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   Iowa State Register, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                                IOWANS SEE THE END OF AN ERA AS QUEEN VICTORIA DIES IN ENGLAND DBS MOlNgS SUNDAY REGISTER 17Q DES MOIKES WEDNESDAY LAST EDITION A M HER LONG REIGN ENDED Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India Passed Away at Tuesday Evening ii1 looked the worst the queen had one ot i due to her wonderful constitute i opened her eyes and recognised the of Wains prlncesand Em 1 William She asKcd to see one End Came Quietly t Osborne J mwntwr or the Castle in Which She Had Lived So long ROW FAMILY ffAS PRESENT j passed ini I Four o1 end o a fitful sleep lack marked the beginning of AKaln the family were sum Mas 1CBLlC WAS DEEPLY Thc Prince of Wales wan very much af when the doctors at laxi informed him that his mother hud breathed hoi William hlmiielf deeply Crovdi Arc nod tic faille tiatfi autl ihn ilHDiion Houte iu Loudou 3ICW8 IN Hired Ttivtr eB wf kaa Tlicii Quietly tu IS HEAD London Jan p A tele cram from the Prin ce of Wales to the J I dignity he was thy nm to acknowledge I From all jiaits of tin world there HTC till pouring into fowtB mcnsages ot con dolence They come from crowned heads millionaire tradesmen und paupers are variously aildressed to the Prince of Wales and the king ot England Emperor WJlJInms arrangements not Battled His yacht will arrive here today but It IB believed that he will noi depart until after the funeral Several other royal personage are likely to DC iicsenl at the function The record of tht Ian days ol the reign ot Victoria Is not easy to tell The cor respondent flf the Associated Preas was the only correspondent admitted to u borne house and hia in tenlew with Sir Arthur John private secretary la the late queen was the only o flic la I state ment that has bein given out For several wvtks UKqueen had been falling On Monday week tthc summoned Iord Roberts and asked him some very questlnna rvgardini the war In South Africa On Tuesday she went for drive out was visibly affected On lord mayor timed al Osborne p m says ibe oucen has jaasfd away The uxt of the Prince of Wales dispatch to i tie lord mayor Is as follows Upborne House Jan 2 p My be loved mother has Just passed away sur rounded ly Her children and grandchildren ALBERT EDWARD The lord mayor replica to the Frlnct of Wilet at followi Vour royal htfhncas tclogram annoimcinir muiona loss I have received with lirpfound and Brief end have com municated this most eud Intimation to ray ffliow citizens Her majestys name and memory will forever live In tha hearts ot lier people Mny I reipecifully convey to your highness and to all the members of the royal ftmily the earnest sympathy con lnlence of the city of tandon In your great nrrow u House Jan p m lltr Atftjeitr the Queen breathed her iuAt at p m surrounded by her children and grandchildren JAMES HEJD R DOUGLAS POWELL THOMAS BAKLOW TBJt S1 CAMiS lJALKfULLY lllid xbrf LlVW Quietly and tmplT Cowet of tVlght Jan Queen Victoria la dead and Edward VII reigns The greatest event In the memory of this generation the most atupendous in existing conditions that could rossibty be Imagined haa taken place iviietty almost gently upon the anni versary of the dealh of Queen Victorias father the Duke ot Kent of this career never equalled iy any woman the worlds history in a simply furnished room In Os hornc house This most reflpected of all women llvlnff or dead Jay in a great lourjioBteti bed and made shrunken ilorn whose ayed face and figure were a ninl mockery of the fair girl who In 1537 to rule over EnRland Around her were gathered almost every sbi paralytic ilroke accompanied by intense physli weakness It was her Brat illness In her SI years and she would not admit It Then her condition KTOW so serious that against her wishes the family were sum moned When Ilipy arrived her reason had partially succumbed lo paralysis and weakness Thc ofthe last few days de scribed In the bulletins are too fresh to need repetition At the lodge tales the watchers waited nervnualy Suddenly along the drive from the house came a honkman who cried The queen It diad as he dashed through the crowds Then doxvn the hillside rushed a my lad of passing the fatal bulletin from one to another Soon the surround ing country knew that a king ruled over Great Britain The loral inhabitants walked as If In a dream through the streets ot Cowcs but iliey did not henl tule to stnu to drink the health of the new monarch AltUUND TUK MANSIOX HOCSf London Jan The Rloomy faces of the crowdw Inceeyanlly approaching the bulletin board at the Mansion house Indi cated how little the public hoped to re ceive better news of the condition of the rineen Men all ages and conditions women and even Children were content lo spend H long limb In luvalilng their turn to Kct within reading distance of the board As the throne moved slowly past the notice board those who ere personally boys with notebook get there able nding and prn cd The Kiief of all waa evident und the relapse announced at S oclock was only too Kcncrally anticipated Never WITC there so many black tie in the tlly bc foie Ihe actual arrival of n time of gen eral mourning and nnboily mingling with tlie crowds could doulu for a mo ment that everybody In ttnm had a k licerdant of her line Well within view personal Interest In the condi f her dying eyes there hunt a portrait f ihe prince consort It was he who de igncd ihe louni and every part of ihe site In scarcely audible words thft vvhlte inirtd bishop of Winchester prayed be Milhti an he had often prayed with his for was her chaplain at Windsor With bowed heads the im rulnr of the German empire nnd tie man who Is now king of EnEland lit woman who has succeetlfid to the ti He of queen Ihc princes and princesses hoee of than roynl designation I to the bishops Hon Mr Balfour the first lord of the treas ury uml the children of thn Duchess o Comiiiught started for Osbmtu this af ternoon Mr Balfour it la said wtnt as the represent alive of HIP premier Lord Salisbury The summoning ut Mr Bal four and the ConnauKht ohilJivn was re Rurded as Indicating ihat the end ot nd Queen Victoria waa fast approaching The arrangements werealicady practi cally complete for meetings of the privy council and parliament the statutes pro riding that they shall awumlie imme diately on the death of a SMOKE JOHN DREWOGAR FOR SALE BY C G Barnard Druggist 1 R Hurlbut Drug Co w H Hunter Pharmacy E L Tiffany Ciganst NamurVincent Drug Co fowa Hotef Hueglc Drug Co Iowa Pharmacy GUS Rchkopf K Pannitec Mahnkc liONUKST EB1UN IN HISTORY T Vueeu Tin F 7 siiijliur J The queen was the oldest nion V arch who has occupied the Eng Hsh throne and hus reigned for J V longer period than any of her j T Tht lonjcest reigns in LiiKllah history havv been T reigned 64 years lived i w r Henry III reigned years T lived K years Kdwiird III reigned 50 years t livwt i yearn j T years lived 4 r flulueen outlived all the mem l beis f the privy council who T j were alive in 1S37 and all the T T Peers who held their titles In 1837 3T i xjcpt Karl Nrlaon who was H In thut year She lived to see the J t uf all the numbers who sat J arrcsslon to the throne She ap X IOlnted lord Un prime ministers and nt leitst rjj threp bishops to every nee ami X Iyr or Jlic to many five arch 1 blshopt of Canterbury and r X aichljiKhop1 ot Yvrk r this ffiiiiilled is gatherablp from the fact that the foreign handles Consider ably over a thousand dismiucheM weekly Alter every sluing of ihe house of com mons thigovernment lender In the house was in the habit of forwarding to the iuoen an abstract of the business done She personally attended to these precis and frequently retumd them with mar Bin11 for explanations Eiien Terry appearance at San drlngham before the tiueen 13 recalled as being the only occasion on which her majesty ever prompted an actress Mis taklnp a pause by Miss Terry for forset fulness the queen save her ihe cue very sollly As JIlsi Terry did not lake the cue the queen repeated it more loudly and the actress suppressing her merri ment accented the cue and proceeded with her part I Of pathetic interest now is the iiisrrlp lion on the lait wreatii from the oucen which wns placed on the bishop of Lon dons collin Thursday lasi It did not 0011ho own biynalurc and this Is the lirrit Instance on record of such a hap jienlnjj Jt was regarded at time by tincourl officials us a sign of serious porl Lord Clarfndnn the new lord chamberlain with Christian ot SchleswlgHolsteln and the Duke of Ar Kyll arrived at Osborne tills afternoon It is the lord chamberlain who with the archbishop of Canterbury announces to H new njonareh his accession to the The latest bulletins previous to tlie an nouucemeni of the queens death espe cially th message sent by the Prince ot Wales dispelled the last of hope the crowds silently dispersing from in few groups awaited the appearance ot ike final inevitable announcement A sirap of puper a font siiuare posted on thn wall of the Mansion house ul clock tonight gave the first notice 10 Londons homeward hurrying thousands of the death ot the emprestt nueen and the advent of It king Access to the liul litlft was diffleult iry reason the fact ttiht excavations had been made in the course of awork of Improving ihe a tree t But the of the silent KTOUP under a flickering Jt told the SORROMfifiJWPWPITAlS of Quflfc Death vtfd With Regret on he rea ty tirief of thr Erirtub People Slit Ilii Mieriimii Symji for Frederick Uerlln Jan ilijthe ncwn of thedeath of OuHtn Victoria had been hourly pec ted In UtrHn on Us arrival ape vial of the newspapers sold like wildfire the tnnduncemeiil Iiciny read yileiil andrespeilfut Hyiniutliy The rnrt thai Empress Augusta victoria started today for tt be tuur JJovvftgcr Krederkl uddetl to the sart circumBtonces of ihf yciashin ThtGfrmm nation fully shares In the fflinRS or tinBritish people toward the venerable and Illustrious sutvrtlen nhu has just hrpnthed her last Scmiomctul paragraphs In Ihc press this evening rebut th itlea vainmunly hflrt In that the Prince of Wales as the new king will lw Inclined to behostile lowjrd Germany tin the vmirnry they assert thai jut in ihifntertFtK nt Qreal Urluin ind the TtritiHh alonr A sensof jrAli liiilion ifelt hy all nerinan lieror wai piCHpnt during the last hours of Quntn Victorias life and that the lifly fcelinKK of rlllal riety whleh prompleil action have mot with full and unqualified recognition n the init nf tlio Britieh nnilnn 1 Iintntdliitely after the receipt of the news Iount Von KuKn1iiirtr thtchief court marshal ordered tho lliEs masted on all public bulldlncs Al UiouRh the of the vttx vnmewhat advanced a iiumber of hassles anil legations im ludinc Hie AinLriim did the same Srtciat nnurn inK orders 10 tlie nchlnss Die unity ihe roun and tlic public ilenai tmnts were this evening Thcswill br puii llshed tomorrow and fio Into vfttcL im mediately London Jan news of mothers death waj temlrily broKeti to Dowager Enipiess Frertirifk la Its this evcnlnp SHJJ a dispatch to lht Dally Wail fnim FMinlEfoit H it terrible vhuck but thf mpress bearinK up bravely The trials of the last few days however hmv vxerclned a mosl pnJu dicial effect upnn her licaltli which causes serious anxiety 1HE WtATHEt crn fnlr lit wexUni imrtloa o himiticrly winds be co ml ly Tliurndur tinInitial advantages KKtired The Standard expressing rejret that I the queen was not spared lo SOLjieuct re1 stored in South Afrka The end if for which strove and prayed has lo come ttnd the Is nut perhaps visI f Icinoty thai the cummon grief ol and Afrikanders iimy abate thosf racial nnlmuallltH which aland In itir way of fwr ot Iacl Heat Ion Kefcrilng the conspk Qutcn Wllholniluu nous Nuccfss of Juitn Victorias rtlgn 3ueen Wllhelmlna who much the Standard grieved Jmrntdlately diwyatchtd me Thnrc was i whin rtpubllcanlrtm uagew of condolence to the invnitMri at H srrliut vliranon lingllsh HJII tht Brltlah royal family tlay MW wlilKiMr with the moi All thpapers publlihrd sympathetic muurnhn BrtKlM he Vaderland pralslntc the dead KING EDWARD VII w by Whtch the New British bov ereign Will Be Officially In stalled in Office loyul iinlon aruutia the HIT or the suvctiittn It will IKnuld of her in thn m rials 11 our linil tlint hf surciiRtheiiet HIK ihrone by liviiitf ihe popk and ttiut slit i as it rrerit qiifii iuu1 Km moihi r vf kjnux I iKiuuiic slifwas t Kool noble and true tieurted woman It IK UnpOisthlu tliat one iiosely iiuuiid by muties or nmitral nr i modern constitutional tnnn iich Rome Jan most painful MIK IHI Precedents Made Centuri Likely to He Clvsely Followed inil I tf i tier con it 1x n In PMIAINTASSEMBL1STODAT I nrrllilp to predict that the iiiissin HI tinniN wtileli bveti wunliy of vxuiinl liutt ThtDally toria WHH Ctnprrur Jan Kinperor Franz Jotef nays that Queen who Rreatly affected to leirn that ifssnsc of condu rixn nf Victoria was religion Never It sayn illrt the departure of one aoul xurh dep of pain to many 1 action io to I lixlrr J Huhtnictm Jun first fccsMon of received with the grent1 dwir Victoria wax retardj Thc manner by in a spec nhahictntN Printers Ccatrire the tliltnes in former Empress UKonie at Farnburough is occupied a I mo rixiilii invMdttit Mr of PhllnttfiiiiiLi wlio is i rt today In the rreoerUA ow about house Men AsNitcliilion thtbuun roiiliiilnns vniiRress lo the HfirJculiural i in And Privy Council Will Draw 1 r rue mn HI ion UccUriilt Xcw BE TUBLICLY Variuna offlurn of iba Koyit tonit Ihrir Several FaucifuHB TI1K KIVU MAY 11VC IX ttXDO3t IS MOUItNlNU ent ot LONDON tTMi com London Jan the morning pa pprs aiuear in heavy mourning liordtri with edltoiialti rulntlsuc ot thu dea ouein and the events ana rhuraiterintits yt her nign tV political ax to tlie future a made The Dally Jlall says vc cant but list iliiijueen ivi ted t boomed pptonert note nf the bljr bPlI of ulsn cathedral nnd the bells or the city churches reechoing the news Mr Balfours messapc announcing the ueens death says her majesty died peacefully the theaters and plares of enler ncnt li is announced will uv closed Indefinitely There Is litlto doubt that the funeral of uffti Victoria wIH lake place at Fnv rt Vprnlnlv more lore though nothinK In regard to thla I successor inttor has yet Iieen announred J rt ims hiLsbcenMibjerld H by lier l of w Iho The Diiily Telegraph iiublishfs two ed oriiMp under the The Queen mi The King In the Kilter it mself tnrouKh majesty waa so closely related to the Huropean courts thai the paihtrinn of royally at the obsequies will be un reredenled The mws of the queens dealh reached all the towns in the Kingdom a few min utes jiiter it had bien received by the lord mayor of London and was iuickly tread throughout tht country districts by the UJlling of btlls Prinro and Princess Louise of Batlen borg airlvcd il Osbnrne Just loo lale lo her majesty alive IMt linment ii is expected will meet at the burde with all Ih his iniprrla Invalualikcsperienco which painstaking of ld seeurthim durlnj the llfitime ust mother So have to his Olreci irttronagi harity and every benehrinl y of which Jiiitlnurt himself Thi rivy c lock I thi e belief In Tjomlon thai the which KliiK Kdward VJI ith of vili IK il his majesty will Unt for London without delay This evening there worn fexy visible Igns in London that anythingunusual iid happened A drizzling rain kept nost pcopkwithin doors Those who iore turned away from the theaters or niislc halls wanilered atone thn Htreeis n he west end without special object No urge crowds anywhere The shops dosed as soon as the bella luean to toll and HIP blinds of the Man sion house werf drawn down as snmi is rmlveil by the lord mayor The fll which was tolled at St Pauls cjuho lal wns th Kifl of William 111 and Is Kfd only on occasions of the death ot uyul iiersonagos archbishops of Canter bury lord miiyniK of London nnd liish ips uf London Tht tolling continued for hours today al Intervals of a mln itc nnd could be heard for miles in ihe ilimlion of tinwind Some hundrptl1 of ncojile stood In front if the cathrdral aniuntl the snot Queen Victoria prayed on tho sixtieth oC lier accession to the throne iuat dinner of tho Hilary term of Urtiys Inn the master teacher said Amid HIIITOUwe must follow Hitprac T the constitution and recite God Save the Thechapel bell tolled eightytwo times and the benchtra drunk the heallh of the king late hour this cvnnlnjr It wan not known whether the would return to nndnn before but It won ex nutcd that he would hold a privy coun II HI St JflineB early tomorrow WednisJay mornlnt Berlin Jan 22 p corrf ipondent the Asxtxluted Pi ess hero learna Irum an omcial source thai Queen Victoria rtcoRnlzed Kmpcror wntlsttn hen laltiT went to hr bpdsiile VM tprdny by iclvinif a slcn of Joy Sh wat unable to convenie with him U is imi mown lifie how liini Hie tmpurOr will nay hi Kneltnd There la no plensurc In liftIf you drcsrt Kolng to tne labm lu vat and mni rest t night on ucuunt oi inm j ot Itoonvllte Ind IUJH ho suf tho Uie Ot Kndnl Dyspepsia Cure nnrt artl Now 1 can enl anything 1 Ilka till 1 want and nletp roundly every niRht Kodol Dyipepila Cure will dl oil what you ant eonaM Dordrr the olde ncv III olcbmlnl thi m t birth 11 Kt U iioiticntmrK CkTmany and came to Qtiln v I HP IH on of the irw who Imvn f IIMIP Iltlt you In urn i NipOlNlt I ln forget uchsafed st daily arks that Pr The Dally Chronicle rftm idcnt McKlnley was slightly premature in sending a communication lf tils majesty the king inasmuch us ihe Prince of Wales has not yet been oro clalmed by the privy council The contldcnee inspired by her per sonal character sitys the Times ena bled Queen Victoria on many limes to use her intimate knowledge with effect In smoothing the rugged places of tinnal relations or In modifying which through sheer Inadetiuucy or in rormntion would have led to undesirable friction We have also to thank the iueen for Influence of the most potent kind cons Intently and vigorously used to nrce progressive Ideals ot social nnd sonal virtues of religious faith and of Chriftian life Referring tu Intpl Icctucil upheaval and the cntrmoun sorltil il economic progress which chnracttr d the Victorian era the Times ex KBec regret thftt the impetus has to lie extent spent llnelf At the close of Victorias reign continues the Times llnd somewhat less secure How Old She Looks Poor clothes cannot make you look old Even pale cheeks wont do it One thing does it and never fails It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair Ayers Hair Vigor perma nently postpones the telltale signs of age It brings back the color of youth At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen It thickens the hair also and it from falling out OtHtiUrtbottli lly 10 In txlin own it the UcUMiM thtr or h ul foreign ur Linulll thr Jtrtliuu am tivat Uiliain M Iiiuil ot Hillrhih tnUny i Jotirnal retVi lelii in Vino thn in iiKltn ot of theli lfi action tjy vldlns o il and I a rclia iiich plac ItOf tllO III ll railiiu exuiniiuuion taken on a ho Chicago Hoard tlie itppoititment of idis of whcnt ird winter wheat le s as maitie found i ileCir Kinc lord chamberlain at Si Jamts palace he remembrancer al the Guild Hall nd at the college of heralds the were busy today even before the dcathi of the queen announced preparing hich wilt attend proclaiming of a new ruler ot the United Kingdom and India All the ancient zettea court corUHera of 1S3T had taken from the libraries tha Ihe oillfarize themfelvea pageantry whereby a noverclcn is proclaimed Thc ciiy remembrancer said today It will depend or the pleasure ut monarch io tlccidc how far ibc undent cui toms will be mo i tilted to tun modent are to tirrnly adnerud LO us tlngUnd It may be muklliuied that thall lolluw clOMtj1 on th cu whlcti prevailed whcn ttw queen KcccnUcit tht throne Thc privy Council which is a very Uritc body wtllmcct m procfitmAtltR Jcilwrmc Bll ntlo Detroit Jan C Blackburn food Ohio Jiddrcased the Na iotiiil of Hvtail ay tli Mason jiurfund bill now cndinB in conitiws He declared the bill wits dialled mthe of manu utlirers bnkiiiK and said It ffnnlift nv rvteciion to the jriwcr in andlinK hiiWntixnvlers if hey sold ieh aniils unKi thf cuarunter of Hie lannfiiriuier they bprosecuted nder diffnnt rare fond Hiws Nitinniil Orsuil7r A Stevens of St Liiui ivnd liis iepnrt to the rnnven tion and RCiurnl ot nunns erelsn Uuilni her from Tinprincipal business disposed nf at IP afternoon arsslon was thf adoption ot several amentlminta to thiconstitution the most importanl being one which pro I lilblis ct trade publications from lultliiiK thofllte of general pteretnry Th fiiinniittee on resolutions reported ot i whieh iniKhi be passed hy nllicil lo severil of the reifcntnc sovJ whlih would afford imper protection to us or Kuropc I trade This commtnee also imported Cunlolx Her aclion may bo the national ned uiiln ai tiritff llitle author h arMnBimtnis with Jobbers to pre vont the fnm mn onition ttie word of whkh will bn j lo iiuiividual members we the K most orJinury i tu In year ililes more Ihnii rvrlui rors llowlne r il other ill he ho m the iaU t to the t Hy the e tarms tl ollclala the colleg but Itli Js not yet xldnniilcn will collree nnd he tro tlad in t will f luirf eed to Train the klnnaiarms will hint command ilenre uml rejil the proflanmtlon ITo tedlns itown Hie Strand to Temple Oar ik ult will again be to demand an en into hf city to proclaim lie klnc here hf lort miiyor herirts in theit laie cnirlaxi will form Kfiat procot inn and wlicn the carl marshals party HUM juU within the city boundary or TUK yal f ill lliti specta i UUL aised from nrlil to KiiKlimd tu hft I si His I of tlio j vrt Prince of 1 wounded nor any wld ttcRleit ot iiiilknis nor indirfor suffering In no other vampnii sick iinl wnundcd been so well vaiv ni The commissioners tnentl nnpnintment of a com illine the Mepa lo mVtlUHlltfcd offlceri the nrflcjil or i IkV or oiilnlon io Urlliilti HP I vorwa underliiko amltnry duties to thf em wrevent otdfrliii yilfcrinc stimulants itrc mfimlcii ihe KHK rrlKn of tlin and thtvmforts of unl io re The n iAilnilMl ISIOHS tt rluuiK t Llise Ciiiiiinion Imi bulletin Issued nt 8 Verdis condillim todny U I than yvHUnlay it M 5 Olln of the JJin When tlcitth icncliyil OiUiMithe secre lurv of slatiIssued a iiryclumallon con tinuing In oniic ull who held under the crown This la merely inrmnl All public buliaiiiRd In ihe Dominion nt et placed Ihe union Jack at halfmint Hutch fourt III Mourn The Jan The Dutch tiiein irlnteil thu news of thdeath of ning burdtirF Abuktln that WIIH rtntl it s ish Up I Hint hour there had been no mudUlcatlunjrtjhe iamlyslK lUttrr i tonRretsninn NV vltie uf Nelraskii Is reported Irelter Hlu teinppiiiiuiiwas normul today tor the first time I several wivkn Thorn p MI for ill R t c that Hir urnliiK II In will bnn chaiiKIn d wt trill 1 WUdtfMtMlt Tb ttals1 No Scheme Godds Here No pictures with this cigar No pocket knives with this cigar No mufflers or neckties with this cigar Xo trick purses with this cigar No horse and buggy with this cigar Nor automobiles We give you the Made by the best labor the union Col J J ASTOR CIGAR Smoke Oat Today ijondoQ 1aopU llop Kluf EdTtard Will KueKinKImm London Jan tllence reigned tonight In thr vicinity ot Buckingham palace nnd Marlborougt bouse A small bill signed Balfour was postal outside announcing the Everywhere tonirht the one topic oC conventiukm was what would happen under the new reign Much Interest waft evinced in tho way In which the enor mous fortune of the Uad Quetn woultt thr penpial notion belbC ilmt ttpbornriouse would KO to Prlnrcaa unit thai she and Princess irnuW enter iinn a blDorliuii of Victorias wealth Tinprouablliiy that King Cdward wilt tikf up u residence in Buckingham pal ace was much Ulscuiised This is a ques tioners Queen Yirtorlas preference for1 Ha I morn I castle Osborne house has been a complaint or loiifc ID nieiroiKillfc nml it 1s hoped that the reign will sw a cliHnne in thla reswcU Tht1 of ibo court in London Would give a brigluinsa and gaiety which have lour been ubivnt Not uml QUIMI Victoria has been ltft o rest bslile tinprince consurt imtrt will the llicatfi5 or music hills it will come to iw nuslc In all hoiMs public places has erased rcsoiis were rmpty and few of the nightly were In evi dence The St Janus Princes and olhf r prottilnefit revtautvtittf have alreadr carded alt coldts for Poinbie bliick Americans who hiive great nuikinnl cnlnmltlCH may recall tho nepedrnpMl bullillnKs but they can 111 concelve Flnce the death of Lincoln such f hus fallen un thtLnlied Kingdom MmIborougrt house no IvnR the hornof the new raon Hidi UuckltiRhjm palace where Queen nuiilhr iist atav in London lind Ihc St Janv3 palnce the residence of many formrr mominhs were all black din deRtrliiI In btnck cHts keep silent vlall before the cloert trtitfs and doors The Douulotlon iherefire Muwly dispersed OS the nllht Shortly nilrttileht nn official an tiuuncrmtiit nas issued calling ptrlta ment ti ill ocloek Uednesiliiy ufttrnoon lo cnahlc bfrn of lonls house of iommfins o tiikr the ontlt of io KhiK Edward VII the country trvcho thf depp oC sorrow pei vndlnu nit thnt evervuleitrlH tiNVv Mvn tollwl jnd initill lord nt i Mlli s f irl tutlogan itn from td he will rr tt a tnettlnr t tu pixifiiini turn IITI ot the Irl llfw Kltlff The privy council mfct In London and he iiroclftmatlon of the klnr ivltl occur thitvitter at nil rbicea rf nuked by oiclm The hint win come Telefcrarnij hnvc dlituiched to All firfit to it tivjay A order hern linuetl by Ihn war office dlneonilnuttijc all tad   

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