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   Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1885, Syracuse, New York                             EVENING HERALD. EDITION EDITION VOL 0. NO. 2 EVENING, JULY 23, TIR'BSDAY .WKACTSF -N. -.'.-a sxa i j traefc to avff Kam- I tw Maund taaftia r s tin t Uxnon Sseii aa'l fiW.'srj ;..r r Familv and f T A Mrs. iS said in UtTu and iiiS CAREER PICTL'RED oW-l: -iiiJ LVJ. r'ff! Crust istut U r iSa-nl's room auJ cailtd uim. Cau-ivls wi-re aj pHr-1 to ii-x-k and lai-S: to relivva paiu-S and by'-oiit-nnic ifcj.-ctioiia were ala-j   <.-v--, but w-u'J sxja This oc-   a place as to permit of the burial of Mrs. Grant by his side. A oca! undertaker will have charce ol the immediate details of tbe funeral until the remains have been shipped to New York. Jlis. Grant said this afternoon that she will try and have her husband's request fulfilled by keeping his remains on the mountain for ten days at least. It may be :hat they will be kept there longer. They will be "placed on ico for that length of time, and if they are to be kept longer a temporary mausoleum will be DuilL on the mountain! and in they will be removed to the Home, Washing- ton. or Central park. "Sew Torfe. WASHIXGTOX, July 23. General Bur dette, commander of the Grand Army of the Bepublic. wants Grant's funeral to take place here. He will -jo to Sew Tork and try to make arrangements. Already a monument fund has bsen started. It is proposed to erect a monument as high as ihni erected in memory of Washinton. It is generally believed that tbe interment will take place here at ArUnjrton. toe National Soldiers' Home, or in the White lot, south of the Esecndve Mansion. It is repotted that General Grant several times expressed a desire to be bnrieJ ia Wash- ngton. A representative of the United Press in an interview with General Grant's brother- in-law, F. T. Dene, was informed that, when General Grant dictated .That bis son should decide upon bis place of burial, he mentioned Washington and West Point The Colonel did not know of a third place having been mentioned. Colonel Dent said that the family disliked to discuss the sub ject and until Colonel "Fred" shall have decided tlie questioUj it cannot be predicted where tbe last rtsticg place will be. He added that when tbe matter was being dis- cussed with, his son, the General opposed the selection of Washington, unless it could be so that at her death, Mrs. Grant could be placed bseidehiax After the Cabinet meeting to-day Presi- dent Cleveland issued an executive order closing all the executive departments at P. 11., out of respect to the memory ol General Grant. He cJso directed Adju- tant General Drum to proceed at once to 3It McGregor as the personal representa- tive of toe President and to confer with Mrs. Grant and CoL Fred Grant con- ceminc the military honors to be esteEidcc to the deceased Genera L ROC-HESTSE, July The Stein Mann- fnctunag company of this city has re- ceived an order xroso Stephen Merritt- un- dertaker of New "5Torfc city, for one ol their cloth-covered coffins with copper metallic cnvo inside for General Grant's remains. JC-srvF YOBJC, July 23. General Grant a wish, it is said, to bi buried in THE Hero Hnurs on i-In JilGHT. nis Closl-ic jTcGKEGOP, At Ere min- utes 1 o'clock uf Ceruoon eral Groat aikod ths hour of the day. ___ "Oje o'clock." spoke oaa of those mar the tiore and until G'.acml. Soon afterward ti? cottags clock only a of the was na- twelvo strokes, oad tha Ganeral Bis eyclyjl s to tnkii on a set expression, wtiilo t'ie gradually be- to An expression o counted Then ha wrolx; on his pad that he observed tbe clock was wronr, and _________________ _____ __ indicated a ceeire to have it struck to th3 stele his faw, sn j with j rtbt hour, which was and the inci- two or tiiree deep-drawn General away, a> qr.iniy ano" as sweetly cs though hciuid fal'ca to Xha fsmi'v, wiioiiatl besa EitiiDR qnieiiy, now arew closer to tiic bai an3 lisfcued brestiiHssly for some fortaer sirn life, but noae CCKUX Doctor Douglas' wns first to bratk In a h.ilf broken be sain, just loud to be besri. bis have at last- ''Otn-? to au end- It- is that uent passed as one more of th? remarkable of the G Demi's latter s From -1 o'cloct until 6 last evening tiere was co material chacga in the General': coildition from that of the G P. M. thw three occordsng to an ma-Ie at 4 o'clock, met in the room. They were vhers for about minutes, when they departed. minnifs ha'l elapsal an'l ail over now." Ths j were sumtaoned to the cottagi Tho the GeaerJ bad i General at Uiis time was growing weaker away scerael to dawn on rs OL tlio fnroiiy, an.-! they ex- sdr.-o-s-fui Rla pawl thsmsrlv-s bet! and Jbcir to i.Is-3 fore'icfld o'tbf, dcTxirted atnl left tha ronra. tiic jasK- alarm felt lest lis should tho doctors did coall not ba As they j lesrnel but Jhoy soon reappeared on the porch ot tiic sotiase. Year correspondent Docior fclirady oa fa's way to tha ho- lei ii-aracd from bra that tbe ons of the parks of this city, preferably Central park. A meeting' of the Board of Aldermen has been called for this afternoon, when it is understood t -Mayor Grace will supcest that a spot b-, cffered in Riverside Pare. There are sev- eral points for n fine monument- in this park, risible from tie Hudson river, ana the spot would be one that conld be saen by every pus-sing vessel and possets a hlstor; for all time. TDSIVESSAr. SOTSKOW. ('ran; was ru-sir'ni hypoasnaic. of c.f f be bed of hr-r da-d and was fcra-irty wtry thirty tniantes, and that th- end was than a few away. Sbortiy after 7 o'clock thsGeaeral had a inra for tho worsx aud tie fr.inily irattcrcd nrov.nd him Doctor Sew- coiisca is now leci g. nttr froia Uie Mrs. Grant several stroiud fsce, fcrc-hesd and of her rijlnc hiKbisd. Doctor scvfra! times felt tie rake of tic wbo tvns l qui-niy jcssir% away, but hr.d j en" uothinscan a-Jita en dwii.nied to a j She northwest porch. grew more and At P. M. Doctor Donffl-i-S Ci-ae to more The Iocs r- uopss-a an.1 in rno-zx. He Tefn-si Ri'iioiKhat oi? brsathia? seemed j to say as to the Genera-'s cp-wi- inbirrf., it, grsdanlly weaker snd Booor taa-i with eSToi-t Toward the end. as if by Mrs. Grant fcer seat besife the fleathbHl FCiz--jg both of t'.ic them, and. "1 kispfd hiia fi-rvcatly on ta At Uiis a few convofclre sote xrore Ucaru from the (Jirteti'Ot! cf xvhjro U. F. Grant, jr.. stood, but three were qn'csiv and a sokran stillness tha room. nr.tr GKArcr DIED. Orftpliic Tictnrc of Hie Teatli- Sctn-% Jnly S3.-Another ac- count- of tire death of Grant says: Gan. U. S.'Grnnt died this morning at o'clock. He had been growing weaker upon Uic ra'.ijnt At P. M. General Grant was in a remi-nncouscious condition. Hi- pake was 120. Keat limes half opened and dosed his eyes. At P. M, there a slight moveiaeiit in the Gaaeral's which soon erased, aad learned that tie General ha.'i awakened on J, after ssffla- to the members of tfce farsily grouped about hrtrt, had again closed bis eyes to fall into a quiet dcZ3. Shortly after 11 o'clock Doctor DoagJasD and Doctor Newman eataecntcntfcc jwreh and conversed tor a kw mo-.nsnts. They re entered the house and soon afterward Mrs. Fred Grant and Mrs. Saitoria came out and remained a few moments. After a short sleep the General awoke at jntdulght He TTM ashed If the News of Grant's TCeaLth in the Cities of the Land. July 33. news General Grant's death receives in this cirj by tne United Press a few minutes after S o'clock was immediately transmitted to the President and reached him as he was gOCTS to breakfast. Ho returned to his li brary ood dictated a despatch of condolence to Mrs. Grant He then despatched mcssen gcrs to his Cabinet, requesting them to mec at 11 o'clock to units with him in the action to b5 Taken. Although fully the au nounctment of General Grant's death wj a shock to the people of the nationa cspitaL It is received like the death o one in all families here, where ever res- ident claimed n personal aapMtntanoe with the old hero and eacn loved to d him honor. He worJs Grant is were honied throagh the city ca breath, and sorroT-r, deep and sincere, is depicted Ia every countenance. Bulletins were iinme-fiately posted at all iniblk: piaces. and wjihin ao liocr the sad came ail foar daily of (jraat to-day: of a-lid to liUiiiy tr-ouit U S. (itant tb--ir by ir-r: fl r of r. uowced Of :LS btst fr-.-u-la. Lcrotj d one i ill'. j wrviat- a.1 or-ls ty t C-- .ur of i if Gcuc-ra! Grant's death a sl jver Uw whole ci'-7. every public buiWin? ac-J every church of genuine and sorrow are tvery- here to b  tiie Pension ia the jl-ijor Poole appeared deeply grieved at the Geupzai's death ana siid that he remembered iua) in the army. He recalled the fact of Grant's visit hrre during the campaign of 1SSO, when he was tne enest of H. K. White, t ibs IntemaJ Sevtcue office word Or-1." This. Colmel sai-3. was a fair ys cfc.-iractsniyi Geceral Grant ia his duties. HOE5E TKAOF- A Keco'lectioa Incident. tne taauy cp to-day by the death of General Grant was a Iitrte incident told iiis forenoon by a veteran who served as a Coloael under aim at Ciry Point ia !S5i "I had just re- tnrae-f on? Hionjiic- fjxi-s the front, whera we bad eccased ia recoverins a lina which hflrf been takeu bv the ha __, said. "One horse bad KPE shot under belonzmcOT.iaj. me, ar.d tie cce I ro-ia I end caught rtra- CoL O. P. Clark. Adjatant-GeTirrai of nias 03 the After iatr-bitis the G. A. la the State, was in-own this j before tie General's teat, I fnterrd to and when he was informed of the J report otir to tha proper aer.th of Grant te at occc i oii-cer, an-1. on orders to his beadquartars at Uiica to the patient to tbe Dre-cel cottz-ye at 311. HcGresjor. Dcrinf tha sae- ceediap weeks General Great owapkd ,._ If as Be had leisure -with the comple- tli. tioo of iiis and on tie afternocm of j O: Jane IG.h. with the members of his hocse- ho'd, Ls oliiitwl at !be Drc-iel cottaje. There liis condition until the last two or three days was comparatively altbouj-h ho had little strength aod his dis- ease continued its worfc of dsatb. drape the The President's July Tbe following tclegrai21 tvss scat enrly thi? TCOTT.I-J" jinxcios, D. C., July C3 i JTrs. U. S. Grant 3K. 3Tc67rceor, JT. this of ray hrarifelt smiTOtliyln this hour of your irreatcfaro tion. Th" pcor-I" of the nation with vou ar.d tcmiW rccch if they ccuM with kindly coir.fon tiie cepiha of the yoars alone, and which tis pity of God can bci.i GKOVEB CLEVELAND. General S-jiper will decorate tha Ccri-jty Clerk's ofSce, cat did cot aispl-.y ais Haj amona fie first becaTiss there is no staff on is were nyinj: from the condcj-a Ctcnty Savings fcaildiug very af ier the news catne. The first tcoamii-r; drapery observed thi? n-ornin-r WES that in froat of mii- srors in East streer. Before 10 o'clock drapers were fesy -sa many of tie business piices of Sali- ca street Dev Brrthars's store was ratsd froia top to bottom with leas streamei-s of Hncfe ana white- Goveraor Hill's AlBAST, JuTy Governor this morning, in addition to his proclaroation, sect tb? of i to tfce Grant fatnily at- ML McGregor: Co'. Fred GrzrA -J7. :3tGregsT, vT. r By I the deep porrow whteh the pw.irft: this State feel m tbe desth of General Grant- 1 would a-Jd my personal condolence and sympsthy to ail ois family in the hour of their irn-Rt bereavo- mt-nt. DA V il) Kind tic SootTi. drapery in profusion was placed over the frc-nt of Miltoa S. Price's store. As soon as beirf of nnd ail of the fire engine faocses in monraips, and prepared toe foregoing pioctamation: At the stores of D. Coai- men were at wcrfc at 9 o'clock insthe nn'cincs in biw-fc. Senator Mc- Carthvsiid: "lhad notbinc lot tioa for General Grant curia-r his life: I have sincere regret for bis aer.th. JTothin? that I cwald say wotrtd ia any wr.y add to Jus reputation as a scHitr, as Proficient, Tbe l3T-reb of battle Jnly 2a-Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee of Virginia has scut a teles-ram Mrs. Grant in which he says: "As the sen of Gca. Robert E. Lee, I send my most profound symratfcT- The whole Soot-1 mourns the nation's Geseral fehel- ley rf Fourth Auditor of tba Treasury, formerly in the Confederate armv. aifo teJe-rraphs his condolence, er- prwsine the belief that all ex-Confederates wfil monrn the death of America's great- est soldier and statesman. or es be won on the trere sibly C5rnrf. As wise, honest and cautious. His education was of the trad to roalre strong as tfce first citizen in tie lss.5. and probaiuy no man will ever be more beloved by tbe peo- p4e than was General Gr.mt. I knew him wei! wtien I was in Congress. Hi-, death is a sad blow to tie Ths grkf cf ths fstnily is tbe nation's smsf. I finary believe teat hsd it not Toeen for the of Grant Ward he would have been alive to-dav. He had buflt his family op, epd was readv to settle down in his old age acd enjoy the I wis somewhat Eurprised to Sad Grant waikisc slowly aroand my horse borse has zsany pijnts." said rhe wiio was stnokinsf a cisar as he loozed over the aT-imaL He then proposed to trade his for mra? as thtm-jh ha was sot at the PC tie in: In Snrrotindinc Country. From all tie in the jjsTish come rtpc-rts tbat the ae-t-s o! Gen- eral Grant's death receive.! wiih tba deepest of and as tha to-liag bflte snaorjuce-.t tLat all was over tbe gathered at the oSces, eflr-erlv the report.' oi thd denthiceae. The eailyirtra editio-'s of the HEJU.IO were in great demand at all aud :c many tiie supply was csbaosled ia a few minutes. JIAHDI DEAD. The EritisTi GoveraieEnr. Confirms tha Kaxnor. LOTnxiiS1. JnTv has received of death of TJ MahdL He died of on June resi ne deserrod. And then, when all seemed bright, cans the crash that in a single day sweat awav hunlreds of thou- sands of doiJanC It was a cruel blow, and I am convinced tbat General Grant wisj as much Knrpriaed as anyone when it felln Police Conrt Clerfe Minard is a veteran aaA of ihe rebellion. "AH tSait can be said of j her Grant as a he. "has toM ever and over again. Tbe greatest McCarthy's On Ju3y Uoderfaier John JlcCar- thy was tried in the Police oa tte cbarse of vkilatisg a city crdimnce by the pubVc eshibition of a corpse at his underground raoreofr in Market, street. The jary were unable to oa a ver- dict came before Justice 3Jnl- Doilacd again this afternoon. Sine Says TVfcat Most People TtinJc. LoaisfSk Commercial. TSej-e is a certa-ri spoiled child of onr ac- quaintance wno reflects sadly on her parents by Asniayinjr conceit that must be heredi- tary. The child has been carefully Instruct- lying, and has been told whotopray ..her nurse Is Included. So she ...tic armsand prays that "Sally may al-" Grant as a he. "has i live in (rood family wbtre there'! a Into sirl ItS-s me." f   

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