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THE OMATTA DAILY BEE : AVf'DNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 , 1881
THE DARK NIGHT
Drapliic Description of tlio Maiiyj
Scenes of Horror aud Wild
Excitement
' / -Consequent Upon the Roroipt
of the News in all Cliuios
and Spheres.
Wonderful CalmnessDisplayed )
by the Bereaved Wife Upon
Hearing of the Crisis.
Miss Mollie Garfleld AlniostJ
Prostrated nt the Unex
pected End.
Chester A. Arthur Bocoivos
Official Notiflcition of the
President's Death.
Ho Takes the Oath of Office at
President of the United
t : tat os.
Arrangement * far tlio Interment
of the President' * Cold
Remains.
THE I.AST BULLETIN.
K Uonal Aiuoelutcd 1'rcM
LONO BRANCH , Sopt. 19. The
president died at 10:35 : p. m. Aftrr
the bulletin was issued at 5:110 : p. in
the president continued in much the ]
amo condition assuring the after
noon , his pulse varying from 100 tc
100 , with rather increased volume.
After taking nourishment ho fell into' '
a quiet sleep about 35 minutes before
hia death , and while asleep his pul
rose to 120 nnd waa somewhat mo
feeble. At 10 p. m. ho awoke complaining - ]
plaining ot scvoro pain in the rngion
ot the heart. lie almost immediately
Lccamo unconscious and ceased
hrcathont 10:35. :
( Signed ) D. W 13nss ,
JHn F. 1J. HAMILTON ,
n D. H. AUNKW.
lai
The I < aftt Moments. ill
Dr. Dliss says when ho retired to ! ltd
his room about i > :30 : last night ho did
so under the knowledge time the proa-j
Jdont wan comfortable and that bar-j iiii
rinjf the always nrcsont probability o 'lit '
danger , ho exhibitp ( every indication 'birt '
of having before liiin the prospect of a rt
comfortublo niglit. The doctor when rtot
Jio reached his own room nt once act oo
about attending tohiscorrcspondcnco , 18
and was engaged reading seine letters 18dc
whqn ho was informed the president dc
had complained of sufloring great pain th ;
in the region of his heart. Ho nt
once went to tlio room and nn exam co
ination showed that the president was coTl
dying. liis heart had almost ceased in
to thiob. re
Dr. Elias says the president's death reV
was quiet and ousy , and at tor ho made br
thn complaint about suffering pain at
his heart , gave no sign of n physical Ifobc
trouble , but passed away withou | bcd.
further disturbances as if going into d.
d.it
sound sleep. it
itli
> The Pro idoat' Family.
Loxn DRANCH , Sopt. 20. All tin Hu
members of the president's family in ] ,
Ohio and at college were nt once noti
lied at precisely 10:42. : The announcement
mont that her father was dead when ] IE
made to Miss Mollie Garfield had 30
-auch a depressing effect on her that Uf
for n long time it was feared she woul Ilir
* be tluown into n state of dangorou Ilirr
excitement. The young lady had boon r hu
under the firm belief that her fnthc : >
had entered upon n period of improve >
inont that would finally restore hin Iw
to recovery. When Mrs. Garfiol
lost night entered the bad-room and !
iraa told that the president was dyin
she maintained hur calm exterior nn
gave no evidence of breaking down. }
ho is bearing her aflliction with al'
the fortitutudo for which she is BO ro
inarkublo. She is us well as could b
expected. The prosidont'a niotlio
Svill not bo sent for to como to Lon
Branch. She is much prostrated atidj it
pronounced unable to Htand th
Tournoy. The venerable lady will ,
however , attend the funeral of hot
son in Cleveland on Monday next.
All the president's children will be
Jioro to-day. _ [
The Funeral. jf
. LONO BHANUII , Sept. 20. Arrangements
monts for the funeral lias been mude
entirely to meet the wishes of Mrs. n
Qarfiold. The arrangements ns olll
dally announced by Attorney ( Junonil ]
McaVeaghnro ns follows : On Wednesday
day morning a sp.ot.ial train for Wush
.inptou will convey the remains to tit
capitol and the body will Ho in stnt ; {
under the dome of the capitol o :
Thursday and Friday , and on Friday
evening it will bo taken by a tipocinl
train to Cleveland , where it will lie in
t i etato Sunday. The remains will be
interred in Liko-Viow cemetery nt
,
,1 Cleveland , in accordance with the ;
often expressed wishes of the presi
dent.
A nUAllD OF HONOK.
TitKXioK , N. J. , Sopt. 20. Hon.
"Wayno 3IuoVeagh nm directed by
< Qoy. Ludlow to tender you a guard ol
honor to the remains of President
-Gurflold
> " (8inod ( ) WM. (3. ( STIHCKKU ,
Adjutant General.
1 Attorney General MnoYeagh an
awetvd , fttating that the oll'or woulc
"
"probaVly bo accepted.
THE PRESIDENT'S APPEAR !
ANOE.
Ilia KACJU NOT JMACIATii : > OH
UllKD.
Mr. Bicharda , the doorman ,
had not sucn the president since lie
, was ahot , uaid , when asked jf ho would
Imvo rccoini-od him : "Yes , cbrtamly ;
Jio was not emaciated as I hud sup-
poAcd , nnd oven if the features had
houn lesi natural than they were , ]
filinuld haytt rccogin ud him unywhure
l > y his butrd. " ia
"Tho fdoo ia not dUfigured , thon"i ?
'No. ' The wouiida caused by the1 , '
incision oucmi'd to mu to have almost
' ntir ! ly healed "
i' 4 J Such incidents as thi'no were the
vnivorenl talker the few of these ;
who bad an interest in watching the ,
mso. Most everyone seemed to innkr J
the loss n personal one and the prcaij
dent dead had moro friends than ht |
nottld over know had ho lived.
The News nt WftBhliiRton.
\VAMII.VOTON , Sept. 20. This citj
11 in mourning from ono end of I'onn-
Ajlvania nvcnue to the other , where
few months ngo all WHS brilliant with' '
olor us the newly elected president
. \ciit to liis inauguration. There
) iio mass of pombro blnck. Already
jorps f men nro busy draping the do-
partmontn in black , nnd the lings on
those buildings na well ni nil over the
oity are nt halt-snast. The feolintfot
wrrow ia becoming intensified. Tin
lopnrtmontn oiicticd nt the usual
time , nt J ) o'clock , but there was nil
uiiBcNlcd feeling ntnong the ofllcinlf-
md ck'ik nnd no woik is being done.
Tito death of the prenident is the only
topic of discussion ,
A few niljtutca before 11 o'clock ,
* just when the.iters were letting out ,
i newsboy rushed down Pennsylvania
ivcnuo with nn extra edition of n
newspaper , shouting , "A full account ,
if theprLBidoiit'fl ' death. " At thosanu
time n few people were on thostrootn ,
but it was not long before the Btreold
were thronged and the church boll *
were tolling and announcing the Bad-
Jest news that the people had ovci
licnrd.
Immediately after the news here
them was n great commotion great
crowds gathered and there were sconce
hoof depest regret and now nnd then
ndignation were presented. Men cried
md women wrung thrir hands.Viii \ - \
n an hour after tlio news arrived ,
workmen were teen rushing through
the atreetfl , nnd hnnimeru resounded ]
the work of placing mnrning dcco
rations progressed. At no time since ]
the day the shooting , has the cit >
been so excited ns at the time of the
'croption of the news at the Whit
[ louse.
The Night at LOUR Branch
LONO BKANCH , Sept. 20. The night
was onOOf | hurry , excitement , anxiety !
md work , such nn Long Branch lias ]
icvor aeon nnd will not aeo again ,
'hero wan neither sleep nor quiet ex
opt nt Franoklyn cottngo. It wuaj
bout the hour of 4 o'clock when
ho last of the newspaper men
eft nnd nt six o'clock began to arnv-
rom thu west end. The news cam
vith n terrible suddenness , dcspit
lie fact that everybody was Availing
iind watching for the news , and the
anxiety to secure accurate factswhich
it first promised to bo difficult to ob
tain , prevented any attempt nt the
narration of the death. Ilalf of the
newspaper men , longntj duty at Wash
ington nnd hero , were tired out nnd
luul gone to bud. The horses had
Ijcon stabled. Only n relay of men
ncro on telegraph duty , nnd in an
ithor half of nn hour all the hotel and
sottago residents would have been
islcep.
Tlio announcement- the presi
lent was sinking rapidly changed nil
his. llyerson & Brown , the livery
nen nt the West End , had all they
iould do , and their men within call
L'ho first coach reached Elboron with-
n the lapse of eight minutes from the
ocolpt of the first dispatch at the
West End , two miles away , over n
jad rojjd and on a dark night. Coaaji
by tlio surf , back nnd
forth , from that hour until dayljght
egan to bo seen. At the first alarm
loop parties and halt-awakened oner-
itors came down the stairway hall
Iressod and rubbing tired eyes , while
m the outer porch shoes were nastily
mttoncd and coaches started one
iftcr the other , overloaded with who
ivor could scramble in.
This fooling was intensified at the
Blboron ! nnd among the surrounding
iottngos from the incidents of the
ifternoou , which would probably never 01ol
invo boon alliulod to or thought of
igain had it not boon for the sad ro
mlts of the night. ' About half-past
o'clock Mrs. Uarfiold sat for a time
n the front porch , distant from , but
vithin full view of the road.
AT CHICAGO. si
CHJCAOO , Sopt. 20. The city to 4fj
lay is far moro quiet than on an or- fj
inary Sunday. Businrsa ia almost IT
entirely suspended nnd about the
Inly noUu is in&do by the boys calling
iho extra editions of the afternoon
papora. The board of trade mot as o
usual this morning but only toadfourn
onuo without tiansacting any busi
ness. Public nnd private buildings
ire rapidly being heavily draped in
iombro black. Largo but silent
jrow ds gather where thu bulletins arc
displayed and also gaze Badly on tin
ihotographa of the. murdered prcsi
lent whinh are displayed with thoai
nil the Qarfiold family in many
MRS. OARFIELD FAILING.
IH NOT UELIUVKD HICK OVN HDItVIViiV1
TUB KT11AIM
LONO BHANCH , Sept. 20. It is now
mud nnd believed by tlioso who know
her that Mrs. Garfiuld's life is in dan-
or , nnd that she will not long survive
lior husband. Courageous as uho
loomed she has her feelings undot
Control at an enormous strain , and the
oaction cannot fail to como. The
oiibiou was brought on when she wai
drcady ill and only beginning to re
ovo' , trein what had boon feared
woi'ld do a fatal illness. The terrible
tutumor in Washington with its unin- |
corrupted worry , trouble and excite
nont , loaves her in no condition tc
withstand n nervous reaction. She
wept , however , long , silently an
freely ns she sat on the bed beaidi
the body of her dead husband uftui
inidni'-tht , which was thu bo t .immo'-
liatoioliuf.
HUB HKEMKU UNUHUAIXVOHKKUFUI ,
and returned the greeting of frionde
whom aho recoxnizod with Hinilos ol
recognition. An hour later MUs Mol
lie Garfield ran about the lawn with a
young lady friend , nnd was in such
bright apitits na to attract the atten
tion of the people about the hotel
who gathered in groups to watch her
Neither ono aoeinod tp iiavo expected
tlio worst , and coitninly not BO soon
Mr , Ourliold , it ia said , hnd received
every warning that the phyaicinm
could give her , but her husband had
so often won thu fi ht that elm had
quined a habit of hopefulness in tin
nosonco of danger , Miss Mollie , ii
leported , snjs that she had been
idecoivod by friends and did not over
'iies3 nt the coming tuith. It wn
communicated as n cruel kindness bj
these Mho claimed to know it to bc
t
true. lh
JIAltUY AND JAM KM. .
WIU.UUHTOWN , Mosa. , Sept , 20. |
Harry Giuficld left here on the 7:303 :
o'clock train the morniug ior Now1
V'ork , and will go direct to Long
Dranch , his horther Iamcs , Jr. , inl
prostrated with malarial fever , and !
too ill to Ic-u-c lit * room The collcgoS
is quiet. Thoio will probably bo some !
public exprccsions of sympathy by thoj
students.
CHESTER A. ARTHUR.
1111 UKOKIIT OF TUB JfKWK-TAKKS TIUj
OATll OP l'Ut.HU > KXT.
Nr.w YntK , September 20. Ocn I
Arthur received nt his residence tlicjj
Dflicial nnnouncomcnt of the prcsi'
lout's death from tlio cabinet at 12:1 : ! "
thN moining. Theioworo with Ocn.I
Artlinr District Attorney Ilojlins , |
" " " it Root nnd Poljco Commissioner
French , Several dispatches , stating ! ]
ihc president hnd died , were received , !
hut it was not until 12:25 : this morning - "
ing that the official notificition from !
the c ibinet was received , After n brief j
consultation with his visitors. Oen.l
Arthur retired to his library , where hoi
remained nlono fifteen minutes. Hcl
then walked up ntnira to the pnrlorj
md in response to rcprcsontativca off
; lic press said ho did not wish to ben
'ntorviowod on the solemn occasion , !
indhad not determined ns yet on nnjl
) tana for his immcdinto movements.I
IIo could not say when ho would *
leave the city , but thought it would bel
some time to-day. Gen. Arthur *
ilined nt his residence with Sonntorr
JoncH , of Nevada , Elihu Root ondl
District Attorney Rollins early in thol
evening , nnd they remained witlil
Gen. Arthur until Jio hnd received tlu
illicial dispatch of the president's *
death.
NKW Yonic , September 20. To the
oabnot : I have your message nnnounc-l
ing the denth of President Garfieldp
permit mo to review the expression ol
jorrow nnd sympathy which I have
ilrcady telegraphed.
ClIKSTKH A. AllTHUR.
HE TAKES THE OATH OK OFFICE.
NKW YOUK , Sapr. 20. General !
Arthur was sworn in at a quarter past !
two this morning nt his house. Two !
udges of the Now York SunrcmeMc
2ourt hnd been sent for , J. It. liradyBt
md Charles Donahuo. Judge BradyF
irrived with Messrs. Rollins & RocBj
110 minutes to two , bub the cercmo-Bf
iy was out of court nnd deferred untilli
udgo Donahuo'a nnivnl nt n littlcA
mst two o'clock with ex-Coinimssion-Bj
r French. f
On Judge Donnhuo's arrival Gcn.J
rthnr rose from his sent in the libra-f
y and advanced to the front parlor. In
t is n largo room. The carpets arcIJTi
oft nnct deep nnd of a dark tint.II"
ieavy curtains -vhicli match the car-It'
ot hang from the largo French win
ows. Oil paintings by old master
from the ceiling. Dispatches , |
ooka nnd writinir materials were
cattored all over the largo table that
tands in the center.
Gen Arthur stood behind this ta
lc facing the window. Ha had ro-
ainod. his composure , his eye was
ulenr , nnd his manner dignified. The
baa in the library wns burning dimly ,
and hia line till form stood out
r
grandly from the dark back ground.
Old allegorical pictures loomed out
from the darkness , pictures of con
quests of triumph , and of defeats
vnd despairs , and ubovo nil wns n
white marble bust of Henry Clay.
Judge Brady stood on the 'other
side ot the tublo facing Gen. Arthur. a
Grouped around the two men were
Judfjo Donohuo , Elihu Roe , Com
missionc ! French , Daniel G. Rollins ,
and Gen. Arthur's son.
Judge Brady slowly advanced a step
and raised his right hand. Gen.
Arthur did likewise. A moment oi
impressive ailonco followed. Gen.
Arthur's feature were almost fixed.
Then Judge Brady administered the
oath , when Arthur , speaking in n
olenr ringing voice , said : " 1 do
solemnly swear that I will faithfully
execute the ollico of president of the
United States and will , to the best of
my nblility , preserve , protect and
stand by the constitution of the Unv
ted States. " After this ho icmnined
.standing , a moment longer , his handj
dtill < raised. No ono apoko or moved ,
Up to 3 o'clock ho had not decided
nrhcn to leave the city.
TO MACVBAOH.
NEW YOUK , September 20. To
Attorney General MaoVoagh : In no-
jrdanco with your suggestions I have
taken the oath of ollico na president ,
before the Hon. John R. Brady ,
justice of the supreme court of UK
tate of Now York. I will soon aavist
ou further in rcgaid to other aug-
'cations in your telegram.
( Signed ) C. A. AUTIIUK.
Vi lt to President Arthur.
fatloiul AmocUUtJ Pros.
NKW YOUK , Sept , 20.Gen. . Arthur ,
if tor n rest of two hours this morning
oft his room nnd proceeding to his
room was ready to receive any one
hat wished to see him on important
jusiness. At 0:05 : Secretaries Blaini
uul Lincoln drove up to his house to
jothor in n coupe. They were fol-
owcd soon after by Col. Gco. Bliss
md Police ConiniisBioncr French.
Secretaries Blaine nnd Lincoln ro
itainod with Gen. Arthur for nearly
in hour when they entered their
joupo , when' they left by the 10 ; " "
rain for Long Branch. Commissionc :
French left nt 10 o'clock , and Col.
Bliss a few minutes after. Ex-Sena1
tor Conkliug remained the wliolo o
( ho morning in his rooms at the Fifth ]
\vonuo hotel , -where ho received
largp number of callers , At 11 o'clock
tt was announced th.it Piesident
Arthur would proceed to Long Branch
by the 12:3Q : train.
GCri'EAU.
r. IH vnuy HKSTI.VVI AND
vaunn or JIIMWI I < YNIHMI : > .
WAHIUNUTON , Sppt. 20. The viola
ity of the jail , soon uftortho announce
ment of the presidunt'a denth , pro-
tonu'd n very ntiim.itod scono. Great
crowds of men , woinen nnd children
gathered there in anticipation of an
ittaok , but up to midnight no univer
sal uoinonstmtion WIIH made. Owinp
to the alarming cinidition of the pres
ident early last evening , it WHS thought
necessary to putdoubto guards nt the
jail , and BO that evury inch pf ground
ivitjiin n radius of two hundred yard
if thu jail \u covered by faithful ,
entries under instructions to shoot on ,
the firtt provocation , No on .
waa nllowcd to approach the . . _ \
except bearers of important incs-lii ,
jcs to the warden. As BOOII tibli'i
the new a was iccrivod nt ( ho jail that !
the ] > rcfidcnt was dead the nlnu > sli ; \
irocaution wns lukcn that Gultoau , lik
should not k'nve thu guards.
were conntraincd to keep the mailer
! secret , but by some oversight n guard
* doing duty in the corridor on which
Gultcau's cell is , dropped n hint , nnd
Guitctia jumped nt the truth , Gui- ]
itcnu wns surprised. Ilo would not
'believe ' the news nt first , hut when
Gun , Crocker wns c tiled nnd admitted
| it uns true ho believed it nnd said he
\vnfl \ sorry. "Any mnn who hnd
made such n struggle for life , " added
the wretch , "should not bo bo per
ii'itted todio. " "But what will become
come of me. " ho naked , turning iwlij ,
pale , then dropping upon his knccj ]
lie began to pray. Ilo wna assured
tnntno harm would como to him nnd
lie arose nnd paced his cell , mutter
ing to himself now nnd then nnd net
ing like n madman. On the outsidd
of the jail n quiet but anxious
crowd gathered , nnd word
wns received that n party of ]
Ij nchers had left Baltimore for \Vnsh
ington , but up to n latohoiir they had ]
not appeared. All is quiet nt the jail
at this hour. A carriage containing
eight persons drove up to the jail at
2 o'clock this morning. Its occupants
said they had medicines for the prison
ers in jail. They were promptly mil
' ) IF the grounds by the police. The
train to the west which passed througl
Baltimore nnd is duo hero at 2 o'clock
, irrived hero this morning nn hout
a to. It brought here from Baltimore
' [ i unng of 100 or 200 men , who came
fully prepared to take part in nnj
demonstration which might bo made
iigninst the jail. No organization ex
isted among them , but they were cvi
c iently disappointed in not finding
* occasion for active service. They sail
' hey expected reinforcements from
Philadelphia . , nnd they wont to the
Baltimore & Potomac depot to wait
tlio arrival of the latter.
Sergeant Noakcs , ono of the inside
guards , nt 4 o'clock this morning ,
itnted to n reporter that Guitoau WUB
deeping quietly. Ho has a sense of
security so long ns ho is within the
walls of the jail but expresses fears of
being Ijnched nnd is 6vcn abject in
Ins terror. Ha learned of the death
jf the president through the un
guarded expression of ono cf the at
tendants , who spoke of it in a tone
oud enough for n prisoner to hear
md the news wassubscqucntly passed
'rom ' cell to cell. Shortly afterwards
t was confirmed by the tolling of the
) ells , which were plainly heard in the
ail.
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This none can deny , especiall when
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BUHDOCK IILOOD U1TTEH8.
Debility , tone up the
ij etcm with BURDOCK 1II.OOD UlTTERS
Vice , 1.00 per Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Cti
FOSTER MILBURN & Go
, , , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y-
Sold at wholesale by lih & McMnhon and C. F
je 27 ecxl-mo
BiSWITZ & WELLS ,
1422 Douglas St. , Near 15th.
Sefore removing to
their new
OPERA HOUSE STOREJ
Will sell their stock of
BOOTS 1 SHOES
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Established 11 Tears ,
AlMU Keprciented
$82,000,000.0.
DON'T IT BURN I
Hyhouie and furnlturn l iiunred will
0. T. TAYLOli ft CO. ,
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for 14than'
BIBBBTT & FULLER ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
/ VXD CITY , NEB ,
otlou i-Ueii U > collect loin In Butter
EADQUARTERS j
FOR B
FURNISHING GOODS. /
Wo desire to call the epeoi il attention ot the trade to our
elegant lines ( at BOTTOM PRICES ) of Underwear , Cardigan *
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overshirts , Overalls.
Hosiery , &o , , now open. Wholesale only.
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ,
! SH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA , NEB.
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAIL ORDERS.
If 18 mo
FEARON & COLE ,
Commissson Merchants ,
1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
Consignments , miulo u > will reecho prompt attention Kifcronces : State Bank , Omaha ; Platl
& Co Baltimore ; 1'eck & Baiuhor , Clitcajo ; J1. Wcrk & Co , Cincinnati.
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
IMPOUTEUS AND JOHBKUS OP
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive wholesale house in this line in the west.
IE1. O.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
Max Meyer & Go ,
GunsAmmunitionSporting Goods
PISHING TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a
FULL LINE OF NOTIONS AND FANCY COOPS. .
MAX MEYER & GO. , Omaha , Ne \
J. B. Detwiler's
CARPET STORE.
Fhe I argest Stock and Most Com
plete Assortment in " "
The West.
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We Keep Everything in the Line of Carpets , OOh
cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures
and Lace Curtains.
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WE HAVE GOODS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY.
L313 Farnham St. , Omaha.
WM. F. STOETZEL ,
Dealer in Hardware ,
Gookins : Stoves
TI3ST
Eepairer , Jol ) Worker and lamifactoer
oat * M X CM ascxiKnoo ox
Tenth and Jacksc" Qt - - - Omaha , Nfeb

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