. W. 3lurphy.
Nationalist, defeated 3Ir DockrelL Tory,
by a vote of 'i.SSo to l.lCi. In St Stephens
Green division. Fdmontl D)er Gray has a
majority of 700 over Sir Edward Guinness,
Tory. The c ty has been a blaze of excite
ment all day. The triumph of the Nation
alist creatdl tremendous enthusiasm and
the Leaguers throng the stn-ets cheering the
successful candidate and taunting the Loy
alists, who are -still.-! and unresjionsive.
3Iessrs. Sullivan anil Harrington, the mem
bers elect from the College Green and Har
bor tilvision. exhortdl tlie jubilant jujmlace
to tie temjierate in their demonstrations of
delight and to avoid provnklpg breaches of
the jieace, which would ! sure to be mis
rejiresentdl ami would thus cast a stfrii
upon their victor. Those moderate coxin
sels prev died and no serious disturbances
During the afternoon several thousand
Leagures in lrchtil In jirocessinn. carrying
American flags and jilacards of the results,
and singing ' God Save Ireland." to Trinity
College. The gates of tlie college were
hastily closed and IockdL The students
were thus dinfined within tlie collece bounds
and a conflict vv as thin avertdL Earlier in
the day a band of oung men fastened a
staff bearing tlie Stars and Stripes to the
statue of Grattan. and tiedt-cktil the statue
with green ribbon in honor of the e!ect'oi
of Sir Thomas Grittan Esmond for the
South division of County Dublin. Soon
afterward the students sallied forth from
Trinity College ami stripjidl the statue of
its decorations. The mho have bdn rein
forced and are vigilant! patrolling the
streets but there has been no occasion for
them to interf e re.
A bailiff n imeil Foley recently cizdl a
farm In Fermny and took up his quarters in
one of the outbuildings. During the night
while he was aslti-p, a cauldron of boiling
water was thrown over him by some un
known jHTsoiis and hewas fearfully injured.
Liv i miHii. December 2. Tlie Prince ot
Wales Ins jiroinisul to otllciate at the oien
ing of tlie .Mtrsey Tunnel next mi-nth. The
event will be made the occasion of an ela!n
rate ceremony and general rejoicing iu this
citv and Birkenhead.
Mviilim. Dtivmlier 2. Senor Jforeto,
tho new 3Iiniste-rof Foreign Affa rs. In i
id) lug to a dejiiitalion from the Madrid
Mercantile NH-ittv. said that I would
submit to his (iilie-.igti.-s forthwith the ques
tion of commercial treaties with tlie United
States and EnglaniL but he expressed fears
of tlie anti-free trade tendencies of the new
statlun House ami st llw.IHnc rtnrneil.
l'lTTsiu noil, December 2. A tire broke
out shortly after ten o'clock Tuesdi,-, morning
in tlie station of the Pittsburgh. Virginia A
Charleston Railroad at HoniestcaiL The
flames spread rajudly. total) destroying tlie
station and six dwelling adjoining. Sev
eral nartuvv escajie vv ere rejsirttil. but no
one was hurt 'I he loss Is estimated ?t 50,
000; partially insureil.
Hi.) trine to He. III.
Altokvv, Pa.. Dcvemlier i Yesterday
the frozen body of a boy named Adams,
aged thirteen, was found in the mountains
of Cambria County. The boy had been out
hunting with his fattier and started for
home on Monday. It is sujijosed he lost
his way In the storm and was overcome by
Fifth avenue, 11 a. m.
fel'r." "3Iaw'n deali boy."
'Beastly nice." "ilaw'n."
crawl apart. To-Day.
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