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Obsequies of Emperor William at Berlin.
Imposing Aspect of the Street Proces sion in the Prussian Capital. Elaborate Services Conducted in the Lutheran Cathedral. Kings, Princes. Soldiers, Statesmen Among the Throng Present. The Grand Cortege Led by Military and Bands of Music. THE DEAD EMPEROR. Grand and Imposing Funeral Cere« monies. Beun, March 16—The funeral of Em peror William t<»ok place to day. The weather was extremely cold. Hundreds of thousands of spectators occupied the spate behind the soldiers, while every window alony "Unter Den Linden was crowded. The houses on the thoroughfare were covered with mourning and exhibited dags with black drapery. At the street corn* is massive pillars draped with black and surmounted by Prussian eagles had been erected. The lamp posts were cov ered with crape, and at every fifty paces there were large candelabras bearing nam ing cressets. The route of the funeral procession presented a m<>3t imposing aspect, entirely in keeping with the deep sorrow and reverence of the people. 1 he centre of the road was strewn with gravel and fir branches. In Paris Plat large crape festoons entwined with laurel were huDg. The Eranden burg gate was draped and there was a large arch in front of it upon which were the words, "God bless you." The funeral services took place in the Cathedral in accordance with the programme. Emperor Frederick was not present, the weather being too severe to permit of his exposing himself. The service began with a soft prelude on the organ, during which time the mourners began to assemble. Dr. Koegle, chaplain, read a passage from the '«»th Psalm, and verses 25 and 26 of the lt;th chapter of John. The choir sang, "I know that my Redeemer liveth." Pas sages were then read from Psalm 91 and Timothy, 4th chapter and 7th and 8th verse>. * The chaplain concluded the ser vices with the words. "Blessed are they who die in the Lord, now and forever more." The choir responded with the words: "Yea, the Spirit saith they shall rest from their labors; their work shall live alter them." A prayer was then intoned "What God doeth is done well." Dr. Koegel delivered the sermon standing by the coffin. His text was, "Lord now lettest Thou Thy servant depart in peace accord ing to Thy word, for mine eyes have seen Itiv salvation." He concluded his ser mon with the Lord's prayer, and the con ^wgsfion then sang "Wenn ich Eimal sol .Scheiden." A motel from Graunz, "Tod Jesns." was then sung by the choir, after which the members of the Sing Akademie rendered," Wie Herrlich ist die Neue Welt." At 12:45 Dr. Koegel pronounced the bene diction, while at the same time vollpys were fired by the infantry on the outside of the cathedral. The ceremony closed with the singiDg of "Holy, Holy is the Lord." The procession to escort the Kaiser's remains to the mausoleum, then began to form. Prince Bis marck and General 1 onMoltke were not present at the service at the cathedial, nor did they take part in the procession at the mausoleum. The cathedral presented a most solemn and impressive appearance. When the soft organ prelude began the court chamberlain and ministers took their positions behind the labouets bearing the insignia. General Von Pope, holding the imperial standard, then stationed himself at the head of the coffin. Count Uhndorf and Prince Kadziwill led the Emperor's aides de camp with drawn swords, stand ing on either side of him, and the adjutant general and other aides de camp standing together at the foot of the coffin. While She organ still played the royalties entered, Prince William arriving at noon. At a signal from the chief master of ceremonies the organ broke into swelling tones and the services were begun. Prince William stood in the middle of the nave behind the imperial standard. Along side of him were the King of Saxony, King of Belgium and King of Koumania. Close by stood the Grand Duke of Baden, Princes Albrecht and Henry and other princes of the royal house of Prussia, the Prince Imperial of Austria, the Prince Imperial of Russia, Grand Dukes Michael and Nich olas of Russia, the Prince of Wales, the Crown Prince of Italy, the Crown 1 rince of Denmark and the Crown Prince of Greece, all in the uniforms of their respec tive countries. The Prince ot Bavaria, Grand Duke of Hesse and other notables and the foreign representatives, including General Billott, of France, and his suite, formed neat rows in the nave, and the diplomatic pew was crowded. The scene was truly memorable. W hen amid the strains of the tloral chorus and the sharp -attle of volleys outside, twelve regimental fomm anders slowly and reverently raised the coffin from its resting place, moving forward with it on their shoulders to the principal door. Before them walked the high court official, and on either side ot the coffin were the ministers of state bear ing on cushions the imperial crown and sceptre and other insignia. Above the cotfia waved the imperial standard borne by General Von Pope, and on each side ot him walked an officer with drawn swords. The royalties assumed po tions in the cortege in like order, as the coffin reached the door the drum mers of the military bands beat a deafen ing tatoo. This was the signal for the troops to prepare to march. W hile the procession was forming, the bands played Chopin's "Marche Fnnebre." The sounds of the tolling church bells, mingling with the strains, and the formation of the cor tege was effected in rigid accordance with the official programme. The conspicuous absence of the emperor, and Count Von Moltke and Prince Bismarck was deeply regretted. The military display was mag nificent though sombre. The entire escort comprising the elite of the army, wore dark overcoats and mantle, owing to the extreme cold. All the surroundings of the funeral car were invested with solem nity. This morning the French General Biliott placed on the coffin a superb gar land of roses, violets and camélias. Wreaths were also contributed by dele gates from Moscow, Kieff, Amsterdam,Rot terdam, and other foreign cities. Died. Pakis, March 16.—Senator Hippolyte Carnot, lather of President Carnot, died to-day, aged 87 years. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. THE SURFACE-WASHER. The above was a term of opprobrium among the '49 min ers of California.— Gold was sometimes found, after a hard rain, on the surface, or just below it. The man who was seen, therefore, with his washing-pan only trudging atjcmt in search ot such find* was gen erally coua, idered too lazy to use £ rocker or delve down to bottom rock to find the true de posit. 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He experienced all the pleasures of the world in his prompt and permanent cure; aud to such a patient who followed directions strictly, and was relieved of torture, gold will truly not compare with his estimation of its beneficence. CONGRESS. Important Measures in the House. Washington, March 16.—The Hill joint reeolation to promote the commercial anion with Canada, was submitted to the house, and placed on the calandar. Man sur, (Mo.) from the committee on territo ries, reported the bill to annex a portion of Idaho to Washington and Montana. It was placed on the house calandar. Peel, (Ind.) from the committee on Indian affairs, reported the Indian appropriation to a committee of the whole. The house went into a committee of the whole for the consideration of the senate amendments to the urgency deficiency bill on the recommendation of the committee on appeals and amendments, was adopted, appropriating 8627,000 to reimburse the state of Texas for expenses incurred in repelling invasions and suppressing Indian hostilities. In speaking of one| of the amendments, Buchanan (New Jersey) branched off'to the subject of tariff, and read a memorial addressed to the commit tee on ways and means, and signed by workingmen and women in a New Jersey pottery, stating that they note with alarm that a bill has been presented to that com mittee, which will greatly reduce the duty on pottery, and lead to a ruinous reduc tion of their wares. The various amend ments were then concurred or non-concur red.in accordance with the recommendation of the committee on appropriations, and rose aud reported the bill to the house. Boutelle moved to concur in the senate amendment striking ont the clause appro priating $100,000 for the purpose of length ening the Brooklyn navy yard and docks. Lost. Yeas 106, nays 143. The house ratified the action of the committee of the whole, and Burns, Sayres and McComas were appointed conferrees. Mills' Tariff Bill. Washington, March 17.—The ways and means committee again considered the internal revenue section of Mills' bill to day and completed it with the exception of the paragraph relating to the destruc tion of private distillery apparatus and to the treatment of prisoners whose health is jeopardized by confinement. The Repub lican members were opposed to these sec tions. There was strong opposition on the part ol' the minority to the motion made by Mills in the House to day that the House be requested to grant the commit tee leave to sit in its sessions, but it carried never theless. _ Arbitration Bill. Washington, March 16.—A bill to pro vide a method to settle by arbitration the controversies between inter-state rail roads and their employes was in troduced by Senator Blair to-day. It is the same bill passed by the last Congress, but which failed to receive the signature of the President. A new section is added which makes it unlawful for employes to strike until after the railroad has failed for five days to comply with the request for arbitration. The Pope and Emperor, Rome, March 16.—An autograph letter from the pope to Emperor Frederick which Monseignor Galimberti will take to Berlin, expresses the deep sorrow ot his holiness at the death of the monarch who was animated by the friendliest feelings towards the Catholic church. The pope thanks Emperor Frederick for the tone of his proclamation, which he says gives him joy inasmuch as it proves that the son cherishes the sentiments of his father which give assurance that the re lations between Prussia and the Vatican shall become more and more friendly. The none on his part will do all in his power to secure the friendship that will be to the clorv of both the emperor and papacy. In conclusion his holiness expresses a wish that the emperor may recover his fall health, in the interests alike of his people and of the whole of E nrope. In the House To-day. Washington, March 17—The ways and means committee to-day passed upon the remaining internal revenue sections of Mills' bill, and began the considerauon nfthat nart of the measure relating to tariff The time in the House thus far to ?« hM hien consumed in considering the Ä^.iorSwd tie iotrodnetion of reference of other measures. COAST DISASTERS. Hundreds of Small Vessels Wrecked and Lives Lost. A Terrible Experience in the Waters of Chesapeake Bay. COAST DISASTERS. Terrible Effects of the Storm----Ves sels Wrecked and Many Crews Frozen. ,Bai.timobe, March 17.—Definite news of thé destruction of vessel property and loss of life on the lower Chesepeake is beginning to come in. In the Annamass river an unknown schooner was found with a crew of six men frozen stiff. In Muddy creek a number of oyster dredgers are known to have perished. The schooner Eastern Light lost four of her crew, and the schooner Joseph Allen also lost four. It is impossible, as yet, to estimate the foil damage of the storm upon the Chesa peake bay, but from the data at hand be tween 100 and 200 vessels were either cast ashore or sunk ; from thirty to forty were wrecked, and probably thirty people drowned. Most of the vessels were oyster schooners. The inundations of the low lands in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia peninsulas caused great loss. On the east ern shore people were obliged to live in attics, and in one region vessels were car ried 200 feet inland. Ocean Wrecks. Philadelphia, March 15.—A special from Lewis, Delaware, says: The story of ship wrecks and loss of life between San dy Hook and Cape Charles between Sunday afternoon and Monday at noon cannot be told for many days, if ever. It is the opinion of Delaware river pilots that ves sels went down daring the storm which will never be heard of. The list of wrecks which have been heard of is increasing daily. Pilots who arrived here to-day say the harbor is filled with wrecks of un known vessels, in some cases bottom up wards. The probabilities are that the crews of many of these crafts have per ished. Among the vessels lost was the barge Hazel tine, Captain Vankirk and a crew of five men. The bark Briminga had screw of twenty-three, all told, twenty two of whom were lost. A number of bodies have been washed ashore. Wreck and Loss of Life. Cambridge, Md., March 15—A letter dated the 13th reports the Savenia North capsized off Hill Point. Captain James North, S. R., and James Thomas, the only two on board, were drowned. Several vessels were ashore on GYannery Bay. The Julia Cook, of Cambridge, is reported lost with all on board. A report reached Cambridge the day previous that the General Logan had been wrecked at Castle haven and that Captain C. R. Eaton and crew were drowned. The party that start ed out to search for the wreck had to re turn becanse drifts and fallen trees made the road impassable. THE STORM IN NEW ENGLAND. Round About Transmission of a Bos ton Special. Chicago, March 15.—A special from Boston, via London, says : A great storm has raged incessantly for two days all over New England. Every railway out of the city is blockaded completely, and the only telegraphic communication is by the Com mercial Cable Company's lines to Rock port, Maine, and thence by cable to Lon don. Never before was there such com plete prostration of business, and the damage to property must amount to enormous sums. The morning and after noon papers were devoid of all telegraphic information, and no trains arrived in the city. _ _ . How They Suffered in Connecticut. New Haven, March 15.—The great snow storm severed all communication between Connecticut and the Metropolis. Not a train is moving on any railroad through out the State, and telegraphic connection is entirely cut off. Reports are coming in of terrible suffering throughout the State, especially on the coast. Many lives were lost by accidents and exposure to the storm. The steamer New Haven, with twenty-five passengers on board, was beached during the gale on the west shore. The crew and passengers were safely landed, bnt the sufferings of the party be gan after reaching the shore. The party was so completely prostated before reach ing a farm house, that ten of them had their hands frozen so badly that amputa tion is necessary. FURIOUS FLAMES. A Big Fire at Mil%vaukee---Seyeral Lives Lost. Milwaukee, March 15.—The fire which started at 1:45 this morning completely de stroyed the four story brick block on West Water street, occupied by Atkins, Ogden & Co., shoe manufacturers, and the Thomas «Sc Wentworth Manufacturing Company, deal ers and maufacturers of brass goods and engine trimmings. About a half hour after the fire broke out the north wall of the burning structure fell with a great crash, demolishing a one-story addition in the rear, occupied by Gimbell Bros, as a dry goods' store, and burying a number of fire men in the rains. Two bodies have been recovered. The loss will not fall much short ot $275,000. Disastrous Fire. Philadelphia. March 15.—A fire in a five story double building at 311 and 313 Arch street to-night caused a loss esti mated at $340,000. 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For every 35.00 order received, we send six boxes, with written guarantee to re f ind the money if our Sped ho does not effect a cure. Address all communications to the Sole Manufacturers, THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO.,Kansas City.Mo «»-Sold In Helena by H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO., Sole Agents. d<*w-sep2C LEGAL BLANKS. FOR THE USE OF LAWYERS, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, CONVEYAN CERS, SURVEYORS, AGENTS, OWES! AND LESSOR" OF BEAL ESTATE, ETC. (CUT THIS OU T FOB REFERENCE.) THE HERALD has in stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed ou good paper, with red ruling for a border. The forma have beef carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in con tinuity with the statutes of the Territory, aud are applicable to any county in Montana. DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. Per dox. Per 100 Notice of Appeal........................50 Undertaking on Appeal.............50 Aff. ord. and notice for wit..........75 Subpcena.....................................35 Summons.....................................50 Und. on claim and delivery.........50 Writ of attachment.....................50 Und. on attachment...................50 Affidavit for attachment.............50 AiT. publication summnos..........75 Ord. publication summons..........50 Deposition...................................75 Execution....................................35 Summons for juror................... .35 JUSTICES COURT BLANKS. Warrant of arrest...................... Writ of attachment..................... Und. on attachment................... Affidavit for attachment............ Subpoma........................ft.......... Summons.................................... Summons for juror..................... .50 .35 .35 .50 .35 .35 .35 REAL ESTATE BLANKS; Bond for deed..............................75 Quit claim deed........................ .75 Warranty deed...........................75 Bargain aud sale deed.................75 Lease...........................................50 Mortgage ....................................75 Assignment of mortgage............75 Mechanics lein............................75 MINING BLANKS. Notice of location (quartz).........50 Deed of mining claim..................75 Application for patent................... Water Right Ixjcstlon................50 Lode Representation...................50 Placer Location...........................50 MICELLANEOUS BLANKS. Sheriff sale..................................50 Bounty certificate (wild animals) .50 Certificate of Incorporation........ .75 Bond........... 50 Acknowledgements.....................35 Chattel mortgage........................75 Bill of sale...................................75 Power of attorney........... ... ...... .50 S3 00 300 4 00 2 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 2 00 2 0(J 3 <w 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 A discount of ten per cent, made on orders amounting to $5. and twenty-five per cent, on orders amounting to $10 or over. Postage prepaid on all orders. Special forms of any blanks made to order at low prices. Check and money orders to be maoe payable to FISK BROS., Helena, Mont.