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EJ I; El SJIill,
DUST TO DUST;
The Funeral of General Sherman Tak
ing Place With Much PorrrfMand
' . Glory Today, : ;
Governor Pennoyer Vetoes air&Vag.
Road BillsOther Important'
Legislative Matters. f
Taking Place With Great Vomp In Mew
New Yohk, Feb. 19. New York is
today paying pvery possible tribute of
respect to the memory of General Sher
man. The dawn of his funeral day
opened bright and clear. General busi
ness was brought almost to a standstill,
from almost every house along the street
American flags floated at half mast.
There were few visitors in the early
hours this morning. Only most intimate
friends and a few old soldier were ad
mitted and the latter had to show cer
tificates that they served in the army.
Kev. Thos. Sherman the late general's
son whose arrival' was so anxiouslv
awaited arrived at the house at 1 :30
A large floral shield was received at
the house from the West Point cadets.
The shield was six feet in heitrht and
four feet broad and was made of white
and blue immortelles and calla lillies.
At 11 o'clock secretaries Blaine, Proc
tor and Rusk and generals O'Brien,
Homer and Ewing arrived at the house.
President Harrison will not look uvon
the remains of the dead General. He
preferred to keep within him the remem
brances of the General while alive. He
said he did not wish to see him in death
when their associations had been so
warm and genial.
At 12 r 25 a cassion draped in black
and drawn by four white horses was
drawn up in front of the Sherman bouse.
1 he horses . were mounted - by regulars
and army officers and were in their
charge; ' Behind came the1 mUttarJf
trappings of the General.
ibe' services of prayer began at noon
and were over at 12:30. . Prayers were
read by Rev. Father Sherman, assisted
by Rev. Taylor and two other priests.
There were about 150 persons present at
the services,, the greater number of the
relates and among the friends were Mrs
Grant and Senator. Cameron. . .
The decorations along the route are
not so numerous or so elaborate as when
General Grant was buried but neverthe
less they were strikingly handsome and
are in great profusion. -
-About 2 p.m. six lieutenants anncarpd
in the doorway bearing on their should
ers me casaet ot the general' Which they
placed upon the waiting caisson. Mem
bers of the family, friends, invited 'offi
cials and pall, bearers then took- their
places in the carriages and were followed
by members of. Xafayette posts Gv A. Rl
formed 'on either side of the -cassion.
The procession' then commenced to move
but very' slowly as both sides of 'the
street were crowded with hundreds ;of
carriages waiting to take their . place in
the line, . ... - . 'i,T',
:' At.-- Washington sou are the twniH
except the guard of honor and ; ;escort:'of
honor anJ escort of mounted police' was
dismissed and-Lafeyette post, having in
its center the caisson and black charger,
swung into Broadway and marched ' to
Desbrosses street ferry. ; . :
' The carriages in which were the fam
ily, followed -closely and all boarded the
ferry . boat which" was in waiting ', and
which took the remains across to -Jersey
City;,' . . . . . i,
- There , the body will be placed in a
special car and the family and those who
are going will occupy another car.
-. it. is announced that a brief, burial
service of . the Catholic church-will K
conducted at the grave. j ;
. ' " Stock Mm Killed. "
. Templkton.- Cal., Feb. 19. Last nitrht
a young man named Anderson . enroute
to Oregon with tock was accidentlv oW.
and killed while in a - scuffle? -with, his
wtfer for the possession of a pistol. '
Oood Name bat a Bad Man.
San Fbaiscisco. Feb. 19. T. Christ, a
saloon keeper, has been'arrested for con
ducting an, illicit . beer brewerv . in the
cellarot his building. ; ; :
Serving; Their Time. ''
Dublin, Feb. 19. William O'Brien
and John Dillon were transferred ;from
the Clonmel iail to the Galwnv.
day. ' - .
The Pennsylvania Flood.
Pittsburg, Feb. 19. The rivers- are
rapidly falling but the loss cannot ; be
accurately estimated yet.; '
Chicago Wheat Market.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 19. . Wheat,
easy; cash, 93; May 97, July 93.
A SCENB Or HORROR. I OCR LAWMAKERS.
A Mississippi Steamboat Kinks at Cin
cinnati. Cincinnati, Feb. 17. The steamer
Sherlock struck the Kentucky pier of
the Chesapeake & Ohio bridge, going
down the river tonight on a trip to New
Orleans. She had on board thirty pas
sengers and about tiftv or sixty of the
boat's crew. The boat went to pieces
and floated down to Ffth street, where
she sank. The cabin floated down the
river, and at Riverside some of the crew
got ashore in a skiff. Some were
rescued at Fifth street. It is not known
hUw'ifiany are lost. The river was high
the wind strong, and as the vessel ap
proached the Chesapeake & Ohio bridge
those on deck were horrified to see the
boat apparently at the mercy of the cur
rent. In a moment more, with a terri
ble crash the steamer struck the stone
bridge, and was immediately disabled.
James Pickett observed th'e accident
from the Kentucky shore, and getting
all the men he could, manned several
boats and went to the rescue. He- suc
ceeded in taking off six women and
seven men, following the floating vessel
as she went down the river. He saw
some of the crew swimming ashore.
Two were on a raft and he thinks he
saw many struggling in the water.
When the steamer reached the Fifth
street wharf the hull sank, leaving the
passengers in the cabin afloat. Here
some of the people managed to get
ashore. The harbor steamer, the A. L.
Martin, was hastily sent after the float
ing cabin and caught it at Riverside,
several miles below Cincinnati. As
many of the people as were left were
taken hastily aboard and brought back.
Mrs. McLean, of Pittsburg, was instantly
killed by falling freight when the boat
struck the bridge.
At 1 a.- m. it is known definitely
that Mrs, McLean, of Pittsburg,
and her granddaughter, Margery Brown,
were the only two of twenty-ohe regis
tered passengers lost. Of the nine un
registered passengers, whether all are
saf e is not sure, but it is believed thev
are among those who were rescued by
the boats. All of the crew except the
cabin and deck clerks are believed to
have escaped. But there is much un
certainty about the clerks and some
roustabouts who were not on the official
list.' Persons are reported escaping to
shore for quite a distance along the river
below Covington. The rescued are so
scattered about on both sides of the river
tonight that it is impossible to make a
tally of those missing.
'. FWHTrlH FOR ' 'CMrSr - "
The Lonisana pottery Company Make a
New Orleans, Feb. 18. Yesterday iu
the supreme court the mandamus pro
ceeding in the case of. John Morris, of
the Louisana lottery, vs. Secretary of
State Mason was called for argument.
This action was taken-by Morris to com
pel the secretary of state to promulgate
the lottery amendment. The act pro
vides for the submission to the voters of
the state of the amendment to the con
stitution by inserting an article relative
to schools, levees, asvlums,- churches,
drainage, etc.. The biU passed the last
legislature by the necessary two-thirds
votej but was vetoed by -the governor.
Both branches of the legislature refused
to consider the governor's veto and or-1
dered the secretary of state to promul
gate the amendment. - This he refused
to do. Morris sued out a writ of manda
mus to compel him to do so.
...... ! 1
KfiVKRSED THK PROCEDURE.
One of America' First Families Brings
Home a Foreign Wife,
- New Yohk, Feb. ' 17. Among the ar
rivals on tha KAnrlia VMtjmlao va
of Buffalo B'll's Indians,- who returned
with a German wife.- Matee Nashi, or
Standing Beary met his wife when he
WSJ! With thA Willi Wl llinivin Vior.no
Her name was Louisa Riedick ; she 'was
a widow with a young child, and was
living, with: her father and mother.
Standing Ttonr la an fWallala fit Ailv and
belonged to Sitting Bull's camp, and is a
du.iuicu ui ii m raw.- i aim wire, agea
24. is a tvnical German nli-inm.. Hlrmlo
and not bad lookinc. : Khe haa loarnarl
the Sioux language, and so has her child;
Mrs. Standing Bear b parents have ac
companied h er to this country, and will
remain if the father can get employment.
SERVICES IS SAX FRANCISCO.
Business Will be . Suspended
Next Saturday. -
meetintr. called bv the m
of supervisors to take action regarding
Sherman's funeral, was held this- morn
ing, and a number of prominent citizens
were present, The discussion resulted
in an appointment of a committee of
arrangements, who shall secure a hall
for public services and request the min
isters of all churches to. hold-services
both on Satnrday, the day of the funeral,
at St; Louis and on ' Sunday. - Business
men also will be requested to close their
places Saturday., . The committee will
hg a meeting .tomorrow. .. , -
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The Report Untrue. '
LONPOV. Fell. 17 - fnnnirmo ,v-n.ln
- --- J l.. . .13 .imAt l-w-
day by the Associated Press reporter at
iuciuiajuuiujiu rreara to tne state
ment, published at V ienna yesterday,
that the English and United S'tates gov
ernment agreed to submit the Behring
sea question to the arbitration of King
Humbert, show the report to be untrue.
Sadler not the Man.
London, Feb. 17. Today it was said
to be an open secret that Sadler the al
leged murderer of the girl called "Car
rotty Nell," is innocent of the crime and
is not the "Ripper." The police retain
him in custody under a remand, but are
busily engaged in searching in other 1
directions. .-' I
The Governor Vetoes
the Wagon Koart
Salem, Ogn., Feb. 19. In the house
thia morning Veatch's bill repealing the
lailroad commission was indefinitely
In the senate thuasst's-suientuiid taxa
tion bill failed to paw.
The governor has vetoed all wagon
road appropriations. The house can
pass the bills over his veto but it is likely
the senate cannot do ho. If not, this
will reduce the appropriation of the
session about $130,000.
The Senate has defeated the big assess
ment and taxation bill. There will
hadly lie any legislation on tin's subject
at this session.
SHEKHAN'S KKLIGIOt. ' 1IKLICF.
His Son Says the General Han
Been a Roman Catholic.
New. York, Feb. 19. The Rev. Tho.
Kwing Sherman was seen by a reporter
today touching the subject of General
Sherman's religious belief. He said in
a positive way : "My father was baptised
in the Catholic church, was married in
the Catholic church and attended the
Catholic church until the outbreak of the
Civil war. Since then my father has
not been a communicant, but always
said 'If there's any true religion it is the
Catholic religion.' " .
Iff. K.. Kuos.
New York, Feb, 19. H. K. Enoa
banker and president of the Mis-ouri
Kansas ami Texas Rail way died this
Ann Abbok, Mich., Feb. 19. Professor
Alexander Winchell died this morning,
Law Makers in M'aNhington.
Wshington, Feb. 19. Speaker Reed
having recovered his temporary indispo
sition, called the house to order this
In the senate a bill was panned for the
relief of settlers on certain lands in the
southern part, of Iowa. The senate bill,
to increase the pension, of Brigadier Gen
eral Powell to $72 per month was passed.
To Stop Prize Flghlng.
Aubsin, Tex., Feb. 19 A bill making
prize fighting in Texas a penitenitary
offence has passed the house. ; The term
of imprisonment provided for infringe
ment of the law ranges from two to five
Klvers Still Rising in Ohio.
Cincinnati, Feb. 10. The river in
rising an inch an hour here. The rain
is falling as far up as Wheeling.
San Francisco Market.
San Fkancisco, Cal. Feb. 19. Wheat
buyer 91, 1.46.
A DARING VENTURE.
Another Large Joarnal. Independent,
- Started in New York; - .
New York, Feb. 17. One of the bold
est and most ambitions ventures in mod
ern journalism will appear in this city
tomorrow morning. It is to be a new
daily morning newspaper of 12 six-column
pages, complete in every depart
ment -from the first issue of 150,000
copies, with the best available talent,
with complete arangemeut for news, the
most improved modern machinery, en
terprising ' business management and
plenty of money behind it. The New
fvwr w-v w n m aaun w kliu uv I A H ' 4m LA
absolutely independent newspaper. It
uu-(,b on a nign piau.. its conductors
announce that thev htr nn tm tn
grind, no grudges to satisfy. They say
that the daily history of the world wifl
be recorded ' without malice, descrilied
without vulgarity, and interpreted with
out offensive dogmatism. It is to be a
2-cent paper, and essentially character
istic m certain features new to daily
journalism. It promises to be a living
example of modern progress, and a
financial success from the start.
LINEAGE OF THE PUYALLUPS.
Scheme to Deprive
Their Just Dues.
Tacoma, Feb.-17. The question of the
lineage , of the Puyallups has been
brought up, and it is alleged that the
oricrinal holdcra nf t li a natAnta ioona-l V...
.the United States to the tribe were part
of Canadians tribes,-come to the country
from Canada- and were not fullblooded
1 rviarinnn T v-wJ I c- -anr) rkAAt.n. n a
AS.U1V1 tv-uu AUUiailo, ailU 111-C1 KZIKJL C HUb
titled to the patent. The story originated
from the fact that the Hudson Bay com-
f any brbught.over a number of Canadian
ndians early in the forties for the pur-
w it-n au-j CU111IV1I - Uv V i. K7J IIS
question did not get any further south
than the present, city of" Tacoma. They
settled here for a number of j-ears, then
emigrated northward, settling some
where in the neighborhood of Whatcom.
The Queen Suggested It.
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I I'llrn t.liftt Gthvii Vl;trkriu . .1 o ; .....
V - - - - ...w. au. iaillia 1 1 H
credit for the authorship of "Ivanhoe."
""i ujiu.jc5i.y uot not, oi course, pretena
that f)M wrnt;1 tlip. --..i-i 1 ... A
vjn,.w, IIL r-ut;
assert that she Bno-t-nut,l if tn Ki
Sullivan, and feels, a sort of editor-in-chief
responsiblity for its reception. This
is one reason she proposes to see it, and
will probably be accompanied dy Em
press Frederick and I'rincess Marguerite