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THE LAST OF EARTH.
Funeral Services Over the Remains
of Mrs. Harrison
At Waalilngton aud IndlanapolU Wera
ltrlor, fclmple and Very Impreialve
A Wealth or Floral Tribute.
Mourning Emblem Worn
by Hundred, of Sad
Washington, Oct 33. Funeral oxer-
clses over tho remains of Mrs. Harrison
previous to their removal to Indianapo
lis for Interment, were held in the east
room of the White House at 10 o'clock
yestorday morning. They wero brief
and simple, in accordance with the
wishes of the president and family. At
each end of the casket stood an im
mense sago palm, whoso graceful wav
ing branches reached nearly to the ceil
ing. The soveral niantloploccs were
banked with ferns and flanked at each
end by a larger ptilm. Around the ens-
kot were grouped tho grcnt wealth of
floral onerlngs, through which friends
of Mrs. Harrison present and absent
testified to tho appreciation of her
worth while living and their sorrow at
At the head stood tho cross sent by
the republican state central committee
of California, mado of white chrysan
themums; from tho angle of tho cross
suspended a wreath of yellow chrysan
themumsand against tho base rested
anothor of red roses and palms. Oppo
site, at the loot, was a massive crown,
the gift of the Now York City chapter
of the Daughters of the Revolution. It
was composed of chrysanthemums and
white roses and rested upon a base of
On the head of tho casket rested a
wrenth, prepared at the White Honse
conservatory by direction of tho presi
dent. It was made of white roses and
orchids, of which Mrs. Harrison was
very fond. The emblems that sur
rounded the casket comprised every
known device appropriate for such an
occasion, and tho profusion was un
equalled in tho experience of all who
Those present, barely 200 in number,
were almost exclusively tho ofllclal
family of the president and those
whose relation with the family put
them on the footing of domestio friends.
When the spectators had resumed their
seat in silence, Dr. Hamlin, the pastor
of the church of the Covenant read
the opening passage of Bcripture: "In
my Father's house are many mansions,"
and the other selected passages which
followed. This was followed by a brief
From their reeessed concealment in
the adjoining room the eholr sang the
first two stanzas of Cardinal Newman's
beautiful bymn, which Mrs. Harrison
so much admired: "Lead, Kindly
It was just 10:40 o'oloek when th
services concluded. They had lasted
barely forty minute. The honorary
pall-bearers, preceding the casket
formed a passageway on the main port
ico of th mansion and stood with un
covered hads while th eight body
bearers bore it V) the hearse.
The funeral procession then proceeded
to the Pennsylvania railroad station.
IxTtlASAPOLia, Oct 29.-Presldent Har
rison and th grief- trlcken members of
his personal and ofllclal family arrived
her yesterday morning for the sad pur
pose of placing the remains of Mrs. Har
rison to eternal rest in this place she
lovingly oalled her horn. The elegant
ly equipped special conveying the party
arrived her at 9:30 o clock, promptly
on schedule time and was met by thou
sands rl synipathetlo friends and ad
mirer. Lng before the arrival of the funeral
train a concourse of men and women
had assembled about the First Presby
terian church in anticipation of being
enabled to secure admittance. Itut the
capacity of the edifice was limited and
hence It was found necessary to dis
criminate in favor of old local friendi
and neighbors of th bereaved family.
In the northern aisle seat had been re
served for fifty members of the Seven
tleth (Uen. Harrison's) regiment, and
the veterans filed in with bowed heads
and slow and steady tread.
The throng on the avenue decorously
fell back as the head of the cortego ap
proached, beads were bared and tonguot
were stilled. Uently th casket witb
it wealth of floral tributes was lifted
from the hearse by Judge Woods, Gen.
Wallace and Measra Elam, Martindale
and Allan Hsughey and borne through
th canopied doors of the southern en
trance. Hers It was met by th officiat
ing divines and the procession moved
lowly down the main aisle, while the
muffled tones of the organ reverberated
through th edifice in a mournful dirge.
Tb casket was placed immediately in
front of th pulpit and surrounded with
palms and plants, while a vase filled witb
whit chrysanthemums towering above
th surrounding foliage was placed at
Meanwhile Dr. Hslnes was repeating,
or rather Intoning, so mournful was tb
adenee, the passag of Scrlptur com
mencing, "I am the Resurrection and
the Life." Th congregation Remained
standing while th mourners war be
ing seated. Th paw reserved for th
bereaved husband, Mr. and Mra Hcott,
Mrs. Dlmmiok and Russell and Mra.
Harrison, was direotly in front of th
family pew. By th time that .th fu
neral party had been Anally sesUd th
dllic was crowded to overflowing, th
door were olosad and th simple bat
touohlng ervto was Inaugurated with
th singing of Mrs. Harrison's beauti
ful favorite: "Lead, Kindly Light"
A th voioe of th singers died away,
Dr. Haines stepped to the front of th
platform and with uplifted hand pro
BOUBoad th lactloav----- '
Th congregation joined in th elos
lag "Amis" and th pastor eootinaad
tk anrlo by read lag a auaaber of brUf
aslaetioaa Irons the New TeaUment
having a rfra to immortality aad
the reward of ta righbnoua Th aloa
isff passag of ta last aaleetloa wae
frvsa th seventh ehp tor of Brlatlooa
having ref.rsass Wth .,. I 4at
rodaained Wfcr th throe of Ood. .
Taking this a aai apjvopriat aaajwai
rbr hs discourse, the divine in low a4
trembling tones delivered the funeral
There was a momentary pause after
the pastor had concluded his dis
course; and his place was then taken by
Rev. Dr. N. A. Hyde, of the Congrega
tlonailst denomination, who addressed
the Throne of Grace in solemn prayer.
Once again tho voices of the singers
broke the silence. Iiy the president's
especial desire another favorite selec
tion of tho partner of his life's joys
and sorrows, "One Sweetly Solemn
Thought," had been chosen with which
to close tho sorvlcefsoftly from amid
the shrubbery a requiem borne upon
the air and penetrating with a soften
ing In licence to every heart, camo the
The singers retired, the benediction
was pronounced and the service was at
Indianapolis, Oct 29. Just before
the train loft here the president dictated
and signed the following, with the re
quest that it should be furnished to the
My dear old friends and neighbors:
I cannot loave you without savlnir that the
Kinder and gracious sympathy whloh you have
to-day shown for me and for my children, and
much more, the touching evidences you have
given or your love lor iflo door wife and mother,
have deeply moved our hearts. We yearn to
tarry with you and to rest near the hallowed
spot where your loving hands have laid our
doad; but tho little grandchildren watch In
wondering silence for our return and need our
care, and some publlo business will no longer
wait upon my sorrow. May a gracious Ood
koop and bless you sU. Most gratefully yours,
Two Dig Building. Go Cp Like a Flash
Three Firemen Herloa.ly Injured by an
Eiploalon Another Fire Came, the
Death or a Young Lady.
Ci.evei.and, Oct 20. At 10:83 o'clock
yestorday morning fire started In the
third story of the sash and blind ware
house occupied by A. Teachout & Co. on
Canal streot A general alarm was
turned in and several stoamers dis
patched to the spot The warehouse was
filled with dry, inflammable material
and was soon a soothing mas of flames.
Nearly every steamer in the city was
sent to the Scene, also the fireboat A
deluge of water was poured upon the
burning building, but the warehouse
was a regular furnace and it was use
less to play upon it A small wooden
bridge leading from the rear building
carried the flames to th main building
On Michigan street It caught quickly
and in an instant the flames bad so-
cured great headway.
In about twenty minutes there was I
terrific explosion and the entire front
of the brick structure was blown out
Hundreds of persons ware standing on
the street at the time. The flying de
bris struck among the crowd and many
were knocked down and several wert
badly cut and bruised. A team of
horses belonging to engin company
No. 8 were badly cut Three firemen
were struck and failed to th ground,
bruised and bleeding, and many specta
tors were injured by flying debris.
The total losses amount to about 1374
Yesterday morning a fire started la
the third story of the building occu
pied by the Cleveland Window Glass
Company on Champlain street .It was
caused by an explosion of some con
teals, The flames were so" ander con
trol, when the firemen disc overeda man
and woman lying unoonsclous on ths
The man, Michael Sullivan, though
still alive was thought to be beyond re
covery. The young lady, Kittle Nolan,
died shortly after being taken front
th building. The loss will not amount
to over W.0O0; .
W. O. T. U. CONVENTION.
Th Kntlonal Body la Annual Scaaloa M
Denver, Col., Oct 29. The national
convention of the W. C T. U. a&sombled
here Friday morning with a large rep
resentation from all the subordinate
bodies. MLss Francis Wtllard presided.
There was little trouble over creden
tials, and the convention, after prayes
and an address of welcomo, got down t
business at once. Mist Willard read hot
Tho reports of the corresponding sec
retary and treasurer were read. Th
report of th national secretary, Mrs.
Caroline B. Iiuull, shows that the unloq
is In a most flourishing condition. Total
number of auxiliaries, including "Ys,"
7,857; total membership of "Ys," li2,
808; number of "Y" unions, 751- total
membership, 12,803; number of coffo
houses, rcstsurnnts, friendly housot and
reading rooms, 282; money raised by lo
cal' unions, 1:136,244.71; state unions,
1123,874,40; money paid national in dues,
112,872.02; money paid national for
Other purposes, 811,578.20.
The treasurer's report showed total
resetpta of 122,243.83, the disbursement
were 120,731.20; balano 11.512.13. Mrs.
Buall, national superintendent of or
ganizers, submitted a report It had
been decided by the general officers to
nse the 11,500 appropriated by th last
national convention in th states and
territories not before baring help. II
was apportioned among North Caroli
na, Alabama, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada,
Indian Territory, Oklahoma, Washing
ton, Colorado, Texas, Oregon, and m
balano waa left Har report simply
details the work of organisers sent to
thos state. Th balano of the after
noon session was taken up by report
of variou organisers, all of which
showed a healthy growth of th order.
KUI.d by HI Boa.
.KaoxriLLa, Tann., Oct 29. C M.
Baker, dlatrlot passenger agent of th
Kansas City, Ft Soott A Memphis rail
road, waa shot and killed by his son,
Francis, aged 18, at hi horn in th sub
urban town of Lonsdal last night Th
boy gav himself up to th poll and
aid hi father waa baa ting htm error th
head with a heavy Uok, H got hold
f a shotgun for thapnrpoa of aright
nlag hi father, who was drinking,' and
shot him wain ten tlonaUy. ' - ,
" )eaom 4atrlBta. - !
8t. Lorn, 04. W. Oaorg (X forth,
assistant rnraT manager of th Mla
owri lawift Kallroad Company; ha
MS Bvw M to latTaOUsT fl Tata mag
.who wr lrmd' In th affra.wtlaXtlB
Manoru a uo&.yviu,
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READ, YE SCEPTICS 1 1
DISTRESS, DESPAIR, DEATH AND
Ajtoii, N. T.
Tin. David Kitifrsnv, Rondotit N. Y.:
Dear sir uuirni ana aesprur make
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I wo yenra. Was crossinK Ibe railroad track
when a strauge spell is enme upon me the
depot a few yards i away, looked to be
miles, nearly mctuon - in a aense mist.
I coiimiilled different physicians, but sut
fcrwl untold misery.
My uimetllo nni nil crone hut little
lrtiii!ili nomiod for business, llowela
all !", nircd, kiiliir). showed creat
alnsriiaiiun as well as the rest of tho body.
All RKnd It wosasllKlitBlruke of pnraly.
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nurinij these two years I was but little lm
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