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', ef V, »e«- Fti.i aiiii ii K mi eii 1U in. 5'n Tlif Most Bel in li'' "(M'N. leircti Hi sot it-^ V .1 A i I! I -!..(• i- :!. it r, I w ... it Milvv vridi ver wln A I Milwti'iM'f, but her f-inrlv -hot tic u0 n f'"'i' and h.ii i-'.m-w ttl 1 V 1: ibc lmhe bl.shmrii 'ul mi»Un of tier ottt to tcven i cold-i»l e i-harm imeiiui'c I maiden ulivurii* re-ent hoidim irniii'iit "f tiii ('hicn^o, T! nl '.r tivn A Y he iruliv y Mori -ri litem u lei in the I :. pped oi hist hip wan de! s.e away n three months. pucKs. on tins edtii.ir. residence was inatlri]iint. claim for cancellation. Secretari ses this tL't'iHion and in his opinio, tion to careless mi.-tnods ob'ainni.: LTHI land ntliee and then rrlnikt^ lot 'Hi: the affidavit of ates ami ,-ub. e lanirnutre of !sj.arks' tleeision. It I'lie local land otliti-r^ before|ivliom wa- in.-td*- acteptt'd the b.iuie and TM eeriilieate. The supph iiientnl reasonable explanation of the telil ei: of the eutiiu.m aiu* the failure i lue on the lurd. There is no ml iit and tin re is not sn!tie int i rini.i the r.tidin- that tin etitrjiu'in bad faith. It i^., rIk-!t-f. re, c.It sid deeision caiicellii!'.: Miid en! ry be -is hereby rt-verscil. The secretary the dec.rion of the commi--uner o. .J. Iter:.''- Co ite-t au*ii i st .1. lard in tteclioi IT town 14™, rai:-e n land district., s-arkm held IhM's •ntry for cancellation because h ak« a residence or improvement. luie. cot tinned the cancellation nf Avery's entry oT ti e foutbeast etion ]s, town IbH ramie 4V, Mitch ml district. 1). W. Capnidy con reue did not ap]ieal noon enough .'cision t.f the local land ntliee, so »ed the appeal mid the sccrctuiv t-us- K A U O O "1 hail of the Kni^h's of I.ntior 'A'etl 1 wa.t a great. s,ic.(-r~ ami highly ike order, wbirh in Farsjo, com of tin best business man. It la ele ct a handsome building for the use inization. A couple of eloquent i'athers held a mission all the week, ••4th. They had crowded liounes and interest. One of them, leather abored in the '.Vest thirly-tive yi arit. busmen* men lias been held to for the organization of a bo?rd of mittees were appointed and a favor wle. The old chamber of commerce detc a year or tiuro a^o b.jt the •ethiii" of the kind i» apparent if ad- U1 te taken of the opportunities to railroads and iniinufacturini entcr iookf j!s if toboL'vanni^ ••or«. De vk (I inu Wetland the mother. Losing' hi* tlif pOSt of 1 CoUidl- ptook fiT a fcslihy Ami ari-tocratie family. A 'dMKht'T of tlif proud merchant f»tu*Ht«i with hnii, nnil finding it ^obtain tlie part-ma1 consent. she ili'i. had hi-eu ili.-« liartji 1. Tin k, Jhi effort to tinii her, but took Ii that flu should never Hjjain enter The eloping conjilc were murricd jrniiii? Ni a neighboriiur city, mid .. afur the husband told )i v. h'e jlgotu ilwil ukt*e to getsoln i.-.c would return on the evenn ri |(l go West to hu.ld th.iu ii 11r' III*1, ess fellow h'ft hi.* beautiful, loving hnur- ifti-r the wedding reremoi.y, -lie liar not hi-ard it wurd fioni siu-'.l i:!l hope was xii iiiii'1. tln-a h'ti rd of ili upward*. i i i "St |#le it'it n i bank will i block, »oi National •••v. trirt court oegan -et-K, mi rainier busily on i for foil Tht* docket shov. civil and eeurt, and tie .... w!! -f, ty-five indictments ret now in session. A chsi hy Judge Palmer in tin National banK again* of this citv. involving by the l-'iri»t National wir.ch lilt'.iuitttdy caused tin- wrt-i k nf the 1: bunk oil H'-etiUl)t of 11:*1 ihtetiM fccli!".' Upol merits of tin- case i rentt'd duiini the re i .-tniliaiun. The. di-fidcd that it wmil iniji'i".«ihii to rtht i i urv in thit* county, ii i-ijiii'c likely Mi Chief Justice Trip' fan I.! 1 i line IieX htl' ('Oil. .i L.: that, a ni: will put i: now hand I Her i reported .. I ctur .. arili'M* her hi rtoig 1.1' ill 1TI, '. -I. .!! ilielllc: iifii th.ii in.- a- I I I 11 fcije.imr tn Hakiitato follow tilt' aloeolidilii,' hilsliindl: low 11 a Wl VVM V HT1(| .»had in .... i. Who dei" w f- adtij-ji!t11 her'»- T. county t' and a 1 al: bnrinir tow i at l.'-dlielu briek bioek WHS Dixon of 1 „i i.o, v. no i.iti in 't Week. *a /.t wi.h a c.apitiii ock of *w Vein I' ps i«t the president, .J. II. reiai-v, and SI :ti It it i-r-el!, trea-^iTi-r I HJ .ii' ih I in niiv nm.invt fn -r*fully i -eur-t- Atniilu ibei Davld'on •. •. l'Vi'i r lti in. i ntive to iieii. w nclt I'rof it'tfiiHincil to piiln -ti the name" i n^ hi jet in IKI nri« as ileter- s rei'.I ir examinati ms. Thur-day' «r*s the worst blow ever seen in ih. section. Oumiderable datnu^c-MM is, rhimneys and hay-tai-k«. Th circle «a»e one of .- xcelient :ridud e..tertainniehts i iy iiu'ln .i»t!» of tho .laniestow i nil ar r»ctt (l meetiii} A .. :li art: atti-nde r*lle M!CCt:« -. 15. S. Tniloi. K t'huich. hed to a rm-ti: in the i ipera rink Sunday rci'ht Tn irns were eaina-seil Moiulaj, Tin ted ally change l?s.-!-~:ir, had t" ni twi-ntv. K er, ii.ts I'omniei I I. tl. H-« "ll.l t'ivrd a rfiey in . H- fo.-d'ol 3 to the I lamis tl .• '.y major v tin: resiilr. l-'iini t. 1 lie Koife i In a O K k* at. It i i- the he w.. ny the L'ratnl V en lie W.-i-" a if the Sioux trl National I .(Kill i llt-eU i-- Ifift winter. A man iiiimed eiiHrdH w*? !.•'!• at N« Sulvin, milt-H wet of AKmi: u having !»idc hill that he had been diuy... der fail him. ll» wnii dizgiiiL' coal out of Ih when the accident happened. No on w i at the time, and when found he was ... Tile Mandan city new limpv with i'.irk ii a unod i|. tint innif uf the asiil eur'ns it fur ij'inatity uf prnv res mi the He linei* irranm-i a ni. i at their in to pa-i tn appoint ui" enter! next n I eedin^' tt: have tn ni ed d.\ ideii '•i»t i• i v •••(id City, ai.d w.-f tr.ed and t-oiue time Mii''e, has ht lineinent at IJaiiid City «li tut-111 ,.f 1r e w is a banijiM't, -on many \isitors fr The early spring v |iieparaiion« are tu and ri -ii nee" iln.inner Telephone Company, recent.y ur,. eii with it- principal pun e of biisn.i ss at I field, wiil push the extension of ii- lines :i. "pririr. tsoiiie i ity eM-bani.es will but ttie trunk lilies mu-t wait !:i Tlie conij •'. iir^'iui!. 1 Ati'iN.i l'lii: i to take roller wkatiuji tins winter. The Is hi ml park n:e fiuoral'ie for tii!s and the city council ha* granted the the Htreets for the ]iurpose. The 'lse i- lit in^r hur ressfuilv moved to I'ortlie use of the Y. M. I A. The i-* wrcr»tlinj with the i|iiestion ?i*e up eli r.tric liuhts for tile streetn ite ir is. Two towei are not suill is much complaint of the inati li. .ei.-tric, liuht. The lti-d Kiver is "vei wiihi-ut inuch im reuse of lenee J'.. i-n.-r of I.'-bon und Mips A I the t.'rd ai.tl cai.tnr.-! him n}ivi til illl llU' school i the murder oi vat ion May into the roa fall. '1 1 :i.•, i aiptioii. A jht 'hose f.ir!lie: i ii MinnetHsUt money. A i thl- Mi-c .. i .vv run a.* red i! !|mil r«1 1 juipent ng on !..• t:.e *:•). Her i rWi^liilic i iviHH UlnlliS. St* inie tbe iiew* of the -ank Ltnvry. who wa-i arrei •. Uaru'e of robbius.' the iiiaiiH ted at 1 -11 held on the n: i' 'iieyCoad mad- i 't nt. dtatint thin .... would be us. :i 'rii.iraits yrii.t-'i o. i* immedtatelv it .• ai-tl wi and !»li the v e 1 Watertowi p." -idelit, tin- !•. porn torn a i irectors i 1.. I! Harrison, 11. K •. v\ Hriiwn ai.: /.. I., v. /. .-. fubstantiio oi D.iw IMcitey county, found itcoiivci.h nt io u-.m bright little viUa^t! tif Keystone, w it!t :i I b. Vrintin! house, saloom* and ot t: ».lit n advanced civilization, a few HIM i ri'i. i.-. Secreiarv .ainar I I.-I K ailinned tiiu 1 iielil it-n. dismiipc s, but wen homes w Tin- I) i in tins fro-l i Mt :iv?t .winir i. -sell, i a 11 tirj 1. HlealinIT .e jllft mderei: the stri n the market i moking 2.(100 i: e lndiu' i/lm 'a one ag ,IT lb.- tV .1. '1 in th built tl --a-on 1. two join.-_r a rim* i" fiom '. I.arson and Ne." Ander-o v the wa-on on the railroad pot by a rmtaw i iou ot Connuissioiifr rspa ks dismissing the conte.-t. of David Townsend iiL'iiinst i'hilip Alien, Jr., over the latter*.i limner culture entry of tbe north east quarter, flection 11, township luV. ran^e ti I, Mitchell (Dak) district. The commissi.mer was a^ain overruled in a decision that suutie wonieo lost their rights to their land cutties when they married. Doily Davidson nee NiwCoinbe is been allowed the land which Sparks took away from her by the rulimu above quoted. A li^ar in*_' wa* ordered in the ease of the entry of Herman D. Staler of the north we*! quarter se tJon township V.'. raru'e rr». Waterlown Dak, land dtetr:t i wuic i tiou. •.park- had lor i Mil TKt'K's CASK. At Yankton, before .1 uds Tripp, th of the disbarment of L. N. True, atti llutchintton county, wa- --ibn"ti"1 t- I'll MS •n Di i u late jilted 1 w lio found uirainst True. T'e- c-uri r. r-eiitcnce, suspentline Ti n pr year?, with leave at tli- cl i to make ap[)iic'it ion f.,- r. '. pi clears up certain other --1 -i• I 11 i. i A I i 11 M• turn of be-fk -n to one sine, and est tldish a new town, which has been nam ed Moitanpv It donated to all tbe hu-.iie*s men of Keystone lotf if they would come to the new town, t'oiiseijuently the past few weeks there has been seen the no\el siirlit of a town on w lit*c 18 moving over the pra-rie to the new pile. Tile lie wspa |i.'r and sa... led the .'i and the otiiers are followinir. A mk, coinnio dioiiK hotel and sevenil lui-iii' !n .i-e.- ai a' reaiiy in operation i:, the new lown, anil it prom* iscx to have a rapid hut healthy r»»w th, a« it will be the mart for a ucopo of well settled farm ing country. hiilJll tn Ii line u mi thrown from at the ii( t»-«fti «I I T'! i 0 I I a .n w a- 1 ra^sri'd one K O we re i n to xiri. .1, Uiih'." u Vk r.I?* Lrruiiury -her ^lain. for: r0e?ii«, ri'reretr. !. I'.. V.i. bushels of oat v. mid farann the very low- The to'e in f'.e tbree m.-t piqci^ai tn\Ti:*. in !:.• IC-i. k II v.,rlr.' 11 'i- h.'ip'.tl I i !.e id :'V, 0. Deftdvu od ^'i' Ha ,Id t\ i.i irf •-!•. .loilbles i:- wte "f «. ven s aji» l.iMo to —uud elaiins to t»f i. e mo-t (lopoioun city in the Itiack Hills. In irar«i KorkjJ county the Denioci at« in erea-eil tlieir vote to Ifrom r,','| two year." ago, while the Kepi.nlii an Voir f.- from Ij 2,0','. in North Dakota onl) two men. ,!.:am» "f Itismaick find Stewart of ^aish, were re le t.-d to the lower branch of the legislator.\ .iiid none to the council. Traill c-'iini tne I tlit* commissconers. ..".\ t:ied r, thou jl. 1 e V W'llO went 5" :s 'rohii.itionists i -c.? I I the.in coi.troi *1: county board, i i:,' e.. '.iCeiist's c&ti b- l..tti .i. that couiitv to v. 11 ::quor. Irteil si rol-.'iy ,.i last year an.! 11 1,•-• trade from n .thooTluij cou.ati.es. I's It tow s- Tliirtv-three years have passed s nof tl e introiiuction of l'l'- l.iill s Couyh ami it still stands uui'iT«ll#d. trtt tn« Keuuin*. l'rio# & cU. A .i-i.it brary. i i'i'i- litte-!. i i Iilr:.ry in the 11 V i- !o !..• -1' v. '-s I I -1'! All- 1,' w Wi, i rv. t" i winch hi 1 n iuK'v i i laro'c jiur.' i" Kurojn:. It t. --v lnltlllHTS »'. YUllillK'S in l' .! :a!)ii- lin ii ii-i.-l'i] i! s, ami i- i- tr i, i! a- material for :i lti,-lory of m-o) ii\ 11 tvt11 IcH cut ir. a !.». .jtii's-r to ('onicll. »K\TII f»F KX-rnKS. ATITIIUR. ft- I \x' 1 0 fi'Wtf-*-. .'"Yj Ex-President Chester Alan Arthur died at ISi Lexiiiiiton avctiu*, New York city, wh«r» he had rested for twenty years or more, at 0 a. ai., November ISth, cerehral apoplexy being the immediate cause, his chief malady bein£ Bn^hta diseate of the kidneys. For two or three years he hud an enfeebled heart, and for the iaat year he bad been an invalid, hi« restoration to vig orous heaith not being aiiti-iiat«d. lie passed the greater part of the summer at New London, Conn., but his physical in firmity gained force and ha r"t New York six wecl.s a o, :i i t. u well as whea he left the city. But neither he nor those about him antic ipated that death wuuld so snon ensue. Tuesday morning he felt unusually strong and free from all pain and he spoke of it with tbe exhuberaii'-e of hope and courage. Tuesday evening a great change for I worse was apparent, his family wer# sin naoned and paswul some hours at his bod side, Dr. Wm. A. Valentine and Surrogate Rnllins remaining with them. At midnight lie was resting quietly and and was left alone lora few hours, during which time he suffered the stroke of cerebral apoplexy, a small blond vessel bursting in the brain, producing paralysis of the rifch side, lie was motionless and speechless during Wed nesday, and beyond the pressure of the doctor's hand and putting o-it "'s tongue, partly, when asked to do so, l.e gave no other sign of.conseiousness. There was great ch&n-o before the ond came, life ebbed slowly awuy, the heartbeats were fewer and fainter, and without pain or struggle, at live o'clock, Thursday morning be entered upon the long, eternal sleep. The funeral of Mr. Arthur is appointed to take place at S:30 a. m., Monday, the -2nd inst., from the church of Heavenly Rest, fth Avenue, lit. Kev. Dr. l'ar! er Morgan offici ating the burial to be at the Albany liural Cemetery, in the Arthur family plot. Ex 1'resident Arthurwas born at Fairfield, Franklin County, Vermont, October 5, 18$), being the eldfsi of seven children, two sons and five daughters, of llev. Wm. Arthur D. D., a Baptist, clergyman, who came to the United States from Ballymena, Ireland, at the age of eighteen years, he then being a gi- iduate of the University of Belfast and especially versed in the knowledge of Latin and the Creek classic*. In a log cabiu, in the northeast portion of Fairiie'd, the sub ject of this sketch was born, his father being the founder of a Baptist church, v.i. c-ir iiest services were held in a barn. iiut the pastor nf that rustic church, with h.-? strong intellect, s-h'.hirly attainments anl rare cionuence ruse to distinction in the ministry and in the domain of authw •hip, and from l!oi to 1 was pastor of !.» Calvary Buptist Church of New York citv where he was accounted one of the ablest clergTmen of tbe metropolis. He died near Albany, Oct. 27, lSTti. The mother of a future President, whose maiden name was Malvina Stone, was endowed with a rich intellectuality, and Gen. Arthur inherited talents of the highest order. Young Arthur began his preparation for college at the age of twelve years at the Acfidoniv at. (Ireenwieh. Washington county U. Y., and graduatrd.it he (Irainmur schoel at Schenectady, lie entered Union college In 1M5, when mly 1" \ears of age. teaching school duriag the winter mouths to earn money to go on with his ml a-.a lion. ITo graduated in 1S4.S. at the age ot IS. He hail t.be:i determined to become a lawyer, and alternated the period of his legal studies with teaching, so that when admitted to the bat in ',y.Vl. he had the capital of $.'•'«. sived bv the stnoted economy, with which to I» gin his business life. The young lawyer soon reached a position cf prominence from appearing as chief counsel in the celebrated Leiumon slave case, though associated with Vv in. M. Ivvarts, whereby the court of appeals set tled the right of slaves) to their freedom when brought into the state of Nmv York by their is'.ers. Into this case he threw his inherited anti slavery sentiments and exhibited the force of his legal ability. In another case fie won a victory for human rights, the suit of a young colored woman who was ejected from the horse cars and was awarded a decree of $5Xi. His political life began in lts/, and was contempora neous with the origin of the Republican party. Recognizing his promise (Jov. E. D. Morgan had made him a member of his gubernatorial stuff and the day after the guns opened on Sumter gave him command of tl le quartermasters department at New York City. In this position he exhibited marked bus iness grasp, valuable economy and inflexi ble integrity. In ltsTl President Grant ap pointed him Collector of the Port of New York, and in 1 o he wa* renominated by the same President, and conlirmed without reference to a committee, a compliment never given before except to ex-Senators. Ue was the first collector «ver reappointed lora second term, and with scarce an ex cept ion the only one who, for fifty years, n-i the oilice for nioiethan the tern' of four vears. In he was succeeded by Cen. iUerritt and teturi ed to the practice u£ his profession, lie wa« a natural organizer ef li'.eu and forces and had high prominence in i:ia» party in New- York n ifT'J wm at the head of the organization In the national ''onventu n of 1880 he supported Gen. Grant, and after the of Gen 1" f'.,rfie!d, wan chosen ident. !-y the tragic deatii of 1 -i He'd 1 ame President and Ch. cam" street every and mauvcv throng hits Next came o. Arthur, jr., leaning on moun. Art hu c:ir."i i M-Kir it an o, ,• m1 his .ustruue tame. I'rom the i'residential office he passed again to his law oilice. but before he had time to pick up the scattered thread:- i.is profession i'. -.k aim, ar i career was e,. 1. d. Nearly twenty-five years ago he married the daughter of the heroic captain W. L. Ueriitlon of the United State* Navy, whose death in January .• bereft him of th® companionship of 1 rilliant woman, a devoted wife and admirable mother, to whose memory he was lovingly loyal. Mrs. Arthur was born at Fredericksburg, V:r 1. '.("' i e i- 'ended f ,l a 1 'f g.'l U md worth. Their iw childreii, a son. named fur his father w twenty-two yean, of age and cir^ i in the legal profession, and Mi lie. the daughter, lias passed her fou birthday. To them falls the heritage of lilustriuub ancestry. Tije news of the death of ex-Pre*ideut •Arthur while it did not great.iy surprise the country, called forth the most iuuvors il ex press! nng of respect and sympathy. Pres ident Cleveland telegraphed that he would attend the funeral accompanied by the Sec retaries of State, Navy, Interior and the Postmaster General. A committee of the Senate composed of John Sherman, Geo. F. Edmunds, John A. Logan, W. B. Allison, M. C. Butler, James D. Cameron, Warner Miller, Geo. V*«t. A Gorman, Joseph 11. llawley ai J. n.. Gov. Hill issu other Siate 11 mast. Chcste: V. i\ Jones will attend. proclamation and e ordered Hags at hidf Arthur, Jr., and Mrs. of ruanv teh-grama In the Peaceful Crave. 'llw funeral of ex-President Ar* bur tNew oi k Mouday morning, was majt-.-Lic in it* Bimplicity. There WHS e\ Secret are" l'i -t masier (i -A O N E V S Kpiil.ling There was :i-• the final pa\ members of i casket, covered sprays of violets I'i'Ses, was lifted born no -p!ryy of pomp orceretuony.no military mu^ic or proces sion, but a mighty throng or' silent, sorrow ing iieoplf wiiiies-ed the lat ereiimtiiee whicn eartliiv fnendshi] may b"itow. The funeral arrangements were in ohm^e Clavton Mi-Michael of Philadelphia, a favor ite friend of the deceased, who was Marshal of the District Columbia during the Arthur iidniinistrat ion. The pall bearers, with ono exception, were the members bf Mr. "Arthur's Cabinet,, being T. oln and Chandler, ex resham and Hat ton, ai Brewster and Mr. e eollin was of oak inv h. and with uo orna lver plate with a sim eounti nance w is pale •re si' han was to dl' pain and suf i -eland and Post arrived at 1li« housij otiier meinlters of this ercd with blac 11 i Ist:111- -ii sav pie iii-ci ij.tion. Tlc» and emaciated but be expected after n fering. Presid-Mil master (iener il lias at followed cabinet. Judge \Vi and they wei- r--" tinttee. the Miller and Gov. Hill i 1 y the Senate Com- nt the house, save the dead by the At s :to the black palmetto loaves, a wreath of white '.iertaker's as iii ti.-- room. The 5 si slants and silent form o lirout.: for i'e in the i A Arthur passed earthly tenement. of CM-' :.TtI was revi rcntiy placed Irapctl hearse. As the :n ii vv of the people in the head wn-5 bowed nsv -rentiy, •s wee ilili 1 with tears in the ... i..„| jn tin* pi't sen 'e of d'VlUl. the resiile'.iie Chester A. -on .if tie* ex-president ..rm, clc.d in garmemsof his sister, Mis.s Nellie passed ijuit^ly to their was hev inijianiod by Mr. and Mrs. Then Caws. Mrs. Haynosworth and :i.- -.-o i- of the ox-pres idents- Postmaster Masten ami his wife of Cohoes. N. Y.. with their son and daughter President Cleveland. Postmaster General Vilas. Martin T. Mt Mahon and Henry H. Diaper, Secretaries Bayard. Whitney and Lamar. Lieutenant General Sheridan, Dr. Agncw, ('ornelius N. Bliss, Rob bert. G. Dunn. Go Sharpo, Chris. L. 'I'itTn:• \"aii'l"rbilt.. Chief Justice \V tii'.-- iiariain and Bat' hfiird niunii-, Shertnan. igati. llvarts. Hawlev, Meni 1, Vest, and Gorman and Gov. Hill. The i.lurners iiilcd '.'.'i earriagf?. but. over ioo can'iagt's filled wi'h fri'Mid. who had been tinabli, to gain aduiision to tlie house followed the procession to the church. Ks corted by six bat: by o n. Seholield luetic -d to move. were bared fi and many eye? v. tlie church ha,i i-. single American George H. id l.'orncliu* ue anti Jua Sonators Kd- arlillery, lurnished the sh. ii't .processi'-n coin All along the route heads hear»o ,.na into sight, re dim i.e extci i-r of •n draj ,1 '. lis hitii-k. A flag suspended over the portico indicating the national character of the obsequies. The chancel, reading desk find pulpit were also obscured with drapery. Admission to the editico was iy ticket, of whi 'h about nine hundred were issued. The board of aldermen met at the Wind sor hotel at Voti and marched to the churcJi in a body, find committees from tlie cotton, tuerennt ile and oi her exchanges and public todies were present in their olli-'ial capaci ties. The casket was met at. the entrance by Rev. Dr. Morgan, rector of. the church, and Rev. \V. A. Leonard, of St. John's church, Washingto7i, who. repeating lie well known Kpi-copal service ivniuicneirig. "I am the resurrection and the life," leaded the pro cession up the aisle to th- i hancol. Th« SIMPLE rtNKUAL s!.i:VI.'K,i of the Episcopal churcli wen then proceeded with. 1 ho illusion) portion consisting of pro cessional. oit'ertory and recessional hvmn*, including "Abide With Mt.'" and "Nearer, My »od, to Thee." A brief address eulogistic of the deceased as presi dent and as a private citizen was de livered by the Rev. l)r. Parker Mi rgan. At its conclusion the audience rose to its feet, and while the organ rendered the weird mournful music of the "Dead March in Saul, the casket with its few family mourners in the rear was bornu down the aisle to the ht-ir-c at the north door, the vast, crowd occupying every inch of ground wit Inn sight, again manifesting ita respect by standing with bared heads. When the friend-, and relatives had enter-Mi tin* car riages the procession at once started for the Grand ('cut ral ib ed its i n'"i who i,'. '-.:i'-r Specidl !•.!:• i: IO I I train f-.r remaii -. TI'C and tl Comnr ai ..a .! club ai.'i.", '.• R11'"i i to l! i ofiioial In add of Mrs t. while the crowd turii "ttinguished people from the editico. -crved on tlio 10:150 inoiii'nei's and the i di lay in start iug. n\ at 1 :'3 p. ni., was met by the body, the Grant s aiid (-seare to 'he last ceremony Donne o ,o the s i -rave I., icre also he tiud a sister 1 ar and in 1 bat died ill !*•». the foiher and mm ex- Albany h.agtis i oung iiiiried of the President, and the father of Mrs. Arthur.